Awwal Number

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Awwal Number
Awwal Numberfilm.jpg
Promotional Poster
Directed by Dev Anand
Produced by Navketan Productions
Written by Dev Anand
Starring Dev Anand
Aamir Khan
Aditya Pancholi
Music by Bappi Lahiri
Release date(s) 1990 (1990)
Country India
Language Hindi

Awwal Number is a 1990 film directed by Dev Anand. The film features the then 67-year-old Dev Anand with Aamir Khan. It was a box-office flop.

Plot[edit]

The story revolves around cricket where a new star Sunny (Aamir Khan) has been included in the team in place of another famous star Ronny (Aditya Pancholi). All this creates hatred in the heart of Ronny against Sunny, although Sunny respects him. Ronny decides to take revenge on Sunny; meanwhile a terrorist decides to put a bomb in the field where a match is to be organised between India and Australia.

DIG Vikram Singh (Dev Anand) comes to know about the plan of the terrorists and goes on to prevent the attack, saving thousands of lives. Sunny also becomes a star by playing a match-winning stroke for the country.

Cast[edit]

Box Office Verdict[edit]

The movie was given an " average" verdict at the Box office

Soundtrack[edit]

The Music is Composed By Bappi Lahiri and Lyrics by Amit Khanna. Voice is rendered by Asha Bhosle, Amit Kumar, Udit Narayan, S. Janki and Bappi Lahiri

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Awawal Number" Bappi Lahiri
2 "Yeh Hai Cricket" Bappi Lahiri, Amit Kumar & Udit Narayan
3 "Choom Choom Choom Haath Mera" Amit Kumar
4 "Laakhon Main Nigahon Main" Bappi Lahiri, Udit Narayan, S. Janki
5 "Poocho Na Kysa Maza" Amit Kumar & S.Janki
6 "Tere Liye Ha Tere Liye" Asha Bhosle

Quotes[edit]

Aamir Khan, quoted in an interview after Dev Anand's death, said: "He was an icon for many generations and entertained us throughout his life. The only film I signed without reading the script was Awwal Number." [2]

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