Jaggu and Maggu are two friends who live together; sing and dance at weddings, anniversaries, births, and parties for a living. Jaggu has a son named Chander, while Maggu has a daughter ... See full summary »

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Sheeba
Saathi Ganguly ...
Pinky Khanna (as Sathi Ganguly)
Shahbaaz Khan ...
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Ananth Narayan Mahadevan ...
Prabhat Kumar (as Anant Mahadevan)
Raza Murad
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Maggu
Kader Khan ...
Jaggu (as Kadar Khan)
Chandrashekhar ...
Host of 'Miss India' party
Yunus Parvez
Raja Duggal
Avtar Gill
Ghanshyam ...
Thief
Sarla Yeolekar ...
Maggu's wife
Master Imran
Baby Nikita
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Jaggu and Maggu are two friends who live together; sing and dance at weddings, anniversaries, births, and parties for a living. Jaggu has a son named Chander, while Maggu has a daughter named Kamla. They decide to get the children married, and formalize their marriage when they are adults. Chander is sent to a hostel so that he can study and become a better person than his father, and Maggu. Years later, Chander has now grown up and is well educated. Delighted, Jaggu and Maggu go to the city to bring him back home to get married to Kamla. To their shock and surprise, Chander refuses to have to do anything with them; he has a girlfriend named Pinky Khanna, who he gets engaged to, and will marry soon; and he outright refuses to marry Kamla under any circumstances. Jaggu, Maggu, and Kamla now realize their fate - which is traveling around singing and dancing the rest of their lives, and living destitute lives. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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26 July 1991 (India)  »

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a wife winning back her husband from the clutches of another woman and her rich evil father
26 October 2005 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

a wrong cast with inappropriate names..anyone coming from India or having an idea about the country would understand that no sexy woman in India could be named "Kamla" ...let alone a handsome man named "Chandar" and well lets just leave the highly obnoxious name "Pinki" alone. The movie revolves around the story of one named Kamla(Sheeba) who's husband Chandar(Shabaaz Khan) leaves her for another woman Pinki(Sarla) from a very rich family. Kamla becomes a renowned dancer and glamorous to win back her husband. I hate to be so critical but there is not a single thing that I liked about this particular flick....but yeah, I completely enjoyed it, but thats because I don't have a job and I'm kind of masochistic.


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