Fun to watch another Golmaal series with Golmaal gang. Probably, the best amongst all the Golmaal series for many reasons- Ajay Devgan as Gopal, Arshad Warsi as Madhav, Kunal Khemu as Laxman, Tusshar Kapoor as Lucky, Shreyas Talpade as Laxman Prasad, Tabu as Ana Mathew the Librarian, Pareeniti Chopra as Khushi are all the stars of "GOLMAAL GALAXY". The plot of the film revolves around five best buddies who are orphans and were separated in the orphanage. All of them return to the orphanage after 25 years and are unaware that the place is haunted by a ghost. So is the ghost seeking revenge or justice through the separated childhood buddies is all that Rohit Shetty has to offer with a comical twist.
Tabu as Ana Mathew also play one of the members of the orphanage. Since childhood, she has the powers to see the spirits. She helps the spirits to complete their incomplete desires and liberate the souls. Similarly, she helps Khushi to do the same with the help of Golmaal gang. Tabu and Ajay Devgan's return after Dhrishyam movie is remarkable. Prakash Raj as a supporting comedian villain was good. Same goes for Neil Nitin Mukesh, he had a small role to play as a villain, which he played well. All time favorite comedian Johnny Lever as Pappi Bhai was fun to watch. Although Mukesh Tiwari as Vasooli Bhai this time did not have much screen-space to entertain. Sanjay Mishra as Babli Bhai and Vrajesh Hirjre as Pappu were good enough to entertain the audience. Audience must have surely missed Ashwini Kalsekar in this series for sure, as she did not have much to entertain this time.
Now the 'Cherry on the cake' was Nana Patekar. His cameo and his presence on screen was a whistling moment for the audience. Nana's voice plays an important role in the movie. Most surprising and breath-taking moment was Lucky seen talking in this film. The audience really enjoyed Lucky talking when ghost enters his body. So overall, the movie was superb with fairytale location in Ooty. Though Goa was missed this time, however, people still enjoyed the beautiful and exotic location of Ooty. Art direction Madhur Madhavan kept it as usual and loud with the imported car bashing in the background. Dialogues and punches were more and better this time and were written by Farhad Sajid and director Rohit Shetty himself.
The music was awesome and engaging with quite loud bright colours distorting the background. The Nostalgic Golmaal title track in the beginning of the movie bought goosebumps and made the audience more excited to watch the movie further. The title track of 1997 movie 'Ishq' Neend Churaai Meri was re-created and it reminded us of Ajay Devgan and Kajol as the most beautiful and romantic couple. Finally, a crowd-pleasing hilarious comedy by the Golmaal team. A movie to watch with the entire family!!!