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Yaraan Naal Baharaan (2005)

A story of Navdeep and Harman, two young college students who fall in love, making their life so different and beautiful... and difficult.


Manmohan Singh


Amrik Gill, Babu Singh Maan (lyrics) | 1 more credit »


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Credited cast:
Jimmy Sheirgill ... Navdeep Brar 'Deep'
Juhi Babbar ... Harman Kaur
Raj Babbar ... Major Balwinder Brar
Gavie Chahal ... Pammi
Gurpreet Ghuggi ... Rangila
Anupam Kher ... Col. Thakur Singh
Sudeepa Singh Sudeepa Singh ... Jeeti Kaur - Deep's sister
Sunita Dhir Sunita Dhir ... Mrs. Brar- Deep's mother (as Sunita Dheer)
Rupi Kamboj Rupi Kamboj ... Harman's friend
Ketki Dave ... Geeta - Thakur's Wife
Prabhleen Sandhu ... Dolly
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Deepika Deepika ... University Student
Sonika Gill Sonika Gill ... Mandeep Kaur 'Mini'
Mandeep Mandeep ... Jimmy Shergill
Naven Naven ... University Student


Fellow students of Punjab University, Navdeep Singh and Harmaan Kaur, fall in love with each other. She introduces him to her dad, Retired Colonel Thakur Singh, who instantly disapproves and wants his daughter to marry a groom from the U.S.. Navdeep's dad, Retired Major Balwinder Singh Brar, also opposes this alliance, and wants his son to complete his studies before getting married. Balwinder subsequently changes his mind but wants Thakur to adapt to tradition and approach him - but Thakur refuses to do so. The couple then conspire with their fellow students and arrange for their parents to meet on neutral ground. It is this decision that will shatter and change their lives forever. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Do you remember your college days...?


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Haan De Munde
Sung by Sukhwinder Singh, Jaspinder Narula, Arvinder Singh and Simerjeet Kumar
Composed by Jaidev Kumar
Lyrics by Babu Singh Maan (as Babu Singh Maan)
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This movie deserves an A+
12 December 2005 | by iaf_inviolableSee all my reviews

what can i say about this movie..well lets start with the acting..it wasn't that bad..in fact juhi babbar did quite an amazing job with the delivery of her dialogs..her Facial expressions were unbelievable..she plays a wonderful role of a typical Indian girl who respects her parents and her culture..her elegant looks almost blows-away every single audience..Jimmy shergill on the other hand wasn't that bad either..although he needs to learn how to speak fluent Punjabi if he wants to look like a Professional Punjabi Actor..His acting was bit above the average..and he woouldn't be a bad choice for any producers or directors who are looking for a decent Punjabi actor..Raj babbar who plays a role of an Army major(jimmy's dad) in the movies does a tremendous JOb..His character seemed so original..Bravo Mr babbar good Job lol....Anupam Kher appeared in his first Punjabi movie.and i must say his Punjabi was so fluent and not even for a moment one would think hes not the typical Punjabi fellow who's extremely hot blooded..however like most Punjabi fathers he loves his daughter(Juhi babbar) too..The movies itself was so innovational and so original..it was very well Directed and orientated..this movie Deserves an A+..well done Manmohan singh the writer of the movie..thanks for such a Masterpiece.

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