Lucky Kapoor (Fardeen Khan) lives in Australia and has no interest in taking over his father's business in India. Saba Karim Khan (Feroz Khan) has a great interest in the property, but Mr. ... See full summary »
India's underworld is ruled by Don Tony Fernandez and his brother Tiny. Tony decides that he has had enough, goes to confess in a Church, kills one of his men, and then gets himself killed ... See full summary »
Kishen is a newspaper baron married to Kaajal, a housewife who suspects her husband of having numerous non-existent affairs. Pooja is the believing wife of ever-philandering globe-trotting ... See full summary »
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Aryan, a boxer, and his coach Ranvir Singh. Aryan dreams of winning a national award, but ends up in love with Neha and they end up married and with a child. This forces Aryan to looks for ... See full summary »
Childhood friends became enemies when one Mahendra Ashwini Kumar grows up to be Additional Police Commissioner and the other Raj Pratap Singhal becomes a smuggler. Mahendra have two sons ... See full summary »
Lucky Kapoor (Fardeen Khan) lives in Australia and has no interest in taking over his father's business in India. Saba Karim Khan (Feroz Khan) has a great interest in the property, but Mr. Kapoor has no interest in selling the business to Khan. So Khan has Mr. Kapoor killed, making it look like an accident. Jessica Periera (Jaitley), a childhood sweetheart of Lucky, has proof that Mr. Kapoor's death was an accident--but she keeps it to herself. When Karim Khan meets with Lucky to renegotiate, he finds that Lucky is willing to sell--but he also discovers that Lucky bears a striking resemblance to Karim Khan's own dead son. Although Karim Khan will do anything to make Lucky heir to his own wealth and properties, Lucky is not willing to do so. Written by
The film was originally planned in 1996 with Akshaye Khanna and Mamta Kulkarni. When Feroz Khans son Fardeen expressed his desire to become actor,Feroz abandoned the project and started Prem Aggan. See more »
Assalam O Alaikum! Since my childhood, I am a die hard fan of Mr. Feroz Khan especially the movies made by his directorial skills. He was and is ahead of making best technical films. (Late Mukul Anand was after him). Janasheen has a flaw in screenplay otherwise it has the best performance by Mr. Feroz Khan, a great camerawork especially in the motor bike race scene which has been seen first time on the Hindi Cinema and Sr. Khan has one more feather in his cap of presenting the Car Race scene way back in "Apradh" (1972). Beautiful Locales which he captured almost all around the world. Fardeen and Celina were good and Johnny Lever was okay. Actions were great, "Matrix" kind of thing. Don;t go with your family to watch this movie. I hope you understand what I mean. It is a must kind of thing in F.K. International Presentations like the products made by Late Raj Kapoor. It is a watchable movie and it till now it is known by the Box Office Collections which were Fantastic in the North Side. 3.5/5 Allah Hafiz
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