'No Problem' has a major problem
Starring: Sushmita Sen, Sanjay Dutt, Akshaye Khanna, Suniel Shetty, Kangna Ranaut, Paresh Rawal and others
Director: Anees Bazmee
Producer: Anil Kapoor
Though promos of this movie did make everyone perceive it as a laughing riot, in reality, the comic flick lacks any original funny moments. Still, there are some sequences that will make the audience have a hearty laugh.
Even the huge multi-talented cast of the movie that includes veteran actors like Anil Kapoor, Sanjay Dutt and Paresh Rawal fail to save this movie, which falls flat on its storyline. It is very easy to figure out what will happen next and palpably, this makes it boring.
What’s the problem
‘No Problem’ revolves around two petty thieves Yash and Raj, played by Sanjay Dutt and Akshay Khanna, respectively.
Raj wants to give up the evil habit and lead the life of an honest man, but Yash, who is the cleverer and meaner of the two, always manages to convince Raj on continuing as a conman.
The story really begins when they rob a local bank called ‘First Village Bank’ and the suspicion lands on the Bank Manager Zandulal, played by Paresh Rawal, as the two thieves stayed with him. So, he sets out to search for the two and prove his innocence.
Then we come to Durban, where Arjun (Anil Kapoor) is a ham-fisted, clumsy cop who has not caught even a single criminal in his career and is on a look out of Marcos (Suniel Shetty), who has stolen diamonds worth millions from the International Diamond Centre.
Arjun’s wife Kajal (Sushmita Sen) undergoes split personality syndrome for 10 minutes everyday and during that time, she becomes a maniac. Her sister Sanjana (Kangana Ranaut) falls in love with Raj, without realizing his real identity.
So what happens next? Do the problems of Zandulal and Arjun end? Are the thieves caught? To find out, watch the movie.
This mindless comedy flick will make most of the audience feel bored and regretting their decision of watching the movie in the first place, but for those who just want to have a light weekend and are dull-witted, the movie may seem bearable.