Bring out your 'marker pens' and get ready to 'check' if this fits the bill for a typical Priyadarshan comedy. 1. An almost-rural setting. 2. A medley of whimsical character artists. 3. A complex, chaotic parivaar choc-o-bloc with more betas, betis, chachas and chamchas than TV-Land's epic shows. 4. Stupidly, strictly, slapsticky. 5. A parallel romantic sidetrack that contributes one sugary spoonful-of-story to this mash-up. 6. A crazed-ending where everyone (from star-to-junior-artiste-to clapper-boy) appears in a mad-melodrama called 'Priyan's Climax'... Aaah! KDM makes all these 'checks' - Yes! Priyan and his motley crew are back, but this plough of his only reproduces a bad crop.
Johny (Shreyas) known as Bakri Johny is afraid of everything and everyone, he is one terrified soul. Johny was born into the household of David (Om Puri), a local farmer and being the only son, Johny does what he's best at to help his ailing father. Nothing! Other than buying lottery tickets every week. The only thing going in his life is his love for Maria (Madhhurima) the daughter of the village's biggest gunda and sworn enemy of David... Peter (Paresh Rawal). Armed with two herculean son's, Peter goes to all ends to make sure his daughter and Johny never marry, until one day, hope comes in the form a silent, strong but very hungry man, Sam (Nana Patekar). What happens next is a complete dhamaal of fun, action and drama resulting in one very Kamaal Dhamaal Malamaal! Watch This comedy film Kamaal Dhamaal Malamaal from Priyadarshan on www.urdumovies.net