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Vikramaditya Motwane (screenplay)
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23 November 2007 (USA) See more »
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Jaidev and Kavita Bhasin live a middle-classed lifestyle in Southall, England, along with their son... See more » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

John Abraham ... Sunny Bhasin

Arshad Warsi ... Shaan Ali Khan

Bipasha Basu ... Rumana

Boman Irani ... Tony Singh

Dalip Tahil ... Johnny Bakshi
Zehra Naqvi ... Jenny

Raj Zutshi ... Monty Singh

Shernaz Patel ... Shweta
Kushal Punjabi ... Goalie
Scott Mean ... Himself
Amanda Bitten ... Jane Fischer - City Council Chair (as Amanda Britten)
Sanjay Sharma ... Akash
Dibyendu Bhattacharya ... Debashis
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ifte Amed ... Ifty (as Ahmed Iftekhar)
Naveen Bawa
Kate Carter ... Babe
Saurabh Dubey ... Jaidev Bhasin

Ernest Ignatius ... Mr. Dhariwahl

Javed Khan ... Tony's Friend
Shakeel Khan
Gilbert Montoya ... Football player
Stephen Nicholas ... Adrian Aston - Football Player
Salman Rathore ... Official
Lee Sellers ... Aston Player
Natasha Sinha
Amarjoet Singh Tiwana ... Amo

Sana Khaan ... Dancer in 'Billo Rani' song (uncredited)

Directed by
Vivek Agnihotri 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Anurag Kashyap  dialogue
Rohit Malhotra  story, screenplay, dialogue
Vikramaditya Motwane  screenplay

Produced by
Siddharth Roy Kapur .... associate producer
Deven Khote .... co-producer
Zarina Mehta .... co-producer
Ram Mirchandani .... associate producer
Alpana Mishra .... associate producer
Manish Nair .... line producer: uk
Rajesh Nair .... supervising producer
Prem Pillai .... supervising producer
Manan Sampat .... line producer
Ronnie Screwvala .... producer
Original Music by
Pritam Chakraborty 
Sanjoy Chowdhury (background score)
Cinematography by
Attar Singh Saini 
Film Editing by
Hemal Kothari 
Casting by
Naila Mughal 
Art Direction by
Nitin Chandrakant Desai 
Costume Design by
Rocky S 
Production Management
Manoj Jadhav .... post-production manager
Manoj Jadhav .... production manager
Ronak Motla .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Satyajeet Gazmer .... associate director
Nitin Parmar .... chief assistant director
Adam Aseem Tiwari .... assistant director: India (as Aseem Tiwari)
Art Department
Narayan K. Padharia .... assistant art director
Prashant Vichare .... assistant art director
Sound Department
Madhu Apsara .... foley effects recordist
Leslie Fernandes .... re-recording mixer
Vijay Kumar .... foley editor
Umesh Patel .... dialogue editor
Koteswara Rao S.V. .... assistant sound re-recording mixer
Dwarak Warrier .... sound designer
Special Effects by
James Munro Boles .... special effects trainee
Visual Effects by
Mahesh Deshpande .... DI editor
Rohit Korgaonkar .... digital compositor
Maheshuwar Minnagaddala .... project leader
P. Mohan .... visual effects
Abhilash Nanda .... roto artist
Paresh Navlakha .... digital compositor
Rajiv Raghunathan .... senior digital intermediate producer
Karthik Ramasamy .... visual effects artist
Sarika Salian .... compositor
Kanishka Sharma .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Thomas English .... steadicam operator
Kapil Verma .... steadicam operator
Sourav Vishwakarma .... first assistant camera (as Saurabh Vishwakarma)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Rajni .... assistant costume designer
Vishakha .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Ashish Amrute .... associate editor
Rajesh Dash .... assistant editor
Shekar Svdc .... assistant colorist
Music Department
Javed Ali .... playback singer
Anand Raj Anand .... playback singer
Daler Mehndi .... playback singer
Sandeep Patil .... scoring producer
Devrath Rana .... playback singer
Richa Sharma .... playback singer
Sandeep Shirodkar .... song programming
Neeraj Shridhar .... playback singer
Abhijit Vaghani .... composer: additional music, BGM
Other crew
Andy Ansah .... football choreographer
Sanjeev Bansal .... vice president: business & legal
Shahana Dasgupta .... script supervisor
Sanjay Inamdar .... production assistant
Saroj Khan .... choreographer
Prakash Nathan .... marketing: distribution & syndication
Leigh Nicol .... script supervisor
Angelica Pressello .... script supervisor
Amit Vij .... production coordinator

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7 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
This GOAL doesn't hit the top corner!, 26 November 2007
Author: Vishboy from India

Let's start with the most important question-Is this a bollywood version of GOAL (2005) starting Kuno Becker? Well, it's definitely a no. And now to the other important question-is it as gripping as its Hollywood counterpart-the answer again is no! But that doesn't mean that DHAN DANA DHAN GOAL isn't watchable. It's an average movie with some interesting sequences.

Set in London (and in particular the South Asian hub Southall), the story revolves around a bankrupt football club-SOUTHALL FC which is struggling to keep itself afloat. It has no sponsors and no money and hasn't won a match in nearly two decades!!! None of its players are professionals but a bunch of full-time dads, butcher shop owner, garage owners etc. It is completely made up of expatriate Indians, Pakistanis and Bangladeshis. Adding to their woes is a greedy commentator cum businessman, played by Dilip Tahil, who wants to grab the ground of the football club to build a shopping mall and theme park. To sum it up the club is in dire straits and the only way of survival is to win their League Championship and get the prize of 3 Million Pounds!!! Really a tough ask for Southall FC.

Thus the story revolves around the resurrection of the football club through a former player of its-played by Boman Irani. This time he takes the mantle of the coach after living in wilderness for 22 years!! Arshad Warsi and John Abraham are the key players of the club around which the team revolves.Bipasha plays the team's doctor.

The main problem with this movie, in my opinion, is that it tries to pack a lot in those reels and that stretches it rather close to 3 hours. That wasn't required. The basic premises is right but the execution isn't. Some sequences are good-like the one that involves Boman Irani trying to convince John Abraham to play for Southall FC. The final match is another sequence that stays with you. I am not too convinced with the racism angle involving John Abraham. And especially, in today's time when an iconic club of England-Arsenal doesn't have one English player in its starting line-up!!! The picturisation is good. The locales of England are something that we bollywood fans have grown use to. But the sequence involving the home ground of Manchester United will please a lot of serious soccer fans! All the performances in the movie are good. John's soccer skills are very very fine! Arshad Warsi and Boman Irani are good too. Bipasha is just there-nothing spectacular on her part! Overall 6/10. Not Too exciting!!

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