You are invited to the hottest, funniest, most outrageous party Hollywood ever threw! Packed with gorgeous models, ravishing starlets, powerful producers - and even a baby elephant - this comic masterpiece evokes near-continuous howling laughter and stars the inimitable comic genius Peter Sellers! When accident-prone Indian actor Hrundi V. Bakshi (Sellers) manages to blow up an expensive Hollywood movie set - just seconds before it's scheduled to be blown up on film - the director calls a studio executive to have the actor placed on the "exclusion list." A clerical error, however, places Bakshi on the "A list" instead and earns him an invitation to the studio executive's swanky party. Once there, he manages, with nothing but the best intentions to create disaster!
A Sellar's classic. The opening scene with a bugler who just refuses to die, had me splitting my sides. A lot of the acting is very hammy and amateur. A lot of the plot is pretty thin and although it is dated some contemporary slap stick is at this level.
Strange film, with some very funny moments, but plot is slightly far-fetched in places. Looks quite dated which gives it a certain style. Wouldn't say it was that amazing, but we have taken to calling our dog's food 'num-nums'.