Khel – No Ordinary Game

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DVD cover
Directed by Yusuf Khan
Produced by Popcorn Motion Pictures,
Galaxy Entertainments
Written by Dilip Shukla
Story by Yusuf Khan
Starring Sunny Deol
Sunil Shetty
Celina Jaitley
Music by Daboo Malik,
Babbu Mann,
Dudes Music Company
Cinematography Soori,
Manoj Gupta
Edited by Yusuf Khan
Popcorn Motion Pictures,
Galaxy Entertainment
Release date
  • 3 October 2003 (2003-10-03)
Running time
174 mins
Country India
Language Hindi

Khel – No Ordinary Game (English: The Game) is a 2003 Indian Hindi action film directed by Yusuf Khan. The film stars Sunny Deol, Sunil Shetty and Celina Jaitley in lead roles. Former Indian cricketer Ajay Jadeja makes his Bollywood debut, playing an important supporting role in the film. It was released on, 2 October 2003.


Multi-millionaire industrialist Dev Mallya (Sunil Shetty) takes a personal interest an attractive interior designer Saanjh Batra (Celina Jaitley) and wants to marry her. He starts by hiring her to re-do the interior of his palatial home. He makes it a point to be pleasant to her and her mom, Mrs. Kiran Batra. One day Dev finds out that Saanjh has some feelings for his friend, Rohan Potdar (Ajay Jadeja), and this knowledge makes him insecure. Shortly after, Rohan is arrested for murder, is tried, and sentenced to life imprisonment. This news breaks Saanjh's heart, and she eventually consents to marry Dev. All is perfect in Dev's world, until ACP Rajvir Scindia (Sunny Deol) announces the re-opening of the case against Rohan Potdar, as he is convinced that Rohan is the victim of a conspiracy.



  1. Kiya Hai Jadu Iss Kadar - Shaan, Shailendra Singh, S. P. Shailaja
  2. Sharrata — Sukhwinder Singh Babbu Maan
  3. Chori Chori Mere Dil Ko - Sunidhi Chauhan, Shaan
  4. Jadu Sa Mujhpe Chal Raha - Kumar Sanu, Kavita Krishnamurthy
  5. Moment Of LovE - S. P. Shailaja
  6. Tumko Kitna Hai Mujhse Pyar - Sonu Nigam, Sunidhi Chauhan
  7. Moment of Passion - Kumar Sanu

Critical reception[edit]

The film released on 2 October 2003, and struck Indian Cinemas with a great start.

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