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Malaamal Weekly starring is a 2006 Bollywood comedy filmParesh Rawal and Om Puri. Director Priyadarshan is credited with the writing, and has been adamant that in contrast to his previous films, which were remakes, Malaamal is "totally and absolutely original". He claimed he would offer an unspecified monetary prize to anyone who caught him out. Several reviewers have pointed out that the plot is very similar to that of 1998 Irish comedy Waking Ned, but nothing more has been heard of the prize.

The film was rated poorly by most reviewers, but was a surprise hit among cinema-goers.

Tagline: Kiski lottery lag gayi? (Who has won the lottery?)


The film takes place in the impoverished village of Laholi, where, following past droughts, most of the villagers' possessions are mortgaged to the local Thakur's wife Karamkali. One of the few entertainments the villagers can afford is the lottery, Malaamal Weekly (Malaamal is Hindi for 'rich').

Lilaram is the only educated man in the village, and has the job of intermediary between the lottery organisation and the village, for which he receives only a commission whenever a villager wins; thus he has a relatively good but volatile income. One day he reads the winning lottery numbers and realises that one of the tickets has won the top prize of one crore (about $220,000, a relative fortune in rural India). He devises a plan to obtain the winning ticket and present it to the commission as his own. He hosts a dinner (mortgaging his wife's beloved pet goat to the Thakur's wife to pay for it) and invites all the villagers who play the lottery, but the man he is looking for does not turn up. By elimination he deduces that the winner is Anthony, the town drunk, and reasons that he didn't turn up because he knew that he had won the top prize. Hoping to at least extract his commission, he goes to Anthony's house, and finds him dead, the winning ticket clutched in his hand and a happy expression on his face.

Lilaram attempts to pry the ticket from Anthony's fingers, but is thwarted by Anthony's body going into rigor mortis. Lilaram eventually succeeds in freeing it with the aid of a knife; at this point Ballu, the local dairy farmer, enters the house and discovers him standing over Anthony's corpse with what appears to be the murder weapon in his hand. Lilaram tells Ballu the truth and convinces him to remain silent in exchange for sharing the lottery winnings between them.

Unfortunately for them, before dying Anthony managed to call the lottery commission and give his name and address, as well as his sister and several people to whom he owed money in order to tell them of his good fortune. The secret soon becomes impossible to keep, and Lilaram must figure out how to fool the lottery inspector, who is on his way to the village to interview Anthony.

Similarities with Waking Ned

Despite Priyadarshan's claims, the similarities which have led several reviewers to refer to the film as a remake are striking. Both films are set in a small, remote village; both films involve a man winning the lottery and subsequently dying of shock with the winning ticket clutched firmly in hand; in both films, the conspiracy to take the winnings on his behalf is initially limited to two people, but inevitably expands to include the whole village; and finally, in both films, a single villager attempts to reveal the conspiracy to the lottery commission for her own benefit, but is silenced when she dies in a car accident.


Ritesh Deshmukh...... Kanhaiya
Paresh Rawal...... Lilaram
Om Puri...... Balwant - Ballu
Shakti Kapoor...... Joseph
Rakhi Sawant
Reema Sen...... Sukhmani
Rajpal Yadav...... Bajbahadur
Sudha Chandran...... Karamkali
Asrani...... Chokheylal
Rasika Joshi...... Mary
Tiku Talsania...... Anthony
Arbaaz Khan...... Jayesh Agarwal

Download Malamaal Weekly Songs - Bollywood Movie

Yeh Ajooba - Remix
Sun Mere Mitwaa

Kismat Se Chalti Hai

Hansani O Meri Hansani

Sar Sar Sar

Hansani O Meri Hansani - Remix

Yeh Ajooba

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