Guddu Ki Gun Movie Review: Funny Silliness
Actor Kunal Kemmu, who has done his share of serious roles, had won our hearts with his comic timing in films like '99' and Go Goa Gone and the actor is back with another silly but fun fare, that is bound to have you chuckling merrily.
Guddu Ki Gun is a comedy about Guddu, a Bihari washing powder salesman, who charms the lonely housewives of Kolkata and beds them while selling his wares. When Guddu breaks the heart of a young woman, a curse is cast on him, which transforms his organ into a 'golden tower', much to his shock.
On learning that the curse will be undone the day he finds the true love of his life, Guddu sets out to find his Miss Right while trying to stay a step ahead of gangsters, an antiques dealer and a scoop-hungry reporter, who want a piece of the 'golden gun'.
Like we warned earlier, the film is way too silly and the premise of the film is quite unreal, but having said that, Guddu Ki Gun is one of those absurd comedies that will evoke helpless chuckles. Kunal is totally in his element as the cocky (pun unintended) Bihari, who has to win the heart of a pimply and nerdy girl in order to neutralize the effect of the curse.
Sumeet Vyas, who plays Guddu's sidekick Laddoo too has done a decent job, though the rest of the cast hams unabashedly. However, the hamming is forgotten simply because you are not supposed to take the movie seriously in the first place and the sooner you realize this, the better will you enjoy it.
Directors Shantanu Ray Chhibber and Sheershak Anand might have not given much thought to logic while penning down this story, but when it comes to humour, they did not fumble the ball, fortunately. The one-liners are whacky, the characters are crazy and Kunal is full on paisa vasool.
The climax scene of the film will bring back delightful memories of the iconic 'Mahabharat' scene from Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro and is one of the highlights of the film.
If you don't mind a silly fare with loads of cheeky humour, Guddu Ki Gun might just blow you away…