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see Dubara Palace for the palace in Cairo
Directed byShashi Ranjan
StarringJackie Shroff
Mahima Chaudhry
Raveena Tandon
Music byAnu Malik
Release date
24 September 2004
Running time
135 minutes

Dobara is a 2004 Indian Hindi film directed by Shashi Ranjan on his debut.[1] It stars Jackie Shroff, Mahima Chaudhry and Raveena Tandon.


Ranbir and Anjali Saigal, a happily married couple, find themselves in trouble when visited by an escapee from a mental asylum, Ria Deshmukh.



  1. "Tum Abhi The" - Alka Yagnik
  2. "Humnasheen" - Alisha Chinoy, Anu Malik
  3. "Chadha Na Jaave" - Anu Malik
  4. "Goonja HUa Hai" - Alka Yagnik
  5. "Mujhse Kyun Roothe Ho" - Alka Yagnik
  6. ""Pyaar Mere" - Jasbir Jassi
  7. "Tum Abhi The (male) - Hariharan


The film received a mixed reception by critics. Taran Adarsh praised the performances of the main actors and the music by Anu Malik such as 'Humnasheen' and 'Mujhse Kyon Roothe Ho?' but said "the sluggish pace of its narrative and classy treatment act as barricades. And the pre-climax portions, involving the child and the conclusion to the triangle, take the graph of the film downhill." [2] criticised the script and remarked that "there were too many holes in it" and questioned the choice of film for a debut by the director.[1]


  1. ^ a b "What was Shashi Ranjan thinking?". 24 September 2004. Retrieved 18 December 2010.
  2. ^ Adarsh, Taran (24 September 2004). "Dobara (September 24, 2004)". Bollywood Hungama. Retrieved 18 December 2010.

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