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Review: Money Hai To Honey Hai

india Updated: Jul 26, 2008 12:25 IST
Khalid Mohamed
Khalid Mohamed
Hindustan Times
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Money Hai To Honey Hai


Cast

: Govinda, Hanssika Motwani, Celina Jaitly


Direction

: Ganesh Acharya


Rating

:

*


After all these decades, dear old Prem Chopra is still as mean as a cobra. Before he kicks the bucket, he calls up this caboodle of wackos (Govinda and Co), informing them that he’s leaving them his factory worth crores. And all the beneficiaries turn out to be mega-bores.



Govinda is a wealthy scamster, Aftab Shivdasani is an ad copywriter (what he writes for a restaurant is total cuckoo), Manoj Bajpai has a fetish for his bicycle and mercy be, Upen Patel is a gigolo whom Archana Puran Singh keeps barking at, “Again..again..again.” It’s one of those kind of crude-coms.



On the girlie side count Celina Jaitley as a Marxist designer (really, she wants her clothes to reach everyone) and Hanssika who’s awfully hysterical. Plus, there are spoofs of Ekta Kapoor and Vijay Mallya. Oh, and Ravi Kissen fetches up to do absolutely nothing.



Excruciatingly juvenile and as annoying as a traffic jam, the outcome does have a surprise though. Director Ganesh Acharya performs an earthquake-like item number. He shouldn’t have. Like you shouldn’t have made the mistake of stepping anywhere in the vicinity of this

Money Hai to Pakav Hai

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