'No Problem', as you can see, is a rather ironic title for a film that is offensive on so many levels. No Problem is devoid of taste, flavour and jokes. As producer Anil Kapoor ignominously submits his pride to a flatulent ape, all this film shows us is how far you need to go to make a buck in this town.
Marcos (Suniel Shetty) and his gang of thieves, Sofia (Neetu Chandra), Khokha (Ranjeet), Mukesh Tiwari, Vishwajeet Pradhan and Co. steal diamonds worth millions and are having problems with their partner in crime, the local minister. Yash Ambani (Sanjay Dutt) & Raj Ambani (Akshaye Khanna) are small time conmen who trick the bank manager of Robin Village, Zandulal (Paresh Rawal) and scoot off with the money to Durban, leaving behind their bag, which leads Zandulal to follow them in order to rid himself of suspicion, in the eyes of the Cops. In Durban, Sr. Inspector Arjun Singh (Anil Kapoor) is a cop who also happens to be the son-in-law of the local police commissioner (Shakti Kapoor), who has problems of his own. The Commissioners daughter Kajal (Sushmita Sen), suffers from Multiple Personality, Disorder, again because of her problem with Arjun's problems. One minute, she is a loving housewife and the next, she is a screaming maniac who wants to bite her husband's head off. Arjun has a assistant Kumar (Suresh Menon), whose problem is that he can neither get rid of his stupid boss, nor drill any sense into him, even when he wants to. Kajal has a sister Sanjana (Kangana Ranaut), whose problem is that she thinks she is so beautiful that she will never find a suitable boy for herself. Raj falls in love with Sanjana, wants to marry her, but not before he resolves Zandu's problem, for which Yash plans to rob the ministers house. A robbery, which leads to much bigger problems for all concerned.
Coming back after 2008's Singh is Kingg, this is yet another Anees Bazmee laugh riot, full of confusion, commotion and concoction. Though, No Entry, Welcome and Singh is Kingg were definitely much better scripted and produced, this movie despite it's weak plot, has Anees Bazmee's classic comic stamp on it. My suggestion is to just leave your brains and all "your problems" at home and definitely go see "No Problem", for some entertaining "Time-Pass" and a few hearty laughs.