Chand Ke Paar Chalo (film)

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Chand Ke Paar Chalo
Chand Ke Paar Chalo (film).jpg
Directed by Mustafa Engineer
Produced by Babar Chopra
Starring Sahib Chopra
Preeti Jhangiani
Sanjay Narvekar
Shakti Kapoor
Himani Shivpuri
Alok Nath
Sanjay Narvekar
Razzak Khan
Kannu Gill
Tej Sapru
Music by HMV saregama[1][2]
Release date
  • 31 March 2006 (2006-03-31)
Language Hindi
Budget 10 Crores

Chaand Ke Paar Chalo' (Hindi for "Go to the other side of the Moon") is an Indian Bollywood motion picture directed by Mustafa Engineer released in 2006. This was Engineer's first film.[3]

Synopsis[edit]

The main protagonist is Chander, a tourist photographer in the Indian city of Nainital living with his parents (played by Alok Nath and Kanu Gill), and best friend Johnny (played by Sanjay Narvekar). While on his way to work, he meets a stage dancer (a banjaran) named Nirmala [played by Preeti Jhangiani] and is seduced by her beauty. He takes photographs of her and later befriends her, serenading her with sweet nothings about "taking her across the moon and stars" and promises to take her to the city of dreams, Mumbai. She agrees to be with him, despite objections from her guardians, her uncle (played by (Tej Sapru) and aunt (played by Himani Shivpuri) who had other plans for her. From there her career as a star begins under a new name, Garima.

Chander sells his camera to Johnny, as well as his studio to raise money for the realization of their dreams. A film director named Arman Khan discovers Garima and gives her the lead role in his film. Garima attains fame and wealth and eventually starts to cold-shoulder Chander. Her assistant Kapoor (played by Shakti Kapoor) dislikes Chander and plots to get rid of him. He succeeds in getting Chander thrown out of Garima's house. Chander's friend advises him to return to Nainital. Upon his return, Chander learns that his father has died and that his mother is staying with his old friend Johnny. Johnny advises Chander to start fresh and returns his camera. Chander returns to his old job. Eventually, he runs into Garima and pleads with her to take him back. She eventually agrees and they get back together.

Cast[edit]

Reviews[edit]

The movie was reviewed as largely formulaic and a "tried and tested" Indian romance motif. Reviewers wrote that the film "moves on a linear track and offering some good visual appeal and music, The music was well-reviewed, as was the screen presence of Jhanginani and sahib. In an interview, Jhanginani said that the film was "women centric" and focused on her character. Except for Shakti Kapoor, none of the senior actors made an impression in the film. good production quality , movie was a hit in major parts of the country ( UP,BIHAR ) mainly etc ..

Music[edit]

  1. Tanha Chalne Lage Ho - Alka Yagnik, RUPESH KUMAR THAKUR
  2. Deewana Pooch Lega - RUPESH KUMAR THAKUR
  3. Chand Key Par Chalo - Alka Yagnik, RUPESH KUMAR THAKUR
  4. Dhin Chak Lad Gayi (remix) - Kalpana
  5. Is Dil Ka Bharos Kya - Kumar Sanu, Shreya Ghoshal
  6. Tum Me Hain Har Khuboo - Alka Yagnik, RUPESH KUMAR THAKUR
  7. Kitna Suna Pan Mai - Jaspinder Narula
  8. Dhin Chak Ladd Gayi - Karsan Sagathia

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Chand Ke Paar Chalo songs". webmusic.in. Retrieved 2015-08-12. 
  2. ^ "Bollywood movie Chaand Ke Paar Chalo". mag4you.com. Retrieved 2015-08-12. 
  3. ^ "Chaand Ke Paar Chalo". movietalkies.com. Retrieved 2015-08-12. 
  4. ^ "Chaand Ke Paar Chalo (2006) movie cast & crew". filmibeat.com. Retrieved 2015-08-12. 

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