Hungama (2003 film)
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Hungama is a 2003 Indian Hindi language comedy film directed by Priyadarshan.The film features Akshaye Khanna, Paresh Rawal, Aftab Shivdasani, Rimi Sen, Rajpal Yadav, Shakti Kapoor. It is a remake of the Malayalam film Poochakkoru Mookkuthi (1984)which itself was based on the Telugu movie Gopala Rao Gari Ammayi (1980) and the Tamil movie Kodeeswaran Magal (1981).
Theatrical release poster
|Produced by||Ganesh Jain|
|Screenplay by||Neeraj Vora|
S. P. Venkatesh
|Distributed by||Venus Movies|
|Budget||₹ 6 crore|
Anjali (Rimi Sen) arrives in Mumbai looking for a job. She finds cheap lodging by feigning marriage to a stranger, Nandu,(Aftab Shivdasani) an aspiring musician. Jeetu (Akshaye Khanna) has just started his own electronics business. His friend Anil (Sanjay Narvekar) pretends to be millionaire businessman Radheshyam Tiwari's son and conspires with Tiwari's servant Pandu to trick Kachara Seth (Shakti Kapoor) into a quick engagement with his daughter Madhuri(Jyoti Joshi). At the same time, Radheshyam Tiwari (Paresh Rawal), who lives in a village with his wife Anjali Tiwari (Shoma Anand) moves to the city. With news of Tiwari's arrival, Pandu asks Anil to abscond.
Anjali goes to Tiwari's villa hoping for a job. At this point, Jeetu shows up at the villa to fix a stereo he sold to Tiwari. Seeing Anjali at the door, he mistakes her for Tiwari's daughter. Unable to land a job at the Tiwari's, Anjali later bumps into Jeetu when she responds to a vacancy at his store. Already trying to woo Anjali for assuming her to be Tiwari's daughter, Jeetu hires her readily. Afraid of losing the job, Anjali continues the pretense. Every day after work, Jeetu drops Anjali off at the Tiwari villa believing she lives there with Anjali exiting the villa after Jeetu leaves. With Jeetu often showing up at Tiwari's villa asking for Anjali and Mrs. Tiwari spotting the real Anjali frequently outside the villa, the Tiwaris become convinced that each is having an affair with the younger counterparts.
Nandu has begun to fall in love with room-mate Anjali. Also, Nandu's landlord's wife has fallen for him, and is after him about eloping with her. In a misunderstanding over the phone, Jeetu assumes Anjali loves him. Meanwhile, her village landlord's son Raja (Rajpal Yadav) arrives the city to marry Anjali but Nandu scares Raja away. Raja hides in the same lodge as Anil. Agitated by Anil absconding, Kachara Seth visits Tiwari for his daughter's wedding to Anil.
All the major characters start chasing after each other and end up in a warehouse, where a big melee follows. Ending the Hungama, Jeetu and Nandu confront Anjali and profess their love for her, forcing her to choose between them. The film ends with Anjali choosing Nandu and Jeetu wishing them the best.
- Akshaye Khanna as Jitender Sahai aka Jeetu ("Jeetu from Videocon")
- Paresh Rawal as Radheshyam Tiwari
- Aftab Shivdasani as Nandkishore “Nandu” Apte / Chota Chetan
- Rimi Sen as Anjali
- Shakti Kapoor as "Raddiwala" Tejabhai a.k.a. Kachara Seth
- Shoma Anand as Mrs. Anjali Pandey Tiwari (Wife of Radheshyam Tiwari)
- Rajpal Yadav as Raja (Tulsidas Khan)
- Tiku Talsania as Popat Seth (Nandu and Anjali's landlord)
- Upasna Singh as Dulari (Popat's wife)
- Sanjay Narvekar as Anil / Fake Anil “Munna” Radheshyam Tiwari
- Jyoti Joshi as Madhuri
- Amit Divetia (Gujarati actor) as Adv. Chandrakant, Jeetu's miserly father and Radheshyam's Lawyer
- Neena Kulkarni as Renuka Chandrakant (Jeetu's mother)
- Jagadish as Pandu (Radheshyam Tiwari's servant)
- Manoj Joshi as Inspector Waghmare
- Nandhu as Iyer, Welcome lodge manager
- V. B. K. Menon as Kachara's henchman
- Razzak Khan as Babu "Bisleri"
- Amin Gazi as Bholu
- Shaan as himself in the song "Chain Aapko Mila"
- Sadhana Sargam as herself in the song "Chain Aapko Mila"
- Varun Seth as Babban
|Soundtrack album by|
|Released||May 22, 2003|
|Label||Venus Worldwide Entertainment Pvt.Ltd|
|1.||"Pari Pari"||Babul Supriyo||04:48|
|2.||"Tera Dil"||Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik||04:51|
|3.||"Ishq Jab" (Female Version)||Richa Sharma||04:51|
|4.||"Hungama" (Title Song)||Shaan||02:09|
|5.||"Hum Nahin"||Abhijeet Bhattacharya, Alka Yagnik, Sonu Nigam||05:57|
|6.||"Chain Aap Ko"||Shaan, Sadhana Sargam||5:00|
|7.||"Ishq Jab" (Male Version)||Kumar Sanu||04:51|
In November 2019, Priyadarshan announced Hungama 2 with Paresh Rawal, Shilpa Shetty, Meezaan Jaffrey and Pranitha Subhash in lead roles. The filming of it will start on 6 January 2020 in Mumbai. The film was scheduled to be released on 14 August 2020 but delayed due to COVID 19.
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