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Trivia / Goofs
Times of India
Ishwar Singh Chauhan (Kader Khan) loses his life owing to his three good-for-nothing sons and their poor business skills that leave him bankrupt. Despite their irresponsible behaviour, the ailing father leaves behind his palatial haveli for them. However, turns out it belongs to Mirza (Om Puri). Can the spoilt brats reclaim their father's property?
Of course there's a twist in the tale. If you have seen Rekha starrer Biwi Ho To Aisi, you'll probably guess this one. Father plotting a plan to get his wayward sons on track (like what happened to Bindu in BHTA).
An ode to the Govinda-Kader Khan brand of dialogue heavy comedy, though the actors do a decent job, the lines just aren't funny enough.
While veteran actor Kader Khan makes a special appearance, owing to poor health (his voice has been dubbed as well), the film relies solely on Om Puri. He is thus made to wear colourful clothes and is seen in every frame, which is not enough.
The script is extremely weak. Limited one-liners are repeated throughout and Raajpal Yadav's motormouth character adds to your agony.
The pace is so sluggish that you can take a good 20 minutes nap anytime during the film and still get the story.
As a comedy, the film fails big time. Nothing about it is intentionally or unintentionally funny. It makes you want to yell at the actors and ask them to stop talking.
The film features Bollywood's five comedy legends-Om Puri, Sanjai Mishra, Rajpal Yadav, Razzaq Khan and Kader Khan.
A song from the film,'Baap hona paap' features caricature of singer Mika Singh. The song has been crooned by Mika himself.
The film marks the comeback of veteran actor, Kader Khan.