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Kishen is a newspaper baron married to Kaajal, a housewife who suspects her husband of having numerous non-existent affairs. Pooja is the believing wife of ever-philandering globe-trotting ... See full summary »
Uday Shetty and Majnu Bhai have left the underworld, and are now big businessmen. Two women, Chandni and Maharani, enter their life. Chandni is the new love in Uday Shetty and Majnu's life and both friends dream of tying the knot with her. However, Appa - Uday's father, plays spoilsport by bringing in his other daughter, Ranjana. He tells Uday Shetty to get her married to someone from a good family. Maharani puts a condition that only after her sister is married, will Chandni will marry one of them. Now, a search to find a suitable husband for Ranjana starts. Written by
This movie is a crap. South Indian movies are now moving towards Hollywood and our so called Bollywood is degrading itself by making movie like this. I watched it for Brahmanandam but he is not in the movie for a heavy role. Plot was not as good as expected. The maker tried to make a spicy movie but failed and produced a KHICHDI. These type of movies are such a shame of Indian Bollywood. I wasted my 2.30 hrs watching this crap. Naseeruddin shah was not enough good as RDX. Mark my word John Abraham can never be an actor he is good at modelling so go back John this is not your cup of tea. Shruti should stay in South industry as its a very bad movie for her career. Picturisation is not good. Director used sports car for the Shareef Businessman where is your mind director?
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