Kailashnath is a wealthy widower, who lives in a palatial house with three grown sons, Randhir, Rajiv, Rishi, and a younger school-going son. He manages the business on his own, but would ... See full summary »
Ajay gets married to his childhood friend Durga; who is illiterate unable to differentiate between the style of these days and that of long time ago. When Ajay is given the post as police ... See full summary »
A Bombay police officer seeks revenge when his brother is killed by a powerful underworld figure. Things get complicated when a matinee movie idol begins to tag along the policeman so he can research a movie role.
After conning and humiliating a Mumbai-based gangster, Anthony Gonsalves, on two different occasions, two con-men, Bhagat Bhosle - who stole a suitcase containing cash - and Chetan Chouhan - who stole his vehicle - end up in Bangkok. Once there, Chetan poses as a social worker and attempts to raise funds for orphans in Somalia as well as win the heart of a wealthy woman, Khushi. Bhagat also ventures on the scene and attempts to win her heart by feigning blindness. The duo make hilarious attempts to outdo each other - little knowing that soon things are going to change after Khushi gets abducted by a vengeful Anthony. Written by
The story is really bad and nonsense. Yes, I know these kind of movies are supposed to be light-hearted and fun and not make much sense too but come on!
The comedy part is not funny at all (a man pretending to be blind looking at a girl change her clothes = comedy in this movie). Comedy nowadays in Bollywood means vulgarity and cheap jokes. Where are those good old funny movies which actually made you laugh. And pairing Sanjay Dutt with Kangana; seriously? Kangana was trying really hard to be funny but in vain. Ajay is okay.
Only good part (very little though) was Arjun Rampal's guest appearance. That's it. DOn't watch the movie (atleast not in a hall). Awful!!
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