This one is strictly for the Govinda die-hards. He is a treat to watch, provided you like his style of humour and dancing. Evidently, new Bollywood films are increasingly tripping over the same old story, of falling in love in European locales.
In Hadh Kar Di Aapne, director Manoj Agarwal has included a not-so-happy couple (Pandey and Shivpuri) to help the lead pair of the film to fall in love. Anjali (Shivpuri) decides to fake a trip abroad and catch hubby Sanjay (Pandey) red-handed, so that she has sufficient evidence to divorce him. Enter Anjali-II (Rani Mukherjee) who takes the trip for Anjali-I and on the hubby's side his friend Raj (Govinda) is sent to do some sleuthing.
After a series of innate humor, bumbling dances and assorted forms of emotions, Raj and Anjali-II get together and fall in love. Govinda, as usual, is hi-energy, and has delivered a delightful performance. Rani Mukerjee has tried her best but needs more fine-tuning. Gorgeous Helen and Johnny Lever are underused. Plus, there are far too many peripheral characters involved. The film has some good numbers by Anand Raj Anand like the title number and the song-Kudi Kunwari.
The film starts off well, but is extended to become a soap opera, and meanwhile the script loses its grip. But for diehard Govinda fans and those who don't mind the usual comic routine, the film wouldn't be really disappointing.