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Janasheen poster.jpg
Directed by Feroz Khan
Produced by Rajpal Narula
Feroz Khan
Written by Kamlesh Pandey (dialogue)
Screenplay by Shairaz Ahmed,
Suparn Verma,
Feroz Khan
Story by Suparn Verma
Music by Anand Raj Anand
Channi Singh
Mrunal Sampath
Sukhwinder Singh
Cinematography Neelabh Kaul
Edited by Feroz Khan
FK Films
Release date
28 November 2003
Running time
161 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi
Budget 10 crore (equivalent to 26 crore or US$4.1 million in 2017)
Box office 15 crore (equivalent to 39 crore or US$6.1 million in 2017)

Janasheen (Heir) is a 2003 Indian Hindi-language romance film co-written, edited, produced and directed by Feroz Khan who stars along with his son, Fardeen Khan, and Celina Jaitley. It was shot in Afghanistan.[1] When story writer Suparn Verma decided to direct a movie. He decided to cast father-son duo Fardeen Khan and Feroz Khan. He made directorial debut with movie Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena (film) in the year 2005.


Lucky Kapoor (Fardeen Khan) lives in Australia and has no interest in taking over his father Virendra Kapoor's (Harsh Chhaya) business in India. Meanwhile, Saba Karim Khan (Feroz Khan) has a great interest in the property, but Mr. Kapoor has no interest in selling him the business. Khan thus has Mr. Kapoor killed, making it look like an accident. Jessica Periera (Celina Jaitley), a childhood sweetheart of Lucky, has proof that Mr. Kapoor's death was not an accident—but she keeps it to herself. When Karim Khan meets with Lucky to renegotiate, he finds that Lucky is willing to sell—but he also discovers that Lucky bears a striking resemblance to his own dead son. Although Karim Khan will do anything to make Lucky heir to his own wealth and properties, Lucky remains unwilling.



No. Title Music Artist(s) Length
1. "Pyar Hone Laga Hai" Anand Raj Anand Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik  
2. "Nashe Nashe Mein Yaar" Anand Raj Anand Adnan Sami, Sunidhi Chauhan  
3. "Deewani Hoon Deewani Hoon" Biddu Sonu Nigam, Jaspinder Narula, Gauri Bapat  
4. "Marhaba" Sukhwinder Singh Sukhwinder Singh, Muskan  
5. "Ishq Fitrat Hai Meri" Anand Raj Anand Sukhwinder Singh, Sunidhi Chauhan  
6. "Ankhiyan Ankhiyan" Channi Singh, Mrinal Sampat Sukhwinder Singh  
7. "Dil Ne Dil Se Tujhe Pukara" Anand Raj Anand Gauri Bapat  
8. "Ab Ke Baar Poonam Mein" Channi Singh, Mrinal Sampat Babul Supriyo, Gauri Bapat  

Box office[edit]

Janasheen was released on 28 November 2003, the same day as the hit Shah Rukh Khan-starrer, Kal Ho Naa Ho. Despite a good opening week, the film fell in the second week but was a hit in UP-Delhi, Nizam and Mumbai territories while was break even in other areas. Feroz Khan won some awards for his negative role.




External links[edit]


  1. ^ Feroz Khan to shoot Janasheen in Afghanistan Archived 18 March 2009 at the Wayback Machine., 29 December 2001.