Originality is not the strong point of Krazzy4.? The film's producer Rakesh Roshan was ordered by the Bombay High Court to pay a music composer Rs 2 crore for using his tunes without credit or permission. But that's not the only thing that's lifted in this film.?Krazzy4 is a copy of Dream Team, a 1989 comedy starring Michael Keaton. Dream Team itself wasn't particularly sparkling and this copy is watered down even more by songs and strained sentimentality. Like the original, a psychiatrist who believes that mental patients must be treated with the dil and not the dimag, takes four of her patients out of the rehab facility to watch a game. Of course nothing goes as planned.? She disappears and now her four patients must save her and themselves.? Debutant director Jaideep Sen tries hard to keep the action pumped?there are three item songs, one of which features an oddly muscular Rakhi Sawant, lots of slapstick comedy, fake patriotism and an attempt to underline all of this with the profound comment that perhaps insanity is the only sane response to an increasingly materialistic and indifferent universe.? But none of this can disguise the fact that Krazzy4 is essentially dim-witted and inherently soulless. If you are in the mood for unhinged minds, rent One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest instead. .
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