Aflatoon (film)

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DVD Cover
Directed by Guddu Dhanoa
Produced by Guddu Dhanoa
Lalit Kapoor
Raju Narula
Starring Akshay Kumar
Urmila Matondkar
Anupam Kher
Music by Dilip Sen
Sameer Sen
Cinematography Sripad V. Natu
Edited by A. Muthu
Release date
  • 19 December 1997 (1997-12-19)
Country India
Language Hindi

Aflatoon ('English': Maverick) is a Bollywood romance action film directed by Guddu Dhanoa. The film stars Akshay Kumar in a double role opposite Urmila Matondkar. It released on 19 December 1997 to negative reviews and did average business at the box office. The music cassettes were sold to T-Series.


Raja (Akshay Kumar), a good for nothing trying to get rich, impersonates Parimal Chaturvedi, a school professor and involves into a school of beautiful rich woman. He falls for rich girl Pooja (Urmila Matondkar). Then he wins her heart. Trouble comes when Pooja's dad Prakash (Anupam Kher) mistakes Raja for Rocky (also Akshay Kumar), who is a lookalike of Raja and is a ruthless and merciless criminal who blackmails people for money or threatens to kill them. Prakash is also on Rocky's payroll. Prakash asks Raja for help, so Raja impersonates Rocky to get his secrets and Prakash's money. But tables are turned when Rocky finds out about Raja's game. Raja wakes up and finds himself kidnapped in Rocky's mansion. He then realizes he has been drugged for the past 7 days, and in these 7 days, Rocky has posed as Raja and is getting married to Pooja. Raja is tricked and arrested under the name of Rocky. Raja manages to escape and crashes the wedding where he tells the truth and Rocky escapes. Raja follows him to a multi-story building where the two fight brutally. Rocky is in the lead and knocks Raja out. Raja uses full power to get back up and pushes Rocky off the building, who falls to his death. Raja and Pooja then get married.



# Title Singer(s)
1 "Aflatoon - Aflatoon" Remo Fernandes
2 "Poster Lagwado Bazar Mein (Duet)" Lalit Sen, Shweta Shetty
3 "Oye Oye Tere Si Ladki" Udit Narayan, Anuradha Paudwal
4 "Uee Maa Uee Maa Mar Gayi Re" Abhijeet, Anuradha Paudwal
5 "We Love We Love Rocky" Vinod Rathod
6 "Tu Mange Dil Main De Doon Jaan" Hariharan, Chitra
7 "Poster Lagwado Bazar Mein (Male)" Lalit Sen
8 "Gori Chori Chori" Alisha Chinai


The film's release delayed several months due to expletive contents in one of the songs penned by Anand Bakshi. The film's producer, lyricist and Super Cassettes got notices from the Supreme Court asking for the removal of the contents, which the court referred to as "Irrelevant use of vulgar, indecent, lewd and coarse language in films, especially in the present film where the expletive has been hurled at a policeman, only serves the purpose of corrupting the public morals." The film released only after the song was removed from the film.[1]


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