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Rishi, the son of legendary Raj Kapoor, decides to try his hand at politics, and to garner support, re-locates to his birth village, Hadbahedi. The village is located in an isolated area where most trains do not stop, and electricity is... See more »

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Rishi 'Chintuji' Kapoor
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Arun Bakshi
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Devika Malhotra
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Malkani
Grusha Kapoor ...
Kanta
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Swadesh Badhu ...
Chaudhryji
Vishal Bahl ...
Film Unit goon
Gaurav Bhattacharya ...
Film choreographer
Kanchan Bisht ...
Friend
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Menka
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Oberoi
Gilles Chuen ...
Jack
Pankaj Dubey ...
Arun's Friend - Richshaw
Dheerendra Dwivedi ...
Manish ad
Satish Fenn ...
Pilot
Ashish Ghosh ...
Dr. Ghoshal
Surender Gill ...
Griver Gopal
Bhupesh Joshi ...
Bansi
Teekam Joshi ...
Kutty
Chander Kalra ...
Zaidi - Post Master
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Amar Sanghvi
Kamal Shabnam Kapoor ...
Shakuntala
Neha Kaul ...
Ayesha
Ishtiyak Khan ...
AD
Sergei Khashkouski ...
Uzbek foreign Secy
Hemanth Mahaur ...
Gyan - Arun's Friend (as Hemant Mahaur)
Mahendra Mewati ...
Vidyasagar
Natasha ...
Russian Interpreter
Padmashree ...
Nurse Mariama
Govind Pandey ...
Inspector Chauhan
Harry Parmar ...
Friend
Harry Parmar ...
Friend
Manisha Pradhan ...
Meenu
Shubhdip Raha ...
Babban
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Vashishthji (as Dr. Anil Rastogi)
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Kseniya (as Ksenia Ryabinkina)
Vishal Saini ...
Hawaldar Joginder
Virender Sharma ...
Film Action Director
Atamjit Singh ...
Station Master
Sahib Singh ...
Lehna
Veer Pratap Singh ...
Mobile Network Leader
Amitabh Srivastava ...
Mehta
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Paplu Yadav (as Pankaj Tripathy)
Sanjeev Vatsa ...
Prakash
P.D. Verma ...
Writer Amaan
Dinesh Yadav ...
Dinesh - Servant

Directed by

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Ranjit Kapoor

Written by

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Shabbir Ahmed ... (lyrics)
 
Yash Bhardwaj ... (lyrics)
 
Ranjit Kapoor ... (writer)
 
Sameer ... (lyrics)

Produced by

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Bobby Bedi ... producer
Varsha Bedi ... executive producer
Sanjiv Chopra ... executive producer
Gautam Talwar ... supervising producer

Music by

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Ishteyak Khan Abhishek Tripathi ... (Abhishek Ishteyak)
Suhash Kulkarni ... (as Suhas)
Siddhartth
Sukhwinder Singh

Cinematography by

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Sunny Joseph

Film Editing by

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Hemal Kothari

Editorial Department

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Sanchayan Bhattacharya ... D.I. Line Producer
Rajesh Dash ... associate editor
Rohit Karkera ... digital intermediate conformist

Casting By

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Mukesh Chhabra

Production Design by

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Prasun Basu

Costume Design by

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Dolly Ahluwalia

Production Management

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Ajit S. Bhairavakar ... post-production supervisor
Kasim Bhatt ... location unit manager
Sanjay Malik ... unit production manager
Kawal Soni ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Tara Bedi ... second second assistant director
Ajit P. Bhairavkar ... associate director
Kanchan Bisht ... third assistant director
Shyam Kalgutkar ... third assistant director
Prashant Nighojkar ... second second assistant director
Siddhant Raj ... assistant director
Maanav Singh ... first assistant director
Gauri Tiwari ... second assistant director

Sound Department

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Andrew Belletty ... sound
Hitesh Chaurasia ... supervising sound editor
Sinoy Joseph ... re-recording mixer

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Devrishi Chatterjee ... digital compositor
Jayesh Chavan ... digital compositor
Pankaj Kalbende ... digital compositor
Sunil Kamath ... digital intermediate conformist
Dayal Nishit ... visual effects
Chandrakant Shenoy ... digital matte painter
Gaurvendra Singh ... digital compositor
Suchita Suryamurty ... visual effects coordinator
Prasad Sutar ... visual effects supervisor

Camera and Electrical Department

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Abdul Hamid Shaikh ... gaffer (as Abdul Hamid Sheikh)
Raktim Mondal ... first assistant camera
Yugaraj ... assistant cinematographer

Casting Department

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Kumar Vijay Sippy ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Abhilasha Sharma ... costume assistant

Music Department

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Madhushree ... playback singer
Anushka Manchanda ... playback singer (as Anushka Manchandani)
Amjad Nadeem ... playback singer
Roop Kumar Rathod ... playback singer
Sukhwinder Singh ... playback singer

Other crew

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Shabina Khan ... choreographer

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Rishi, the son of legendary Raj Kapoor, decides to try his hand at politics, and to garner support, re-locates to his birth village, Hadbahedi. The village is located in an isolated area where most trains do not stop, and electricity is only available for about 6 hours a day. He also decides to shoot a film 'Khooni Khazana' with Producer/Director, Malkani. Once there, he secretly makes a deal to lend his name to an alcoholic beverage, in exchange for a plot of land in nearby Triphala, and one Crore Rupees, while pledging to the naive villagers that he has no intention to re-locating anywhere. Misled villagers believe Hadbahedi will get popular and modernized, and decide to assist him with all their might. Things escalate into chaos, and anger, when they find out that their valuables are being stolen, and the women being molested, by the film crew, while the police accuse them of harboring a terrorist who was responsible for the December 13, 2001, attack on the Indian Parliament. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Also Known As
  • Hadbahedi (India, Hindi title)
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  • 115 min
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