Hera Pheri (2000)



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Titolo originale: Hera Pheri–>
Genere: Commedia–>
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Nazione: India–>
Regia:

  • Priyadarshan

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Scritto da:

  • Siddique (storia)
  • Lal (storia)
  • Anand S. Vardhan (story- nel ruolo di Anand Vardhan)
  • Neeraj Vora (dialogue)
  • Neeraj Vora (sceneggiatura)

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Produzione:

  • A.G. Nadiadwala (regista)

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Musiche:

  • Anu Malik

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Trama del film:

Baburao is a landlord in India, who is very near-sighted, and always in financial trouble. He has a tenant named Raja, who has not paid his rent for several months. He also has anther tenant named Shyam, who has come to the city to look for a job in his late father's place, but is unable to find employment. The three men quarrel amongst themselves frequently. Then one day, the three men get a phone call from a kidnapper named Kabira, and decide to make use of this phone call to overcome their financial problems – pretend to be the real kidnappers, increase the ransom amount, keep the incremental amount for themselves, and then give the original ransom demanded to Kabira. Will they get away with this idea? Written by Tanya

Shyam (Sunil Shetty), an unemployed youth and Raju (Akshay Kumar), a laundry worker are boarders at the home of mechanic Baburao (hilarious Paresh Rawal). Each dreams of making it big, and one evening, a cross-connection on their phone lets them in on a kidnapping scheme that they figure can lead them to the big bucks. The film has one of the most hilarious sequences in Hindi cinema, when bank manager Asrani tries to hook up Shyam with Anuradha (Tabu), to the amusement of a by-stander (Snehal Dabi) who mistakes Asrani for a pimp. Great cameo byOm Puri as a beleaguered Punjabi truck driver. Written by Joyojeet Pal

Ghanshyam "Shyam" (Sunil Shetty) comes to Bombay from a small village to claim a job with a bank that employed his late father, Sunderlal, who was killed while the bank caught fire several years. According to rules and regulations, the bank must hire him in his father's place. Competing with him is the daughter of yet another employee, who was also killed in the fire, Anuradha Shivshankar Panikar (Tabu). Shyam rooms with a myopic but kind-hearted garage owner, Baburao Apte (Paresh Rawal), who has also rented another of his rooms' to Raju (Akshaye Kumar), who dreams of making it big in the city but is currently broke and unable to pay rent for several months now. Shyam has come to the city so that he can return Rs.35000/- he borrowed from Kharak Singh (Om Puri), who in turn needs the money to get his sister married. Baburao needs money to pay off his debtors. And to add to this chaos, Baburao keeps on getting a series of wrong numbers on his telephone, asking for Deviprasad. One day he gets a call from Kabira (Gulshan Grover) who demands a ransom from Baburao, thinking it is Deviprasad (Kulbhushand Kharbanada). The trio decide to "liase" between the victim's dad and the kidnappers, and keep some of the money for themselves. Murphy's Law prevails, and things get even more hilariously chaotic, as the trio are on the run from Kabeera; the police; more wrong numbers; and Kharak Singh. Written by rAjOo ([email protected])

Raju and Shyam are boarders at a hostel owned by their friend Babu Rao. All the three friends are in dire need (and have fantasies) of big money. Babu Rao needs money to pay back debts his father incurred, Raju needs money to send to his mother and Shyam needs money to pay back Kharak Singh, a villager friend with a wedding to arrange quickly. Of these, Shyam is the only one to get a job, but he sacrifices it to Anu, a woman with serious troubles (and with whom he eventually develops a hate-to-love relationship). One day, a gangster named Kabira kidnaps the granddaughter of millionaire Devi Prasad. But when he calls Babu Rao's telephone number by mistake to demand the ransom, Raju sees the answer to all their money problems. He suggests they play a game, and do some "hera pheri" – and that's when the trouble starts… Written by Q. Leo Rahman

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1 Comment

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    silvan-desouza said

    February 27 2012 @ 19:25

    Priyadarshan got a new lease of life after the flop KABHI NA KABHI He
    remade RAMJI RAO SPEAKING

    The film works because it shows the problems faced by poor people in a
    nice subtle way and the film doesn't come across as a David Dhawan
    comedy This film started the trend of situational comedies

    The first half is a bit slow but there are several hilarious scenes
    like Suneil and Akshay's first meeting, scenes between them and Paresh
    and then the Om Puri track and then the emotional breakdown of Akki and
    then the twist

    The second half too has several interesting scenes like the entire game
    of playing kidnappers and then the scene where the cops reach there and
    the chase that ensues

    The pace does drop towards the end and the song wasn't required But
    picks up again when they rescue the girl and then the climax though
    prolonged is well handled

    Directorally Priyadarshan does a great job Music is okay Camera-work is
    fantastic

    Amongst actors Akshay and Suneil got a new lease with this film at
    least today it's remembered as one of their best works Paresh Rawal was
    flawless, outstanding as Baburao, No other actor could play it, you
    forget you're watching Rawal in this film He was born to play the role,
    sadly now he just repeats his act again and again Akshay was below
    average in dramatics those days and even in comedy but here he is
    somewhat better then his 90's films but compared to today he is lot
    backward that shows his growth but he does a good job in the dhoti
    scene and some other scenes Suneil too is wooden in drunken and
    emotional scenes but plays his do gooder part very well and also the
    kidnapping part Tabu is decent in a brief role Gulshan Grover is as
    usual Khulbushan is okay Om Puri is hilarious as Khadak Singh

    The film when released in 2000 didn't do that good business and was
    almost flopping luckily it picked up in it's 6th week in some places of
    Mumbai and then thanks to DVDs and Satellite it got a cult status
    surprisingly now it's called a big hit by some people and the best
    comedy ever Even critics criticised it those days

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