The film also includes an entirely unneeded subplot with a cop (Jaaved Jaaferi) who is pursuing the brothers. It does result in some laughter, but it has little bearing on the overall plot. A tangential scene early in the film concerning Rajpal Yadav has the same effect; it’s just some extra hilarity in a film that stays true to its comic moorings throughout. How often did I wish Kripalani had replaced a couple of the film’s massy-humour set-pieces with some massy-horror set-pieces? IMDB
The film’s muddled messaging about superstition is another odd small feature, but it’s tiny. While the film starts condemns naive trust and belief in ghosts and the paranormal as a social evil through Khan’s character, it eventually sees them dealing with a scary extraterrestrial monster. While this is fine in terms of plot, it does seem weird that it should turn around halfway through. Clearly, the first fight against superstition was just a sidebar, not something that was intended to be part of the message.