Mast is a 1999 Bollywood musical film by Indian director Ram Gopal Verma. This was the debut film for Aftab Shivdasani as a lead actor. Till then, he was recognized as a child actor. Kittu (Aftab Shivdasani) is an arts student in Pune and is madly in love with actress and film star Malika (Urmila Matondkar). He has posters up on his wall and goes to all of her movies, and even fantasizes that she is there with him when he is watching these items. His father concerned with his son's declining exam scores, confronts Kittu on his obsession and tears down the posters. To Kittu, this is almost as bad as murder and decides to move out and away to Mumbai, where the star, herself, lives.
Krishnakant Mathur (Aftab Shivdasani) alias "kittu", works in a restaurant, which is located right opposite the bunglow of famous movie actress, Mallika (Urmilla Matondkar). Kittu, simply ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
JJR JR (kr) wrote: Maybe the best boxing movie...ever
Olivier B (it) wrote: Je m'attendais pire.
Kathleen D (br) wrote: HBO is celebrating Asian heritage this month. This was a Chinese drama but took place in Seattle and the actors spoke english. Thought it was pretty good though.
Wiebke K (kr) wrote: Well, not a great movie, but it has some disturbing New Orleans post-Katrina shots, and the camera makes it look rather gritty, and it does have Val Kilmer in it.
Amy L (ag) wrote: Hayden is as cute as ever, but Ken is not hot.
JuS B (jp) wrote: well it's not as good as i was expecting... but the story it's kinna nice, but girls can be a million times worst than they show in this movie... and the end doesn't have sense.. because here bitchy friend didn't do anything... in reality she would have hit here or eventually take revenge...
SRK 4 (ca) wrote: Good. can be seen once.
Bill M (mx) wrote: God bless Criterion.
Gregory B (br) wrote: Consistently and irredeemably bad. Not even Alan Rickman, Brian Blessed, and Morgan Freeman could fix it.