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Sreenath Prasad aka Seenu is the most notorious boy in Ooty. He drops out of college in Ooty in order to pursue education in a Bangalore college. Here he falls in love with Sunaina. But ... See full summary »
Badrinath Bansal from Jhansi and Vaidehi Trivedi from Kota belong to small towns but have diametrically opposite opinions on everything. This leads to a clash of ideologies, despite both of them recognizing the goodness in each other.
Two brothers (twins) born to an honest businessman are separated at birth when their father exposes a smuggling racket and a king pin. One of the brothers is thought to be dead but only resurfaces stronger after living life on the streets to reunite with his family over a sequence of events and twist of fate. Genetically bound by reflexes both the brother's lives interlink in strange ways and a comedy of errors. They eventually come together to destroy the smuggling nexus and save their family from a downfall that awaits them.Written by
'Chaltih Hai Kya Nau Seh Barah' and 'Oonchi Hai Building from the original film Judwaa will have revised versions. See more »
A baby born in a few days doesn't turn on their own. See more »
The UK release has some self-imposed cuts, prior to the release of the film the distributor (Fox Star Hindi) had some concerns over a scene of violence and whether it'd be acceptable at the 12A classification and in order to be sure to obtain this rating the distributor removed this scene from all UK releases of the film. The scene in question occurs during the final fight sequence to a shot of a man being punched in the face and spitting some blood in slow-motion. The film remains uncut in all other countries worldwide. See more »