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Cast : Akshay Kumar, Saif Ali Khan, Raveena Tandon, Sonali Bendre
Director : Sameer Malkan

The story revolves around two small-time crooks who have dreams of hitting the big time, preferably by a method which does not require too much hard work. Besides relying on an old plot which has worked before, the film is also banking on the pair of Akshay Kumar (Dev) and Saif Ali Khan (Ajay), which has bought in the bucks before at the box-office. Since alone, both of them can't seem to draw in the audiences, maybe the funda of two is better than one will work. Among their hackneyed is to hook a rich girl. Ajay starts chasing Sharmilee (Raveena Tandon) who is actually another crook and who falls for Dev instead. The turning point in their lives is when Ajay picks a young man's pocket. The man, Mohan (Ravi Kissan) tries to catch Ajay. During the chase a truck knocks Mohan down and he dies. On opening the wallet Ajay and Dev find a letter and they realise how important that money was for Mohan's family. So they decided to go to Mohan's house in a remote village of Badlapur to return the money. On reaching Badlapur they meet Mohan's father Dinanath Tripathi (Anupam Kher) who is a school master and Mohan's mother (Maushami Chaterjee) is so sweet and loving that you need to take insulin injections to the theatre if you want to get through this film. The pair lie to the family that Mohan is still alive but busy with exams and pretend to be his friends. An honest school-master and a tyrannical zamindar go together like the God and the Devil. Shakti Kapoor plays cruetly personified and the dirty duo turn crusading warriors to rescue the village from a fate of oppression. The usual village romance and the tearful climax also follow.


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