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)
Vihang Nayak ...
Narad
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Menaka (as Sharbani Mukherjee)
Kishore Pradhan ...
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Kamdev
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Yumdoot
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Benika ...
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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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Not that Bad!!
16 October 2008 | by (India) – See all my reviews

OK, I saw this movie 3 years back and it's still a memory. I don't know why people are shouting, this movie being pathetic. OK, this movie is not a great movie to see but it definitely isn't gross. Great sense of humor provided at regular times and a well planned movie. I recommend the viewers to see it whenever they're stressed; it works as a stress buster. I still wonder why people still look for Yash Raj kind of sick movies and discard such low profile but good movies. Performances by Anjan Srivastava, Viju Khote and Sharbani Mukherjee is appreciable. Trying to convey a message on Indian politicians, this movie shows how an Indian politician can even do politics in Hell too. He can even unbalance the atmosphere of "Nark" and annoy "Yamraj". I'm not good in commenting but whole in whole, this movie is great for once a watch type of audience.


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