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Kishen is a newspaper baron married to Kaajal, a housewife who suspects her husband of having numerous non-existent affairs. Pooja is the believing wife of ever-philandering globe-trotting ... See full summary »
After bank owner, Zandulal's (Paresh Rawal) money is stolen by Yash (Sanjay Dutt) and Raj Ambani (Akshaye Khanna), he faces financial ruin and sets out to apprehend the duo. He does locate them - right next to his mansion - and is all set to turn them over to bumbling Senior Inspector Arjun Singh (Anil Kapoor), who has personal issues with his hyper wife, Kajal (Sushmita Sen). Circumstances, and the indirect involvement of the dreaded Marcos gang, instead will not only make Zandulal suspect for the homicide of Minister Sanyal but also be on the run from the police for theft of diamonds.Written by
The kind of Cinema filmmaker Anees Bazmee churns out belongs to the masses. 'No Entry' and 'Welcome' were blockbusters. 'Singh Is King' was a hit, so his track record is quite good. Sadly, his latest effort 'No Problem', has flopped.
The problem with 'No Problem' is it's writing. Bazmee loves non-sense, but his earlier films at least had a convincing story, which were packed with tons and tons of laughter. 'No Problem' not only suffers from poor writing, but also the jokes over-here fall flat.
'No Problem' is about 2 small time crooks, a innocent bank manager, a bungling ham-handed cop and a gang of baddies, coming into one shelter, well, in way. Thus follows a journey of complete non-sense and poor jokes.
Anees Bazmee fails to deliver. The first hour is average, while the second hour is absolutely disappointing. The climax is the weakest link. It just doesn't work! The Cinematography is alright. The soundtrack is a mixed-bag.
Performance-Wise: Paresh Rawal is the only actor who stands out. Like always, the legend plays his part with effortless ease. Anil Kapoor hams to the hilt. He tries so hard. Sanjay Dutt is passable. Suniel Shetty does not deliver, while Akshaye Khanna manages a few moments. Sushmita Sen, well, the less said the better. Kangna Ranaut and Neetu Chandra are wasted. Shakti Kapoor, Mukesh Tiwari, Ranjeet & Vishwajeet Pradhan get nothing to do.
On the whole, a dull and non-happening comedy, that disappoints from the word go. Thumbs Down!
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