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A suspicious Baniya, Lal Lalu Langotia and a struggling singer, Vijay, are just two of Ekta Nagar's many faceted cosmopolitan residents who will find their lives changed forever. When a ... See full summary »

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Chinni Prakash

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Anand Raj Anand (lyrics) (as Anand Raaj Anand), Shrinivas Babu (screenplay) | 5 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Inder Kumar ... Vijay
Ayesha Jhulka ... Daksha
Arun Bakshi ... Boghi
Suresh Bhagwat ... P.K.
Gulshan Grover ... Sher Khan
Satish Kaushik ... Lalu Lal Langotia
Johnny Lever ... Pandit Vishwanath (as Johny Lever)
Anil Nagrath ... Audio shop owner
Alok Nath ... Uday Shankar (as Aloknath)
Nilofar Nilofar ... Lalu's 2nd wife
Shiva Rindani ... Hajam (as Shiva)
Tiku Talsania ... Sindhi Chakiwala (as Tikku Talsania)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rajni Bala Rajni Bala ... (as Rajnibala)
Deepesh Deepesh
Tina Ghai Tina Ghai

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A suspicious Baniya, Lal Lalu Langotia and a struggling singer, Vijay, are just two of Ekta Nagar's many faceted cosmopolitan residents who will find their lives changed forever. When a mysterious young woman, Daksha, secretly enters their community and lives, and attempts to find a place to live there forever. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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The film did not have a theatrical release in British Columbia, Canada. See more »

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Yeh Jo Teri Paayalon Ki
Written by Anand Raj Anand
Composed by Anand Raj Anand
Performed by Abhijeet
Courtesy of Time Music India
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Saw it only for Ayesha Jhulka
30 October 2020 | by nadkarnisumeetSee all my reviews

Ghoonghat review :

Being an ardent Ayesha Jhulka fan, Ive seen all her films - even the not so good ones - but Ghoonghat directed by choreographer turned director Chinni Prakash was the worst of all. It was his first and last directorial, thankfully.

Absolutely devoid of any logic or sensibility, Ayesha played a damstrel in distress running away from four moochad goons and finally, seeking shelter in a township called Ekta Nagar which has hero Inder Kumar and his wastrel roommates for company.

Inder Kumar is a struggling musician whose tunes are stolen by a famous film music director and so he goes and thrashes him. Speaking of the music, some of Anand Raj Anand's compositions were truly melodious.

With an apology of a plot and a dull narrative, Ghoonghat had no chance at the box office. It was declared a box office disaster sealing the fate of Inder Kumar as well as Ayesha who had pined hopes on it. Sad as both of them were earnest in it!!

Regards, Sumeet Nadkarni.


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Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

25 July 1997 (India) See more »

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