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I bought the VCD when it was considered cool to watch movies on a VCD. Amar (Aamir Khan) wants to marry Raveena, intially Raveena Tandon then Karishma Kapoor, to get rich without working hard while Prem (Salman Khan) wants to marry her because he has dreams of becoming an actor. The banter between both the guys on the bus from Bhopal to Ooty is very funny where they each boast of their richness though Amar's father has barber shop and Prem's father is a tailor. The scene where Amar puts Prem's photograph on the notice board comprising of pick-pockets has become so popular that even today people put others photgraph on college notice boards and write 'Wanted' on top of them. Paresh Rawal plays the good and bad twin, aptly named Ram Gopaj Bajaj who lives in London, and Shyam Gopal Bajaj who is released from jail and who tries to take the help of Bhalla and his assistant Robert who are assigned the duty of looking after his daughter Raveena in India and her assistant Karishma. Ram Gopal Bajaj has a peculiar habit of doing everything by the clock. (I won't reveal more, watch it and enjoy it)
Although the movie did not do well it was released it has become classic over the time thanks to some memorable dialogue and excellent direction by Raj Kumar Santoshi. "Mogambo ka Batija hu main, Crime Maste Gogo, aya hoon toh kuch toh kuchareka le gauenga". "Aaj, Robert ka birthday hai; Sir apne ne bataya nahin ki aaj mera Birthday hai".
I still watch this movie whenever I find this showing in any Indian channel. This one is really good.
I dont know why this Movie is R rated it is a great comedy with NOT a single or tiny bit explicity in it. Even a six years old could watch it.
About 2 and half hours you will laugh your Buttocks off.
Good Old 90`s
The only Bollywood Movie I give it five star.
Not the best Bollywood production I've seen. The songs are few, but the story is still fluffy fun.
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