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Times of India
Two friends bump into each other after a long time and in a drunken conversation, plan to kill each other's wives.
There are two friends, beautiful ladies, a piece of stolen jewellery, villains and their henchmen and a lot of confusion. No its not a Priyadarshan film. These are just the people who make 'Just Gammat'.
Mohan (Sanjay Narvekar) is a rich guy married to Meera (Smita Gondkar) a beauty pageant winner. One day when he comes home, he finds Meera's twin sister Mohini in bed with another guy. Mistaking her for Meera, Mohan storms out of the house and heads straight to a bar where he bumps into his childhood friend Ashok (Jitendra Joshi). Turns out even Ashok is unhappy with his wife (Aditi Sarangdhar) for some reason. In an inebriated state, both friends promise to kill each other's wives. Drunken mistakes, missed chances and a comedy of error make up the rest of the film.
This is the second film that has Jitendra and Sanjay Narvekar together in a similar kind of roles after 'Cappuccino'. While director Milind Kawde tries his best to be Priyadarshan, he fails despite putting in a climax scene filled with chaos and confusion much like the 'Hera Pheri' director. Usual characters like villain who is more of a comedian, two of his chamchas who goof up and a father-in-law ready to kill his son-in-law for cheating, make unnecessary appearances and contribute immensely to the already long running time of the film.
The fact that the film was ready two years ago but got stuck explains the typical storyline. What it fails to explain are the several loopholes and loose ends in the plot. Sanjay, Jitendra and Smita are wasted but nevertheless do justice to their roles. Smita looks every bit the beauty queen but needs intensive diction classes.
'Just Gammat' has its moments of fun and laughter and is a film that the average Marathi film viewer might find amusing. If you are looking for strong content and powerful performances, this is definitely not your cup of tea. Watch it if you have to.
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