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Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani (2002)

Not Rated | | Action, Fantasy, Thriller | 16 August 2002 (India)
A shape-shifting snake exacts vengeance on a group of friends for a crime they did not even commit.

Director:

Rajkumar Kohli (as Raj Kumar Kohli)

Writers:

Naveena Bhandari (screenplay), Ravi Shankar Jaiswal (additional dialogue) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sunny Deol ... Karan Saxena
Arman Kohli ... Kapil
Manisha Koirala ... Vasundhara / Divya
Akshay Kumar ... Atul
Sonu Nigam ... Vivek Saxena
Sunil Shetty ... Vijay
Arshad Warsi ... Abdul
Aftab Shivdasani ... Prem Srivastav
Aditya Pancholi ... Ashok Kejriwal
Rambha ... Nita
Pinky Campbell ... Preeti (as Mohini Sharma)
Raj Babbar ... Principal Joseph (priest)
Kiran Rathod ... Rashmi
Sharad S. Kapoor ... Victor
Rajat Bedi ... Rajesh
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Storyline

Diyva and Karan Saxena are in love and plan to marry. Karan has a younger step-brother, Vivek Saxena who he looks after him as though he were his own brother. Divya and Vivek hang out with quite a few young people of their own age, Atul, Vijay, Prem, Ashok, Nita, Rashmi, Niki, and Priti, just to name a few. Two male members try to sexually molest Divya, and get a sound thrashing from Karan. After apologizing, these two members decide to avenge their beating and humiliation. After entrapping Divya, they sexually molest her to such an extent that Divya attempts to kill herself. Unknown to Divya, she was the lover of Kapil a snake with magical powers, in a previous life. Their love life was shattered by an angry sage who cursed them with separation until the 21st century. Divya, who was called Vasundhara in her previous life, dies after this curse, and is reborn as Divya. Now seeing Divya dying, Kapil swears to avenge her death by killing them one by one. Divya does die, but her spirit ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Trivia

Akshay Kumar's character was supposed to be dead in the film according to the script as they wanted Salman Khan as the new hero in the film but due to date problems he rejected the film the director later scrapped the new hero role nd they decided to show Akshay Kumar's character into the state of Comma. See more »

Goofs

When Akshay Kumar's character ask for contribution for the party ,Aditaya Panchauli's character throws a bundle of hundred rupees and says it is fifty thousand rupee.Ideally a bundle of notes has hundred notes so it should have one Lakh rupees. See more »

Alternate Versions

The UK release was cut, the distributor chose to remove acts of violence and scenes of sexual violence in order to obtain a PG classification. An uncut 12 classification was available. The uncut version of the film was later released on DVD and the rating was upgraded to a 15 certificate. See more »

Connections

References Mission: Impossible II (2000) See more »

Soundtracks

Zindagi Main Tujhpe
Performed by Alka Yagnik
Composed by Anand Chitragupth and Milind Chitragupth
Written by Sameer
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Utter Disappointment!
25 November 2005 | by akira_aquSee all my reviews

I am ashamed to admit in public that I even held the cover of this movie once! This is an absolute reason why one should research on the movie before seeing it! The 'makers' of this movie have called us all fools and gullible losers with too much time on our hands.

Based on the mythical Indian shape-shifting powerful cobras and rebirth, the story takes us for a painful ride. College going 40+ actors (now really?) are the target of their former friend Manisha Koirala (who was in her former life a cobra, but is now a ghost!) and her pathetic, eternal, powerful boyfriend cobra/killing machine boyfriend Munish Kohli (who thankfully hasn't been seen since). Now do you need to know more?

I vote for studying for the upcoming test in school rather than this movie! Give it a pass if you are sane. If not... then you'll probably enjoy it.


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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

16 August 2002 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

Проклятие See more »

Filming Locations:

Switzerland

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$1,431,240
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