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Golmaal 1979 Movie Review
Golmaal is a classic Hindi comedy film directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee and released in 1979. The film stars Amol Palekar, Utpal Dutt, Bindiya Goswami, Deven Verma, and Dina Pathak in the lead roles. The film is about a young man who lies to his boss about having a twin brother in order to save his job and impress his love interest. The film is full of hilarious situations and dialogues that will make you laugh out loud.
Ramprasad Dashrathprasad Sharma (Amol Palekar) is a qualified chartered accountant and singer who lives with his sister Ratna (Manju Singh) and searches for a job after passing his exams. His uncle Kedar (David Abraham) informs him of a job opening at his acquaintance Bhavani Shankar's (Utpal Dutt) firm called Urmila Traders. Shankar is a man of traditional values who hates modern attire and laments that the youth spends so much time on sports. He also carries an irrational contempt for men without mustaches, whom he considers characterless.
Following Kedar's advice, Sharma appears for the interview in a kurta and feigns ignorance about sports, impressing Shankar who hires him immediately. A few days later, he takes leave to watch a hockey match by lying that his mother, who is long dead, has fallen ill. Shankar, who secretly enjoys sports despite preaching against them, attends the same match as well and spots Sharma. When confronted the next day, Sharma lies again that it was his clean-shaven twin brother, Lakshmanprasad aka Lucky (also Amol Palekar) who was at the match, not him.
Bhavani Shankar buys the lie and summons Lucky to teach music to his daughter Urmila (Bindiya Goswami). Taking help from his actor friend Deven (Deven Verma), Sharma shaves his mustache and starts living a double life as Lucky- a modern, easy-going man completely opposite to Ramprasad. Urmila immediately takes a liking to him.
Sometime later, Bhavani Shankar expresses his wish to meet Sharma's mother. Sharma recruits a socialite, Kamala Srivastava (Dina Pathak) to play the role of his mother. Kamala faces a similar situation when Shankar recognises her real self at a party, and she too lies that she has a twin sister, confusing the man.
Bhavani Shankar notices Urmila's fondness for Lucky, and decides to get her married to Ramprasad instead, whom he considers a better match, upsetting Urmila. Sharma eventually reveals the truth to her, and decides to drop his persona of Lucky. They tell Shankar that Lucky ran away, but Shankar notices Sharma's fake mustache and assumes that Lucky killed and impersonated Ramprasad in order to marry his daughter. He then chases the fleeing Sharma and Urmila in his car, getting arrested in the process.
Golmaal was a huge commercial and critical success when it was released in 1979. It won several awards and was praised by critics for its witty script, brilliant performances, and hilarious comedy. The film is considered one of the best works of Hrishikesh Mukherjee and one of the finest comedies in Indian cinema.
The film won three Filmfare Awards: Best Actor for Amol Palekar, Best Comedian for Utpal Dutt, and Best Lyricist for Gulzar.
The film was ranked #6 on Outlook magazine's list of 25 Best Bollywood Comedies.
The film was remade in Tamil as Thillu Mullu (1981), in Kannada as Aasegobba Meesegobba (1990), in Malayalam as Simhavalan Menon (1995), and in Sinhala as Rasa Rahasak.
The film was an inspiration for the Hindi movie Bol Bachchan (2012) which was remade in Telugu as Masala (2013).
Golmaal is a timeless comedy that will make you laugh every time you watch it. The film has a simple yet clever plot, memorable characters, and hilarious dialogues. The film showcases the talent of Hrishikesh Mukherjee, who was a master of comedy and social satire. The film also features some of the best performances by Amol Palekar, Utpal Dutt, Bindiya Goswami, and Deven Verma. The film is a must-watch for anyone who loves comedy and wants to have a good time.