Run (2004 film)
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|Produced by||Surinder Kapoor|
|Written by||Kamalesh Pandey|
|Screenplay by||N. Linguswamy|
|Story by||N. Linguswamy|
|Starring||Abhishek Bachchan |
|Music by||Original Songs |
|Edited by||Sanjay Verma|
|Distributed by||Sridevi Productions|
Run is a 2004 Indian action comedy-romance film. It stars Abhishek Bachchan and Bhumika Chawla in the lead roles. It is directed by Jeeva and is a remake of the Tamil blockbuster of the same name starring Madhavan and Meera Jasmine. The film was produced by Boney Kapoor and Sridevi. The major portion of the film was shot at Marwah Studios in Noida.
Siddharth (Abhishek Bachchan) comes to New Delhi to further his study and stays with his sister (Ayesha Jhulka) from Allahabad his spoiled friend Ganesh (Vijay Raaz) trails behind him and arrives later, Siddharth through perceived destiny and chance runs into Jhanavi (Bhumika Chawla). Siddharth falls in love with Jhanavi who belongs to a conservative Haryanvi family. Jhanavi's elder brother (Mahesh Manjrekar) is a head of the family who is very protective of his family, mainly his sister after the loss of their parents.
Initially Jhanvi brushes off Siddharth's constant attempts to be with her in order to keep him safe from Ganpat, an encounter with the thugs and Siddharth leads Jhanvi to encourage Siddharth to run but he instead rises to the challenge and fights off all the thugs. While Ganpat goes to threaten Esha and her husband, Siddharth threatens him back viciously as he was one step ahead of him and planned to retaliate (though falsely) by killing Ganpat's family excluding Jhanvi.
Both Siddharth and Jhanavi's keeps meeting with each other hiding and running from Jhanavi's brother and his men, while Siddharth fights off any thugs that follows him and threatens to hurt him or his family, eventually Ganpat decides to use his thugs to beat up a boy who was giving Siddharth a hard time in school thus giving the impression to the principal of the school that Siddharth is a thug and Siddharth get's suspended in return. Then they hit Esha with a van and frame her husband for him to lose his job all at the same time, while Siddharth and Jhanvi agree they should elope and get married before she get's married off.
Meanwhile Ganesh constantly get's himself conned and goes through various harsh realities about life. In the end Ganesh loses all his money, his watch, his clothes, his hope to meet his friend Siddharth, his one kidney. All his experiences ends in the form of making Ganesh accidentally a "Pettycoat Baba", a saint which is believed by the people (not by Ganesh) to be living in the Himalayas for 250 years.
In the climax, Siddharth hatches a plan to bait Ganpat and his men to the wrong area and marry Jhanvi with her remaining family members who care for her and Siddharth, until Ganpat get's wind of this and track's them down, the newly weds now have to run from a mass amount of thugs. Eventually leading to a final battle where it ends with a one on one fight with Siddharth and Ganpat where Siddharth wins and refuses to deal the death blow allowing him to live. Ganpat allows Jhanvi and Siddharth to leave finally accepting Siddharth as his brother in-law and Siddharth and Jhanvi leave married.
- Abhishek Bachchan as Siddharth Varma (Sidhu)
- Bhumika Chawla as Jhanvi Choudhry
- Ayesha Jhulka as Esha (Siddharth's sister)
- Vijay Raaz as Ganesh
- Mukesh Rishi as Rajeev
- Mahesh Manjrekar as Ganpat Choudhry
- Shweta Menon as Ganpat's wife
- Aanjjan Srivastav as Ganesh's Father
- Goga Kapoor as Ganpat's uncle
- Pankaj Tripathi in guest appearance
- Shafi in guest appearance
- Mouni Roy in special appearance (background dancer) in song "Nahi Hona" (uncredited)
|1||"Chain Ho Chain Ho"||Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik, Jayesh Gandhi|
|2||"Dil Mein Jo Baat"||Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik|
|3||"Tere Aane Se"||Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik|
|4||"Tere Aane Se" (Remix)||Alka Yagnik|
|5||"Sarki Chunariya Re Zara Zara"||Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik|
|6||"Nahi Hona Nahi Hona"||Kunal Ganjawala, Richa Sharma|
|7||"Bade Hi Naazuk Daur Se"||Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik|
|8||"Tere Mere Pyaar Ke Chand"||Alka Yagnik|
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