|Directed by||Shashi Ranjan|
|Starring||Jackie Shroff, Mahima Chaudhry and Raveena Tandon|
|Music by||Anu Malik|
|Release dates||24 September 2004|
Shroff plays Ranbir Saigal and Chaudry plays Anjali, a happily married couple who find themselves in trouble when visited by an escapee from a mental asylum, Ria Deshmukh (Raveena Tandon).
The music of Dobara, was composed by Anu Malik and all lyrics were penned by Javed Akhter. It is one of the melodious music of 2004.
Tracklisting- 1. mujhse kyun - alka yagnik 2. gunja hua - alka yagnik 3. humnasheen- alisha cinoy, anu malik 4. pyaar mere nu - jasbeer jassi 5. Tum abhi (male) - hariharan 6. Tum abhi (female) - alka yagnik
- Jackie Shroff... Ranbir Sehgal
- Raveena Tandon... Ria
- Mahima Chaudhry ... Dr. Anjali Sehgal
- Gulshan Grover ... Truck driver
- Soni Razdan ... Mrs. Devika Mehta
- Vrajesh Hirjee
- Seema Biswas
- Moammar Rana
The film received a mixed reception by critics. Taran Adarsh praised the performances of the main actors and the music by Anu Malik such as 'Humnasheen' and 'Mujhse Kyon Roothe Ho?' but said "the sluggish pace of its narrative and classy treatment act as barricades. And the pre-climax portions, involving the child and the conclusion to the triangle, take the graph of the film downhill." Rediff.com criticised the script and remarked that "there were too many holes in it" and questioned the choice of film for a debut by the director.
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