Film Review: Krazzy 4

Film: Krazzy 4

Director: Jaideep Sen

Producer: Rakesh Roshan

Cast: Irrfan Khan, Arshad Warsi, Juhi Chawla, Rajpal Yadav, Suresh
Menon, Dia Mirza, Rajat Kapoor

Rating: 1/5

The easiest way to describe the film would through words like futile,
senseless and a horrendous attempt. If anything it is Sharukh’s and
Hritik’s groovy moves that somehow manage to bring value to the movie
ticket you hold.

Shoddily referred from a not so great film ‘The Dream Team’, Krazzy 4
revolves around the tepid lives of four inmates at the mental care
facility. Raja (Arshad Warsi) is in to try and control his volcanic
anger, while Dr.Mukherjee (Irrfan Khan) suffers from Obsessive
compulsive disorder. Then there is Gangadhar (Rajpal Yadav) who seems
to be lost in the era relating to the freedom struggle. The last in
the group, Daboo (Suresh Menon) is the silent one, who understands the
real world but his childlike nature keeps him busy. Treating these
four patients is Dr.Sonali (Juhi Chawla). On one such day, post their
group therapy sessions the four are taken out by the doctor for a
stroll around the city with the promise of taking them to a cricket
match. All is good till Dr. Sonali is nabbed on this outing.
Witnessing this is silent Daboo. It is now upto the Krazzy four to
save their doctor and free her from the clutches of evil kidnappers

To start off with what in anyone’s name were the actors thinking when
they signed on this film? What was Rakesh Roshan thinking? It’s a pity
that the stellar cast and producer having such an amazing track record
behind them indulge in a film such as this. The story and execution is
dreadful to say the least. The dialogues are slow, meaningless and the
so called humour is done to death. One is just in a state of shock
watching this film.

There is nothing that could be appreciated in this film barring the
three dance performances; however their inclusion seems forced and
conscious. Smartly enough these come at times when the movie is on a
downward slope. Technically the film is so-so. The camerawork is
average and so is the use of the clippers. The music however is a
different story. It’s testing and especially the "O re Lakkad" song
tests your patience like never before.

The actors stun. The characters are so shallow and the lack of depth
has the actors give a cold and not the least bit entertaining
performances. Chawla and Khan are the biggest shockers, one certainly
expected to see them cast their acting spell. Such is not the case.
Yadav and warsi are just about ok. It is Menon that you feel sorry
for. Through the film with all but the word "Kidnap" to keep
murmuring, his acting skills have not even been tested for it to be

Don’t bother with this film. Of course unless you decide you want to
be traumatized or simply want to watch SRK and the amazing dance moves
of Hrithik.