God Tussi Great Ho(2008) Movie Preview
God Tussi Great Ho, written & directed by Rumi Jaffery is a forthcoming Indian film under the production of Afzal Khan.An apparent remake of BRUCE ALMIGHTY (2003), God Tussi Great Ho has Big B and Salman Khan stepping in for Morgan Freeman and Jim Carrey respectively. Interestingly this movie too has a similar storyline with a suited-booted God (played by Amitabh Bachchan) gifting divine powers to Salman Khan for 10 days to run the world as per his wishes.The film is currently scheduled to release on August 15, 2008.
1) Amitabh Bachchan aka God: If God spoke, it would surely be in that deep baritone! And of course, God would be tall and dignified and well dressed. And surely he would have that twinkle in his eyes that in an instant could change into steely flint.
2) Salman Khan aka Arun Prajapati: Whether it’s losing his balance or losing his job or losing his girl, Arun is convinced God and only God is to be blamed. But if you were in that whacked out zone that Arun inhabits – you would too!
3) Priyanka Chopra aka Alia Kapoor: If you were as smart and pretty as Alia who would you love? A loser like Arun or a winner like Rocky? It says loads about her character that Alia sees through the chaff and picks the good-hearted failure – Arun.
4) Sohail Khan aka Rocky: London returned, smart and smarmy, his easy going exterior hides his devilish intentions. When he wants something, he gets it – by fair means or foul usually it’s the latter.
At the end of the worst day in his life, Arun Prajapati (Salman Khan) angrily rages against God for making his life miserable. To his astonishment, God (Amitabh Bachchan) appears before him in human form and endowing Arun with all of his divine powers, challenges Arun to take on the big job and see if he can do it any better.
Arun responds to his newfound powers with childlike zeal and sets off making one hysterical yet disastrous decision one after another. The love of his life Alia (Priyanka Chopra) is astonished at the ‘new’ decisive and confident Arun. He thinks he can make the world a happy place by granting everybody their wishes. But to his horror, this results in unprecedented mayhem. Ultimately, Arun realises that he is only human, and being God is tougher than he thought!