Bachke Rehna Re Baba
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|Bachke Rehna Re Baba|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Govind Menon|
|Produced by||Vijay Galani|
|Written by||Robin Bhatt|
|Cinematography||Thomas A. Xavier|
|Edited by||Bunty Nagi|
Bachke Rehna Re Baba (Devnagari: बचके रहना रे बाबा, in English:You have to watch out) is a 2005 Indian Hindi adult comedy film directed by Govind Menon, starring Rekha, Paresh Rawal, Mallika Sherawat and Satish Shah. The film's plot is inspired by the 2001 American film Heartbreakers.
Rukmini (Rekha) is well into her 40s and still unmarried. She lives with her orphaned niece, Padmini (Mallika Sherawat), and together they devise a scheme to entrap wealthy men, like Monty (Paresh Rawal), relieve them of their money, abandon them, and move on to better targets. They do succeed for quite a while, assuming various disguises, and names, amassing a fortune, until Padmini falls in love with one of her targets, a young man named Raghu (Karan Khanna), and decides to call it quits. An unstable Rukmini, who owes money to Monty, decides she cannot go it alone and concocts a scheme that will force Padmini to give up on Raghu and re-join forces with her to go on plundering unsuspecting wealthy men.
- In the original script, the characters of Rukmini and Padmini were mother and daughter. But Rekha didn't want to play the role of a mother, so the characters were changed to aunt and niece.
- The film was a box office success, the title song Bachke Rehna Re Baba was a big hit in the clubs.
- Rekha - Rukmini/ Alka / Gulpreet
- Paresh Rawal - Monty Bagga
- Mallika Sherawat - Padmini a.k.a. Paddu/Meera
- Satish Shah - Mulchand/ Fakirchand Mansukhani
- Karan Khanna - Raghu
- Kurush Deboo - Wealthy doctor
- Suresh Menon
- Geeta Khanna as Shashikala
- Arun Ranjankar
- Manish Kumar
- Umesh Shukla
- "Bachke Rehna Re" - Sunidhi Chauhan, Sowmya Raoh
- "Bachke Rehna Re" (Remix) - Sunidhi Chauhan, Sowmya Raoh
- "Dil Churane Wale" - Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik
- "Sharafat Chhod De" - Alisha Chinoy
- "Eiffel Tower" - Sunidhi Chauhan
- "Eiffel Tower" v2 - Rekha
- "Sharafat Chhod De" (remix) - Alisha Chinoy
- "Tera Husn Woh Nasha Hai" - Kunal Ganjawala
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