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GUDDU KI GUN - Whom did they wish to make a fool of? The viewers or the producers! (Review by Bobby Sing)
01 Nov, 2015 | Movie Reviews / 2015 Releases

Considering the last decade of our Hindi Cinema, a few of our thoughtful new-age filmmakers are intentionally trying to make a breakthrough with some worth noticing out-of-the box projects receiving a world-wide appreciation making a wise move. And yes, we do need to make films on many new, experimental subjects breaking all the set barriers bringing the much desired change essentially.
But the fact still doesn’t mean that one can go on making films on ‘just anything’ in the name of ‘entertaining fresh plot’ as seen in this week’s sex-based comedy GUDDU KI GUN. A misdirected film, that in spite of revolving around a ‘strange sexual plot’, isn’t even close to an ‘enjoyable adult comedy’, messing up pretty badly with almost everything happening on the screen post some bearable opening minutes full of all double meaning dialogues.
To give you the exact weird baseline, the film revolves around a young Bihari flirty boy, who ditches a sincere girl and then due to the ‘Tantrik Powers’ of her father, finds his gun (the male organ) turning into solid gold one fine morning shining bright as a yellow bulb. Shocked by this sudden overnight conversion, he investigates the reason-behind and is told that in order to get back to the normal state he will have to find a true love and marry the girl too (becoming a ‘one girl man’), otherwise the yellow bulb will keep shining as a long solid rock forever.
The film straight away comes to this utterly foolish and terribly bad plot in the first 10 minutes itself and then keeps progressing with quite childishly written sequences introducing more bizarre characters like a mad doctor, his sexy nurse, a silly don, an idiotic dealer of antiques, his sex-starved wife, a stupid journalist and more. The absurdity scales new heights post interval with the ‘Gold Organ’ even taken off from the body with a cutter in order to sell it as an antique piece and then welded back too by a local welder making a big fool of the viewers sitting in the theater. Further the writer-director Sheershak Anand & Shantanu Ray Chibber once again try to replicate the climax of JAANE BHI DO YAARON with a drastically long (supposedly) comic stage-drama as if that’s the only way to finish of a comedy movie taught in the rule book.
Where the cinematography does try to present something fresh focusing on an eye-catching Bengali backdrop, its the music that repeatedly reminds us of the constantly falling standard of our Hindi films soundtrack quite sadly. In the performances, GUDDU KI GUN is yet another film that remains unable to take any advantage of Kunal Khemu’s comic timing and Kunal keeps trying to impress throughout with his ‘otherwise entertaining’ Bihari accent in some key sequences. Sumeet Vyas tries hard with ‘a more than required energy’ playing the concerned friend and both Aparna Sharma and Payal Sarkar fail to make an impression along with the entire supporting cast.
In short, with no promised humour wasting every kind of given opportunity in its script, GUDDU KI GUN forces you to think that whether this film was made to con the viewers or its producers, who might have got impressed listening to its basic plot.
However on second thoughts, I wonder what would have been the atmosphere in that room full of 6-10 people listening to its first narration, where the basic plot was disclosed describing the hero looking at his ‘the golden gun’ in the morning, leaving many stunned red-faces around, exactly like the people sitting in the theater. So you can take the risk only if you can tolerate anything and everything being sold in the name of ‘sex-comedy’ made by a team desperately willing to get noticed by trying ‘a new low’.
Rating : 1 / 5 (Just for the Cinematography and the hard work put in by the crew.)

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