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Bheja Fry  (2007 - Hindi)

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  • Divya Solgama
    Divya Solgamawrote on Apr 5 2008 2:41PM

    Ranjeet Thadani (Rajat Kapoor) is a music producer married to Sheetal (Sarika), a singer. Ranjeet and his friends get together every Friday for a party. This is a different kind of party where they invite someone who is not so talented and ridicule them behind the scenes. They enjoy doing it so much that they don't even mind missing out on family appointments. One of Ranjeet's friends meets Bharat Bhushan (Vinay) on a trip to Pune and decides that he could probably be a source of entertainment for Ranjeet. Ranjeet promptly calls Bharat and invites him for dinner. Bharat is a talkative and self promoting singer who carries with him a scrap book showcasing his musical life. He is excited at the prospect of meeting a music producer which might help advance his career as a singer. Bharat is kind hearted and wants to help everyone but he also has the ability to mess up things for people around him. He can be annoying to the person who is sitting next to him but he makes it a funny experience for everyone else watching him. Friday arrives but Ranjeet's back is sprained badly and he is restricted from moving around. Ranjeet knows that he will not be able to make it to the party but still decides to meet with Bharat to see how good or rather bad he is. The minute Bharat steps into Ranjeet's house, ranjeet's life cascades into a series of confusion and tension filled incidents, which forms the crux of the story.


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