GenreComedy Music directorBappi Lahiri Duration CountryIndia
WriterRaju Saigal, Anand Sivakumaran Release dateAugust 17, 2007 (2007-08-17) CastRakhi Sawant (Vishkanya), Anupam Kher (Laxmikant Kabadiya), Paresh Rawal, Om Puri (Vidyut Baba), Prem Chopra (Prem Chopra) Similar moviesAnupam Kher and Paresh Rawal appear in Buddha Mar Gaya and Dulhan Hum Le Jayenge
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Buddha Mar Gaya is a 2007 Bollywood comedy film by Rahul Rawail. It Stars Anupam Kher, Rakhi Sawant, Om Puri and Paresh Rawal. Buddha Mar Gaya was released on 17 August 2007.
Laxmikant Kabadiya (Anupam Kher) is one of India's richest industrialists, a self made man who's risen from selling scrap to become a construction magnate. His conglomerate is on the verge of a 5000 crore ($1 billion) IPO that should make them one of the largest companies in the country. LK's family - his spinster twin sister Prerna (Mahabanoo Mody-Kotwal), his two sons Ranjeet and Sameer (Mukesh Tiwari), their wives Shruti and Anju (Mona Ambegaonkar) respectively and Ranjeet's daughters Sanjana and Namrata, and Sameer's son, Pawan, can't stop salivating at the thought of all that money.
Unfortunately for all of them fate displays a wicked sense of humour. On the night before the IPO opens, LK dies while copulating with a starlet Kim (Rakhi Sawant), who's aspiring to become the heroine of a film that LK plans to produce. The family is distraught and horrified. Not because a loved one has died but because now no one will buy their shares. So, on the advice of their family guru - Vidyut Baba (Om Puri), the family decides to hide the death of LK for a period of two days till the shares are all sold out. Little do they realize the crazy series of events that will follow on account of this duplicity.
After all, hiding the death of a man as famous as LK is a Herculean task. To make matters worse, every time they're ready to announce LK's death, fate intervenes forcing them to keep his death hidden for another couple of days. This results in them having to announce the death of a fictitious friend or relative of LK and stage fake funerals. Which of course means generating dead bodies and, worse, getting the dead LK to make appearances at these funerals.