Babu Rao, Raju and Shyam, are living happily after having risen from rags to riches. Still, money brings the joy of riches and with it the greed to make more money - and so, with a don as an unknowing investor, Raju initiates a new game.
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Arbaaz Ali Khan
Using their wits, Ganpatrao "Babubhai" Apte, Ghanshyam "Shyam", and Raju find themselves wealthy beyond their imagination. They each have a car, a palatial house with a huge swimming pool, that Babubhai is yet to familiarize himself with, and a very easy life. Then Raju finds out that he can double his wealth in 21 days, and meets with an attractive young woman named Anuradha from an agency in Bombay's business district. She informs him that the minimum investment is one Crore, and Raju quickly agrees to invest this money. He dupes another man by the name of Pappu into parting with 50 Lakhs, and the rest of the money comes through by getting Shyam and Babu to sign away their respective investments. After 21 days when the trio go to collect their doubled wealth, they find that Anuradha and her company have disappeared. Devastated, they move out of their bungalow and are now living in a shanty room in a Chawl when they get a visit from Pappu, who wants his money back, as he owes this ... Written by
Priyadarshan refused to direct the film as he felt the magic could be created only once, hence Neeraj Vohra was brought in. Coincidentally the film released on the same day as Priyadarshan's Chup Chup Ke but Phir Hera Pheri was a big hit and Chup Chup Ke just an average grosser. See more »
This DISGUSTING piece of SH*T ruined Lock Stock for me!
Yes i was one of those unfortunate fellows who got to watch this CRAP FEST before i could get my hands on Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, a movie which has rightfully earned its place among the 5 best movies i have ever seen, and made Guy Ritchie my fav director!
But this GARBAGE made me a bit aware of what might happen next in Lock Stock...! And i can never ever forgive Bollywood for such Blasphemy!!
I mean first of all, how can u even THINK of ripping off one of the best cult classics ever to emerge out of British Cinema!? And then to convert it SO DAM POORLY into the second half of a movie with absolutely no strengths but the mere fact that the first one was a huge hit!!? The director n writer should be SODOMISED WITH DONKEY D*CKS for merely thinking abt doing such a thing!
I was literally pulling my hair when i started to notice the similarity of Lock Stock to this SHITTY DUMBASS FLICK! But the greatness of Lock Stock was such that it bypassed this similarity and removed it from my mind, with its excellent screenplay and camera-work and characters doing their job to the last pence!
Btw, Lock Stock earned back its budget in the opening weekend itself, and made Jason Statham and Vinnie Jones Hollywood stars overnight!
But what can you expect from Bollywood nowadays when Akshay Kumar is now the highest paid actor and all his recent movies has him playin THE SAME DAM CHARACTER over n over n over again!!
This SORRY EXCUSE FOR A MOVIE should be BURNED TO HELL along with all the people who thought this movie was good! (yukkk!)
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