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Siddharth , Omi and Jai are close friends and room mates who are studying at Delhi University. Siddharth has completed M.A in Economics and is preparing for PhD. Siddharth is very studious and spends most of his time with books whereas Omi and Jai are busy in chasing girls, watching movies or dramas; only common thing among them is smoking. One day Omi and Jai see a girl who is new to their neighborhood and try to impress her by their tricks; they give up when both of them experience shameful events. After some days, Neha shows up as Chamko washing powder salesgirl to their flat, upon seeing whom Jai and Omi hide quickly. Siddharth sees Neha for the first time and a love story begins. But when his two friends find out, they decide to put an end to their relationship as a revenge to the embarrassment inflicted upon them by the girl. Initially they succeed in separating Siddharth and Neha but later on repent when they find that Siddharth lost his interest in work and study and also ... Written by
Govinda has stated that he came up with the idea of the movie to David Dhawan and wanted to play the role that would then be offered to Rishi Kapoor. He wanted at least a guest appearance which he wasn't given either. This has caused a rift between Govinda and David Dhawan and may never work with each other again. See more »
When Ali Zafar goes to convince Tapsee Pannu at her home, the dog is following him inside, but in the next shot, the dog has disappeared. See more »
If you can't change the girl... CHANGE the girl.
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Despite a number of flaws,CHASHME BADDOOR is something that ought not be missed
Making a "GOOD" comedy movie isn't an easy task.....David Dhawan was going through a bad phase as almost all his previous movies were SMASHED by the critics......but "GONE ARE THE DAYS"....This time he surely delivers a "LAUGH RIOT"
Ali Zafar's choice of films proves to be SMART yet again.....He still lacks as an ACTOR but is improving and with the passage of time he is also blending quite well in the magical WORLD of BOLLYWOOD.....And that's really important!!!.....On the whole....His performance is DECENT!!!
GREAT GREAT GREAT performances by Divyendu Sharma and Siddharth Narayan!!!......You'll be BUSTING A GUT whenever they are in the frame!!! I simply LOVED them.......Wayyyyyyy to Go!!! *KUDOS*
Taapsee Pannu provides more than what one can expect from a DEBUTANT!!! Nice Job!!!
PUTTING AN END to a movie has always been a problem for BOLLYWOOD directors...And it seems to be a problem for David DHAWAN as well!!!.....Sajid-Wajid fails as the songs lack the required potential....Some scenes are dragged miserably!!!
Apart from these few issues......CHASHME BADDOOR is something that ought not be missed!!! Recommended!!!
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