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Ankhon Mein Tum Ho (1997)

Not Rated | | Romance | 26 December 1997 (India)
Prem Kapoor lives a wealthy life-style with his grandfather, as his parents had passed away in a plane crash when he was a child. Since that day his grandfather had nothing but regret as he... See full summary »

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Ashim S. Samanta
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Credited cast:
Anuraag Anuraag ... Ramesh
Rakhee Gulzar ... Ranimaa (Mrs. Burman)
Satyendra Kapoor ... Public Prosecutor Gupta
Sharad S. Kapoor ... Pratap Burman / Ranjeet
Ashok Kumar ... Kapoor (Dadhu)
Ram Mohan ... Doctor
Pramod Moutho ... Mohan (as Pramod Muthu)
Suman Ranganath ... Pooja (as Suman Ranganathan)
Ravishankar ... Deendayal - Pooja's dad
Rohit Roy ... Prem
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Prem Kapoor lives a wealthy life-style with his grandfather, as his parents had passed away in a plane crash when he was a child. Since that day his grandfather had nothing but regret as he had refused to listen to his astrologer who had warned him that travel will endanger their lives. Now he always consults his astrologer on any important matter. When Prem introduces him to Pooja, he approves of her instantly, but when his astrologer informs him that Pooja's is quite unworthy of the Kapoor as she will eventually murder her husband within 12 months of their marriage. As a result, Prem and Pooja are unable to marry, and soon Prem comes to know that Pooja has married another wealthy man named Pratap Burman. Then a year later, Pooja is arrested for the deaths of Mohan, Pratap's uncle, and his mother, Mrs. Burman, and Pratap has barely escaped an attempt on his life. Prem, an advocate now, must now determine whether there was any truth in the astrologer's prediction, and if so, why did ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Romance

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Final film of Ashok Kumar. See more »

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A very delectable surprise
28 August 2016 | by fillerruthSee all my reviews

I know this is not a star cast movie and also not a big budget movie. But the true thing is "Good things come in small packages!" I think this is one of the most underrated movies of Indian cinema and the audience must be missed a great experience. This is a very good movie and one of the best thriller movie of that year. Thank you, Mr. Director and the producer for a nice thriller and also a good family drama movie. I don't know the box office report of this movie or the verdict but this is a very well made movie. Without any star or healthy budget, a movie can be a good one, this is the perfect example of that.

The first half of the movie is very typical, formulated and very ordinary. till the interval the movie will bore you but after the interval, the ultimate thrill and suspense come with a royal approach. There is a court drama and the court drama is very thrilling. The story and the screenplay were well written that's why the court drama was perfectly enjoyed. The villain capture scene was very good and the way the director showed this is a very innovative. Songs are not great but matched with this movie. The direction was very good and the storyline is fresh and new.

After all, this is not a big star movie and maybe for that, the Indian audience skipped this and Surely they missed a delectable surprise.


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