Here's yet another David Dhawan comedy
minus his usual fare of crude jokes and double meaning dialogues. So if you
are a regular David Dhawan moviegoer, you will be disappointed; this time he
has made a full family entertainer. And here it is a trio of eccentric uncles
who make a sweet-cute girl's life miserable.
Sapna (Karishma Kapoor) lands in Europe to get away from her three overprotective and possessive
uncles: fitness-freak Om Puri, disco-dude Anupam Kher and bhajan
pandit Paresh Rawal. During the holidaying, a rich, not-so-spoilt Raja (Salman
Khan) woos her, and they decide to get married. Raja plans to win over Sapna's
uncles by adapting the best way - by becoming a disco dancer, a pandit and a
sumo wrestler. Johnny Lever is there by his side, and the dadaji (Dara Singh)
comes in as the rescuer.
Karishma dominates the entire show
with her beautiful looks and conscientious hardwork. She exhibits an array of
designer labels and cool hair-dos. Salman on the other hand is not all that
consistent in his performance, as usual concentrating on shedding clothes rather
than trying and acting well.
As for the uncles, Om Puri and Paresh
Rawal have delivered well, and Anupam Kher, as usual, is funny. Salman needs to
change his wardrobe, which is full of floral and ill-fitting shirts. The music
is good, and so are the scenic locales shot in Switzerland and Austria.