After sleaze, it's comedy for Deepak Shivdasani
Julie director Deepak Shivdasani returns to the marquee after four years with Mr. White, Mr. Black.india Updated: Apr 28, 2008 18:28 IST
Julie director Deepak Shivdasani returns to the marquee after four years with Mr. White, Mr. Black. While his last venture was a sleazy movie, this Suniel Shetty and Arshad Warsi starrer releasing Friday is a comedy.
Apart from the leading men, there aren't too many known faces in the film. Shivdasani, who earned a lot of flak for making Julie, charts a new path.
The narrative of the film is like this:
Gopi (Suniel), a simpleton, arrives in Goa from Hoshiarpur in Punjab to fulfil the last wish of his childhood friend's father - to hand over a piece of land to Kishen (Arshad).
Kishen, who is now a conman, is least interested in the land. When Gopi lands in Goa, Kishen avoids him. He doesn't intend to give up his flourishing business or travel to Hoshiarpur just to take possession of the land.
Kishen swindles people with a little help from his accomplice, Babu (Atul Kale). He needs money to educate his sister Divya (Mahima Mehta), who is studying in London.
However, Gopi keeps chasing Kishen and Tanya (Anishka Khosla), the daughter of a resort owner, helps him.
Amidst all this, three girls steal diamonds worth millions and now they are holed up in Tanya's KG Resorts. Kishen and Babu learn about this and they all make a mad rush for KG Resorts. Gopi finds himself a part of the gang.
Who gets the diamonds? Does Gopi manage to take Kishen to Hoshiarpur? And was the land just a meagre piece of land?
To know the answers watch Mr. White, Mr. Black.