Money Hai Toh Honey Hai (2008)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Drama


Money Hai Toh Honey Hai (2008) Poster

Manikchand Khiralal is a struggling model who gets kicked out by his mentor, Dolly, when she finds another boyfriend; Lalabhai Bharodia has no business acumen, and has lost millions; Shruti... See full summary »


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Director:

Ganesh Acharya

Writers:

Muazzam Beg, Sameer (lyrics)

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25 July 2008 | springsunnywinter
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| Honey that bees & bears won't even like
All the fans of Bollywood slapstick comedies (yes there are a lot of you out there) will be disappointed with this rubbish film. Apart from Celina Jaitley in a series of revealing clothes, the film also stars Govinda, Upen Patel and Aftab Shivdasani as three guys trying to get rich in hurry. Bollywood comedies usually turn out to be really funny or really annoying and Money Hai To Honey Hai is really completely annoying, daft, garbage, junk and crap right from start to end of this 2 hours 10 minutes torture device. There is a difference between comedies that require no brains and brainless comedies. The whole movie is dodgy and lacks a single decent joke. The cast couldn't act especially Celina Jaitley who does not even know the ABC of acting. Even the music is rubbish, I disliked every song there is and I usually like at least 1 song of most Bollywood films. Another stupid thing in the movie I noticed is that in the end of the song Jappi Pa the entire crowd disappeared just under 5 seconds before the next shot. Overall I hated everything in this so called comedy, Recommend this movie to someone you really hate.

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Budget:

INR150,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$1,508,351

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