Come Diwali, and director Rohit Shetty would be back with another rib-tickler – Golmaal 3, this time with “more entertainment and more comedy”.
Says Ajay Devgn, “People have liked previous two parts (Golmaal). This time it’s more entertainment and more comedy. Rohit makes clean comedies, that can be enjoyed by a 5-year-old kid as well as a 60-year-old man. Diwali is a time that you spend with your family. I think the biggest USP of the film is that it can be seen with your family.”
So if the previous two Golmaal films have worked for you, the new one claims to be bigger and better, or so claims the latest edition to the old gang, Kunal Khemu. “It’s bigger and better than the previous two. I’m new in this sequel which sets it apart from the previous 2,” he says.
So what else can we expect from the brand-new Golmaal. Well, the disco dancer Mithun Chakraborty is in the flick to explore his comic side yet again after Agneepath. Director Rohit Shetty is all praises for this Bollywood legend, “He is a great actor and a great performer. He is doing comedy after a very long time. He was last seen in Agneepath with a comic touch. His character in Golmaal is such that you will fall in love with him.”
When quizzed about the double-meaning dialogues in his films, Rohit was quick to retort that there were no such dialogues in his movies. He says, “There are no double meaning dialogues in any of my films, tell me which dialogue and which film has such a meaning.”
But what about Kareena’s favourite cuss word, m** ki aankh in Golmaal 3? “There is no double meaning attached to this dialogue,” adds Rohit. Oh well!
Rohit has a history with Ajay Devgn right from Ajay’s debut movie Phool aur Kaante where he was an assistant director. When asked if Ajay will be seen in his next as well, director says, “Yes, of course. But it’s too early to say about the film.”
So is Golmaal 4 in the offing? Replies Rohit, “If you people like it, then yes. It depends on the success of Golmaal 3. But no plans as of now.”
Rohit Shetty has a penchant for mixing action in comedy films. So does he plan to dabble into action movies like his father fight master Shetty? Says Rohit, “Definitely I will make one in future.”