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Don Muthu Swami (2008)

 |  Comedy, Drama  |  23 May 2008 (India)
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Don Muthu Swami is one of Bombay's most fearsome gangsters. On his deathbed, his father forces him to make a promise: that from now on he will lead a decent life. From that moment onwards, ... See full summary »



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Credited cast:
Mithun Chakraborty ...
Don Muthu I. Swami
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ali Asghar ...
Arun Bakshi ...
Inspector Bakshi
Rakesh Bedi ...
Fikarchand Kapdasilani
Sanjana M. Swami
Birbal ...
Yusuf Hussain ...
Dilip Joshi ...
Shikarchand Kapdasilani
Shakti Kapoor ...
Sonia Kapur ...
Bakshi's assistant (as Sonia Kapoor)
Ashwin Kaushal
Viju Khote ...
Vishal Kotian ...
Meghna Malik ...
Dolly Minhas ...
Lata M. Swami


Don Muthu Swami is one of Bombay's most fearsome gangsters. On his deathbed, his father forces him to make a promise: that from now on he will lead a decent life. From that moment onwards, the don has a new purpose in life: to become Sir Muthu Swami instead. On of his new goals is to become fluent in Urdu, for which purpose he hires the young Jaikishan as a teacher. Don Muthu Swami has a beautiful daughter, Sanjana, whom he wants to get married to Pradhan, the son of his close friend. However, the don's right hand man, Preetam, asks for her hand as well. To impress Don Muthu Swami, he claims to be very rich by stealing millions from his employer. Sanjana herself, on the other hand, is desperate to get married to Jaikishan, and to scare off Pradhan, she fakes to be pregnant. The Don believe Preetam must be the culprit, but as it turns out, the girl Preetam loves is not Sanjana, but another girl who claims to be Don Muthu Swami's daughter, Ranjana. Written by Jan van Steenbergen

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Aaye Jo Tum Samne
Lyrics by Rahat Indori, Amitabh Verma
Composed by Anu Malik
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Mithunda rocks!!!!!
5 June 2009 | by (India) – See all my reviews

'Don Muthuswami' is a subject, which would've clicked all the way in the 80's and 90's, but in 2008 not sure. The film is a remake of the Stallone hit 'Oscar', but our real concern is that does the film entertain. To answer that simply - Mithun can never be doubted. The film is does entertain and the film is truly funny at times and the credit goes to 3-time National Award Winner. He is the life of the film and minus him the film would've fallen flat.

'Don Muthuswami' has some really funny moments and has a trump card: Mithun, but otherwise its a routine fare with a lot noise and action running throughout. To sum up, A fairly decent entertainer!

Performances: As mentioned earlier, Mithun is the life of Don Muthuswami. Rohit Roy is terrific. Hrishita bhatt is alright. Mohit Raina is fare. Shakti Kapoor, Vishal Kotian, Rakesh Bedi and Dilip Joshi are funny in their roles. Others are adequate.

on the whole 'Don Muthuswami' aka Sir Muthuswami is the only trump card the venture has to offer.

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