Ab Ke Baras

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Ab Ke Baras
Ab Ke Baras Movie Poster.jpg
Movie Poster
Directed by Raj Kanwar
Written by Robin Bhatt, Sutanu Gupta
Starring Arya Babbar,
Amrita Rao
Music by Anu Malik
Release dates
May 10, 2002
Running time
169 minutes
Language Hindi

Ab Ke Baras is a Bollywood film released in the year 2002. It had launched the career of the two newcomers, Arya Babbar and Amrita Rao.


Anjali (Amrita Rao), an Indian girl, born & brought up in London, starts having a feel that her past is coming back to her. She learns that her love from previous life is calling her and she must come to India. She comes to India in pursuit of her lover. Over to India, she is welcomed by her DCP Uncle (Danny) who wants her to return. She somehow manages to evade him and comes across Karan (Arya Babbar) who is a car thief. They somehow bump into each other a number of times and she tells him about her quest. Karan doesn't believe in rebirth but decides to help her. It so happens that Karan too happens to gain knowledge of his previous birth and learns that he and Anjali were lovers in previous life (Abhay Singh & Nandini). They both were freedom fighters. In freedom struggle against the Britishers, an Indian Police officer who is loyal to the British Raj kills Abhay. Nandini too kills herself in the grief. Next, they learn that the officer is still alive and has become a minister. Karan plans to revenge his death. He plans a conspiracy to kill the minister. Anjali's uncle DCP Baksh also helps them in their mission. And as good triumphs over evil, they too are successful.



All track composed by Anu Malik.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Deewane Aate Jaate"   Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik, Kunal Ganjawala  
2. "Main Pyaar Mein Hoon"   Anuradha Paudwal, Shaan  
3. "Saari Umar Main Rahun"   Sonu Nigam  
4. "Aaya Mahi"   Sukhwinder Singh, Richa Sharma, Sunidhi Chauhan  
5. "Mujhe Rab Se Pyaar"   Adnan Sami, Anuradha Sriram  
6. "Hoga Hoga"   Sonu Nigam, Preeti & Pinky  
7. "Pyaar Mohabbat"   Udit Narayan, Anuradha Paudwal  

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