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Jatts In Golmaal

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:May 23, 2013
Running time:129 minutes
Cast:Arya Babbar, Binnu Dhillon, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Jaswinder Bhalla, B.N Sharma
Director:Ksshitij Chaudhary
Writer:Naresh Kathooria
Distributor:JC Entertainment

Description: This is the story of the protagonist wanting to go to Canada by hook or crook and all the confusion and comedy of errors that evolves during his journey. Binnu Dhillon plays a gang leader with a heart problem. The doctor recommends him to get a new heart transplant. The gang leader starts his search for a new heart but is unable to find any healthy donor in his gang. Each and every goon working for him has some sort of a drinking or drug abuse problem. Aarya Babbar, on the other hand, plays a man who is in the need of money to go to Canada. He is a simpleton and somewhat dumb and therefore agrees to sell his heart to the gang leader without even realizing that it will simply kill him.

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