15 Hilariously Funny Bollywood Comedies That Never Fails To Make You Laugh
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The iconic trio Raju (Akshay Kumar), Shyam (Sunil Shetty), and Baburao (Paresh Rawal) need no introduction. Their wretched plans of making easy money always get tangled up in a mess of their own stupidity, lack of coordination, and multiple groups of antagonists. Literally, every generation has grown up watching these.
Andaz Apna Apna (1994)
This ‘90s multi-starrer is the kind of classic comedy that can be watched and re-watched a zillion times without ever getting bored. Middle-class Amar (Amir Khan) and Prem (Salman Khan) compete for the love of a millionaire’s daughter, Raveena, in the most hilarious of ways.
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Four runaway crooks take shelter in a bungalow which is owned by a blind couple.The partners in mischief: Lucky, Gopal, Madhav and Laxman. They prank others for money; but more often than not find themselves in midst of trouble. And we can’t help but laugh at the mess they create!
The plans of four friends–Hunny, Choocha, Lali and Zafar–who want to make easy money, get bombarded with unprecedented characters and an unfortunate turn of events. A refreshing take on urban middle-class youth with some seriously LOL moments and a promising performance by the entire cast.
Chup Chup Ke (2006)
Offensive Opinion: this is the second-best movie of the Kareena-Shahid duo after Jab We Met. This movie is as witty and hilarious as a Priyadarshan movie gets!
Bhagam Bhag (2006)
just like the name suggests, this movie is a hysterical tale of three theatre performers running round and round in the labyrinth of murder and mishaps. Three of comedy’s kings–Paresh Rawal, Govinda, and Akshay Kumar come together for this one, so there’s no doubt it’s going to be funny as hell.
Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. (2003)
Munna and Circuit’s rib-tickling jodi is a comedy-drama with just the right amount of masala and romance. No wonder, it’s achieved a cult status followed by an equally hilarious sequel.
Chachi 420 (1997)
This critically acclaimed comedy-drama is the perfect balance of emo and gags. Kamal Haasan is just sensational as ‘Chachi’ and the supporting cast does a pretty effing amazing job too!
Delhi Belly (2011)
A film worth every last penny, Delhi Belly is downright sensible as well as hilarious. The performances by Tashi (Imran Khan), Arup (Vir Das), and Nitin (Kunaal Roy Kapur) is absolutely flawless and the plot hysterical.
Two Old Friends, from rich families want to get their children married to each other. But, their children have a plan of their own. The film is a rollercoaster of comedy which will leave you in splits as you see the parents and their kids outdo each other.
Four friends want to get rich by marrying a rich girl. They are searching for such a girl for themselves when they bump into Ritu. And in hopes of marrying here get tangled in a dangerous situation.
Dhamaal is a film that tickles your funny bone every time you watch it. Four friends are on mission to find a hidden treasure in Goa. They are chased by a corrupt cop, who keeps a tab on their every move making their quest even harder.
Ranjit, a music producer, likes to invite people over dinner party to ridicule them. On one such occasion he invites Bharat to his dinner party. But, Bharat has a reputation of his own: he creates a mess wherever he goes. And their meeting ensures that trouble is ensued in Ranjit’s life.
What happens when you date the most notorious don’s sister? You run for your life. But, Rajeev didn’t flinch. Instead, he made them civil by pranking them. A lot! And that’s what makes Welcome one of the epic comic films of Bollywood.
Malamaal Weekly should be watched for a number of reasons: a simple story, great cast and even greater humour. A lottery vendor finds out that the winning lottery tick was sold by him. He tries to locate the winner but finds himself in murky water.