• Logic indeed is in short supply here, and frankly the real magic the filmmakers conjure up is the ability to keep this franchise on the road for all these years with such minimal creative investment. Golmaal 5..? Wanna bet it’s on the way?

  • Shubhra Gupta
    Shubhra Gupta
    Indian Express


    Tabul is an unexpected pleasure, and lifts Golmaal Again. This a series which looks like it’s never going to end, and Shetty has the formula pat after all these iterations. I do hope Tabu becomes a fixture in the future Golmaals.

  • Arnab Banerjee
    Arnab Banerjee
    Deccan Chronicle


    …because the writing suffers and barring a few moments, there aren’t too many scenes that stand out, the 151-minute film is cranked out as a generic mash up of some of the scenes from the earlier films of the series. Still, I found the film being played out to pleased squeals at the theatre with some even rolling with laughter.

  • Some of the jokes soar, some nosedive.

    But to the housefull theatre I saw it in, and who laughed at every single bit, it’s the stuff Diwali releases are made of.  

  • Suhani Singh
    Suhani Singh
    India Today


    In Golmaal Again, director Rohit Shetty takes pains to have a story even though the goal is the same: to laugh at all costs and here is our movie review.

  • The sets look fancy and the production is slick but it just doesn’t come together as an entertaining watch. None of the original songs has recall value, the tracks that work are remixes of popular 90s’ songs.

    I was disappointed with ‘Golmaal Again’ and I really wanted my money back.

  • I must admit that this might be the most enjoyable of the four Golmaal films because there is actually a plot and the by-now-familiar characters are less annoying while the annoying ones are partially relegated to the background. Kudos to Shetty for reinventing a mindless comic brand to a duo-genre and giving it a new lease of life.

  • Manisha Lakhe
    Manisha Lakhe


    Golmaal Again becomes funny in the second half and some ghostly goings-on make you laugh. But overall it’s loud and lurid and you come away with a headache.