Mumbai, Apr 11 : Bollywood movie 'Krazzy 4', a feel good comedy, with an interesting ensemble cast is released in theatres across the country on Friday.
Arshad Warsi, Irfan Khan, Rajpal Yadav, Suresh Menon, Juhi Chawla and Dia Mirza have played the lead roles in this laugh riot.
The plot of the movie revolves around the life of four crazy men. The first one is a bad tempered person prone to reacting violently at the slightest provocation. The second one is extremely fussy about order and cleanliness, while, the third habitually lives in the past and the fourth one is plain crazy.
Arshad Warsi, known for his histrionic skills plays Raja, one of the four crazy characters.
"The character named Raja is short tempered, resorting to violent means at the slightest provocation. His fury is quite uncontrollable and hence the need to get rehabilitated at a special centre," said Arshad.
Beauty queen Dia Mirza said this movie will enable viewers to don their thinking caps and rid themselves of rigid notions.
"Krazzy 4 makes you look at life from a different perspective. We always think that people should behave in a particular manner. We have rigid perceptions. But the moment you kind of alter that and look at life from a different perspective, you realise it is not always like that," said Dia.
The movie is veteran actor Rakesh Roshan's home production and is directedy Jaideep Sen with music rendered by Rajesh Roshan.
'Krazzy 4' has two special item numbers by superstar Shahrukh Khan andollywood item girl Rakhi Sawant.
Rakesh Roshan's son Hrithik Roshan has also shot a special promotional song for the film.
The film had landed in a controversy after an advertisement jingle composer Ram Sampath had levelled charges of plagiarism against the filmmakers, accusing them of lifting tunes, which he had composed.
The matter went to the Bombay High Court, which slapped a fine of Rs. 2 crore on the makers of the movie.
However, the parties resolved the matter amicably after the court on Thursday passed an interim order, directing the producers to release the film without the controversial tracks. The court directed to delete two songs before the release of the film.
Following the mutual settlement, the movie is set for a run intact with all songs.