The four jokers, Adi (Arshad Warsi), Roy (Riteish Deshmukh), Manav (Javed Jafferi) and Boman (Ashish Chaudhry) are back with the laugh riot in Double Dhamaal. The film starts with a quick recap on the first part Dhamaal, giving a brief intro about the characters to the audience who have not watched Dhamaal and are clueless about the plot. The best part is that Double Dhamaal exactly starts from where the prequel concludes.
Nothing in the sequel changes, the four characters are still in competition to top the stupidity level, they are still useless, they still dream about a richie-rich life with no hard work. And then suddenly they confront their enemy, the corrupt Inspector Kabir Nayak (Sanjay Dutt).
These four friends discover that Kabir is no more a cop and has become a millionaire. Out of the sheer envy they blackmail Kabir to make them his business partners. However, soon their dreams turns into nightmares. Kamini (Mallika Sherawat) Sanjay's girlfriend and Kiya (Kangana Ranaut) are well aware of the mystery. Batabhai (Satish Kaushik) is well used to make the characters life miserable.
Director Indra Kumar has once again integrated a generous dose of light moments in the film. Though Dhamaal was one of his kind slap-stick comedy. The uncontaminated comedy in Double Dhamaal works big time. The airtight screenplay (Tushar Hiranandani) also takes a part of the merit. Kumar has perfectly executed the script with a brilliant comic timing. The credit of the film cannot be given alone to the script, the chemistry between the four boys is outstanding.
Moreover, unlike the prequel, this one is added with the glam quotient with actress Mallika Sherawat and Kangana Ranaut as an inportant part in the film.