a film by Jaideep Sen
This situational comedy begins when Dr. Shonali decides to take her four patients with certain mental disorders for an outing. The plan turns upside down as some goons kidnap the doctor. All hell breaks loose when the four crazy men decide to free Dr. Shonali and teach the abductors a lesson. They set of on an amusing and emotional rescue mission where they come face to face with their past lives. Will these crazy patients save their doctor? And who kidnaps the doctor and why? This Rakesh Roshan production has amazing dance numbers by superstars – Shahrukh Khan and Hrithik Roshan.
Average critics rating
I’m going with just one out of five for director Jaideep Sen’s Krazzy 4. It’s a tragedy disguised as a comedy that I wouldn’t even wish upon an enemy.
On the whole, KRAZZY 4 is slightly above the average mark, but the brand [Rakesh Roshan] coupled with the presence of the two superstars in its songs and of course, some great actors in comic roles should ensure positive returns at the box-office.
As said, it’s not horrible. You can watch the film without cringing, and indulgently smile at where what is going wrong and, figuring out how the real joke might have sounded as intended, chuckle a bit. And honestly, this isn’t a film we’re trying to make sense of, or nitpicking about plot detail: make it
Debutant director Jaideep Sen tries hard to keep the action pumped—there are three item songs, one of which features an oddly muscular Rakhi Sawant, lots of slapstick comedy, fake patriotism and an attempt to underline all of this with the profound comment that perhaps insanity is the only sane response to an increasingly materialistic and
That’s where the laughter of the lewd is dispersed in the innocence of the ‘mad’. “Krazzy 4” isn’t Milos Forman’s “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest”.