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Kissan Hindi Movie Poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Puneet Sira
Produced by Sohail Khan
Screenplay by Vekeana Dhillon
Sohail Khan
Story by Sohail Khan
Starring Jackie Shroff
Sohail Khan
Arbaaz Khan
Dia Mirza
Nauheed Cyrusi
Music by Songs:
Daboo Malik
Background Score:
Sanjoy Chowdhury
Cinematography Neelabh Kaul
Edited by Chirag Jain
Distributed by UTV Spotboy
Sohail Khan Productions
Release date
  • 28 August 2009 (2009-08-28)
Running time
102 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi
Budget 15,00,00,000 inr
Box office 3,25,05,460 inr (netgross)

Kisaan (Hindi: किसान Kisān) is a 2009 Bollywood film directed by Puneet Sira,[1] which focuses on Farmers' suicides in India [2] Its title is Hindi for "farmer".


Widower farmer, Dayal Singh, based in Palheri in the District of Chandigarh, witnesses the exploitation of farmers at the hands of Zamindars. He decides to send his elder son, Aman, to the city to study and become a lawyer, while his second son, Jiggar, would live with him and assist him in farming. Years later, the district gets a visit from Sohan Seth, who wants to buy the farm and turn the area into a commercial zone. Aman returns home and is able to join hands with his father and brother in advising the locales against Sohan. Things get out of hand when Jiggar is arrested for Assault, and even though Aman defends him, is sentenced to five years in prison. After his discharge, Jiggar returns home to find his father bed-ridden, half of his body paralyzed, a number of farmers have committed suicide, while Aman, who has married his sweetheart-fellow lawyer, Priya, lives in the city, works for Sohan, and has been putting pressure on Dayal as well as other farmers to sell their respective farmlands. Meanwhile, Priya is collecting proofs against Sohan Seth, she is attacked and killed by his men. Aman finds out and he helps his brother in taking down his men. A man reconciles with his father. Jigar marries Titli. They are shown working together on the family fields along with a recovering Dayal.



1."Ho Gayee Ho Gayee Main Jawan"Daboo Malik 
2."Jai Jai Maa Bhambleshwari"  
3."Kaam Hamari Pooja Yaro"  
4."Kaam Hamari Pooja Yaro Sad"  
5."Phoolon Ko Baharon Ne"  
6."Punjabi Munde"Labh Janjua, Sunidhi Chauhan, Parthiv Gohil, Daboo Malik 
7."Humko Kehna Hai"Shaan, Shreya Ghoshal 
8."Jhoomo Re Jhoomo"Tarannum Malik, Pavni Pandey, Daboo Malik, Sujata Majumdar 
9."Neeche Saari Duniya"Roop Kumar Rathod, Harshdeep Kaur 
10."Waqt Ki Dhoop"Toshi Sabri 
11."Punjabi Munde Honde (Remix)"  
12."Meri Jind Da Ladla"Teji Ghuman 


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