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Hindustan Ki Kasam (1999)

A mother gives birth to twins. Unfortunately, they are separated. One of the children ends up in neighbouring Pakistan and grows up a devout Muslim named Tauheed, while the other grows up ... See full summary »

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Roshanaara
Farida Jalal ...
Mother of Ajay and Tauheed
Prem Chopra ...
B.S. Brar
Navin Nischol ...
Chander Malhotra
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Jabbar
Shahbaaz Khan ...
Pakistani Intellegence
Goga Kapoor ...
Tauheed's trainer
Kader Khan ...
Dr. Dastoor
Salim Khan Ding-Dong ...
Nawaab
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Kabeera
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Ajay / Tauheed
Shakti Kapoor ...
Verma
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Priya
Sukhwinder Singh ...
Singer in Ishq Brandy
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A mother gives birth to twins. Unfortunately, they are separated. One of the children ends up in neighbouring Pakistan and grows up a devout Muslim named Tauheed, while the other grows up as a Hindu named Ajay. With the on-going rivalry and hatred between the two countries, both find themselves on the opposite side, and must battle each other. The only way they can unite is by saving the life of the Pakistani Prime Minister, who himself has become the target of terrorists. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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23 July 1999 (USA)  »

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£22,414 (UK) (23 July 1999)
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The Movie was a tribute to Veeru Devgan's Mother. See more »

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Featured in Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World (2005) See more »

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Between OK and bad
17 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

The starting portions of this movie can be misleading as it starts off rather well. The scene where the guy jumps of a plane and does all sorts of stuff in the air actually looks realistic beyond belief! I've really have'nt seen such a realistic scene in an Indian film and it looks well beyond any blue screen effort.

Unfortunately the movie quick degrades after that with crappy acting and crappy plot. Some corrupt general in Pakistan wants to assassinate the PM and our heroes have to save him and the day. No one likes an Indo-Pak peace movie, especially a cheap, cheesy and ridiculous movie like this. Its bad enough that with two brothers growing up on two different countries, one has to equate an elephant with a cockroach but does it really had to be this badly done?


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