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Four lazy slacker conmen buddies who are jobless, homeless and broke learn about the secret of a hidden treasure from a dying thief and later embark on a race against time to find the mobster's buried treasure and claim it while being pursued by a determined police inspector who is hellbent to get the treasure all by himself.
Kaya, a Buddhist village girl from Spiti, is waiting to join the monastery. An elderly lama, dreams of his teacher's rebirth and Kaya is assigned to find and bring the reincarnated boy to ... See full summary »
Mumbai-based collegian-slackers Sid(Arshad Warsi), John(Ashish Chodhry) and Amit(Yash Tonk) do graduate after several years, are unable to find employment, and form a Punjabi Rock Band with the help of a gangster, Munnabhai(Ashish Vidhyarthi). When John's attempts to woo fellow-collegian, Natasha (Arti Chabria), go in vain, his buddies assist him in pursuing a beauty named Sheetal(Udita Goswami), and John falls head-over-heels in love with her. He introduces her to his wealthy father, Albert (Adi Irani), who would prefer that he take over their business - a toy factory - and upon being refused, asks him to leave. Sid and Amit soon find that Sheetal, an expert in martial-arts, is very possessive, does not approve of their lifestyle, and prevents John from seeing them. Watch what happens when John finds out that Sheetal has been abducted, believed to be dead, and the culprits are none other than Sid and Amit.Written by
Bollywood version of Saving Silverman from Hollywood.
Yet another copy of a Hollywood movie made into bollywood. Few changes here and there but the main plot/climax/characters were copied from Saving Silverman, although not even close to how funny Steve Zahn, Jack Black, Jason Biggs, and Amanda Peet were. No wonder this movie was suppose to release in 2005 but didn't come out until 2009. A lot of things were missing, Arshad Warsi did pretty well, but playing Jack Black's part is not even gonna be on his level. Just another typical bolly movie leaving u with a very minimal laughter. I wouldn't say it was terrible, but it was a mediocre performance. If u like Hollywood movies, then skip this and watch Saving Silverman instead, trust me you will be peeing ur self from laughter.
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