Hari Singh has been married to Lakshmi for about 40 years, is the father of a male child, who is employed in America, while his wife, Divya, and daughter, Sonia, live with them in a very ... See full summary »

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Hari Singh
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Ganga
Kaivalya Chheda ...
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Jagmohan 'Jaggu' Chadha
Surendra Rajan ...
Tripathi 'Sir'
Rimoh Chakraborty ...
Young Hari Singh
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Lakshmi H. Singh
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Tinnu Anand ...
Kanhaiya
Gaurav Bajaj ...
Adi
Birbal ...
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Ushmey Chakraborty ...
Young Mithun ( as Remo)
Nishikant Dixit
Archana Dumekar ...
Anjan Ghosh ...
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Kitu Gidwani ...
Divya Singh
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Hari Singh has been married to Lakshmi for about 40 years, is the father of a male child, who is employed in America, while his wife, Divya, and daughter, Sonia, live with them in a very harmonious relationship. Then Lakshmi suddenly passes away, leaving Hari alone and vulnerable. He gets close to his grand-daughter, and starts visiting his school-mates. It is then Divya concludes that Hari may not be a good influence over her daughter, after she finds out that he has not only fallen in love, but is also visiting on the sly, as well as exchanging love letters with a woman named Ganga. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Bhai Re Palatke Jindagi
Written by Ajay Jhingran
Composed by Shantanu Moitra
Performed by Ajay Jhingran and Shreya Ghoshal
Courtesy of Super Cassettes Industries Limited (T-Series)
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A Wonderful Film....
22 August 2009 | by (India) – See all my reviews

V K Prakash's 'Phir Kabhi' is a beautiful piece of cinema. A film of a lifetime.

Surprisingly, this film didn't release in Cinemas, and was released on home-video and DTH services. A lovely film like this deserved to release in Cinemas, it could've been a huge success without doubt.

A story on senior citizens, 'Phir Kabhi' unfolds beautifully and ends the same. A simple story told in the neatest manner.

Performances are outstanding: Mithun Chakraborty is the soul of the film. The legendary actor delivers one of the strongest performances of his career. He's fantastic. Dimple is excellent; playing her part with amazing understanding. Rati is good in a cameo appearance. Rimoh Mithun Chakraborty makes a good debut as an actor, the son of the legendary actor is confident all the way. Gulshan Grover & Tinnu Anand are lovable in their roles. Neha Jhulka impresses. Others are perfect.

on the whole 'Phir Kabhi' is outstanding work of cinema. Two Big Thumbs Up!


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