Ashwin (Dhruv Bhandari), is an engineering college student madly in love with Bhoomika (Madalasa Sharma).
Ashwin, who hails from a middle class family always dreams of earning big money in a short time. Suddenly, one day, Bhoomika stumbles upon a chemical, which when sprayed upon an object or a person becomes invisible. Now they use this for all the wrong reasons.
What follows are some scenes that are juvenile and insipid and a chase that takes us for Puducherry to Shani Singhanapur in Maharashtra.
In all of this we have Vivek (Police Inspector), who is supposed to be a wannabe Rajnikanth trying to catch these invisible thieves.
Coming to the performances, well non of them are worth mentioning. Dhruv Bhandari is as wooden and expressionless as a statue. He just does not know if is he going or coming in the film.
Madalasa is just unbearable and let’s not even talk about the rest of the star cast as I may just get very nasty with my vocabulary.
Paisa Ho Paisa has no script as the makes just put together some gags and a stolen theme of Mr. India.
Technically the film has no standards. From dubbing to production values, special effects to some horrendous songs, the film is just all over the place.
After watching Paisa Ho Paisa, you will actually start to question your intelligence and feel like a complete loser because you actually took time off, paid for the ticket and went in to see something as ghastly as this.
Do not even dare to see this one, even if it’s coming on television, because you may end of breaking your television screen half way into one film.
All in all, I am amazed at the makers who had the audacity to actually make a film like this and then had the guts to release the same.
Paisa Ho Paisa is a cheap and mediocre version of the cult film Mr. India. Ashwin (Dhruv Bhandari), is an engineering college student madly in love...0.5