Aankhen (1993 film)

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name = Aankhen

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director = David Dhawan
producer = Pahlaj Nihalani
writer = Anees Bazmee
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starring = Govinda
Chunky Pandey
Raj Babbar
music = Bappi Lahiri
cinematography = Siba Mishra
editing = Nand Kumar
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released = 09 April, 1993
runtime = 170 min.
country = India
language = Hindi
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imdb_id = 0106204

"Aankhen" (English: "The Eyes") is a 1993 Bollywood comedy directed by David Dhawan and starring Govinda in a double role and Chunky Pandey. it is a remake of the hit Kannada movie "Kittu Puttu", starring Vishnuvardhan.


Hasmukh Rai has a problem, as a matter of fact two problems in the shape and form of his two sons, Munnu and Bunnu, who are slackers, and always up to no good, and into practical jokes. Hasmukh finds that both his sons have been lying to him about their school and college grades - both in studies and sports - and have not been attending college for the last 3 years. One of their practical jokes gets out of hand, and as a result Bunnu disappears presumed dead, and Munnu gets involved with a conspiracy of replacing the State's Chief Minister with a look-alike. Meanwhile Bunnu's identical cousin Gauri Shankkar arrives in town and is mistaken for Bunnu leading to a comedy or errors and misunderstandings.The movie was 1993 biggest hit.After that movie,Govinda give many other comic hits like Raja Babu,Coolie no1,Saajan chale susral and many more.One of the heroine of the movie, Raageshwari later built herself as an established singer.But she was flopped in the movies arena.The songs of the movie is are really good.The songs are as follows:

1)O lal dupattay wali2)Baray kaam ka bandar3)Chaukhat pe tumhari hum4)angna mein baba5)Ek tammana jeevan ki

This movie gave Govinda boost as he was struggling for his career.Although he gave hits like Hatya (1988),Swarg (1990) and Shola aur shabnam (1992),But this movie established him as king of Bollywood at that time.


*Govinda .... Bunnu/Gaurishankar (Double Role)
*Chunky Pandey .... Munnu
*Raj Babbar .... Chief Minister/Sarang
*Shilpa Shirodkar .... Chandramukhi 'Chanda'
*Bindu ..... Anuradha
*Raageshwari .... Priya Mohan
*Kader Khan .... Hasmukh Rai
*Shakti Kapoor .... Tejeshwar
*Gulshan Grover .... Natwar Shah
*Ritu Shivpuri ....Ritu

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