Bombay City lives in fear of a notorious thief who calls himself Chindi Chor, and steals whenever and whatever he desires without any regard to security, and police protection. When Ghoshal...
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Bombay City lives in fear of a notorious thief who calls himself Chindi Chor, and steals whenever and whatever he desires without any regard to security, and police protection. When Ghoshal announces the exhibition and subsequent auction of Emperor Babushah's crown, Chindi challenges him that he is going to steal this priceless crown, and Ghosal accepts the challenge, and hires private security guards. Chindi carries out the theft, and two of the security guards, Vikram and Ajay, and an accomplice, John D'Souza, become prime suspects, and are on the run. They must apprehend Chindi and recover the crown to absolve themselves of this crime. While being chased by security guards, the trio crash into a wall, and are transported back to the 10th century, straight into the palace of Emperor Babushah himself. The trio think they are on the sets of a Bollywood movie, and take nothing seriously, until they are imprisoned. It is then the hapless trio realize that they must not only escape, but ...Written by
After the disastrous Jodi Kya Banai Wah Wah Ramji, Paresh Rawal yet again delivers a low-IQ "comedy" in Fun2shh. I don't know why this film was marketed as a mass audience film. I feel little kids would enjoy this movie, and it should have been publicized as one. Paresh Rawal better start picking up good scripts because he's losing the credibility he gained after giving sidesplitting humor in Hungama and Hera Pheri. The songs in Fun2shh were pretty lame except "Yeh Dhuaan Dhuaan." That was quite melodious and interesting. This movie also conjured Kadar Khan, comedian of the '80s, and Farida Jalal, mom of the '90s. Surprise, surprise. They make the film look quite outdated, especially Kadar Khan.
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