Cast: Sunil Shetty, Arshad Warsi, Sandhya Mridul, Upasna Singh, Vrajesh Hirjee, Tania Zaetta, Sharat Saxena, Mahima Mehta, Shravan, Ning, Anishka Khosla, Bobby Darling, Rashmi Nigam, Sadashiv Amrapurkar, Aashish Vidyarthi
Producer: Deepak Shivdasani, Bhola Malviya
Cinematography: Thomas Xavier
Editing: Steven Bernard
Screenplay: Nishikant Kamat, Sanjeev Duggal
Story Writer: Shaktimaan
Director: Deepak Shivdasani
Short Movie Review: The film, attempted as a comedy, turns out to be a somewhat tragic experience for the unsuspecting viewers who walk in the cinema halls expecting some good laughs but walk out with their expressions suggesting they have endured some kind of torture.
Gopi (Sunil Shetty) a simpleton, arrives in Goa from Hoshiyarpur. His mission - to hand over an incredibly tiny piece of land to his childhood friend Kishen, which was his father's last wish.
Kishen (Arshad Warsi), now a conman, swindles people with a little help from his accomplice, Babu (Atul Kale), to earn enough money to educate his sibling Divya (Mahima Mehta) who's studying in London.
Who gets the diamonds? Does Gopi manage to take Kishen to Hoshiyarpur? And was the land just a meager piece of land or something more? The answers are out in black and white by the time you go through this hectic cinematic maze!
"If you are looking forward to an entertaining weekend, Mr. White Mr. Black is not the answer".