Do Knot Disturb is a deliberately intended comedy and this extramarital relational mix-up is a hilarious laugh-riot.
A rich businessman (Govinda) with a filthy mind has a gorgeous wife (Sushmita Sen) but has a lusty relationship on the sly with a model (Lara Dutta). To keep his extramarital escapades under wraps, he recruits a hotel waiter (Riteish Deshmukh) who masquerades as the boy friend of the model. To make matters more complicated a private detective (Ranvir Shorey) enters the scene.
From then on, after one comic situation is followed by more comic incidents, the film rolls on rib-tickling laughter to the climax.
Govinda is a past master of comedy and in this film he gives an excellent performance. His comic timing is wonderful. Sushmita is sauve and stylish and does well. Lara Dutta is the surprise package coming out well with
laughter-packed scenes. Ritesh Deshmukh appears like the rightful heir to Govinda. The performances of Ranvir Shorey, Manoj Pahwa and Rajpal Yadav atr truly impressive.
There is not much logic in the storyline but a comedy that thrives on mistaken identities and meaningful misunderstandings does not require a typical storyline. The scenes and incidents are conceived with laugh-riot in mind and succeed in that. Director David Dhawan once again proves that he is the King of Comedy. The dialogues by Amit Aryan add to the fun and they have real laughter packed in them. Music by Nadeem-Shravan is good. Cinematography by Vijay Arora is superb. A week plot has been rightly
packed into a hilarious comedy.
Do Knot Disturb is an exceptional comedy that deserves an urgent viewing for the great performances by the lead actors and the deft handling of the comic scenes by David Dhawan.
The Cast and Crew
Govinda, Ritesh Deshmukh, Sushmita Sen, Lara Dutta, Sohail Khan, Ranvir Shorey, Rajpal Yadav, Himani Shivpuri, Rituparna Sengupta, Manoj Pahwa and others.
Music: Nadeem- Shravan
Cinematography: Vijay Arora
Producer: Vashu Bhagnani
Banner: Puja Entertainment (India) Ltd
Director: David Dhawan
Release Date: October 2, 2009
3 out of 5
Review by Deen Kumar