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About the Movie
Gopal is a young man living in Goa with his mother Geeta and younger brother Laxman. He is an innocent psycho who loves his mother a lot and fumes over petty issues. A little finicky about certain things, Gopal keeps trying different business skills with his brother Laxman and best friend Daboo, but they hardly succeed. Highly unsuccessful in all his ventures, Gopal cannot resist the sight of anyone’s ‘finger’ and has broken a number of them in the past. Daboo is a young good-looking tomboyish girl residing in Goa. She has a pet dog named ‘Facebook’. Gopal and Laxman are Daboo’s best friends. Daboo stays in Goa with her elder sister Chintu. She had lost her parents in her childhood. Innocent at heart, she loves accepting new challenges and beating the hell out of baddies. Daboo believes in living life to the fullest! Madhav stays with his father Pritam and two brothers Lucky and Laxman. An expert in conning people, Madhav earns his livelihood through crediting money from various sources. Lucky is Pritam’s son. He has two brothers, Madhav and Laxman. He can only express his feelings through sign language and the famous A – O – A – O lingo that he has. Lucky is very innocent at heart and is loved by all. Laxman is Gopal’s brother and Geeta’s son. He has a stammering problem and takes a very long time in expressing his views and opinions. Laxman is involved in all the unsuccessful business ventures with his brother Gopal and best friend Daboo. Laxman stays with his brothers Madhav and Lucky and father Pritam. He earns his livelihood through cheating people along with his brothers Madhav and Lucky. He is extremely awful with his stupid ‘witty lines’ and makes sure he uses them in every situation possible. Pritam is a school bus driver taking care of his 3 useless children—Madhav, Lucky and Laxman. He’s a simple man living a simple life. Geeta is mother of two, Geeta is a housewife taking care of her beloved children Gopal and Laxman. She is very fond of Daboo, her neighbor and is a very family oriented female. Puppy Bhai is Goa’s mafia with a short-term memory problem. He carries a 70’s look along with his Henchmen Daga and Teja. He changes his personality every other moment and unknowingly puts his goons in danger. Daaga is one of Puppy Bhai’s henchmen. He hilariously uses all the wrong spellings possible in his conversation. Teja is one of Puppy Bhai’s henchmen, he is short tempered and thinks of killing his boss Puppy Bhai whenever he sees him losing his memory. Vasooli is in love with Chintu. He provides a loan to Gopal and gang for their different business ideas, getting nothing in return. Chintu is Daboo’s elder sister. She works in the shack and has a fishery business. Apparently, Chintu is Vasooli’s love interest. Inspector Dhande, an inspector in Goa, falls prey to Vasooli’s abuses. He’s always dragged into the wrong situations for no reason. Havaldar Gandhari is a constable. He is always present with Inspector Dhande. He has no account of what he speaks. Straightforward and witty, that’s Gandhari! Synopsis: India’s first ever trilogy, Golmaal 3 highlights the story of hatred between two bunch of siblings within a family. One of nature’s masterpieces, this is a family that eats together, prays together, lives together and a family ‘that can’t stand each other’. This quirky unique family will certainly deliver you with some rib tickling moments, ageless romance and some heartwarming scenes. Golmaal 3 is a beautiful journey full of madness, love and excitement. It is a film with the perfect blend of every emotion that will set in your heart with thrice the fun, thrice the magic, and thrice the laughter. Golmaal 3 it is!
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 6
- Fresh: 3
- Rotten: 3
- Average Rating: 5.3/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: All the thesps have fun, and Kapoor can barely keep a straight face... stunts have a homegrown look but still provide thrills.
Fresh: This is, essentially a broad appeal, 'comedy for everyone', but what's intriguing about it, is the way Shetty and co. have fashioned a moral about the importance of family harmony, and the need to belong.