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Money Hai Toh Honey Hai Movie Review  

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Money Hai Toh Honey Hai Movie Review
  Movie Review : Money Hai Toh Honey Hai
Rating : 1.25 / 5
Banner : EROS International
Cast : Govinda, Esha Deol, Upen Patel. Aftab Shivdasani, Celina Jaitley, Kim Sharma, Ravi Kishan, Isha Koppikar, Manoj Bajpai, Hansika Motwani and Others
Music : Nitin Arora & Sony Chandy
Producer: Kumar Mangat
Director: Ganesh Acharya
Released Date: July 25, 2008
Money Hai Toh Honey Hai Bollywood Movie Review

A lifeless comedy, the story is about a bunch of losers- Bobby (Govinda) who escapes from home just to prove a point to his family that he can be an achiever but is yet to do anything, Manik (Upen Patel) who wants to make it big in the fashion world but for now he is having a passionate physical relationship with a middle aged fashion designer (Archana Puran Singh), Lalabhai (Manoj Bajpai) who was once a rich man but now is a pauper, Ashima (Hansika) a small time TV star who is frustrated with her life as her aim is to hit the silver screen, Gaurav(Aftab) who is a talented copywriter but has been fired from his job recently. The paths of these six people intersect when they get a random SMS from someone saying they are the owners of a 1000 crore company. Unable to believe their luck, they are all on cloud nine but then when they actually meet up to know the truth, it is conveyed to them that there is a loan of Rs 1200 crores on the company that has to be cleared first before they can claim the money. They also realize that this is the result of a wayward selection of mobile numbers by the head of the company (Prem Chopra) who wants to give away his empire. What happens from there? Do the losers become the winners? How can six people from different walks of life make this happen? All this forms the rest of the story.

Money Hai Toh Honey Hai Hindi Cinema Review

The director has come out with an interesting plot but then he lost out on the presentation and the narration aspects completely. The major culprit here is the script and the story which was not strong enough to carry the film. The screenplay was alright, the dialogues were dull, camera was above average, editing was numb and the music was just about okay with not much to cherish. However, the choreography was done well given the strength of the director. The costumes were a saving grace and the locations were eye catching. Govinda was a complete misfit as the role was not designed for him, Ravi was alright but his role was limited, one really wonders why Manoj Bajpai goes for something like this, he has such tremendous potential to strike it big and he ends up with a dud, Aftab was perfect in his bill, Upen had all the credit as he did a good bit to bring some laughs to the audience. The ladies Esha, Celina, Kim, Eesha, Hansika all were around with their glamour but then that's the best about them. Ironically, Archana Puran Singh was more impressive in her role and performance together. Prem Chopra was mechanical. The others need no mention here.

Money Hai Toh Honey Hai Filem Review

The plot looked good on paper and it could have been well conceived if the basics were followed promptly. While the first half was about how the lead cast became the losers, by the time interval set in the boredom was creeping high, even the second half could not come up with anything captivating and though the climax was well executed the film had lost the battle by then. It is very hard for the film to survive even two weeks, only the star presence might prove something beneficial for it to save face.

Bharatstudent Verdict: Terrible!!!

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