Starring: Sanjay Anupam
Kher, Satish Shah, Sammir Dattani, Shaad Randhawa, Aarti
Chhabria, Shama Sikandar, Gulshan Grover
Director: Shashi Ranjan
Dhoom Dadakka is about Mungilal (Anupam Kher) losing
his standing as the top don of Mumbai at the All Asia
Mafia Meet since he doesn't have an heir. This opens up
the field for Mungilal's arch nemesis Fursat Lala (Gulshan
Grover) and his son, Zac who meets the decided
requirement of the bhais of All Asia Mafia Meeting.
Way back in the 1970s, Mungilal was once a small time
Bhai in Mumbai. Jignesh (Satish Shah) was his friend cum
The film is
funny and fast paced in the first half. Johnny English,
the clueless detective, has some of the best comic
In his quest
to find an heir and keep his position intact, Mungilal
is in for a shock. He is caught in a dilemma when not
one, but 3 youngsters - a conman Ranbir (Samir Dattani),
a wannabe actor Rahul (Shaad Randhawa) and item girl
Shivani Sawant (Aarti Chhabria) show up at his Bangkok
estate claiming to be his long lost nephew / neice!
A confused Mungi asks all of them to stay in the house
till he arrives at a decision as to who the real Kamal
is. To figure this out, Mungilal and Jinesh hatch crazy
plans to test them, which lead to hilarious situations.
In the ensuing drama enters the second girl Jiya (Shama
Sikander), who claims to be a girlfriend of the NRI
Kamal. Is one of them the real heir?
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Presenter - Eros International
Producer - Shashi Ranjan
Director - Shashi Ranjan
Music - Roop Kumar Rathod
Writers - Praveen Kumar Ashk, Shaqeel Azmi
Lyrics - Praveen Kumar Ashk, Shaqeel Azmi
Cinematographer - Arvind K.
Dialogue Writer - Ashwani Dheer
Screenplay Writers - Shashi Ranjan, Ashwani Dheer
Editor - Abhay Pandey
Art Director - Aroop Adhikari
Audiography - Jagmohan Anand
Background Sound - Sunil Kaushik
Choreographer - Pony Verma
Playback Singers - Sunidhi Chauhan, Daler Mehndi,
Jaspinder Narula, Udit Narayan, Roop Kumar Rathod,
That time the law-enforcing
authorities turned the heat on crime, corruption and the
Bhais in Mumbai, so these two fled to Bangkok. Established
himself in Bangkok, Mungilal has become a don of Mumbai.
Now comes the meeting of the
All Asian Bhai Meet in which it is decided that it is
essential for the Don of Mumbai to have an heir, since
they have ambitious plans for Mumbai. The heir's presence
can improve or consolidate their position in the
underworld. A rival Don of Mungi's, Fursat Lala proposes
an ambitious plan for a piece of land in Alibagh and puts
across a valid argument that in their business, it is very
important to have an heir. Since Mungi has no one in his
hierarchy, it is proposed that Fursat Lala be made the new
Don of Mumbai. Instantly, Mungilal asks for a month's time
and assures the syndicate that he has an heir, who he will
present before them in the next meeting.
to Mumbai and hires a detective Johnny English (Satish
Kaushik) to find out his estranged sister Angoori, since
he remembered that she had a child by the name Kamal.
Incidently Mungi had her thrown out years back and now
resolves to find her so that he can produce his "waaris"
in the next meeting.
Anupam Kher is the main
character in this film and he has always does extremely
well in comedy roles. Satish Shah is good as the
supporting character. Shaad Randhawa and Sammir Datani
have a long way to go. Aarti Chabria and Shama Sikander
have a blast screaming all around in Bangkok. Satish
Kaushik is seen after a long time, and he is funny as the
detective Johnny English. For the glamour part it is
CAST CREW & CREDITS
Mungilal - Anupam Kher
Jignesh - Satish Shah
Fursat Lala - Gulshan Grover
Zac - Zac
Ranbir - Sammir Dattani
Rahul - Shaad Randhawa
Shivani Sawant - Aarti Chhabria
Jiya - Shama Sikandar
Angoori - Bhavana Balsaver
Johnny English - Satish Kaushik
Godfather - Jackie Shroff