Sanjay Dutt and Arshad Warsi team up as ‘Fools’

Tue, February 7, 2012 8:00pm UTC by 1 Comment
Sanjay Dutt and Arshad Warsi team up as ‘Fools’

The endearing Munnabhai duo Sanjay Dutt and Arshad Warsi bag major roles in Sangeeth Sivan’s upcoming comedy film

The director of rib tickling films like Apna Sapna Money Money and Kyaa Kool Hain Hum, Sangeeth Sivan is elated these days for having Sanjay Dutt and Arshad Warsi on board for his next comic caper, Fools. With Fools the Munnabhai duo will make a comeback to what they do best: comedy. But the director promises that both Sanjay and Arshad will be seen in refreshingly new avatars in this one. Produced by TP Aggarwal, Fools will be shot extensively in Europe and both Munna and Circuit – aka Sanju baba and Arshad bhai – will fly to the EU very soon.

The famous Munnabhai pair has been missing from the comedy scene lately. Sanjay has just garnered rave reviews for his portrayal of villainous Kancha in Agneepath and the 52-year-old now wants to laugh a little. In fact, Sanju baba was the first to give his positive nod for the film, after which Arshad too jumped happily on the Fools bandwagon. Now we just can’t wait for this dashing twosome to make us roll on the floor with their brazen verbal brickbats and superb comic timing. It is learned that besides Fools, Sivan is also gearing up for the sequel to his 2006 hit film Apna Sapna Money Money and is getting the script ready. With two promising prospects in his kitty, its raining money-money for Sangeeth Sivan, wethinks!Subscribe to me on YouTube

  • Bocah

    “aur uska lat usne kaan ke peeche etc.” – maybe he says it twice. I find it inreetsting that people who go on about the merit of one MB vis-a-vis the other (and I have to say I loved the first and quite liked the second) never fault these films for the way their female characters are conceptualised. Gracy Singh in the earlier one too had nothing to do except simper and look admonishing in the feminine way (“you’re too much Munna!!”). Frankly Vidya Balan seemed to be doing what she could to break out of the awful dialogue and direction given to her, but it was tough going. Gracy Singh is anyway an awful actress so she just sort of did the bells on her toes and tight salwar kameez thing and faded out.After both films I’ve felt that anger against the writer for writing the women with the understanding of an adolescent boy for his school crush. Dia Mirza’s role was a shade better written, because she wasn’t a love interest I think. But oh, the sweetness, the sweetness. Like many enterprises where boys want to change the world, the industry or whatever context, the nice guys who made these movies don’t really have an imagination of the presence of women in that world.


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