Tiwari (Paresh Rawal) is a businessman staying with his wife Anjali
(Shoma Anand) in the city of Mumbai.
(Rimi Sen), a young girl, has just come to Mumbai in search of a
job but all her efforts proves futile.
order to make ends meet, she decides to share accomodation with
Nandu (Aftab) whom she had met during her job hunt.
is an aspiring singer who has ran away from home to make it big
in the music world.
story gains momentum when Anjali applies for a job with Radheshyam's
company but is rejected.
then meets Jeetu (Akshaye Khanna) who is working in a computer store.
wants to start his own business. So he is on the look out for finance.
mistakes Anjali for Tiwari's daughter. Thinking that she will lead
him to his rich 'father', he does all he can to secure her a job
at his computer store.
comic confusion ensues when Anil (Sanjay Narvekar) pretends to be
the son of Tiwari to win the love of a rich businessman's daughter.
He even gets engaged to her.
Jeetu falls in love with Anjali.
the entire meyham and confusion get solved after a series of comic
mishaps, forms not only the climax of the film but will have you
rolling off of your seats with laughter.
Priyadashan comes out trumps. He has successfully managed to handle
all the comic situations in a superb way.
is further enhanced by the comic timing of Paresh Rawal and his
humorous dialogue. He is one person who will certainly bring tears
of laughter to your eyes.
sequences in the film have been brilliantly executed by the director.
one example includes the
scene between Nandu, Jeetu and Anjali in the cinema.
score of Hungama is melodious but then this is expected from
a Priyadarshan film.
his earlier releases (Hera Pheri, Doli Saja Ke Rakhna and
Saat Rang Ke Sapne) ended up being Bollywood chart busters.
the performance category, it is Paresh Rawal who walks away with
the trophy. He
simply excels in the comical sequences and will have you in stitches.
rest of cast supports well. These include Akshaye Khanna, Aftab,
Rajpal Yadav and Rimi Sen.
director Priyadarshan comes out a winner with Hungama (meaning
the film released during the summer holidays, it is bound to attract
the families with children into cinemas.
prediction is that it will do well at the box office. Now judge
by Manish Gajjar, BBC Shropshire’s Mr Bollywood.