If you are in Mumbai and looking for some dealers in stolen property, the folks to contact are two kameena (scoundrels) Amitabh Bachchan and Salman Khan.
Both these thieves seem to have made a habit of profiting from others’ intellectual property (Examples: Partner (Hitch), Ek Ajanabee (Man on Fire), Hum Kisi Se Kum Nahin (Analyze This).
Since these two blackguards Amitabh and Salman are not kids and have unfortunately been around for donkey’s years in Bollywood, they can’t use the old, criminals excuse that they didn’t know it.
God Tussi Great Ho is the latest example of these two Bollywood stars involving themselves with stolen property.
Say what you will but God Tussi Great Ho is a pathetic copy of the Jim Carrey comedy Bruce Almighty (2003).
Bruce Almighty was a fairly decent comedy thanks to Jim Carrey’s superb performance.
The best that can be said of God Tussi Great Ho is that it reminded us of photos of advanced syphilis we once saw in a book at one of the British Council libraries in India.
God Tussi Great Ho is that bad.
Although these two dinosaurs Salman Khan and Amitabh Bachchan have been around in Bollywood for a gazillion years, yet their performance in God Tussi Great Ho is not even a millionth as good as that of Jim Carrey and Morgan Freeman in Bruce Almighty.
Like Bruce Almighty, God Tussi Great Ho is the story of an young man Arun Prajapathi a.k.a AP (Salman Khan) who constantly rails against God for his bad luck prompting God (Amitabh Bachchan) to hand over his responsibilities to AP for 10 days.
Watching Salman Khan in God Tussi Great Ho is punishment for sins committed in the last seven lives. This fella is that bad, particularly in the early scenes when standing on the window ledge of a high building he yells at God in the ugliest possible manner. Like a lunatic.
Jim Carrey is a class actor. Salman Khan a crass actor at best. Continue reading »