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Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar (1992)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 22 May 1992 (India)
A rich brat and a poor chap try to woo a girl, with their rivalry culminating in the most prestigious college event - the marathon cycle race.


Mansoor Khan


Nasir Hussain (dialogue) (as Nasir Husain), Mansoor Khan (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Aamir Khan ... Sanjaylal Sharma
Ayesha Jhulka ... Anjali
Deepak Tijori ... Shekhar Malhotra
Pooja Bedi ... Devika
Kulbhushan Kharbanda ... Ramlal Sharma
Mamik Singh ... Ratanlal Sharma
Kiran Zaveri Kiran Zaveri ... Kalpana
Ahmed Khan ... Girdhari - Anjali's Father
Ravindra Kapoor ... Shakur
Deb Mukherjee ... Rajput's Coach
Aditya Lakhia ... Maksood
Deven Bhojani ... Ghanshyam a.k.a. Ghanshu
Miki Khan Miki Khan
Prakash Prakash
Sooraj Thapar ... Shekhar's Friend


The biggest sporting event for the school town of Nainital is the annual cycling race. Schools and colleges here range from those like Rajput and Xavier's for the spoilt rich kids to local ones like Model for the poorer kids. For the past two years the cycling race has been won by the arrogant Shekhar Malhotra (Deepak Tijori) of Rajput College. Sanju (Aamir Khan) and Ratan (Mamik) are bothers who attend Model and run a small local cafe. Their father (Kulbhushan Kharbanda) is obsessed by the desire to see Ratan become the cycling champion. Ratan on his part is the ideal son and elder brother to Sanju, good in everything he does and has been the runner-up to Shekhar in the cycling race. Sunju on the other hand is a prankster, not taking life seriously at all enjoying life with his friends among whom is Anjali (Ayesha Jhulka) who loves him silently. Sanju however turns his attention on the new girl on the block, Devika (Pooja Bedi) and convinces her he is rich. He uses the money his ... Written by gavin@sunny_deol2009@yahoo.com

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Welcome To Their Lives, You Will Never Forget


Comedy | Drama | Romance | Sport


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In the mid 90s the song Pehla Nasha was remixed very frequently. See more »


The locations used in final races are actual locations but in different states. Dehradun to Baramulla, Baramulla to Kodaikanal and finally Kodaikanal to Baramulla, if you sum up the distances it is more than distance covered in Tour De France. See more »


Referenced in Shamitabh (2015) See more »


Naam Hai Mera Fonseca
Music by Jatin Pandit & Lalit Pandit
Lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri
Performed by Amit Kumar & Alka Yagnik
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Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar is simple superb
23 December 2005 | by indranilmukSee all my reviews

The movie is really fantastic and it gives the spectators a mental boost to fight for our dreams. It teaches us that even if we are loosing the game of life, we can still succeed, if we have will power in ourselves. The songs are also superb. Udit Narayan has done the magic once again in this film. Amir Khan, as always has given his best in the movie. But Ayesha Julkha has also equaled him in all respects. I really love watching the movie. I have seen it quite a number of times. I love the songs "Pehla Nasha" and "Nahi samjhe hain woh hame". The theme of the story is fantastic. A movie which can be viewed universally by all.

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