A newer version of the popular love story of Heer (Sridevi) and Deedho (Anil Kapoor), who calls himself Ranjha, after leaving his house, and living incognito in Heer's village as a labourer... See full summary »

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Dido 'Ranjha'
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Kaedo
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Chochak Chaudhary
Gufi Paintal ...
Kazi
Pankaj Dheer ...
Sultan
Tinnu Anand ...
Baba
Sushma Seth ...
Mrs. Chochak Chaudhary
Mangal Dhillon ...
Zaida
Kunika ...
Bigo
Priti Sapru Walia ...
Sethe - Zaida's Sister (as Preeti Sapru)
Rakesh Bedi ...
Ludan
Girja Shankar ...
Dido's Brother (as Girija Shanker)
Satyendra Kapoor ...
Sage (as Satyen Kappu)
Ram Mohan ...
Zaida's Grandfather
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A newer version of the popular love story of Heer (Sridevi) and Deedho (Anil Kapoor), who calls himself Ranjha, after leaving his house, and living incognito in Heer's village as a labourer in her father's (Shammi Kapoor) house. Heer and Deedho were childhood sweethearts, separated because of family animosities, which have grown over the years, and kept on the boil by Kaheda (Anupam Kher), who leg was irreparabily fractured by Deedho's family and friends. "Rabh ne banaya tujhe mere liye mujhe tere liye..." is not only hummable, but a sound for sore ears. See this movie again, may not be good as the older version of Raaj Kumar and Priya Rajvansh, but has it's good points. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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The first film of Anil Kapoor to release theatrically in Canada. Indian films had stopped releasing in theatre's in 1982 . Heer Ranjha was one of the first films to play in the theatre. See more »

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Rab Ne Banaya Tujhe Mere Liye, Mujhe Tere Liye (female)
Music by Laxmikant Shantaram Kudalkar & Pyarelal Ramprasad Sharma
Lyrics by Anand Bakshi
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Romeo and Julliet Punjab style
17 November 2009 | by See all my reviews

This pertains to a film by the same name running in Montreal Quebec November 2009 at the AMC cinema-I am not even sure if the 1992 production listed on IMDb as most recent is the same version that I saw-if what I saw was more recent then what I saw was the 9th remake of this film-first made in 1928, if the info posted in IMDb is correct. An odd modernization of an old tale in the version I saw involves depicting soft drug use as a socially acceptable pass-time in the India of 1700AD or so, which is when it looks to be set time wise. I have an interest in cinema from around the world, and one thing that is indisputable is that the leading actress in the film I saw is a great looking actress for sure. However I did not find it an uplifting film in general despite the beautiful female lead and some very catchy dance oriented songs that pop up from time to time in the film-that and some very well done flute music also. The ending is fairly dismal to me, and it was a long film at 2 and one half hours...well, you pays your money and you takes your chances-fine if you like going to films to see rich costumes and colourful settings, maybe not so wonderful if you like happy endings.


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