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Watch out for Ajay-Arshad in 'Golmaal'
Rohit Shetty's "Golmaal - Fun Unlimited" will have Ajay Devgan making a dramatic entry straddling across two motorbikes reminiscent of his introductory scene in "Phool Aur Kaante", reports Bollywood Trade.
"The scene marks Ajay's entry in the film with a song and it is almost the same as the one in 'Phool Aur Kaante' except that we have enhanced it a bit. Besides the latter had adventurous young men speeding on bikes while this one will have 30 girls riding on Yamahas," Shetty said.
"Golmaal", according to Shetty, will have several exciting moments in its laugh-a-minute comedy and hilarious situations.
The Ajay-Arshad teaming in the film will also be something to watch out for. "The two had worked together earlier in "Hogi Pyar Ki Jeet" but this film will see them entertaining audiences to the hilt," he said.
Shetty has assisted Veeru Devgan (Ajay's father) in the making of "Phool Aur Kaante" and Ajay's introductory scene was one of his best scenes in the film.
When he broached Ajay on the issue of recreating the scene once again for his own film "Golmaal", the latter was more than excited about doing it.
"He kept asking me when we were planning to shoot it. He also wanted to perfect it and achieve it in one go. We blocked an entire road in Thailand for the shoot and shot it in one hour in one go. The results were overwhelming.
"Of course the scene in 'Phool Aur Kaante' had its own distinct spell because it was directed by boss and mentor, Veeru Devgan," Shetty recalled.
Sharman Joshi looking forward to 'Golmaal'
By Swati R. Chaudhary,
Mumbai, June 12 (IANS) Best known for his commendable performance as Sukhi in "Rang De Basanti", Sharman Joshi's performance in the upcoming film "Golmaal" is already making news.
Sharman is known to add lustre to the comedy genre, reported Bollywood Trade.
"It is a very interesting plot with an equally appealing star cast. There's Ajay Devgan, Arshad Warsi, Paresh Rawal and Tusshar Kapoor. We are like four good-for-nothing guys with no place to stay. There is an old blind couple played by Paresh and Sushmita Mukherjee who are eagerly awaiting their grandson's arrival from the US.
"Here's when we four plunge in and make the most of the situation. We get into the house and a whole lot of commotion and chaos follows," said Sharman.
"Paresh and Sushmita have never seen their grandson, except once when he was born and their eyesight was fairly okay. So it's about how we all cash in on the situation."
Sharman had a ball shooting with an effervescent star cast.
"We all had a great time shooting for the film. It was a wonderful experience. We worked hard and partied harder. The entire unit was truly young and lively."
Looks like the audience is assured of yet another rib-tickling