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Shreemaan Aashique (1993)

Professor Vishwa Mitra (Anupam Kher) has made an organisation that persuades men not to marry because a woman makes the life of a man hell. Durshan Kumar (Rishi Kapoor) is also a member of ... See full summary »

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Dushant Kumar Mehra
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Shakuntala (Shaku) (as Urmila)
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Menka
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Kalidas Mehra 'Kali'
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Suman Mehra
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Anand (Army Man)
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Professor Vishwa Mitra (Anupam Kher) has made an organisation that persuades men not to marry because a woman makes the life of a man hell. Durshan Kumar (Rishi Kapoor) is also a member of that organisation. Durshan's parents (Tiku Talsania & Reema Lagoo) are very upset because of Durshan's views about women. Once, Durshan has to go to Manali, a hill-station, for business purpose. Vishwa Mitra gives him a lecture to keep away from girls because at a hill-station, there is a greater chance of falling in love. So, Durshan goes to Manali with all the advice in his mind. But, there he falls in love with Shakoo (Urmila) despite all the care. Urmile also falls in love with Durshan. Durshan returns to Bombay (his home town) promising Shakoo that he will come again and marry with her. Now Shakoo's father (Dinesh Hingoo) has a friendship with Vishwa Mitra. Before Durshan goes to Manali, he comes to Bombay alongwith his daughter, Shakoo. He says to Vishwa Mitra that he has to go somewhere and ... Written by Mohsin Ali Khan

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Dawood Ibrahim's brother Noor Kaskar was the film's lyricist . See more »

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time-pass light comedy
7 August 2002 | by See all my reviews

seeing urmila when see was young, at the start of her career....quite refreshing.

This film's about a guy(Rishi) who falls in love w/ a girl. His guru also falls for the girl. So, Rishi tracks down his guru's old girlfriend and reunites them.....pretty funny movie...

Watch this film if you've got nothing better to do. Otherwise....watch Kuch Kuch Hota Hai....much better than this, but with the same theme, reunification


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