Hera Pheri – Year 2000
Staring off with everyone’s favorite Bollywood Claasic Hera pheri. Staring Akhshay Kumar, Suni Shetty and Paresh Rawal and directed by Priyadarshan. The comic timing of akhshay kumar and Priya Darshan leads it to another level. All the character and even the side cast was so on point that even if we know what’s coming next we still enjoy watching them perform.
The dialogues became memorable and the social media sensation never allowed the legacy of this comedy to die. In reality, one cannot even remotely imagine such a scenario to yield comical results. How is it possible for an alcoholic man who has a big fat debt to pay be so funny? How can a kidnapping case turn madcap and maddening? And how can a man who’s sister is about get married and who’s struggling for money turn out to be such a farcical character? That’s the magic of this cult classic. The situations , the conversations and setups are so effortlessly and perfectly combined to form a hilarious yet engaging sequences.
CHUP CHUP KE
Mistaking a broke, small-time hustler for a millionaire, two bumbling fishermen hatch a scheme to use him to help pay off their debts. Starring Shahid Kapoor , Kareena Kapoor, Pareshrawal and Sunil Shetty A debt-ridden young man attempts suicide, but is rescued only to find that his luck is finally turning. A fisherman saves Jeetu from committing suicide, only to sell him to a moneylender. Jeetu is then forced to pose as a man with hearing and speech impairment, resulting in hilarious consequences.The Movie is also streaming on Netflix. It’s a hilarious fun ride to be a part of. We have seen a lot of memes which were made from the iconic scenes of this movie. Sharing some below.
DHOL – Year 2007
Dhol is a 2007 Indian comedy thriller film directed by Priyadarshan, and produced under the Percept Picture Company. The film stars Tusshar Kapoor, Sharman Joshi, Kunal Khemu, Rajpal Yadav, Tanushree Dutta and Om Puri in lead roles while Arbaaz Khan, Abhimanyu Singh, Payal Rohatgi, Murli Sharma, Asrani and Tiku Talsania are featured in supporting yet crucial roles.
The boys are good for nothing with no aim in life. They all want to make it big in life with the least efforts possible. The four wish to live life on their own terms, leading everyone to nowhere. As a result, each one tries their hand at finding a short cut to success but ends up being in even deeper trouble instead. The result of their stupid plans and decisions lead to some funniest scenes and gags.
A millionaire businessman living in a village decides to move to the city with his wife. They soon get into a case of mistaken identity that results in comical situations.
Hungama is a 2003 Indian Hindi-language comedy film directed by Priyadarshan and based on his 1984 Malayalam film Poochakkoru Mookkuthi. The film features Akshaye Khanna, Paresh Rawal, debutante Rimi Sen and Aftab Shivdasani. Made on a budget of ₹6 crore, Hungama grossed ₹20.24 crore worldwide. Hungama is sure shot winner in the line of comedies. It doesn’t bore you with multiple viewing.