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Kushti (2010)

A small-framed postmaster must prove his one-sided love for a wrestler's daughter.

Director:

Rajeev Kumar (as T.K. Rajeevkumar)

Writers:

Sameer Anjaan (lyrics) (as Sameer), Jagadish (original story) | 3 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Rajpal Yadav ... Chander
Nargis Bagheri Nargis Bagheri ... Laadli (as Nargis)
Om Puri ... Jiten Singh
Sharat Saxena ... Avtar Singh (as Sarat Saxena)
Asrani ... Janaklal
Jagdeeshan Jagdeeshan ... Pappu
Asif Basra ... Duliaram Saini
Nagesh Nagesh
Rasika Joshi ... Laadli's Mother
Razak Khan ... Johar
Neha Neha ... Gulabo
Ali Ali
Irfan Irfan
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Uday Chandra Uday Chandra ... Purohit
John John
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After the war between Bhagwan Shri Ram and Ravanji, Bhagwan Shri Hanuman had wondered around and visited a village called 'Deewana'. Here he taught the residents how to wrestle, and after His departure His statue mysteriously appears and the residents built an outdoor wrestling ring, naming it 'Hanuman Akhada'. They continue to be enthralled by wrestling and wrestlers - with the two main rival teams being headed by Jiten Singh and Avtar Singh. After a gap of 6 years, the town gets a petite postmaster, Chandher Singh, who gets smitten with Avtar's lovely daughter, Laadli. Chandher finds out that she is a fan of Bollywood actor Salman Khan, pretends to know Salman, intercepts her mail to him, and even writes to her in a vain effort to win her love. After letters get crossed between Jiten and Avtar, and Laadli finds out that he has been pulling wool over her eyes, a hapless Chandher decides to flee but is prevented. To make matters worse for him, another postmaster. Duliaram Saini, shows... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Comedy

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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

14 May 2010 (India) See more »

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Dolby Digital

Color:

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Mutharamkunnu PO
25 October 2010 | by anoopktmSee all my reviews

This movie is the Hindi version of the Malayalam Hit - Mutharamkunnu PO, directed by Sibi Malayil and written by Jagadish in association with Sreenivasan. Jagadish appears in this movie as well and enacts the same role he handled in the original version. Checkout http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0237479/. I prefer the original version better. Rajpal Yadav has done pretty good. Movie is worth watching. As per the star cast and localities, it reminded me the Malamaal Weekly premise. Its been shot in the same place. The way the movie is taken will confuse the viewer whether its a Priyadarsan movie. But its not. And Rajiv kumar has done a decent job directing this one without spoiling the actual movie.


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