God Tussi 'Not bad' ho
t's a Salman movie all the way, with his typical mannerisms, which can make the audience go in raptures. Salman portrays the image of a loser, well who can only blame God for all his midfortunes, be it at job as a reporter on TV Channel or in his lovelife with a successful colleague, which was going nowhere. Sohail Khan supports him well in the comedy scenes as the man who is going to take his girl away with all his 'charisma' and imported car. Anupam Kher as Salman's father has a nice role as the cribbing retired man, who can see no good happening in his life. Salman also has a sister who is not getting married due to her dark complexion (talk about touching social issues). Salman finally gets to meet God and play his role for 10 days. In the first nine days, he sets his life in order, solving his romance, work life and family issues, including making his sister fair and turning her into a princess. He also happily shows off his powers and plays the superhuman. On tenth day, he tries to do good for all, by fulfilling desires of all people and the result is pandemonium. There is chaos all around. He understands, being God is not an easy job and settles for his old life.
The film also has a message, that whatever we are and what we have is good for us. The world is in a delicate balance, and if we all get our desires fulfilled, the final outcome may not be desirable.
The production values are average to OK. The songs are not going to make great impact, either. Amitabh as God, has a role, which would have been guest apperance in some other movies by screen time test.
The movie may remind you of Bruce Almighty(for those who have watched this Hollywood flick). But, there is more to it, than that. Most importantly, it caters to a different audience. For full timepass entertainment and some laughs, visit the theaters in your city.
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