De Dana Dan


De Dhana DanTo make people laugh is a big job and filmmaker Priyadarshan excels in this department. He is a comedy genius and most of his films are laughter riots that include every ingredients of humor. Everyone was eagerly looking forward to his new outing, ‘De Dana Dan’, expectations was sky-high as it has Priyam’s favorite bunch of actors, , Paresh Rawal, . Priyadarshan’s experienent with comic theory hardly fails and ‘De Dana Dan’ has been able to keep up to his standard to a great extent.
 
Priyadarshan tells comedy which is straight forward and funny. All the characters are loud, humorous; no one is steady and the characters just keeps on running. The film is nothing path-breaking and it is a very usual subject being told in a simple and funny way. It is a multi-starrer project but everyone has been given equal space and each actors are equally coordinated. Fun prevails from the beginning to the end. The comic elements keep the pace of the film going.

Nitin (
) is a butler, cook, driver, watchman, gardener to a wealthy female industrialist (Archana Puran Singh) in Singapore. Nitin becomes fed up with his poor status and wants to become rich and marry his love Anjali (). By this time, his bosom friend Ram (Suniel Shetty) also lands up in Singapore with an aim to earn quick money. Ram falls for Manpreet (Sameera Reddy) but Manpreet’s high society parents approves the proposal on a condition that Ram must earn enough money.
  
There is another interesting character named Harbans (Paresh Rawal) a tricky businessman who in order to clear his debts is looking for a rich family with whom he can get his son (Chunky Pandey) married and get a whopping dowry. Harbans happens to meet Manpreet’s family in a party, he acted as a well established businessman and the two families decided to get their children married and settled down,

When all the appropriate paths of earning quick money ends up and with an aim to marry their sweethearts, Nitin and Ram adopts unfair means. They kidnapped someone very special and demanded a promising ransom. In the process of kidnapping, they landed in a big trouble. They happened to take rescue in the same hotel where Manpreet’s wedding reception was held. Then there creates a big hotchpotch. Soon various other characters come into forefront a Chinese Don [Asrani], a hired assassin [Johny Lever], a ACB police inspector [Sharat Saxena], a club dancer [Neha Dhupia], an ambassador [Vikram Gokhale], a drunken waiter [
]. The rest of the story deals with how the confusion gets sorted out.

Speaking about performances,
is as usual best in comedy and in ‘De Dana Dan’, he acted superbly. Suniel Shety was usually good. Katrina and Sameera had a small part to enact. Johny Lever, Neha Dhupia, Manoj Joshi, Asrani, Vikram Gokhale and Archana Puransingh deserve full credit.  

In the nutshell, ‘De Dana Dan’ is a laughter riot. The film will not disappoint anyone and the audience will surely enjoy it.