In this era of big-budget extravaganzas, films that reflect the simple joys of life have suddenly taken a backseat. Films that follow the Hrishikesh Mukherjee/Basu Chatterjee cinema are as good as extinct. But once in a while comes a film that strikes a chord due to its simplistic and unadulterated entertainment. The emphasis is not on paraphernalia like special effects or opulent sets as much as on content.
Khosla Ka Ghosla is one such film.