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You have seen them and gone gaga over them. They are best, evergreen mind refreshing, comedy films, which have left their imprints in the mind of viewers over the years. Let’s once again tickle our nerves by having a look at the numbers of the comedy films that have become classic over the years.

Padosan(1968)

The film had Sunil Dutt and Saira Banu in lead roles. Kishore Kumar, Mukri, Raj Kishore and Keshto Mukherjee played the supporting roles. The essence of the comedy was retained by Mehamood, who played the role of Masterji,his south Indian accent..aiyo with his south Indian get up,  made the audience go gaga over his character and the  story of a simple town boy who fell in love with his padosan(neighbor)was knitted in a humorous way.

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Chupke Chupke (1975)

The story of the  film revolved around the mischievous botany teacher Parimal Tripathi ( Dharmender) who be fooled his in laws. The dialogues, characters and the light hearted story, still  tickle the nerves of the people.

Gol Maal (1979)

The film was directed by the Hrishikesh Mukherjee. The film is remembered  for the double role of the Amol Parekar and the hilarious twist and turns which made the film ideal for other comical stints. The contemporary Golmal( all the three parts) starring Ajay Devgan,Tushar Kapoor, Paresh Rawal is also one of the contender of best best comedy films of modern times.

Chashme Buddoor(1981)

The film was based on the three bachelors, Siddharth (Farooq Shaikh), Omi (Rakesh Bedi) and Jai (Ravi Baswani) who made it a classic film of all the times. Recently, David Dhavan also made the film with the same name, but the film failed to create a same magic which old one did.

Andaj Apna Apna (1994)

The iconic acting of the Sallu Mia and Mr perfectionist as Amarand Prem ,with the refreshing story and how can we forget the crime master Gogo, are the perfect ingredients for cooking a best comedy film.

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Hero No.1 (1997)

Talking about comedy films and how can we miss our own Chichi Bhaiya aka Govinda who has forte in comedy. The film was inspired from 70’s film Bawarchi. The mesmerizing Jodi of Karishma Kapoor and Govinda made it  heart enriching.

Hera Pheri ( 2000)

The story revolves around three men, who end up in the mess for earning money. The film had best Jodi of Akshay, Sunil and Paresh Rawal, who left no stones unturn to make it a classic film.

Malamaal Weekly ( 2006)

Starring  Paresh Rawal and Om Puri and written and directed by Priyadarshan. The film got poor ratings by the critics, but despite it, the film  was a surprise hit at the box office. As of April 2006, the film was the top grosser in Delhiand made Rs. 120 million (about $2.6 million) overall. If rumors are to be believed the second instalment of the film  Malamaal Weekly 2 will soon be directed by the same director.

Welcome (2007)

The film had Akshay Kumar, Katrina Kaif in the lead and Nana Patekar, Anil Kapoor in the supporting role. The film garnered much appreciation for the dialogues and the acting. The film did a fairlbusiness at the box office, but it is remembered as one of the best comedy movie of the Akshay Kuma so far.

Dhamaal (2007)

The film is an official remake of  Hollywood film  It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, the sequel of the film Double Dhamal was released in 211, but was not able to garner same applause which earlier did.

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