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Golmaal Again (2017)

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The gang encounters with some spiritual bodies and finds out the truth about the Jamnadas Orphanage where they were brought up.

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The gang encounters with some spiritual bodies and finds out the truth about the Jamnadas Orphanage where they were brought up.

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INR 88 (India), 22 October 2017, Wide Release

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$1,013,893, 22 October 2017, Limited Release

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$1,013,893, 22 October 2017
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Exceptionally worst movie ever from Rohit Shetty :/
3 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

I have just done watching the movie, really had to come and write the review about it as it was the only worst movie i have ever watched from Rohit shetty. Every other movie he made was some way or the other good. But when it comes to the sequel of golmaal, where i had a lot of expectations to the name it self, came out to be really disgraceful. It was such a time waste watching the movie, no proper story no proper timing for anything, The worst part was it was not focused on the primary characters at all, leaving behind the character comedy it went with something else, also the story line was too main stream and could be predicted easily. Never expected this from Rohit Shetty.


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