Fast-talking, shifty eyed Chief Minister is due for surgery but develops complications and passes away. He is whisked away by Yumraaj, the God of Death, to the heavenly gates, where the ... See full summary »

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Chief Minister / Manav (as Anjan Srivastava)
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Indra
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Yumraaj (as Vijoo Khote)
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Narad
Sharbani Mukherji ...
Menaka (as Sharbani Mukherjee)
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Kamdev
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Yumdoot
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Manjubhai Patel
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Fast-talking, shifty eyed Chief Minister is due for surgery but develops complications and passes away. He is whisked away by Yumraaj, the God of Death, to the heavenly gates, where the Minister must make a choice between Heaven and Swarg. Heaven did not seem too colorful, so the Minister chose Swarg, full of song and beautiful dancing women. Once in Swarg, he meets with Lord Indra, and sets about expressing dissatisfaction about the way things are run in Swarg. He then sets about creating chaos and division to the bewildered inhabitants, into creating a oppostion to Lord Indra, with hilarious and unpredictable results. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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God only knows why they made this movie?????
14 September 2005 | by (India) – See all my reviews

This movie is a attempt at satire of Indian politics. But unfortunately it fails in it. First of all this movie is made a "English" movie. Was director expecting a World wide audience??? If the movie would have been made in Hindi which is the best language for satire it would have been enjoyable. The cast I should say is adequate for this kind of movie but would have loved to see more of Johny Lever. Music was any way just a bunch of famous Hindi/English songs (No marks for answering the language of lyrics). But dance numbers were good because some hot chicks were dancing around. This movie is technically good and gives a feel of a watching a bollywood movie in a glance but if u watch the movie for some time u tend to feel "God only knows!!! why they made this movie" (May be I met the directors expectation from audience)


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