Ab Ke Baras

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Ab Ke Baras
Ab Ke Baras Movie Poster.jpg
Movie Poster
Directed by Raj Kanwar
Written by Robin Bhatt, Sutanu Gupta
Starring Arya Babbar,
Amrita Rao
Music by Anu Malik
Release date(s) May 10, 2002
Running time 169 minutes
Language Hindi

Ab Ke Baras is a Bollywood film released in the year 2002. It had launched the career of the two newcomers, Amrita Rao and Arya Babbar.

Synopsis[edit]

U.S. based Anjali Thapar (Amrita Rao) has repeated dreams of a parallel life in India, the temple of Devi Maa Durga, & some sword-wielding men on horseback. She and her mother consult a pandit, and he advises them to go to India to clear this matter up, as this pertains to her past life. Mr. Thapar will only let Anjali go there after she marries the man of his choice; so Anjali decides to run away. Her father alerts a ruthless CBI Officer Sikander Baksh (Danny Denzongpa), who is soon on her case. Anjali meets with car-thieves, Karan and his uncle (Arya Babbar and Shakti Kapoor respectively), and then begins her journey into a past life, as Nandini, the lover of freedom fighter Abhay (also Arya Babbar), and his subsequent death at the hands of British-aided traitor Tejeshwar Singhal (Ashutosh Rana). Anjali does not know that Tejeshwar is still alive, is a powerful minister in the Indian Government, and has decided that he will make history repeat itself by separating the two lovers again - this time with the help of the government machinery.

Cast[edit]

Music[edit]

All track composed by Anu Malik.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Deewane Aate Jaate"   Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik, Kunal Ganjawala  
2. "Main Pyaar Mein Hoon"   Anuradha Paudwal, Shaan  
3. "Saari Umar Main Rahun"   Sonu Nigam  
4. "Aaya Mahi"   Richa Sharma, Sunidhi Chauhan  
5. "Mujhe Rab Se Pyaar"   Adnan Sami, Anuradha Sriram  
6. "Hoga Hoga"   Sonu Nigam, Preeti & Pinky  
7. "Pyaar Mohabbat"   Udit Narayan, Anuradha Paudwal  

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