Unemployed daydreamer, Vijay Kumar (Sanjay Kapoor) has one goal in his life, which is to marry his dream-girl. His dad (Kulbhushand Kharbanda) has other plans, to get him married to Vandana... See full summary »

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Asrani ...
Gate-crasher
Rakesh Bedi ...
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Laxmikant Berde ...
Arun
Dinesh Hingoo ...
Pandit
Sanjay Kapoor ...
Vijay Kumar
Satyendra Kapoor ...
Rajnath Nehle
Shakti Kapoor ...
Mamaji
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Ram Nehle
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Mr. Kumar
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Lakhan Nehle
Madhoo ...
Vandana Nehle
Urmila Matondkar ...
Sapna
Paintal ...
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Dina Pathak ...
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Rajesh Puri ...
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Unemployed daydreamer, Vijay Kumar (Sanjay Kapoor) has one goal in his life, which is to marry his dream-girl. His dad (Kulbhushand Kharbanda) has other plans, to get him married to Vandana (Madhoo), the daughter of his friend, Rajnath Nehle (Satyne Kappu). While at a wedding ceremony, Vijay actually gets to see the girl from his dreams, appropriately named Sapna (Urmilla Matondkar), both meet and decide they are meant for each other, little knowing that Sapna is none other than Vandana's sister; and an admirer of Sapna, Bobby, will not stop at anything to make Sapna his wife. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Drama | Musical | Romance

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15 August 1997 (India)  »

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Remake of Pelli Sandadi (1997) See more »

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The queen of his nightmares
22 February 2010 | by (Earth) – See all my reviews

My God what a total waste of time. What a pathetic excuse of a movie. This movie is one of the most laughable and ridiculous films to have been made. The film tells the ancient story of a guy who plans to marry a girl he's never met, but whose image often appears in his dreams. A story filled with the worst of clichés and made just for the sake of making. Had K. Raghavendra Rao ever thought this film would succeed? The writing is bad and everything else about this film is insufferable. The film stars Sanjay Kapoor playing a dreamy Romeo of our times. He's never been a noteworthy talent, but it really is painful to see an actress like Urmila Matondkar getting totally wasted in a cheap fare of this sort. I highly recommend you to avoid this movie if it ever crosses your way.


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