Twin brothers who are separated soon after birth, meet in adulthood and join forces to defeat their common enemy, a notorious criminal.

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Raja / Prem Malhotra
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Sharma
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Police Inspector Vidyarthi
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Rangeela
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Sundari Batwani
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Mrs. Geeta Malhotra (as Reema)
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Bharosa Malhotra
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Sheetal Joshi
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Mrs. Malhotra's (Reema Lagoo) twin sons were separated at birth, so now she only has one son beside her. Since then she has been in shock and confined to a wheelchair in the USA. Quiet and mature Prem (Salman Khan), one of the twins, returns to India with his father Mr. Malhotra (Dalip Tahil) and mother Mrs. Malhotra to marry outgoing and precocious Mala (Karishma Kapoor), who is the daughter of Mr. Sharma (Kader Khan). There Prem meets his identical twin brother Raja (also Salman Khan) who is a thief and also exactly the opposite in nature to Prem. A series of comic scenes result as a result of the twins getting together. Raja loves quiet and mature Roopa (Rambha) and both the girls are confused by the change they perceive in their respective lovers. To muddy the waters Tiger Ratanlal (Mukesh Rishi) has sworn vengeance against the Malhotra family for what they did to his father (Deepak Shirke). Written by Soumitra

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This is the first film starring Salman Khan in a David Dhawan film. See more »

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References Ram Aur Shyam (1967) See more »

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Oonchi Hai Building
Written by Dev Kohli
Composed by Anu Malik
Performed by Anu Malik and Poornima
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Movie belongs to Salman
5 July 2008 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Judwaa is a plant surprise.Direction is not bad.Script is good.Story is good.It opens when a lady gives birth to twins.When they are born the nurse says that one has a bandage.Soon they get separated.One is with them.The other is in a railway track and has no one.The twist in the tale is whenever one of the child does something like fighting,kissing or eating the other twin does the same. .Cinematography is pleasant.Songs are loud and forgettable.Chereography is terrible.Background score was irritating.Anupham Kher and Satish Shah were very much annoying and could have been deleted.Karishma delivers a dreadful performance as Mala.Kader was annoying.The lady which played Rajas sister was barley wasted.The man which played Tiger was very irritating.Rambha was okay but acted better than Karishma.The movie belongs to Salman who gives a great perfromance wven though he is in his regular overacting self he has done well.The movie is a watch but just forward the songs


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