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An unemployed youth (Kamal) dreams of living well. One evening, he finds a drunken industrialist (Sameer Khakkar) passed out in a gutter, and takes the opportunity to switch places with him. He finds love, intrigue, and the good life in his new home, Pushpak, a hotel where the industrialist was booked in. A silent masterpiece. Written by
rare movie that too in the mainstream Indian cinema. a movie with out words, but conveys much more than words can convey. good direction , good screen play , good background score, good acting. the movie has mixed emotions , comedy, sentiment , love. funny way of handling the scenes of unemployed poor guy. how he tastes fortune in impersonation. the craziest scene is how the guy poses that he has more money than the beggar and get insulted as the beggar has more money than him. later after stealing money he goes near the beggar to show of his money and feels sorry to see the beggar dead and people running after beggar's money. even the romance scenes are handled well.
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