After the previous hits like Heyy Babyy and Dhamaal, you have all the gang of boys with satirical comic relief. Just this time, they do it with a flair that brings back recollections of Priyadarshan’s previous thrill ride, Hera Pheri. Ek Baar Phir, the vela young men long for getting to be a winner. What’s more, what preferable route over to hitch their fortunes to a rich miss. In any case, disarray starts when there’s just a single hot girl (Tanushree) in the area and every one of the four needs to be her Prince Charming. Likewise, the girl’s on a secret mission, searching for her older sibling’s executioners, with dadaji (Om Puri) and Dadi Ji (a kushti master) close behind.
The story’s insignificant. The screenplay’s luminous. The muffles are totally silly and the exhibitions are popping. Obviously, Rajpal Yadav takes the show with his incredible horseplay (without a doubt, his best demonstration) and like a drama ace, has the other three followings in an ideal spot in this bindaas group of four carnivals. In their offer to charm the glitz young lady nearby, the foursome consistently winds up escaping for their lives, once in a while from furious biker groups, frightened family-wallahs, an irascible proprietor and even a mean Mumbai hooligan who passes by a name that echoes the record-breaking baddie Mogambo.
Unquestionably, it’s a great opportunity to crown Priyadarshan as the King of Comedy, on the off chance that he can give us such a rib-tickler with a lot of Chhota entertainers. Dhol has its moment of comic relief, however, they’re rare. Generally, you’re so dry for stimulation, you’re willing to giggle at even the bunch of droll moments this strangely entangled film offers up. What’s not clever in any case, is the uproarious, over-the-top style of conveying discoursed which appears to have turned into a trademark of Priyadarshan’s movies.
DHOL spins around the lives of four companions – Sam [Tusshar Kapoor], Pakkya [Sharman Joshi], Maru [Rajpal Yadav] and Goti [Kunal Khemu]. The folks are worthless with no inspiration. Be that as it may, they’re bound together by their kid like reputation and aimlessness.
They all need to become showbiz royalty in existence with the least endeavors conceivable. The four wish to live without anyone else’s terms, driving everybody to no place. Subsequently, everyone takes a stab at finding an easy route to progress however winds up being in a difficult situation. Things deteriorate as the four choose to take some urgent measures to end their hopelessness for the last time.
As indicated by them, the best way to get rich without buckling down is to get hitched to a rich young lady. Shockingly, to open their destinies arrives the rich young lady Kanchan [Tanushree Dutta] in their neighborhood. Every one of the four set out with their individual intends to wed Kanchan, however, wind up finding a chilling truth.
In the second half, when Dhol turns into a spine chiller of sorts, you’ve truly had enough. The movie challenges even Priyadarshan himself to endure the whole two-and-half-hour span of this film, without seeking after a power disappointment, or even a tremor – any reason truly for the film to be halted halfway. Of the considerable number of on-screen characters in this ruined chaos of a film, it’s just Rajpal Yadav who gets a couple of chuckles out of you, yet we need to state here he has such a brilliant actor who has shown his potential in every movie. Well, we can say that it is a thriller movie added by chuckles and gigs throughout the film.