Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena (film)

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Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena
Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena (film).jpg
Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena film poster
Directed by Suparn Verma
Produced by Rangita Pritish Nandy
Written by Suparn Verma
Starring Fardeen Khan
Koena Mitra
Kay Kay Menon
Feroz Khan
Rohit Roy
Music by Pritam
Cinematography Manoj Soni
Edited by Hemal Kothari
Distributed by Pritish Nandy Communications
Release dates
November 18, 2005
Country India
Language Hindi

Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena, released in 2005, is a Hindi film directed by Suparn Verma. It is a remake of the 2003 Hollywood crime drama movie Confidence.

Plot[edit]

Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena focuses on the duo of Arjun (Fardeen Khan) and his best friend Rohit (Rohit Roy) who con people for a living.

During their latest of escapades, the duo manages to con the rich accountant of a don by the name of Sikander (Gulshan Grover), resulting in them stealing millions of rupees. Soon after, Rohit (Rohit Roy) is killed by Sikander's men and Arjun escapes to another city. Sikander manages to track him down and orders him to pay up the stolen sum plus interest or face Sikander's retirement plan.

To get his hands on millions, Arjun sets up a special team who will help him execute the plan. Also involved in the team is Natasha (Koena Mitra), a psychiatrist who ends up being conned by the group but eventually succeeds in seeking revenge.

Thrown into this mix is another character by the name of Jehangir Khan (Feroz Khan) who slows down Arjun's plans to get his hands on the money.

But later it is shown that it was plan of Arjun to seek the revenge of death of Rohit as Sikander is killed by Jehangir's men. The film ends with Jehangir having trigger of bomb jet in which Arjun and his friend are travelling but whether Jehangir blasts the jet or not shown in the movie.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

The music was composed by Pritam. The lyrics for the songs 'Ishq hai Jhootha' and 'Yaaron' were written by Mayur Puri. The song 'Ankhiyaan Naa Maar' was writeen by Dev Kohli.


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