Starring: Suniel Shetty,
Upen Patel, Esha Deol, Sameera Reddy, Tusshar Kapoor,
Paresh Rawal, Tanishaa
Director: Ashwani Dheer
The movie has been produced by Kumar Mangat and Sunil
Lulla, with collaboration of two popular film banners -
Big Screen Entertainment and Eros Entertainment. Ashwani
Dheer the debutant director's One Two Three is a
slapstick comedy with a decent star cast. One Two Three
is a story of mistaken identity of three men with the
same name and the hunt for diamonds worth 10 crores.
Diamonds worth ten crores are stolen from the dangerous
Don, Papa (Mukesh Tiwari). The diamonds accidentally
fall in the hands of young love birds - Chandu (Upen
Patel) and Chandni (Tanisha), who quickly hide them in a
car. The don and his idiotic henchmen Alberts (Vrijesh
Hirjee) and Pintos (Manoj Pahva) are desperately hunting
for the diamonds while hot headed police officer
Mayavati Chautala (Neetu Chandra) is on the prowl
looking for offenders of any kind.
First Laxmi Narayan gets lingerie designer Jiya's photo
and goes to kill her, only to end up as her hero.
Second Laxmi Narayan gets Papa's photo and goes to
collect the car from him, only to be mistaken for a
killer and gets beaten black and blue.
Third Laxmi Narayan gets Laila's photo and asks her to
show him her designer under garments, only to be branded
as an old pervert.
One, Two Three is a case of not one mistaken identity,
but three! A crazy bunch of people, doing the wrong
things for the right reason. Supposed to be laugh riot
from the beginning to the end, the movie tickles only at
some instances as a completely crazy bunch of people is
all-set to do wrong things for right reasons.
Laxminarayan1 - Tusshar Kapoor
Laxminarayan2 - Sunil Shetty
Laxminarayan3 - Paresh Rawal
Chandu - Upen Patel
Jiya - Esha Deol
Laila - Sameera Reddy
Chandni - Tanisha Mukherjee
Inspector Mayawati - Neetu Chandra
Murli - Murli Sharma
Papa the don - Mukesh Tiwari
Alberts - Vrajesh Hirjee
Pintos - Manoj Pahwa
Enter the first Laxmi Narayan (Tusshar Kapoor). He's
from a khandani mafia family and his mother prays that
with a few murders under his belt, he will be settled
for life. After botching up badly in his early attempts,
he's got a final chance to redeem himself as a Bhai. He
comes to Hotel Blue Diamond, Pondicherry because he's
taken supari to bump off Papa (Mukesh Tiwari).
Enter the second Laxmi Narayan (Suniel Shetty). He's an
MBA from Darjeeling and lives his professional life by
following two simple rules - 1) The boss is always right.
2) If the boss is wrong, follow rule number 1. He is sent
to the same hotel in Pondicherry to collect a new car for
his boss from Laila (Sameera Reddy).
The third Laxmi Narayan (Paresh Rawal) is a hawker who has
made so much money selling underwear on the footpath, that
he has set up a lingerie factory for his son. His son
sends him to Hotel Blue Diamond, Pondicherry to collect
lingerie samples from upcoming designer Jiya (Esha Deol).
The 3 Laxmi
Narayans happen to be in the same place at the same time.
Co-incidentally all these three approach at the hotel
reception desk expecting important messages for them.
Incidentally the three Laxmi Narayans get letters and
photographs meant for the other.
Meanwhile Chandu and Chandni are determined to stop
anybody from buying the car where they have hidden the
But Laila has to sell the car to save her showroom. And
Jiya has to sell her designs to save herself from
lecherous Mende's clutches.
Sanjay Mishra stands out with a brilliant comical
performance, Suniel Shetty too ends up with a good
performance. Paresh Rawal is as usual good. Tusshar Kapoor
is yet to work on his dialogue delivery and body language.
Esha Deol hams. Tanisha is irritating and so is Upen
Patel. Sameera Reddy is okay for her glamour. The rest of
the supporting cast performs well.
Entertainment, Big Screen Entertainer
Producers - Kumar Mangat, Sunil Lulla
Director - Ashwani Dheer
Lyrics - Aditya Dhar, Munna Dhiman
Music Director - Raghav Sachar
Cinematography - Nirmal Jani
Choreography - Ganesh Acharya
Screenplay - Ashwani Dheer
Kunal Ganjawala, Raghav Sachar, Earl, Sunidhi Chauhan,
Mahalakshmi Iyer, Kaptain Laadi, Kshitij, Kailash Kher,
Aditya Dhar, Shilpa Rao, Ninad Kamat