It has been one of the most successful formulae of Hindi films, where two guys, who invariably are friends, chase a girl. The metamorphosis that the idea has undergone is that in the earlier times while one guy would withdraw and sacrifice, and provide an opportunity for pathos and sorrow, it has been replaced by machinations, with the objective of creating humorous scenes. RASCALS is the latest addition to this category, where two of the finest comedians of the present times, Sanjay Dutt and Ajay Devgn pair together for a madcap to grab the interest of Kangana Ranaut. For Sanjay Dutt it indeed is an evolution from SAAJAN where he had played the role of a silent lover boy who was ready to sacrifice his love for Madhuri Dixit for the sake of his half-brother Salman Khan. RASCALS as the name suggests provides an opportunity to both these actors to be as cunning as ever to grab the attention of Kangana Ranaut and in the process create comical situations, be it through getups or otherwise. As the reference of RASCALS is derived from using comic situations to grab the eyeballs of the female, here is an attempt to have a relook at such attempts from the past.