Release date3 November
2005 SongsChand Ko Tod Doonga CastFardeen Khan, Zayed Khan, Sharman Joshi, Esha Deol, Ayesha Takia, Sanjay Dutt
Shaadi No. 1 (translated: Marriage No. 1) is an Indian comedy film released in November 2005. The film, directed by David Dhawan, stars Fardeen Khan, Zayed Khan, Sharman Joshi, Ayesha Takia, Esha Deol, Soha Ali Khan, Riya Sen, Aarti Chhabria, Sophia Chaudhary, Sanjay Dutt and Satish Shah. The film was produced by Vashu Bhagnani. The film is remake of the Telugu movie Sandade Sandadi which itself was a remake of Kannada movie Kothigalu Saar Kothigalu.
Raj Mittal (Fardeen Khan), Veer Saxena (Zayed Khan) and Aryan Kapoor (Sharman Joshi) are unhappy with their respective marriages even though they love their spouses. Their wives Bhavana (Ayesha Takia), Diya (Esha Deol) and Sonia (Soha Ali Khan) are busy with their everyday lives, and their husbands feel ignored by them. Bhavana constantly uses religion as an excuse to not be intimate with her husband, Diya aspires to be an actress for Mr.Y (Rajpal Yadav), and Sonia is a lawyer who is obsessed with doing cases with her partner H.S Gulati (Ali Asgar). the three men try to commit suicide as Veer tries to hang himself on a tree but falls, Aryan drinks expired rat poison and Raj wishes he was run over by a train but their suicide plan does not work until they also meet Kothari (Satish Shah) who is also trying to commit suicide because he had three companies that have broken down. The three men get a job as Kothari hires them to work for him. Soon the three men come across Kothari's daughters: Madhuri (Riya Sen), Rekha (Aarti Chhabria) and Dimple (Sophie Choudry). It is not long before they are tempted by them. Unfortunately for them Lucky Bhai (Sanjay Dutt) is out to make their life hell and expose them to their unassuming wives. The three men sign a contract as the three beauties have been deceived and that their wives are disappointed at them. Once again the three friends commit suicide by standing on top of a ladder but are left hanging when Kothari tries to cut the ladder with a chainsaw. their wives come but are left hanging to as Lucky Bhai saves them but Raj falls into a lump of dust and junk, Aryan falls through wires and electricity and Kothari and Veer fall at the same time but Veer falls into a dog van with a broken arm along with Kothari who falls onto a cement packet. Injured, Veer, Raj and Aryan apologize to Lucky Bhai as he feels awkward about saving people but has trust in them.
Sanjay Dutt as Lakhwinder Singh Lakha (Lucky Paaji)
Fardeen Khan as Raj Mittal
Zayed Khan as Veer Saxena
Sharman Joshi as Aryan Kapoor
Ayesha Takia as Bhavna Mittal (Raj's wife)
Esha Deol as Diya Saxena (Veer's wife)
Soha Ali Khan as Sonia Kapoor (Aryan's wife)
Aarti Chhabria as Rekha Kothari (Raj's girlfriend)
Sophie Choudry as Dimpe Kothari (Veer's girlfriend)
Riya Sen as Madhuri Kothari (Aryan's girlfriend)
Satish Shah as Kothari
Rajpal Yadav as Mr. Y
Suresh Menon as Panditji
Ali Asgar as H.S Gulati
Javed Khan as Marriage Registrar
David Dhawan as Himself (opening credits sequence)
Garam Masala was released at the same time as Shaadi No. 1 and Kyon Ki.
During the filming of Shaadi No. 1, Riya Sen was hit by a motorbike and supposedly had a near death experience.