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Mumbai Mast Kallander (2011)

A hair-stylist with money problems overhears a plot to kidnap her landlord's son.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mohsin ...
Ram Lakhan Yadav
Muzzi ...
Shyam Lakhan Yadav
Rhea (as Shilpa)
Luna ...
Megha Chatterjee
Tarun Anand ...
Aditya V. Raheja (as Tarun)
Shankar Sachdev ...
Inspector Shankar Sachdev
Aakash Deep ...
Havaldar Pingle
Rajendra Sethi ...
Vikram Raheja (as Rajendra Shethi)
Badey Bhaiya
Rajiv ...
P.A. to Raheja
Jaan ...
Bhoja / Ghatkopar
Ashraf Ul Haq ...
Shahenshah (as Ashraf)
Vineet Kapoor ...
Hitlet Yaadya
Raj Shekhar ...
Director at Audtion (as Raj Shekhar)
Vikrant ...


Born in Ballygunge, Kolkata, Megha Chatterjee now lives in Mumbai and hopes to make it big in Bollywood. She has a hair-stylist friend in Rhea who has recently rented 'Billy's Family Salon' in Lokhandwala Complex from Vikram Raheja and hopes to attract many clients. But her hopes are dashed when Vikram asks her to vacate the premise until she comes up with Rs.52 Lakhs. Then two Gorakhpur-born naive males, Ram and Shyam Yadav, come to her for a make-over and blurt out that they are going to abduct Vikram's son, Aditya, and hold him until his father pays a huge ransom. Rhea and Megha ponder over this, decide to kidnap Aditya on their own, and hold him until his father pays them 52 Lakhs. They find out that the kidnapping is supposed to take place at a Mythological theme party, and they make all due preparations - not realizing that Murphy's Law will soon prevail and everything will get out of control. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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14 January 2011 (India)  »

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