Chal Mere Bhai
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|Chal Mere Bhai|
Luv is tough... so laugh a little
|Directed by||David Dhawan|
|Produced by||Nitin Manmohan|
|Written by||Rumi Jaffrey (Dialogues)|
|Screenplay by||Ikram Akhtar
|Story by||Ikram Akhtar|
Nitin Raikwar, Sameer (Lyrics)
|Edited by||A. Muthu|
|Distributed by||Gaurav Digital
|Budget||₹14 crore crore (US$Bad rounding hereFormatting error: invalid input when rounding)|
|Box office||₹22 crore crore (US$Bad rounding hereFormatting error: invalid input when rounding)|
Chal Mere Bhai (Hindi: चल मेरे भाई, Urdu: چل میرے بھائی, translated: Come on, my brother) is a Bollywood comedy film released in 2000. The film is produced by Nitin Manmohan and directed by David Dhawan. It stars Sanjay Dutt, Salman Khan and Karisma Kapoor in the lead roles. This was Karisma's fourth time in a row playing a character with the name Sapna.
The movie is greatly influenced by Pakistani drama (Ankahi) 1982. Some of the parts were accused of being copied along with the dialogues.
Vicky is a business tycoon who runs his family's business bidding on multinational contracts. When he needs a secretary he meets Sapna, a girl who has lost her family and has moved in with her uncle and auntie. Sapna doesn't have the required experience to be Vicky's secretary, but Vicky's father, Balraj Oberoi is impressed by Sapna's passion and hires her.
Prem is an aspiring actor, much to the chagrin of Balraj, who would like Prem to also work for the family business. However, Prem's grandmother and Vicky support Prem's decision to be an actor.
Sapna's career as a secretary has many blunders:- At first—she is so nervous around Vicky she makes numerous mistakes. But when Vicky is attacked after work, it is Sapna's fast thinking that saves his life. Vicky's family becomes fond of Sapna very quickly—Prem especially.
Prem and Sapna fall in love with each other, but before Prem can tell his family, Sapna's auntie and Prem's grandmother arrange for Vicky and Sapna to be married. However, on the day before the marriage, Vicky finds out that Sapna loves Prem not him. Finally Prem and Sapna are united.
- Sanjay Dutt as Vicky Oberoi
- Salman Khan as Prem Oberoi
- Karishma Kapoor as Sapna Mehra
- Dalip Tahil as Balraj Oberoi
- Sushma Seth as Dadima, Vicky & Prem's Grandmother
- Shakti Kapoor as Mamaji, Sapna's Uncle
- Ravi Baswani as Waiter
- Anil Dhawan as Doctor in hospital
- Birbal as Astrologer
- Himani Shivpuri as Mamiji, Sapna's Aunt
- Shahbaz Khan as Rakesh
- Ghanshyam Rohera as Nandu, the cook
- Javed Khan as Murari
- Shashi Kiran as Suri
- Asrani as Family doctor
- Nagma as Sonia in Guest Appearance
- Sonali Bendre as Piya, Vicky's beloved in Special Appearance
- Twinkle Khanna as Pooja, Special Appearance
- Shankar Mahadevan as Himself in Title sequence
- Lesle Lewis as Himself in Title sequence
- Satish Kaushik
- Divya Palat
- Raju Shrestha
- Mangal Dhillon
- Dinesh Anand
- Suresh Bhagwat 
|Chal Mere Bhai|
|Soundtrack album by Anand-Milind|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
The music featured in the top 15 best selling albums of 2000..
|1.||"Aaj Kal Ki Ladkiyan"||Sonu Nigam, Vinod Rathod, Poornima, Vaijanti||6:35|
|2.||"Chal Mere Bhai"||Sanjay Dutt, Salman Khan||5:00|
|3.||"Chal Mere Bhai" (Remix)||Shankar Mahadevan, Lesle Lewis, Dominique||4:20|
|4.||"Chori Chori Sapno Mein"||Abhijeet Bhattacharya, Alka Yagnik||5:03|
|5.||"Chori Chori Sapno Mein" (Sad)||Abhijeet Bhattacharya, Alka Yagnik||1:08|
|6.||"Mehndi Rang Layee"||Udit Narayan, Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik, Jaspinder Narula||6:49|
|7.||"Mere Baap Ki Beti"||Abhijeet Bhattacharya, Vinod Rathod||4:40|
|8.||"Meri Neend Jaane Lagi Hai"||Alka Yagnik, Sonu Nigam||5:30|
|9.||"Thodi Si Beqarari"||Kumar Sanu & Alka Yagnik||4:39|
|10.||"Theme Music" (Instrumental)||–||3:23|
- Plot Summary
- Chal Mere Bhai - Cast
- "Music Hits 2000–2009 (Figures in Units)". Box Office India. Archived from the original on 15 February 2008. Retrieved 12 July 2017.
- "Chal Mere Bhai among most sold music albums of 2000". Archived from the original on 14 June 2012.