Aanch

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Aanch
Aanch.jpg
Directed by Rajesh Singh
Produced by B L Saboo & Poonam Jhawer
Screenplay by Kamal Pandey
Starring Nana Patekar,
Paresh Rawal,
Suchindra,
Sharbani Mukherjee
Music by Sanjeev Darshan
Release date
  • 28 November 2003 (2003-11-28)
Running time
160 min.
Language Hindi

Aanch is a 2003 Hindi movie directed by Rajesh Kumar Singh.[1] Nana Patekar, Paresh Rawal, Suchindra and Sharbani Mukherjee played the lead roles.[1][2] It's an epic love story set against the background of a crime ridden area of rural Uttar Pradesh. Sanjeev-Darshan scored the music for the movie.[1][2]

Plot[edit]

Mahadev Thakur (Nana Patekar) and Jawahar Pandit (Paresh Rawal) belong to two different villages Mandaur and Amirpur respectively. They hate each other for reasons best known to them. Diwakar's (Suchindra Bali)'s father (residing in Amirpur) and Vidya's (Sharbani Mukherjee)'s brother Shiva (Deep Raj Rana) (a resident of Mandaur) decide to get Diwakar and Vidya married. The preparations for the marriage ceremony begin and neither the boy nor the girl knowing what the other looks like. In the meanwhile, the two villages get ready to confront each other in case of a quarrel. The wedding ceremony is underway when the revelry between the two village heads starts and the guns roar. The bride and the groom come separately to the town for studies oblivious of each other. They are happy to escape the brutal world of rural India to find their own careers and future. They first bump into each other in the train while on their way to the town, then in the college, completely unaware of all facts. For Diwakar, its love at first sight, but Vidya doesn't respond to his overtures. Later she packs her bags and heads straight for her village Mandaur. In the meanwhile, Diwakar learns that Vidya is his legally wedded wife and he decides to get her back from the clutches of two warring villages. It is not easy for them to unite since both village heads Mahadev and Jawahar and their coteries object to their uniting due to bitter harted. They do unite ultimately but after a lot of blood-bath and struggle.

Cast[edit]

Actor/Actress Character
Arun Bakshi Shambhu, Lata's father
Suchindra Bali Diwakar
Poonam Jhawer Lata K. Thakur
Ayesha Jhulka Devangi M. Thakur
Akhilendra Mishra Kallu Pandit
Sharbani Mukherji Vidya
Nirmal Pandey Kirti Thakur
Nana Patekar Mahadev Thakur
Vishwajeet Pradhan Jawahar's eldest son
Deep Raj Rana Shiva, Vidya's brother
Paresh Rawal Jawahar Pandit
Rakhi Sawant Dancer at wedding in a special appearance
Raghuvir Yadav Chilkona

Supported by : Piyush Chakravorthy, Sushil Singh, Kiran Bhatti, Chandrakala Srivastava, Neetu Puri, Chetan Aneja, Aman Gupta, Raj Purohit, Kaushik, Sunil Shinde, Seema Shinde, Kulbir Singh, Anoop Arora, Mahendra Singh, Anil Bhaumik, Pratichi Mishra, Murli Yadav, Saundarya Garg, Sanjay Sharma, Sanjeev Siddharth, Lallan Sonkar, Ranjeev Verma, Suresh Gangdeo, Ajay Shrivastava, Nikhil Yadav, Baby Neelima, & Ajay Tiwari

Soundtrack[edit]

# Title Singer(s) notes
1 "Dil Ke Arma Tarse" Sonu Nigam, Mahalakshmi Iyer Tune copied from Middle eastern singer Amr Diab's hit song El alem Allah from his 2000 international hit album Tamally Maak.
2 "Lehron Se Khalen Hai Payal" Alka Yagnik, Kumar Sanu
3 "Sada Suhagan" Anuradha Paudwal, Chandana Dixit
4 "Tapki Jaye" Richa Sharma Rakhi Sawant as a Dancer
5 "Mera Dil Chura" Udit Narayan
6 "Sun Meri Rani" Nana Patekar, Poonam Jhawer

External links[edit]

Aanch at the Internet Movie Database

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Aanch: Complete Cast and Crew Details". Bollywood Hungama (India FM). 28 November 2003. Retrieved 2009-07-27. 
  2. ^ a b "Aanch". Screen Weekly (India). Retrieved 2009-07-27.