Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron (2007 film)

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Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron
Directed by Sanjay Sharma
Produced by K.C. Sharma
Written by Salim Raza
Starring Kulraj Randhawa
Kapil Sharma
Sneha Ullal
Anupam Kher
Prem Chopra
Music by Bappi Lahiri
Cinematography Bashir Ali
Edited by Vinod Pathak
Release date
  • 28 December 2007 (2007-12-28)
Country India
Language Hindi

Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron is a 2007 Bollywood comedy film.

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Synopsis[edit]

Raja played by Kapil Sharma can be best described as a grown-up version of "Dennis the menace" and all neighbors, professors, principal and even his father, who is incidentally a police commissioner is not spared by his mischievous pranks. His father hatches a plan to teach him a lesson. He somehow convinces Raja to go his uncle's house in Dehra Doon for a holiday. His uncle is a no nonsense strict disciplinarian military man and probably the only person, who can instill some discipline and focus in the wavered life and attitude of Raja. Nisha played by Kulraj Randhawa is a smart con girl, who has not only stolen diamonds worth Rs.100 crores ($25 million) from an exhibition but, has also double-crossed the boss of the most notorious gang. Now, she is on the run with the diamonds. Destiny gets Raja and Nisha to meet in the most unexpected and bizarre circumstance. So when the smartest con girl and the biggest prankster meet, lots of fireworks are inevitable. They become part of the journey which is a long roller coaster ride full of hilarious moments to death defying stunts and events. And a cat and a mouse game kicks-off where a couple of gangs, dacoits and police all are on their hot trail. In all this mayhem and confusion, how do these two reach their destination and fulfill their dream and how the love blossoms between them forms crux of the story.

Music[edit]

Bappi Lahiri has yet again lent his voice and this time it’s for Kapil Sharma for the track "Are You Ready." Based on insiders, Bappi Da was quite impressed by Kapil Shama's dance steps and sure made the singer and music composer go in retrospect to the Mithun days grooving to "Disco Dancer" tracks.

There have been two songs announced to be in the film that are composed by Bappi Lahiri:

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