Jis Desh Mein Ganga Rehta Hain
|Jis Desh Mein Gani Rehta Hain|
|Directed by||Mahesh Manjrekar|
|Produced by||Jackie Shroff|
|Written by||Mahesh Manjrekar|
|Music by||Anand Raj Anand|
|Edited by||V. N. Mayekar|
|Distributed by||Universal Music|
Jis Desh Mein Ganga Rehta Hai (transl. The Country Where Ganga Lives) is 2000 Indian Hindi-language comedy film directed by Mahesh Manjrekar and starring Govinda and Sonali Bendre as leads. It is a remake of the 1972 Marathi film Ekta Jeev Sadashiv, and the 1974 Kannada film Bangaarada Panjara.
When the time comes for Ganga to marry, his parents inform him that his biological parents live in the city and want him to settle there. Ganga bids tearful farewell to his village and its inhabitants and travels to the city of his birth parents. He finds that he has an elder brother, who is married to Supriya, and younger siblings, as well as his birth parents, Avinash (Shakti Kapoor) and Radha (Himani Shivpuri), who are all very wealthy. Ganga struggles to cope up with the modern city lifestyle. His sister-in-law dislikes him more as days pass by.
Soon word spreads about Ganga being the latest eligible bachelor. He is asked to marry a socialite, Tina (Rinke Khanna), as per his parents' wishes. Ganga agrees to everything his new-found family wants him to do. Things get so bad for Ganga that he runs away from his biological parents' home and finds his older brother being blackmailed by a woman and two goons. He saves his brother, but his best friend gets stabbed in the stomach by one of the goons who flees the scene; he gets accused for stabbing his own friend. Ganga refuses to speak the truth about the incident at court as he does not want his family's reputation to be ruined. His sister-in-law, who learns the truth from her husband, speaks out at court and proves his innocence.
After the verdict, Ganga and his best friend return to their village where he reunites with Saawni. His parents agree to get them married.
- Govinda - Gangaram
- Sonali Bendre - Saavni
- Rinke Khanna - Tina
- Ankush Choudhary - Rahul
- Milind Gunaji - Milind Chauhan
- Supriya Karnik - Supriya
- Shivaji Satam - Gangaram's Father
- Reema Lagoo - Gangaram Mother
- Shakti Kapoor - Avinash
- Himani Shivpuri - Radha
- Kishore Nandlaskar - Sannata
- Anand Abhyankar - Tina Father
- Nandu Madhav - Iqbal
- Rajendra Gupta - Guest Appearance in song "Pren nagar me"
- Makarand Anaspure
- Farhad Shahnawaz
- Rakhi Sawant
- Herman D'souza- villain Rakhi sawant's brother
|1||"Chal Jhoothi"||Udit Narayan, Shrradha Pandit|
|2||"O Piya O Piya Sun"||Sukhwinder Singh, Sadhana Sargam|
|3||"Prem Jaal Mein"||Sukhwinder Singh, Anuradha Sriram|
|4||"Jis Desh Mein Ganga"||Abhijeet|
|5||"Matari Kohtari Tumbo"||Atul Kale|
|6||"Shadi Karvado"||Udit Narayan, Sapna Awasthi|
|7||"Kem Chhe"||Bali Brahmbhatt, Sunidhi Chauhan|
- Kishore, Vikrant; Sarwal, Amit; Patra, Parichay, eds. (2016). Salaam Bollywood: Representations and interpretations. Routledge. p. 225. ISBN 978-1-138-64962-0.
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