David Dhawan has always made wacky and bizarre films and his new baby Do Knot Disturb doesn't push the envelope either. His critics may term his cinema outlandish and outrageous, but the fact is that his films cater to the aam junta. His mantra is simple: Haso aur hasao.
Now let's analyse Do Knot Disturb, inspired by the French film La Doublure aka The Valet (2006). David has tackled extra-marital affairs in his earlier films like Saajan Chale Sasural, Gharwali Baharwali and Biwi No.1. Do Knot Disturb also talks of a married man having a torrid affair with a supermodel, but it's not remotely similar to his past endeavours.
Actually, Do Knot Disturb rests on a thin plot and David relies on gags and jokes to keep you hooked for those 2 + hours. Even though you realise that there's not much meat in the story, even though the situations are silly, you remain glued to the proceedings because it keeps you in splits thanks to the funny jokes and the weird characters.