Garam Masala

Good-for-nothing Mac (Akshay Kumar) finds himself in possession of an empty flat and access to three gorgeous air hostesses. He's already engaged to Anjal, but convinces each of the three girls that she is the one and only for him. When best friend Sam arrives on the scene, he suddenly becomes a rival and chaos is close on his heels. Focusing on humour (rather than logical plot development), this Bollywood hit certainly delivers the laughs and the great chemistry between the two buddies is irresistible. Based on a Jerry Lewis/Tony Curtis flick from 1965 'Boeing Boeing'

Year: 2005
Genre: Foreign Language Films, Indian & Tibetan Cinema, Bollywood Masala
Country: India
Director: Priyadarshan
Starring: Akshay Kumar, Paresh Rawal, Jon Abrahams
Duration: 142 Minutes
Rating: PG - Adult themes.
Subtitles: Yes
Location in store: Foreign (India & Tibet: Bollywood)



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