Masti ( 2004 ) , Hindi
Synopsis: " Super Hit Comedy movie Masti (2004)Women are supposed to be from Venus, men from Mars, marriages are supposed to be made in heaven, but they become hell here on earth! This is a story of three friends Meet, Amar & Prem who believe that whoever said that marriage is a lovely institutions, should be sent to a mental institution! Meet, whose name means lover in hindi language! Marriage changed his entire cool and stud lifestyle as his wife Aanchal made it a point to tame him down and make sure that her husband cooled his heels at home rather than painted the town red! Basically she domesticated her husband and made him become a boring man from the cool dude he used to be! Prem! Jealous of Meet s success with women since his college days, Prem always tries to phenko on how he scored with various women! But his friends know him too well to be fooled! His parents force him to marry and to his dismay, his wife Geeta turns out to be an extremely decent, sweet, innocent and pativrata woman! Instead of someone sexy, he gets a wife who would rather press his feet than you know what! So in short His life has no spice or excitement! Amar is complete phattu of the three friends! Even when he married his wife Bindiya, it was she who made all the moves and since then she controls all his strings! He is terrified of her and his biggest problem is that she has brought her equally dominating mother to live with them! So when these three buddies meet up after three years for a re-union and the frustrations of their married lives come to the forefront, they decide that the only way to spice up their lives is have how many ever affairs possible for the next one month and then meet and exchange notes! So the rocking, wacky and hilarious process starts as all three men now go out looking for biryaani ! Now their escapades lead them to many rib-tickling and thrilling situations as they have to contend with Inspector Sikander who is on their trail as the film races to its hilarious and crazy climax! Music : Anand Raj Anand, Director : Indra Kumar "