Megha Timghure, a plain-looking middle-class girl, lives with her mom, Laxmi, and dad, who is employed as an an Income Tax Officer. Her desire is to become a model and a beauty queen. At a ... See full summary »

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Zulfi Sayed ...
Varun (as Zulfikar Syed)
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Sarika Verma / Mehga Timghure
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Almera Kochar
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'Tiny' Kochar
Peeya Rai Chowdhary
Jayant Kripalani ...
Mr. Arya
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Laxmi Timghure
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Qasim Khan Qayamat
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Mr. Timghure
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Megha Timghure, a plain-looking middle-class girl, lives with her mom, Laxmi, and dad, who is employed as an an Income Tax Officer. Her desire is to become a model and a beauty queen. At a party, she is mis-introduced as Sarika Verma, and meets with two eligible young men, Rizwan, and Varun Arya. She expresses desire in becoming a model and is referred to Almera Kochar, who has a reputation of bringing out the best in every model, and making them beauty queens. Almera meets with Sarika, and accepts her as a student, and makes her sign a contract. What Sarika does not know that she has now become a pawn in a devious plot concocted to protect millions gained by black marketing. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Fun-filled movie
23 October 2003 | by (San Jose, CA, US) – See all my reviews

From the budget and the cast, I had low expectations. However, I was "pleasantly surprised." This film is a simple story with no melodrama, songs shot in Europe, or any thought-provoking message. It's a cute comedy. The confusion with Sarika is amusing and Almira Kocher's character is something to laugh at. Om Puri and his dumb gang make a spoof on Bollywood dons. Stupid yet funny events occur throughout the movie such as a bunch of celebrities attending a don's party in a dilapidated shack. This movie is no masterpiece, but it's a fun flick to watch on some random day. The song "Kehte Kehte" is fabulous.


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