One of the all time classic comedy by Priyadarshan.The film is the second remake of the hit Malayalam movie ‘Ramji Rao Speaking’ (1989) directed by Lal-Siddique duo. The first remake was directed by Fazil in Tamil, titled ‘Arangetra Velai’ (1990).
Cast: Paresh Rawal, Akshay Kumar, Sunil Shetty
Ghanshyam “Shyam” (Sunil Shetty) comes to Bombay from a small village to claim a job with a bank that employed his late father, Sunderlal, who was killed while the bank caught fire several years. According to rules and regulations, the bank must hire him in his father’s place. Competing with him is the daughter of yet another employee, who was also killed in the fire, Anuradha Shivshankar Panikar (Tabu). Shyam rooms with a myopic but kind-hearted garage owner, Baburao Apte (Paresh Rawal), who has also rented another of his rooms’ to Raju (Akshaye Kumar), who dreams of making it big in the city but is currently broke and unable to pay rent for several months now.
Shyam has come to the city so that he can return Rs.35000/- he borrowed from Kharak Singh (Om Puri), who in turn needs the money to get his sister married. Baburao needs money to pay off his debtors. And to add to this chaos, Baburao keeps on getting a series of wrong numbers on his telephone, asking for Deviprasad. One day he gets a call from Kabira (Gulshan Grover) who demands a ransom from Baburao, thinking it is Deviprasad (Kulbhushand Kharbanada). The trio decide to “liase” between the victim’s dad and the kidnappers, and keep some of the money for themselves. Murphy’s Law prevails, and things get even more hilariously chaotic, as the trio are on the run from Kabeera; the police; more wrong numbers; and Kharak Singh.
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