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Laxminarayan lives a poor lifestyle in Mumbai along with his widowed mother, Kanta, who wants him to be a successful gangster like Batlabhai, and would like him to kill a few people, make enough money, then get married to Khujli's daughter, Meena. In order to fulfill his mother's wish, Laxminarayan accepts a contract to kill D'Mello Yadav, a Pondi-based gangster, who has stolen a diamond from Batla. Then there is Laxminarayan, the detailed and obedient Secretary of D.M. Pipat, who wants him to buy a vintage car from a Pondi-based used car dealer, Laila. Finally, there is the third Laxminarayan, who sells undergarments and runs a business 'Bulbul Lingerie' along with his son, Sonu, who decides to travel to Pondi to meet with his new supplier, Jiya. The trio all arrive and book rooms next to each other in Blue Diamond Hotel. Their respective lives will be hilariously turned upside down when Pipat's assistant will be mistaken for Kanta's son, and taken hostage by Yadav and his men; while...Written by
yet another typical laugh riot from Ashwini Dheer!
So Dheer uses the exact same formula for his film, a comedy of errors in which a bunch of zany characters after money--after several comic misunderstandings--come together in an even more zany climax. Who can blame him though? His formula always produces a hit, and I'm not complaining as long as it makes me laugh! Make sure you leave your brain at home when watching this. A few jokes in this film are a bit more vulgar than his usual, which actually makes it even more hilarious. Suniel Shetty, Tusshar, Tusshar's mom, Neetu, Paresh Rawal, and Sameera Reddy were awesome! Upen Patel, Tanisha, and surprisingly Esha Deol were quite pathetic. Songs are good. One of Dheer's better films in recent times.
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