A complete and total movie about nonsense : introducing De Dana Dan.If you are one of those people who love to throw money down the garbage this is the one to do it on. Its power to mock every rule of sensible and intelligent filmmaking simply infuriates and exasperates you to a point of complete breakdown of communication between cinema and art.The characters are fairly funny to begin with. Akshay Kumar as Archana Puran Singh’s slave–driver is the portrait of anguished hilarity. He brings to his part of the servile toy-boy a kind of facile fury that flaunts an easygoing sense of self-deprecating comedy. There are more characters romping in confusion in ‘De Dena Dan’ than in any of Priyadarshan’s over-crowded comedies. Two marriageable women (Katrina Kaif and Sameera Redddy) with secret lovers, their harassed fathers, Tinu Anand and Manoj Joshi, an avaricious father-in-law-to-be (Paresh Rawal) and his son (Chunky Pandey), a tart (Neha Dhupia) willing to sleep with anyone who pays. And that includes poor Vikram Gokhale who looks out of place in the boisterous goings-on.A complete utter rubbish by Priyadarshan, the least we expected after the masters of bhool bhulaiya.Final Rating : 1 star