Watch Deewana Mastana
- 2 hr 40 min
Deewana Mastana is a comedy film directed by David Dhawan, released in 1997. The movie features an ensemble cast including Anil Kapoor, Govinda, Juhi Chawla and Johnny Lever. The film revolves around two men, Raj Kumar (Anil Kapoor) and Bunnu (Govinda), who are both in love with the same woman Dr Neha Sharma (Juhi Chawla). Raj is a wealthy businessman, while Bunnu is a small-time crook. The two men cross paths when Raj hires Bunnu to abduct Dr Neha in order to prevent her from getting married to another man, Dr Raj.
However, things take a hilarious turn when the duo ends up kidnapping the wrong woman, Juhi (Juhi Chawla), a mental patient who escapes from the asylum. Juhi mistakes Raj for her long-lost lover, and Raj, who is in love with Dr Neha, decides to play along with her delusion in order to keep her quiet and safe from the police.
The rest of the film revolves around Raj and Bunnu's attempts to keep up the charade and keep Juhi's craziness under control. They bring her to Raj's house where they must keep her hidden from everyone including Raj's father, played by veteran actor Anupam Kher. Meanwhile, the real Dr Neha is on the lookout for her missing friend, Juhi. To make things worse, Bunnu's partner-in-crime Pappu (Johnny Lever) shows up unexpectedly, leading to more chaotic and comedic situations.
The chemistry between the three lead actors is palpable, and their comic timing and flawless performances make the film an enjoyable watch. The songs in the movie, composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal, also add to the charm of the film.
One of the standout performances in the film is by Johnny Lever, who steals the show with his impeccable comedic timing and excellent impressions. His character Pappu adds an extra layer of humor to the film and keeps the audience laughing throughout.
Overall, Deewana Mastana is a hilarious comedy film that will leave you in stitches. The combination of slapstick humor and witty one-liners, along with the excellent performances by the cast, make it a classic Bollywood comedy that you won't want to miss.