|Directed by||Iqbal Durrani|
|Produced by||N.R. Pachisia|
|Written by||Iqbal Durrani|
|Music by||Anu Malik|
|24 March 1994|
Khuddar is a 1994 Hindi movie directed by Iqbal Durrani and starring Govinda, Karishma Kapoor, Kader Khan. Other cast include Shakti Kapoor, Shreeram Lagoo, Anjana Mumtaz, Raju Shrestha, Mahesh Anand, Vikas Anand, Anil Dhawan. It includes the controversial number "Sexy Sexy Mujhe Log Bole", which was censored to "Baby Baby Mujhe Log Bole". It is a remake of Tamil film Walter Vetrivel starring Sathyaraj. Dialogues of this movie became very popular and therefore audio cassette of dialogues were released.
Shastri Suri (Shreeram Lagoo) comes from a middle-class yet honest background. He has raised his son, police inspector Siddhant Suri (Govinda) and daughter Bindiya and second son Nandu (Rajoo Shrestha) in a similar way. But Nandu has fallen into bad company. He is in debt and unable to repay his debt, therefore, he decides to rob, and does so at the house belonging to Pooja (Karisma Kapoor), when Pooja confronts him, he attacks her and as a result Pooja loses her sight. A blind Pooja subsequently weds Siddhant, not knowing that her assailant is her brother-in-law. Shastriji's employee Kanhaiyalal (Kader Khan) is greedy and ambiguous. When Shastriji stands for election, he is opposed strongly by a corrupt and avarious, Adarsh Vardhan (Shakti Kapoor). By hook and crook, Adarsh wins the election, and decides to humiliate the Suri family. He asks that his body-guard be none other Siddhant Suri. Siddhant must now choose between staying with the police force and serving his corrupt master.
|1||"Sexy Sexy Mujhe Log Bole"||Anu Malik, Alisha Chinai||Indeewar|
|2||"Tumsa Koi Pyaara"||Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik||Rahat Indori|
|3||"Woh Aankh Hi Kya "||Sonu Nigam||Zameer Kazmi|
|4||"Tum Mano Ya Na Mano"||Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik||Rahat Indori|
|5||"Woh Aankh Hi Kya"||Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik||Zameer Kazmi|
|6||"Tere Deewane Ne"||Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik||Dev Kohli|
|7||"Khat Likna Humne"||Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik||Rahat Indori|
Govinda narrowly escaped death on 5 January 1994 while traveling to a studio for the shooting of Khuddar. The actor's car collided with another car, resulting in him sustaining injuries to his head. Though bleeding profusely, Govinda did not cancel the shooting. After visiting a doctor, he shot for the film till midnight.
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