Dutt, Ajay Devgn, Arjun Rampal, Kangna Ranaut, Lisa
Director: David Dhawan
On what should have been one
of the happiest days of his life (on his engagement day)
Anthony Gonsalves (Arjun Rampal) is robbed of Rupees 30
lakhs by a con man and on that particular day, the other
con man divests him of his brand new Mercedes.
Chetan Chauhan (Sanjay Dutt) and Bhagat Bhosle (Ajay
Devgan) are con men who happen to swindle Anthony
Gonsalves (Arjun Rampal) separately but on the same day.
Chetan is a cultivated and suave master con, who
operates in high society; among the rich and famous and
usually goes for the big kill. Little does he realize
that the guy he dismissed as small time is going to cost
him big bucks.
With their ill begotten gains, they board a flight to
Bangkok only to find themselves seated next to each
other. As there is no way two can men can exist in the
same town together, Chetan decides to send Bhagat
packing back to India.
lives by his wits and grabs money and opportunity
whenever he can. On his way to Bangkok, he is dreaming
big money and sexy broads, but finds himself playing
blind to get even.
Khushi falls hook, line and sinker for the blind act and
is filled with love and compassion for the brave Bhagu.
Since Chetan does not want a lowly competitor infringing
on his territory, he tries every trick in his book to
get rid of Bhagat, while Bhagat uses his own arsenal to
get back at Chetan and hang on to Khushi.
Sanjay Dutt as Chetan Chauhan
Ajay Devgn as Bhagat Bhosle
Kangna Ranaut as Khushi
Arjun Rampal as Anthony Gonsalves
Lisa Haydon as Dolly
Chunky Pandey as BBC
Hiten Paintal as Nano
In Bangkok, Chetan and his fake charity The Art of Giving
are successfully duping hundreds of locals; when he
encounters the beautiful and immensely wealthy Khushi (Kangna
Ranaut) and targets her as his next victim.
Khushi (Kangana Ranaut) is so wealthy that she's
surrounded by security men even when she goes swimming.
But the security is no match of canny Chetan who gets to
her with his fake charity and the bumbling Bhagat whose
blind act captures her heart.
But before he can lay his hands on her cheque, who should
appear but his nemesis Bhagat - this time in the guise of
a navy officer, who has lost his sight in service of his
As their tussle intensifies,
so does the laughter. They find themselves in stick
situations engineered by each other, they are aided by
assorted whacky characters like Dolly (Lisa Hayden), BBC
(Chunky Pandey) and Nano (Hiten Paintal).
But all that matters in the
end is - Who amongst the two Rascals will win the hand of
the dishy Khushi and lay hands on her millions.
And who will be crowned the King of Cons? It has a
Very few scenes amuse you and the rest of it is a dumb
comedy of one-upmanship between two con men but ends up
with tasteless gags. Much was expected out of a David
Dhawan film. A waste of talent of guys like Sanjay Dutt,
Ajay Devgam and Arjun Rampal.
- Aniz Filmvala
Credits & Crew:
Directed By David Dhawan
Presented by Bharat Shah, Sanjay Dutt Productions Pvt.
Ltd., Rupaliaum Entertainment Pvt. Ltd.
Produced By Sanjay Dutt, Sanjay Ahluwalia & Vinay Choksey
Co Producers - Dharam Uberoi & Sanjiv Ahluwalia
Director of Photography - Vikas Sivaraman
Music - Vishal & Shekhar
Screenplay - Yunus Sajawal
Dialogues - Sanjay Chhel
Editor - Nitin Rokade
Art Direction - Shailesh Mahadik