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Khoya Khoya Chand (2007)

Circa 1960s Lucknow-based author Zafar Ali Naqvi, who has issues with his father and his four wives, including the 4th one who lusts after him, re-locates to Bombay, starts writing for ... See full summary »

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Sudhir Mishra

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Shiney Ahuja ... Zafar Ali Naqvi
Soha Ali Khan ... Nikhat
Rajat Kapoor ... Prem Kumar
Vinay Pathak ... Shyamol Mukherjee
Saurabh Shukla ... Producer Khosa
Sonya Jehan Sonya Jehan ... Ratanbala
Sushmita Mukherjee ... Sharda
Ashish Ghosh Ashish Ghosh ... Noni Ganguly
Haidar Ali ... Michael (as Hyder Ali)
Alka Pradhan Alka Pradhan ... Nikhat's mother
Pradeep Kharab ... Ravinder
Yusuf Hussain Yusuf Hussain ... Zafar's father
Dipannita Sharma Dipannita Sharma ... Sujata
Nitin Murudkar Nitin Murudkar ... Nikhat's father
Keerti Kapoor Keerti Kapoor ... Zafar's mother
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Circa 1960s Lucknow-based author Zafar Ali Naqvi, who has issues with his father and his four wives, including the 4th one who lusts after him, re-locates to Bombay, starts writing for movies, and falls in love with starlet Nikhat Sheikh. Both decide to get married but cancel the plans at the last minute after she finds out that her mother and her live-in boyfriend, Michael, have gambled all her savings. Zafar leaves, leaving Nikhat on a bumpy road to self-destruction. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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7 December 2007 (India) See more »

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The film was originally titled as "Bahut Nikle Mere Armaan", which means "Many of My Wishes Were Fulfilled". The title comes from Ghalib's line "Bahut Nikle Mere Armaan, Phir Bhi Kam Nikle". See more »

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References Yahudi (1958) See more »

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Written by Swanand Kirkire
Composed by Shantanu Moitra
Performed by Sonu Nigam
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A Good Movie For A Tribute To Those Of The Fifties And Sixties
14 December 2007 | by Pratik112See all my reviews

The title "Khoya Khoya Chand" is a song which was sung in a 1950's movie "Kaala Bazaar" by the late Mohd Rafi for Dev Anand. This is an indication that this movie, by Sudhir Mishra is based during that era - 1950's to 1960's. In fact, in a recent interview, he said that this film was his way of paying a tribute to those in that era.

Nikhat, daughter of a well known actress, Sharda, is keen to join the movie industry and does so by learning to dance and catches the eye of the top actor Prem Kumar with whom she falls in love with. She later finds out that he is getting married to someone else, even though he has proclaimed his love for her. This is when script writer Zaffar liberates her from the actor's stranglehold but then events take another turn for Nikhat and she's left alone again.

Soha Ali Khan, sister of Saif Ali Khan and daughter of the legendary actress, who herself was a excellent actress, Sharmila Tagore and also daughter of the famous Cricketing legend, the Nawab of Pataudi, has given an excellent performance in this movie. She, also, looks gorgeous. The other cast include Shiny Ahuja, who has also performed well, Rajat Kapoor,Sushmita Mukherjee and Vinay Pathak. The music director, Shantanu Moitra, has set a very good example of recreating the music style of the 1950's and the 1960's and not to mention the jazz genre in it, which makes the songs worthwhile listening to. Finally, the director, Sudhir Mishra, no doubt has created and directed a speciality movie by recreating the 1950's and 1960's era for the screen. Also what has made this movie interesting are the songs that are being played in the background - many of which were, and still are, most memorable tunes from that era. Soha Ali Khan, recently said that her mother helped her with the dressing for the movie. This is not surprising because Sharmila Tagore was a fashion icon at the time as well being a excellent actress of the 1960's. There were rumours that this movie was based on the romance between Waheeda Rehman and the late Guru Dutt,who was married to the singer, Geeta Dutt and who directed movies such as the classical "Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam" and "Pyasa". But the director, in no certain words, has denied this. However, there may be certain parts that some viewers, and especially those of the elder generation, may consider the rumour to be true.

Conclusion: Those who like to watch movies from the 1950's and 1960's - a worthwhile movie to watch and enjoy. But those who do not like such movies, or are not very keen on such genres, may not find it worthwhile.


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