Mast Maja Maadi Review
Producer Soundarya Jagdish has come up with a family entertainer full of fun and frolic in Mast Maja Madi. The film is a relief from the tearjerkers and violent movies that were released in 2008. As we already know, this is a remake of the Hindi film Dhamaal; like the original, Mast Maja Madi is a laugh riot without a single dull moment.
The story revolves around four careless and fun-loving youths played by Vijaya Raghavendra, Nagkiran, Diganth and Komal Kumar who is dumb. By mere luck, the youths come to know about a secret location where a rich businessman (who died in an accident) has kept Rs. 30 crores in cash. The four youths set out happily to find the money but a policeman named Prathap (Sudeep) follows them. Prathap desperately needs a promotion and calculates that this is the finest opportunity that he could get to fulfill his wish so he chases the four youths. But after some time, the youths and Prathap join hands and strike a deal by which 60% of the money will go to the youths and 40% to Prathap. So all five continue their fun-filled journey to get the treasure.