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Agni Sakshi (1996) Poster

(1996)

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Agni Sakshi, Yaarana & Daraar which were released back to back were based on Hollywood thriller Sleeping with the enemy.
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'Agni Sakshi' is the second remake of the Hollywood film 'Sleeping with the Enemy'. The first remake being Yaraana starring Madhuri Dixit and will soon be followed by another remake called 'Daraar' starring Juhi Chawla.
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Madhuri Dixit was approached for the role of Shivangi in Agni Sakshi. But she turned it down as she was busy shooting Yaraana, which was also a remake of Sleeping with the Enemy.
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Nana Patekar won a national award for the film.
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The film was big hit at the box office.
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Before the films release it was said that Nana Patekar and Manisha Koirala are getting married but turned out to be a rumor, it was that they were shooting for the film together.
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Among the three Indian remakes of Sleeping with the Enemy, it was only Agni Sakshi which found success at the box office, the other two remakes, Yaraana and Daraar were rejected by the audiences.
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Reckless (CLUB MIX w/ Lyrics) by Chris ''The Glove'' Taylor & David Storrs w/ Ice-T is played in the film. During the birthday party scene when Nana Patekar comes with a gun.
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Nana Patekar is older then Alok Nath in real life who played his father in law in the film.
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The song O Piya was a hit.
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