When a major shareholder of GA Advertising wants this firm to advertise a milk-based product, he expects the Manager, Patwardhan, and his staff to come up with a fresh innocent face. A ... See full summary »

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Bhavna Rakesh Verma
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Gaurishankar Yadav
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Advocate Khalil Sheikh
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Patwardhan
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(as Gayatri Patel)
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Judge
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Private Eye
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Chandraprakash Sharma
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Sushila Chandraprakash Sharma
Gauri Karekar
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Bhavna's sister-in-law
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Rakesh Verma
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Bhavna's brother
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When a major shareholder of GA Advertising wants this firm to advertise a milk-based product, he expects the Manager, Patwardhan, and his staff to come up with a fresh innocent face. A hapless Patwardhan cannot think of anyone more fresh nor innocent looking that his Book-keeper, Chandraprakash Sharma, who immediately agrees to his boss's request. Chandraprakash subsequently brings his wife, Sushma, to meet with Patwardhan, and several photographs are taken of the couple, which are then made into posters to be displayed everywhere in the city. All goes well, until Patwardhan finds out that Chandraprakash is not as innocent as he looks, for the woman he introduced as his wife, is not his wife at all but a woman named Bhavna Verma, who has recently applied for a divorce from her husband, Rakesh,and is on the verge of inheriting a whooping 10 crore rupees from her late grandfather. Watch how a hapless Chandraprakash attempts to stop the posters from going public, and keep his real wife ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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17 June 2005 (India)  »

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INR 50,000,000 (estimated)
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The story line is similar to Marathi film Shezaari Shezaari 1990 staring Laxmikanth Berde and Ashok Saraf. See more »

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better director would have done wonders for it but decent attempt.
3 September 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I watched this film and thought some may say the film's subject has been repeated before felt it was a decent attempt from Govinda considering he made it on a low budget with no really big stars or big publicity.

Personally i do not see why many critics and people complain about the subject being old. Look at films like Hum Saath Saath Hain, Dil to Pagal Hai, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. Haven't the subjects they been based on been repeated before? So why complain about Sukh when even directors like Yash Chopra, Karan Johar have picked themes that have been before? Beats me.

Anyway, what could have help this film is a better director. Govinda's brother Kirti Kumar (actual name Kirti Ahuja) directed this film and he has not been able to capture the magic he had in Hatya. Hatya remains his best film and this film doesn't change that. Unfortunately he fails as the director to infuse some life in the script.

Govinda does a good job. At least he has tried something different and to be fair he does do a good job. There is a certain honesty and sincerity about his performance especially towards the end. The only thing i say is he should get himself into shape. A fitter Govinda is much better even if the films are not doing well.

Preeti Jaganani is o.k, she looked comfortable opposite Govinda despite the age difference. They do share good chemistry and i hope they star together in better films and with Govinda trimmed down. Chunky Pandey isn't that bad but the chemistry and spark between him and Govinda is not as great as it was in Aankhen. Aarti from my view wasn't great but not bad either, i didn't really have any complaints of her character or performance.

The film shows how sometimes the simplest of men can become greedy for money in today's world and how trust and love is important for a successful marriage.

I don't think the film isn't really a film for teenagers or young adults. It is more aimed at the elderly and couples in their 30s and mid to late 20s from my view but i might be wrong.

The film is worth a watch for Govinda and the message it is portraying. A decent attempt by Govinda but direction would have made it even better.

My Rating- 6/10


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