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Buddha Mar Gaya (2007)

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A rich industrialist pops it just before the IPO of his company - the family must now conceal his death till all the shares are sold.

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Credited cast:
Mona Ambegaonkar
Jitender Bhargava
Birbal ...
Havaldar
Heenaa Biswas
Prem Chopra ...
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Mannat Kaur
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Laxmikant 'LK' Kabadiya
Khurshed Lawyer
Mahabanoo Mody-Kotwal ...
Prerna 'Bua' Kabadiya
Bobby Parvez
Vinay Pathak
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Vidyut 'Vidya' Baba
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Laxmikant Kabadiya and his twin-sister, Prerna, started as mere beggars near Dadar Railway Station, and with the assistance of Vidyut Baba, they moved to collecting garbage, and recyclables, established their own recycling business, slowly acquired wealth and became multi-millionaires. Laxmikant went on to get married and sired two sons, Sameer and Ranjeet, who, in turn, went on to get married to Anju and Shruti. While Ranjeet has two daughters, Sanjana and Namrata, Sameer has one son, Pawan. Vidyut Baba, a Bi-sexual, is now their family Guru, and they have a trusted family servant named Ramu. The Kabadia family is now ready to launch it's first Public Offering, which will generate Crores of Rupees. The entire family is all set to enjoy this new-found wealth when they find out that while being intimate with a sexy, struggling actress, Kim, widower Laxmikant has passed away. The entire family know that this will ruin their future plans and decide to keep his death a secret. They ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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$13,871 (USA) (17 August 2007)

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A shame for the Bollywood movies

I will really amazed by the people who had went to theaters to watch this movie and has watched till end. These people are either blind and deaf or this is the first movie they are watching in their life. It is not that this is the worst movie made ever, but such thrash coming from the people who has given movie like "Gupt" is really saddening.

The base of the movie is adult comedy, stupid sense of humor, and making fun of a dead body. A rich businessman dies, but because his family needs his wealth they are showing the world outside that he is still alive, by moving his dead body around. Meanwhile, for some or the other reason they are also cutting different parts from the dead body. Also at each day one of the other family friend is getting killed by this family, and again they have to move the dead body as it is alive and show it to the world. Also, while achieving this horrendous task, the family also finds out the shady truths about their family members. These truths vary from woman having affair with another man, man having affair with man, and also the children finding out that their real father is different, and for that they are being proud to moms.

The bad thing about the movie is the movie has some great actors of current era like Paresh Rawal, and Om Puri. Having such great actors in such kind of movies is very saddening, as it makes to think us what is that which makes actors signing movie.

I have rated this movie 1/10 as this is the least vote I can give. Unfortunately IMDb does not support negative ranking. This movie is the greatest insult to the Indian culture and family values. Its not that the movie with such subjects should always be bad, but then the dialogs, the scenes, the characters, and overall presentation is very very bad. They say that you will die laughing, but at the end you may want to suicide with shame.


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