Anari No.1

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Anari No. 1
Directed by Kuku Kohli
Produced by Vashu Bhagnani
Ramesh Sadhuram Taurani
Written by Kader Khan
Kuku Kohli
Starring Govinda
Raveena Tandon
Music by Dilip Sen
Sameer Sen
Cinematography H. Laxminarayan
Edited by Kuldip K. Mehan
Distributed by A.K International
Release date
  • 9 April 1999 (1999-04-09)
Running time
161 min
Country India
Language Hindi
Budget 12 crores
Box office 50 crores[1]

Anari No. 1 is a 1999 Hindi language movie directed by Kuku Kohli. The film stars Govinda, Raveena Tandon and Simran in lead roles and Aruna Irani, Kader Khan, Satish Shah, Satyendra Kapoor in supporting roles and the songs are composed by Dilip Sen and Sameer Sen. The film was a "Hit" at the box office.[2]


Naive Raja (Govinda) is employed as a lowly waiter in a hotel. One day he serves and looks after a wealthy businessman K.K. (Kader Khan), who lends him a suit, and gives him some money, so that he could find a rich woman to woo and marry. Raja thinks Sapna (Raveena Tandon) is wealthy and successfully woos her and wins her heart, only to find out that she too is on the lookout for a rich prince charming. She thought Raja was the rich, debonair, and eligible bachelor Rahul Saxena (Govinda).

With the help of garage owner, Sattarbhai (Satish Shah), all three of them concoct a plot to kidnap Rahul Saxena, hold him for ransom, while Raja takes his place. After kidnapping him, Raja does take his place with Rahul's family, his stepmom, Sharda, dad Dhanraj, uncle, aunt, and sweetheart Sona (Simran). Sona happens to be the daughter of Raja's mentor K.K., and this arouses anger with K.K. when he finds out that Raja has chosen Sona to seduce. Then things start to go wrong as Raja himself gets kidnapped, as he is mistaken for Rahul.



Title Singer(s)
A B C D E F G Udit Narayan, Kavita Krishnamurthy
Le Aaya Hoon Kumar Sanu, Preeti Uttam
Dheere Dheere Ham Donon Mieen Abhijeet, Alka Yagnik
Main Laila Abhijeet, Jaspinder Narula
Tujhe Dekh Ke Jaana Jaana Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik
Main Hoon Ladki Kunwari Abhijeet, Jaspinder Narula
Pagal Mujhe Bana Gaya Hai Abhijeet, Kavita Krishnamurthy


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