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Masti - Its fun and frolics all the way!
Director: Indra Kumar
Ajay Devgan, Vivek Oberoi, Aftab Shivdasani, Ritesh Deshmukh, Tara Sharma, Amrita Rao, Genelia Dsouza, Lara Dutta
9th April 2004 by EROS International
The Masti poster
Ritesh, Vivek Oberoi & Aftab in Masti

Are all marriages made in heaven?

And do women really come from Venus and men from Mars?

This hilarious comedy has the answers.


Our Bollywood Previews section gives you all the information of forthcoming films coming soon to a cinema near you.

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At BBC Shropshire, we have chosen the Top Ten Bollywood movies for this month. These films are well worth a "dekko" at a cinema near you.

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This film revolves around three close friends, Meet, Amar and Prem who are now married.

All three once believed that marriage was made in heaven.

The Masti poster
Aftab, Ritesh, Amrita & Genelia in Masti

But few years down the line, they find that such a commitment has created boredom in their respective relationships.

Meet (Vivek Oberoi) who was once the so called college cassanova, has now become a domesticated husband after his marriage to Aanchal (Amrita Arora).

Prem (Aftab) on the other hand has always been jealous of Meet's womanising character. A poser by nature, Prem tries to show off in front of women.

But he gets forced into an arranged marriage by his parents. So he ends up with Geeta (Tara), a sweet, innocent and obedient young wife.

Amar (Ritesh Deshmukh) is the dumbest of the three. When he got married to Bindiya (Genilia), it was she who made all the moves. So he has been under her control ever since.

Aftab, Vivek Oberoi & Ritesh in Masti

His biggest problem is that Bindiya has brought her equally dominating mother to live with them!

So when these three friends reunite after three years, they pour their heart out.

They decide that the only way to spice up their lives is have as many affairs as possible for the one month.

They should then meet again and talk about their experiences.

And so begins a hilarious journey of self discovery as all three try to delve into extra marital affairs.

But just in that nick of time, their adventure takes a turn for the worse. They face the wrath of inspector Sikander (Ajay Devgan) which leaves them very scared.

Unknown to them, they have been part of a mysterious plot. Adding insult to injury, they must now face the danger of being exposed in front of their respective wives.

The damsels who gives grief to our three dudes

With danger brewing around them, they decide to run for cover. But none of them suspected that a little masti (meaning little fun) would take them that far.

Masti sees Indra Kumar in the director's chair once again.

With a track record of box office hits including Dil Beta, Raja and Mann under his belt, Kumar's Masti is keenly awaited by Bollywood fans and critics alike.

Loosely based on the Hollywood flick, The Seven-Year Itch, Masti is set to release on the 9th April by Eros International (London).

Previewed by Manish Gajjar,
BBC Shropshire's Mr Bollywood.

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