Story: Professional killer Mangal Singh (Sharat Saxena) takes a contract to kill stock market scamster Manu Gupta (Sudhir Pandey) in front of the Goa High Court where he is to undergo a trial. Mangal plans to do the job from a hotel room which is opposite to the court. Suresh Sudhakar (Kavin Dave), a press photographer, is sent to Goa to cover Manu Gupta's trial and checks into the same hotel next to Mangal Singh’s room. Susu (Suresh Sudhakar) tries to meet his ex-wife Pinky (Mandy Takhar), who is living in Goa and in turn creates chaos for Mangal. Story Treatment: Another flick with Mumbai as the prime location of scams, which is ridiculously long-drawn-out as it tests one’s patience. The film is supposed to be funny, but the boring and chaotic situations keep the motive away from the film and seem to be a far-fetched dream. The story is unnecessarily dragged in the second half and makes you sit at the edge of your seat, just to run away. Star Cast: Sharat Saxena is convincing with his body language, but a dull script makes his effort look tasteless. Kavin Dave tries hard to induce few funny moments to an extremely mind-numbing plot. Sanjay Mishra plays his part well, while Mandy Takhar goes unnoticed. Sudhir Pandey is loud and the potty jokes annoy one to the core. Direction: Director fails to make his brilliant star cast work for him due to the weak script and lack of humour, or to be precise no humour. The toilet humour which worked in Delhi Belly has been tried to cash on in Bumboo as well, but unfortunately it doesn’t work for him. Jagdish Rajpurohit makes the attempt unexciting with forced funny moments and in turn brings nothing to the table. Dialogues/cinematography/music: Dialogues are forgettable, mostly ignored due to the extreme chaos which runs throughout the movie. Ups and downs: In the movie, ‘Bumboo’ signifies troubled waters (vaat lagna) and if you wish to be away from such an experience, this movie is strictly prohibited. If you are still looking for a reason to buy a ticket then talented actors like Sharat Saxena, Sanjay Mishra and Kavin Dave trying their best to make you laugh, could be one possible reason to give it a try.