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Masti (2004)

Bored of their wives, best friends, Meet, Prem and Amar, reunite after three years and decide to have an affair - but instead become the prime suspects in a murder investigation.


Indra Kumar


Milap Zaveri (screenplay), Tushar Hiranandani (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Aftab Shivdasani ... Prem
Vivek Oberoi ... Meet
Riteish Deshmukh ... Rohit (as Ritesh Deshmukh)
Amrita Rao ... Aanchal
Tara Sharma ... Geeta
Genelia D'Souza ... Bindiya
Ajay Devgn ... Inspector Sikander
Lara Dutta ... Monica
Archana Puran Singh ... Bindya's mom (as Archana Puransingh)
Satish Shah ... Dr. Kapadia
Suresh Menon ... Prem's co-worker
Rakhi Sawant ... Ms.Saxena
Shahbaaz Khan ... Inspector Bapat / Blackmailer
Divya Palat Divya Palat ... Sheetal
Seema Pandey Seema Pandey ... Lily Lele


A murder is committed in a town in India and the Police ask a senior policeman to deal with his matter. His name is Sikanker and he begins his investigations and after doing so, he finds that he has three suspects. Three men, who are all married, but have been involved in seducing a woman named Monica. The three men are Amar, Prem, and Meet, who all claim their innocence - but in Sikander's books - they are all guilty until they prove themselves innocent. How can they prove themselves innocent, when their very wives will refuse to speak up on their behalf? Written by Sumitra (corrected by Carrie)

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Did You Know?


Fardeen Khan and Saif Ali Khan were originally signed to play the role of Amar and Prem, but they later dropped out of the film. See more »


In the end it's revealed it was all a plan then how come Lara was not breathing when she was found dead. See more »


Followed by Grand Masti (2013) See more »


Saiyanji Baiyan Chhudake
Written by Sameer
Composed by Anand Raj Anand
Performed by Gayatri Iyer, Meghna Oberoi and Sneha Pant
Courtesy of Super Cassettes Industries Limited (T-Series)
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Hilarious Movie! Great acting, but perhaps a weak plot.
31 May 2004 | by rokenSee all my reviews

Masti is one of the most enjoyable Indian comedies released since 'Dil Chatah Hai', and is a must see for Bollywood movie goers who enjoy comedies and are open minded.

The start of the movie is superb, with effortless acting and great comic timing shown by the main actors; the first 1/3 of the movie deserves a 10/10. Later however, the film tries to take itself too seriously and fails in some respects; Ajay Devgan showed dry acting for a very dry role, 'I hate crime, and i hate criminals'; please...

However the dialog remains enjoyable throughout, and the ending seems to tie things up well. The songs are also fun and stay within the plot of the film; i.e. no flying off to different locations around the world changing clothes every few lines.

As for the girls, Amrita Rao is the Queen of Cute; both she and Lara seem to be the only girls with acting and dancing abilities. However the rest may something to be desired in different departments.

All round, this movie is packed full of laughs and Masti, which all make up for the lack of plot, and thus Masti is a must see if you enjoy a good laugh.

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Release Date:

9 April 2004 (USA) See more »

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$162,687, 11 April 2004

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