Chain Kulii Ki Main Kulii

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Chain Kulii Ki Main Kulii
Chain Kulii Ki Main Kulii.JPG
Directed by Kittu Saluja
Produced by Sweta Agnihotri
Ken Ghosh
Shashikant Khamkar
Namrata Rungta
Screenplay by Nupur Asthana
Story by Jay Kumar
Satyam Tripathi
Starring Rahul Bose
Zain Khan
Susheel Parashara
Rajesh Khera
Meera Vasudevan
Nasir Kazi
Raj Bhansali
Music by Salim-Sulaiman
Sandeep Shirodhakar
Cinematography Promod Kumar Pradhan
Edited by Shaju Chandran
Production
company
Distributed by Saregama HMV
Release dates
  • June 22, 2007 (2007-06-22)
Running time 92 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi

Chain Kulii Ki Main Kulii (Hindi: चेन कुली की मेन कुली) is a 2007 Hindi film directed by Kittu Saluja. It stars Zain Khan and Rahul Bose as the lead protagonists. The film's title is taken from lines spoken by Amitabh Bachchan's character in the 1982 film Satte Pe Satta.[citation needed] The film is based on the Hollywood movie Like Mike in which a thirteen year old boy finds sneakers once belonging to NBA legend Michael Jordan. The film features music by Salim-Sulaiman and lyrics by Irfan Siddiqui. Cricketer Kapil Dev also makes a cameo appearance in the film.

Synopsis[edit]

Karan (Zain Khan) is a thirteen year old orphan boy who lives in a dilapidated orphanage owned by a stern, uncouth warden, John "Hitler" Kakkad (Rajesh Khera). Karan has two dreams: one is to have parents and the other is to be a big cricketer. His inspiration is Kapil Dev since he has been brought up on the motivating stories of India's '83 World Cup win by the orphanage caretaker, Bholu Dada (Susheel Parasher) who is a loving and a gentle old man. Karan's best friend in the orphanage is Daboo (Deeptiman Chadhury) who often lends his gentle ears to the aspirations which Karan lives on. His dreams take a turn when one day, he lays his hands on an old cricket bat which Karan is convinced is the bat that Kapil Dev used to win the '83 World Cup; for him, the bat becomes a magic bat. One day by a stroke of luck, the coach of the Indian cricket team spots Karan playing cricket and is highly impressed by his batting skill. At that point in tome, the Indian National Cricket Team have been going through a "rough patch". Karan and his magical bat are inducted into the Indian cricket team as the opening batsman along with the captain, Varun (Rahul Bose). When the little boy marches onto the pitch and wins the match for India Karan soon becomes the nation's heartthrob. Although he was formerly rejected by adopting couples, he is now the most sought after kid in the country. However, Raghav (Raj Bhansali), the orphanage bully, hates him and feels that if Karan did not have the magic bat he would have never made it to the cricket team. Raghav now wants the magic bat at any cost. Karan and Varun develop a strong emotional bond deeper than fellow cricketers. Karan has no parents and Varun has parents, but is estranged with his father and does not want to accept him. Karan strongly believes that parents are the best gift endowed by God and succeeds in uniting Varun with his father. At the final 5th one day match between India and Pakistan, events spiral out of control and Karan's magic bat is destroyed by Raghav. Karan is a nervous wreck, but Varun makes him realize that faith in oneself counts beyond anything else. With Karan's help, India wins the match. After the match, Karan decides to stop playing and rejoin the team when he is older. Varun and his girlfriend, Malini (Meera Vasudevan) decide to adopt Karan.

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Music[edit]

  1. "Phir se aa gaya Sunday" - Armaan Malik, Sharavan Iyer, Kaustav, Chorus
  2. "Jhatka Phatka" - Kailash Kher, Vijay Prakash, Hrushitesh Kamerker, Mangal Mishra, John Stewart, Salim Merchant
  3. "Khulla Asmaan" - K K, Salim Merchant
  4. "Chain Kulii Ki Main Kulii" - Kunal Ganjawala

Box office[edit]

Chain Kulii Ki Main Kulii was not a financial success, earning only Rs. 1.15 crores in its opening week. It was declared a disaster at the box office.[citation needed] But it has gained popularity due to TV telecasts and has attained a cult status.

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