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Wrong Number (2003)

A group of friends love to prank-call random people from the phone book...until a chance connection leads to a serious entanglement.

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Credited cast:
Rinku Ghosh ...
Aarti
Benjamin Gilani ...
Dr. Mathur
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Mahi Mathur
Yash Tonk
Raqesh Vashisth ...
Raj (as Rakesh Bapat)
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Four friends from college: Karan, Mahi Mathur, Monty and Aarti love to play pranks on people which involves randomly selecting their telephone number from the directory and call them on the sly. But when they get in contact with Raj; they will find that their lives are not the same anymore. Written by gavin (racktoo@hotmail.com)

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12 December 2003 (India)  »

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Kal Hum Jiss Se Mile The
Sung by Kumar Sanu & Anuradha Paudwal
Music by Daboo Malik
Lyrics by Praveen Bhardwaj
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Pathetic script
12 February 2004 | by See all my reviews

This "thriller" was a waste of time. I just saw it recently and I don't even remember how bad it was. The climax of this movie was the most retarded thing ever. This was a B-grade film. There were stupid things like in one scene, a character says, I love nature. The greenery and the waterfalls are so beautiful. For goodness sake, they were walking around a concrete dam in the middle of the city with a few shrubs for greenery and a water dump for a waterfall.


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