Hip Hip Hurray (film)
|Hip Hip Hurray|
|Directed by||Prakash Jha|
|Produced by||Manmohan Shetty
Pradeep Uppoor (Neo Films)
|Music by||Vanraj Bhatia
|Edited by||Prakash Jha|
Prakash Jha Productions 
Hip Hip Hurray was a 1984 Indian Hindi film directed by Prakash Jha with screenplay by Gulzar, it had Raj Kiran, Deepti Naval as leads and debut film of Nikhil Bhagat. The film was the directorial debut of Prakash Jha.
A computer engineer, Sandeep Chowdhary (Raj Kiran) waiting to start his first job, takes up a temporary job as sports instructor in a school at Ranchi, where he encounters an apathetic school principal (Ram Gopal Bajaj) and develops a relationship with history teacher Anuradha Roy (Deepti Naval). Eventually he leads the football team to victory.
- Raj Kiran as Sandeep Chowdhary
- Deepti Naval as Anuradha Roy
- Satish Anand
- Ram Gopal Bajaj as School Principal
- Nikhil Bhagat as Raghu
- Shafi Inamdar
- "Ek Subah Ek Mod Par" - Yesudas
- "Jab Kabhi Mudh Ke Dekhta Hoon" - Bhupinder
- "Hip Hip Hip Hurray Ho" - Kishore Kumar, Shailendra Singh, Asha Bhonsle & Chorus
- "Maidan Hai Sari Zindagi"
Hip Hip Hurray is featured in Avijit Ghosh's book, 40 Retakes: Bollywood Classics You May Have Missed