Lage Raho Munnabhai

Lage Raho Munnabhai

Lage Raho Munnabhai
A follow-up to his whopper of a directorial debut, the notoriously successful 'Munnabhai MBBS', Rajkumar Hirani revisits the chaotic world of Bombay hustlers Munna and Circuit in 'Lage Raho Munna Bhai'. Sanjay Dutt and Arshad Warsi reprise their roles of goons with the hearts of gold.

With his business flourishing, life is good for Munna (Sanjay Dutt). Now though, he has love on his mind, and loses himself daily in the dulcet tones of Radio Jockey Jhanvi (Vidya Balan). Making good use of his dada-giri ways, Munna contrives a way of meeting Jhanvi, who is unwittingly led to believe that Munna is a Professor of History. In the process of rectifying this minor misunderstanding and winning his love, Munna comes face-to-face with a figure from the past. [BBC].
2006Rating: PG, contains violence130 minsIndiaHindi with English subtitles
ComedyMusical
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The Guardian

The Guardian

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You can't really expect subtlety in a movie in which people break into song and street scenes are transformed, seemingly at the flick of a switch, into a riot of colour with gaudy lights, balloons, pyrotechnics and gangs of dancing nuns, office workers and scholars. But the broad strokes really work. The film does not shy away from the fact that to follow Gandhi's path demands bravery and self-sacrifice. As western romantic comedies become more vapid and even stalkerish, this delivers a credible message of peace, while never forgetting to be magnificent entertainment...

4.0
BBC

BBC

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It's rare to see a film that bounces between humour and sentiment so seamlessly. And it is rarer still to see characters become etched in the memory so enduringly that audiences become almost protective of them. It's testimony both to the quality of the writing and the performances, that Munna and Circuit have taken on a life of their own. Lage Raho Munna Bhai is the ultimate in feel-good cinema that leaves you feeling like anything is possible...

4.0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

You can't really expect subtlety in a movie in which people break into song and street scenes are transformed, seemingly at the flick of a switch, into a riot of colour with gaudy lights, balloons, pyrotechnics and gangs of dancing nuns, office workers and scholars. But the broad strokes really work. The film does not shy away from the fact that to follow Gandhi's path demands bravery and self-sacrifice. As western romantic comedies become more vapid and even stalkerish, this delivers a credible message of peace, while never forgetting to be magnificent entertainment...

4.0
BBC

BBC

press

It's rare to see a film that bounces between humour and sentiment so seamlessly. And it is rarer still to see characters become etched in the memory so enduringly that audiences become almost protective of them. It's testimony both to the quality of the writing and the performances, that Munna and Circuit have taken on a life of their own. Lage Raho Munna Bhai is the ultimate in feel-good cinema that leaves you feeling like anything is possible...

4.0

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