Scene of the Week: Andaz Apna Apna

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    Ritz 8 years ago

    Bread ka baadshah , aur omlette ka raaja – Bajaj.

    Hamaara Bajaaj

    LOL

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    syed imran 8 years ago

    very hillarious scene..cult classic…the best comedy movie ever… even better than the hyped jaane bhi do…aamir and salman were too good in that movie.. hope they re release it… vl definitly garner some good bucks at the bo…

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      sputnik 8 years ago

      I used to love JBDY but when I watched it again recently I did not find it that funny.

      “i guess this is the only bollywood comedy movies which had full on comedy from start to end… not even a single emotional scene…the songs and action scenes too contained funny scenes.. hats off to the director rajkumar santoshi!!!”

      Yeah it never gets serious even for a second.

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    syed imran 8 years ago

    i guess this is the only bollywood comedy movies which had full on comedy from start to end… not even a single emotional scene…the songs and action scenes too contained funny scenes.. hats off to the director rajkumar santoshi!!!

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    Serenzy 8 years ago

    Gaaaawwwddd…. I got to see this atleast once before 2013 ends!

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      sputnik 8 years ago

      You need a Mahurat to watch it? Watch it ASAP.

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    aryan 8 years ago

    All are excellent scenes sab ek se badkar ek hai and One Of The Best Indian Movie of All Time.

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    Manish Kumar 8 years ago

    Its very ironic that there are so many slapstick comedy makers but the best slapstick comedy is from RKS .. who is known mostly for his axn masala movies 🙂 … This movie fultoo fun … though i rate JBDY , Chupke chupke the best comedies i have ever seen …

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    Serenzy 8 years ago

    Yes Sputnik Dear…
    Ek toh padhai se nikal kar jo thoda-bahut time milta hain woh TQ/FB/NG me nikal jaata hain! 🙂

    Add to it, I like to ‘do’ my movies slow and steady like I’m studying them so that I remember them for long and get my views on them ‘Spot-on’ 😀

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      Serenzy 8 years ago

      Infact, I’m sooo slow that the only ‘notable’ movies I’ve watched in around last 2months on my laptop are – Rango & The Whistleblower. 🙂

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      btw, I saw a movie yesterday morning(b’wood one) and I intend to do a post on it soon.

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    Nitin Singla 8 years ago

    AAA is class apart.. JBDNY is not a complete comedy movie.. Chupke chupke was awesome but again not again close enuf of AAA

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    hithere 8 years ago

    Saw this in Kanpur in first week (don’t remember it was first day or not)..Hall was 10-15%. After the movie, Myself and friend were wondering why people don’t see such movies. But those were different times. I have seen in parts multiple times.

    ps – They need to spruce-up and re-release it. It might earn more than its first run.

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    rajesh 8 years ago

    All 3 (AAA, JBDY and chupke chupke) along with Angoor, Golmaal (old) and Hera Pheri were best in their own respects. I would not rate any one above another.
    As far as JBDY is concerned, it was not completely a comedy movie, rather it was a satire comedy and I like it in that respect. Mahabharat scene in the movie is one of the most hilarious scenes I have ever seen
    I believe, if AAA had been released in today’s timings, it would have been a huge hit.

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    FS 8 years ago

    All Time Classic – The Best Comedy Movie ever produced in Hindi Cinema….

    The two movies that made me laugh from beginning till the end NON-STOP are AAA and Dulhe Raja… But Dulhe Raja never made me laugh so much on 3rd or 4th viewing, in fact I can watch Hera Pheri, Golmal (old one) more than Dulhe Raja but AAA is something you laugh even if you have memorized most of its dialogues.

    Hell I still can’t fathom why it failed at the boxoffice…

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    sputnik 6 years ago

    Had liked Deven Verma a lot in Andaz Apna Apna, Angoor and Khatta Meetha. RIP.

    Veteran comedian Deven Verma dies at 78 in Pune

    Veteran Bollywood comedian Deven Verma passed away in Pune on Tuesday morning following a cardiac arrest and kidney failure. Verma breathed his last at 2 AM. He was 78. The funeral will take place at 12 noon today. Deven Verma is known for his roles in films like ‘Angoor’, ‘Andaz Apna Apna’ and ‘Chamatkaar’. He was also seen in an important role in YRF’s ‘Dil Toh Paagal Hai’. He had won Filmfare Best Comedian Award for ‘Chori Mera Kaam’, ‘Chor Ke Ghar Chor’ and ‘Angoor’ in which he played a double role.

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