Happy Husbands (2011 film)

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Happy Husbands
Happy Husbands (2011).jpg
Promotional poster
Directed byAnay Sharma
Written byAnay Sharma
Produced bySuresh Sharma
StarringAnay Sharma
Kurush Deboo
Gaurav Ghai
Bakul Thakkar
Danica Moadi
CinematographySrikant Naroj
Edited byVilas Ranade
Deepak Wirkud
Music byAnay Sharma
Phenomenal Craft
Release date
  • 25 March 2011 (2011-03-25)

Happy Husbands[1] is a Hindi comedy film, directed by Anay Sharma and produced by Suresh Sharma. The film was released under the Phenomenal Craft banner.[2][3]


Arjun, Champoo, and Mohit are married to wives who love them, however, they would prefer to meet other women and even date them. For this purpose, Arjun introduces them to a successful executive, Jaiveer, who is married to Priya, and has a young son. Through him they meet and get involved with a variety of women. Their respective wives are not aware of these turn of events, however, things get complicated for Jaiveer himself when his wife gets evidence of his infidelity.


  • Anay Sharma as Jaiveer
  • Ahwaan Kumar as Arjun
  • Kurush Deboo as Champoo Patel
  • Mohit Ghai as Mohit
  • Archana Sharma as Priya
  • Danica Moadi as Diya, Arjun's wife
  • Shruti Sharma as Naina, Mohit's wife
  • Akanksha as Jimmy's wife
  • Jimmy Cooper as Jimmy
  • Sunil Bhalla as Bhalla
  • Aray Bhalla as Happy Singh
  • Gaurav Ghai as Dave
  • Lisa as Dave's girlfriend
  • Tonikram Mattoo as Chadda
  • Harshaali as Chadda's wife
  • Heena Rajput as Heena


The album features 5 tracks composed by Anay Sharma, with lyrics written by Sarim Momin.

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Aai Aai Aai Hai" Ishq Bector, Earl, Anay Sharma
2 "Love You" Javed Ali
3 "Tum Se" Naresh Iyer
4 "Tu Hi Meri" Hamza Faruqui
5 "Aish Kar Aish Kar" Sunidhi Chauhan

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ "Bollywood News, Entertainment News, Movie Reviews, Ratings, Latest Videos, Box Office Collection - Bollywood Hungama".
  2. ^ Director's Report – India Info Line
  3. ^ "Cast and Crew – Songblasts". Archived from the original on 29 November 2010. Retrieved 25 November 2010.

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