By Aakash Barvalia(18 Apr 2008)
Nandu (Aftab Shivdasani) is the only son of the rich family who has ran away from home and Anjali (Rimi Sen) is a poor girl from village who has come to earn in the city and also avoid getting married to the village simpleton Raja (Rajpal Yadav). To save some money, Nandu and Anjali are forces to pose as husband and wife and share a room in Popat Seth (Tiku Talsania)’s house Popat’s wife Dulari (Upasana Singh) suspects that they are unmarried an plans to run away with Nandu, with Popat’s money. Radheyshayam Tiwari (Paresh Rawal) and his wife Anjali Tiwari (Shoma Anand) stays in the village, but on the insistence on his friends, comes to stay in his city home. Jeetu (Akshaye Khanna) wants to establish himself and he sets up a Videocon Showroom. Anjali finds a job in the showroom but in a misunderstanding, Jeetu thinks she is Tiwari’s daughter. Thus starts a serious of comic errors, where Radheyshayam thinks that his wife s havin an affair with Jeetu, and his wife thinks he is having an affair with Anjali. Things complicate when Nandu and Jeetu both fall in love with the younger Anjali and even Raja comes to the city to woo her. Who will she say yes to? How will the misunderstanding of the Tiwari family get solved? A huge chaos with an extremely hilarious ending makes Hungama a hilarious movie, a typical Priyadarsan comedy.