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Motichoor Chaknachoor is a Bollywood comedy-drama, helmed by popular TV director Debamitra Hassan. The movie stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui & Athiya Shetty in lead roles. Motichoor Chaknachoor is all about weddings and relationships. Nawazuddin Siddiqui plays an unmarried guy who is looking out for a bride and is ready to marry even an ugly, fat, bald girl. On the other hand, Athiya Shetty plays a girl who only wants to marry an NRI. Things turn a hilarious turn when these two people end up tying the knot.
Annie aka Anita (Athiya Shetty) is searching for a life partner but there’s a condition. To make her ‘sahelis’ jealous, she wants to marry an NRI only and has already rejected many marriage proposals for the same reason.
Enter Pushpendra Tyagi (Nawazuddin Siddiqui), a Dubai-returned accountant who too is hunting for a bride and turns out to be Annie’s neighbour. “36 ke hain gaye, kab tak brahmachari bankar baithe rahe, Naati, kaali, patali, takli…kisi se bhi byah kar lenge….Hamko mod-hi chahia bas,” says Tyagi in desparation to his younger sibling.
Soon, our hero manages to find himself a bride, but his happiness is short-lived when his family calls off the engagement. Seeing this as a golden opportunity to settle abroad, Annie fools Pushpendra into believing that she loves him and the duo even ends up tying the knot without informing their respective families.
Things take a hilarious turn when Annie discovers that Pushpendra has already been fired from his job in Dubai. Will Annie’s dream of settling in a foreign country come true? The rest of the film holds an answer to that.
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