Director: Rajneesh Thakur
Cast: Govinda, Suniel Shetty, Javed Jaffery, Mahaakshay, Ravi Kissen, Mahesh Manjrekar, Prem Chopra, Kim Sharma and Mika
Storyline: A bunch of small-time thieves get involved in a murder and robbery unwittingly and are on the run.
Ups: Good luck trying to find some. Govinda manages to evoke a couple of chuckles with his dialogue delivery. The best laugh in the film comes when the four (Govinda, Shetty, Jaffery and Maha Akshay) switch the tapes of a damning phone conversation with the tape of Disco Dancer. When the song breaks out and the deadly don (Mahesh Manjrekar) realises he's been fooled, he laughs out loud and shoots the agent (Ravi Kissen) who brought him the tape. It immediately makes you nostalgic about the charm of Mithun Chakraborty. And here was his son Mahaakshay looking absolutely clueless, making even Suniel Shetty look like a solid actor. If you are a Mimoh/Mahaakshay fan, you might still laugh just at the sight of the Jimmy/Haunted star whose cult following seems to be getting bigger with every film.
Downs: The plot is stolen, the jokes are unfunny and the quality of acting hits new lows. There are movies that are so bad that they are good and then, there is Loot. A film so bad that it defies punishment and becomes it.
Bottomline: How long can you laugh at poor Mimoh trying hard to act as a Christian boy by ending every line with “man”, man?
Keywords: Bollywood comedy