Coolie No. 1 (1995 film)
|Coolie No. 1|
कुली नं. 1
|Directed by||David Dhawan|
|Produced by||Vashu Bhagnani|
|Written by||Rumi Jaffery|
|Story by||Amma creations|
P. Kalaimani (uncredited)
|Edited by||A. Muthu|
|Distributed by||Tips Industries Limited|
Tips Music Films
S K Enterprise LTD
|Budget||₹3.5 crore (equivalent to ₹9.2 crore or US$1.3 million in 2017)|
|Box office||₹23 crore (US$3.2 million)|
Coolie No. 1 is a 1995 Indian Hindi comedy film directed by David Dhawan. The film stars Govinda, Karisma Kapoor, Shakti Kapoor, Kader Khan and Sadashiv Amrapurkar, with music by Anand-Milind. This movie was one of the first successful movies of Karisma Kapoor. Actor Govinda received the Star Screen Award Special Jury Award for his role in this movie as 'performer of the decade'. Over the years, the movie has become a classic in Indian film history and is now considered a cult film. The movie is a remake of the 1991 Telugu film, Coolie No. 1 (1991 film).
Shaadiram Gharjode (Sadashiv Amrapurkar), a matchmaker, is once humiliated by Hoshiyar Chand (Kader Khan) when Shaadiram goes to inform him about a family wanting to marry their son to Hoshiyar's daughter. Hoshiyar Chand insults them as he wants both his daughters to marry into the richest family. Gharjode decides to teach Hoshiyar Chand a lesson: He meets a coolie called Raju (Govinda) and they go to Hoshiyar Chand's village pretending to be a rich family. Hoshiyar is impressed and he wants his daughter Malti (Karisma Kapoor) to marry Raju. This leads to humorous situations in the climax.
- Govinda as Raju
- Karisma Kapoor as Malti
- Harish Kumar as Deepak
- Kanchan as Shalini
- Kader Khan as Hoshiyar Chand
- Shakti Kapoor as Goverdhan Mama
- Sadashiv Amrapurkar as Pandit Shadiram Gharjode
- Kulbhushan Kharbanda
- Javed Khan Amrohi as Taxi Driver
- Dinesh Hingoo
- Mahesh Anand
- Vikas Anand
- Tiku Talsania
- [[Shammi (actress)}Shammi]]
- Babbanlal Yadav
The music of Coolie No. 1 was a rage when it released. Although producer of Tips films Vashu Bhagnani and director David Dhawan were extremely confident that "Husn Hain Suhana", rendered by Abhijeet and Chandana Dixit would be the selling factor of the album, it was the song "Main To Raste Se Ja Raha Tha" that did the trick. The music of Coolie No. 1 strengthened Anand-Milind and Govinda/David Dhawan's track record of coming up with super hit music with each outing.
|1||"Aa Jaana Aa Jaana"||Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik||06:22|
|2||"Jeth Ki Dopahri Mein"||Kumar Sanu, Poornima||05:00|
|3||"Coolie No. 1"||Kumar Sanu||05:24|
|4||"Husn Hai Suhana"||Abhijeet, Chandana Dixit||06:00|
|5||"Tere Pyar Mein Dil Deewana"||Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik||05:00|
|6||"Kya Majnu Kya Ranjha"||Kumar Sanu, Sadhna Sargam||06:31|
|7||"Main To Raste Se Jaa Raha Tha"||Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik||05:18|
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