Shemaroo releases comedy flick 'Rafoo Chakkar' on home video
The film is a perfect lazy Sunday afternoon movie, which can be watched at home with family members..
Published: Sunday,Oct 19, 2008 13:55 PM GMT-06:00
Produced by Friday Pictures, Rafoo Chakkar is directed by B. H. Tharunkumar and presented by Shemaroo Entertainment. The film stars a host of luminaries from the film industry viz Aslam Khan, Yudhishtir Urs, Nauheed Cyrussi, Nisha Rawal, Archana Puran Singh, Mita Vashishta, Shakti Kapoor, Sadashiv Amrapurkar, Tinu Anand and Anant Mahadevan among others. Rafoo Chakkar also has some peppy musical score by Lalit Pandit.
story revolves around the four central characters of the film, whose mindset is
– love life, enjoy life and live life, to the fullest. Yudhistir [Pappu],
Aslam Khan [Munnu], Nisha Rawal [Millie] and Nauheed Cyrussi [Jullie], belong
to different towns and have never met each other, yet they choose to run away when
forced to get married by their parents.
On the run, Pappu & Munnu meet and get attracted towards Millie & Jullie not realizing that they are the same girls with whom they were to get married to. Another twist comes in the story when Millie & Jullie meet Kokila and Koena (Archana and Mita) two middle aged sisters who hate men and never want to get married. But fate takes another turn and Kokila & Koena's father, who wants his daughter's to marry, dies leaving his entire property in the hands of trustees managed by Dilkhush (Shakti Kapoor) and Hasmukh (Sadashiv Amrapurkar) making a will which has a catch.
Meanwhile Pappu & Munnu are completely broke, they plan a
robbery at Kokila & Koena's house not realizing that the old ladies are
karate black belts and get caught red handed.
THE CATCH OF THE BOYS and the CATCH IN THE WILL pour further confusion and force the unbelievable to happen ….leading to hilarious comic situations unfolding the entire story.
The DVD of Rafoo Chakkar has subtitles in English and Arabic. Rafoo Chakkar is certainly a piece of
entertainment with oodles of laughter and light moments.
The VCDs and DVDs are economically priced at Rs. 99/- MRP and Rs. 199/- MRP respectively.