By: Moses Navgire, IndiaFM
Sunday, October 22, 2006
If we talk about comedy, this is the most dynamic combination ever on the Indian screen. We all are aware of the rib tickling comedy Akshay Kumar can do and Govinda (who has been under hibernation for a long time now) has undoubtedly been one of the best laugh-inducers of Hindi cinema. Now, combine these two super-comic-stars, add the dynamite of comedy Paresh Rawal and ignite this combination with the spark of Priyadarshan. Now, what you will see is the biggest Dhamaka of comedy in Bollywood. So, get ready to watch this superb combination of Govinda and Akshay Kumar coming together for the first time along with Paresh Rawal on big screen. And now, IndiaFM brings you the exclusive theatrical promo of the most awaited comedy of the year Bhagam Bhag.
The trailer opens with the trumpet music that alarms the audience to get ready for the biggest Helter Skelter and chaos onscreen. The visual says 'now showing' with two masks on the sides which are symbolic of the theatre background to the story. You then see a slide that says 'what can be more fun?' followed by an empty theatre stage. The line continues 'than a theatre on the run'. Now the cast of the film make their entry.
Paresh Rawal seems to be continuing with his Hera Pheri accessories as he wears the "Baburao's" bifocals in this film too. Now, all the three favourite heroes of ours are on the run. The backdrop are the beautiful locations of London city. It looks like the trio Govinda, Akshay and Paresh Rawal are in a major soup. They are running helter skelter all the time. Then you suddenly see Sharad Saxena too running with a briefcase trying to hide from someone. Suddenly, the trio is doing a dance performance onstage but it looks like they are doing it to save their life rather than to entertain.
The craziest thing you see is that Akshay pulls out about 15-20 people from a red taxi and one of them is Shakti Kapoor. Akshay and Govinda also happen to be brilliant dancers and Tanushree Dutta shares a stage with them. All three of them run through the streets and hide in the weirdest of the places but the bunch of British people seem to chase them everywhere. Though Akki and Govinda manage to run, Paresh Rawal gets caught at one instant and has to go through tortures like sleeping between ice blocks.
Probably, Arbaaz Khan is the cop as he appears in the full "Men in Black" get up. Akshay Kumar seems to be coming up with some ideas while trying to escape but Govinda looks like a nervous cry pot. To add the insanity, there is also Rajpal Yadav who bumps into Akshay Kumar. However, the grossest part in the promo is the one where Akshay's head is stuck between the hips of two people and you can actually get to see some indecent body parts. Priyadarshan's favourite player Manoj Joshi is also seen dressed up like an underworld Don who is chased by Paresh Rawal.
The best part about this promo is that all the characters are running to search something or to hide from someone. The promo exactly fits the title Bhagam Bhag. The most exclusive part is that the promo ends by showing Priyadarshan on the director's seat. This is the first time that he has made an appearance in the promo of his film.
Overall, looking at the pacy promo loaded with insanity and confusion, Shree Ashtavinayak Cinevision and Popcorn Motion Pictures' Bhagam Bhag is the film worth looking forward to this Christmas.
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