Hero Hitler in Love
|Hero Hitler in Love|
|Directed by||Sukhwant Dhadda|
|Screenplay by||Babbu Maan|
|Story by||Babbu Maan|
|Music by||Babbu Maan,Sadhana Sargam|
|Editing by||Sanjay Verma|
|Distributed by||Maan Films|
|Running time||118 minutes|
|Budget||5 million (US$80,000)|
|Box office||40 million (US$640,000)|
Hero Hitler in Love (Punjabi: ਹੀਰੋ ਹਿਟਲਰ ਇਨ ਲਵ) is a 2011 Punjabi romantic and action film directed by Sukhwant Dhadda with story, screenplay, music & dialogues by Babbu Maan. The Maan Films production stars Babbu Maan, Mouni Roy and Bhagwant Maan in lead roles. It was released on 18 November with a bumper opening but couldn't sustain. 
Hero Hitler in Love revolves around Hitler who lives in his village Ishqpura. Hitler is a man with unique and different thoughts who loves his fellow villagers and helps soul mates come together. Hitler falls in love with Sahiban, who lives in Pakistan and decides to bring her to his village. Hitler believes in solving problems by talking about them but when something crosses the line, he decides to become real "Adolf Hitler".
The film also revolves around car racing. Hitler who loves to race, but when he is set up to fail in the Asian Car Racing competition he decides to take revenge. The story relates how Hitler takes his revenge and fights to win his girl and reunite the nations of India and Pakistan.
- Babbu Maan as Hitler and also mirza in 2nd part of movie
- Mouni Roy as Sahiban
- Bhagwant Maan as Shameem
- Happy as Villain
- Surinder Rehal as Villain's Father
- Sukhwant Dhadda as Heroin's Father
- Madhuri in item number
- Chacha as Our Real Chacha
- Jinder as Kabootarbaaz
- Sarbjit Maan as Lambar Amli
- Tony as Press Reporter
- Nagender as Pandit Sanyasi
- Ravi Bal as Pind Da Ranjha
- Ram Singh as Rana Cyclelan Wala
- Bala Krishan as Nek Bakriyan Wala
- Lembit Opik as Extra
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