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To pay off their gambling debt, four best friends kidnap an organized crime figure having mistaken him for a wealthy businessman.


Hriday Shetty


Yash Gawli (screenplay) (as Yash-Vinay), Sanjay Gupta (story) | 3 more credits »




Credited cast:
Sanjay Dutt ... Mussabhai
Priyanka Chopra ... Rani
Dino Morea ... Bobby
Sameera Reddy ... Sapna
Sanjay Suri ... Lucky
Rohit Roy ... Omi
Bikram Saluja Bikram Saluja ... Jay
Riya Sen ... Shalini
Sanjay Mishra ... Giggi
Payal Rohatgi ... Tanya
Sharad S. Kapoor
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Razak Khan ... Atma (Film-maker)
Mukesh Khanna ... Alibhai (Mussa's boss)
Mahesh Manjrekar ... Sultan


Bobby, Lucky, Jai and Omi are four young men, each one with his own reason to come to the great city of Mumbai. They meet en route to Mumbai and become best friends. Lucky is a cardsharp with a magnificent winning streak. But when he plays his first high-stakes card game, he is cheated into losing by a shady gangster Aslambhai and ends up owing a large amount of money. Omi hatches a plot to kidnap a rich businessman whom he has seen in a bar. The kidnapping goes as planned, but then they discover that the person they have kidnapped is not a businessman but a powerful and deadly organized crime figure named Musabhai. Musabhai would be more than happy to get rid of the four for their nerve but discovers that by kidnapping him, they unintentionally thwarted a mob hit on his life which was to take place sometime later. In exchange for sparing their life, Musa recruits the four youngsters to help him in striking back at his longtime rival Sultan. Written by Soumitra

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Hota Hai Hota Hai
Sung by Kumar Sanu & Sunidhi Chauhan
Composed by Vishal Dadlani & Shekhar Ravjiani
Lyrics by Kumaar
Courtesy of Super Cassettes Industries Limited (T-Series)
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A glamorous look at the harsh reality
8 March 2004 | by AishFanSee all my reviews

The first half of this movie is absolutely terrible! There is definitely not a single development/no plot whatsoever in the first half. The four guys' living conditions in Mumbai was too glossed over, and Sanjay's life as a don was too "filmi." The special effects guy got carried away in this movie like in Khel. Everyone gave a good performance, though. As expected, Sanjay did a wonderful job. I really liked his "Armani suit is a coffin" monologue. Priyanka, of course, was fabulous. Any movie has room for her breathtaking looks and vivacious acting. Of the four guys, Bikram Saluja was surprisingly the best. The songs were totally awesome, especially "Pyaar Aaya"--I just can't get enough of that song. The DVD is made really well. It has terrific 5.1 sound. The movie picks up slightly in the second half but still doesn't make an exciting story.

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