|Directed by||Gaurav Pandey|
|Produced by||Raveena Tandon|
|Written by||Gaurav Pandey|
|Edited by||Sanjib Datta|
|Distributed by||Shemaroo Entertainment|
Stumped is a 2003 Bollywood sport/drama film written and directed by Gaurav Pandey and produced by Raveena Tandon. This film is a debut for Raveena as producer. had a cameo appearance in the film.
Despite a notable promotional campaign, the film had little impact after its release.
|Alyy Khan||Major Raghav|
|Raveena Tandon||Reena R. Seth|
|Salman Khan||SP. App in song|
|Anjan Srivastav||the guy on brothel|
Reena and her husband Major Raghav Seth; Ranga Khetrapal, Swadesh Deshpande and their respective wives; Laltu Singh, his wife, Neetu, and son, Bhola; the building watchman, Dukhiram; bachelor Subramaniam; and a visually-challenged Holy man, Baba, are some of the residents in Happy Home Society. The common interest shared by most of them is their love of playing and watching cricket. Reena experiences isolation after her husband is called back to Kargil to battle terrorists. She is befriended by three youngsters who have a crush on her. Things, however, change dramatically after she gets word that her husband is missing and believed dead. But by the end of the film it is revealed that the husband is miraculously alive and reunites with Reena.
|Soundtrack album by Pritam|
|Released||16 May 2003|
|Genre||Feature Film soundtrack|
The Music was Composed by Pritam Chakraborty. It was Pritam's first solo album.
All lyrics written by Abbas Tyrewala; all music composed by Pritam.
|1.||"Humko Toh Hai Poora Yakeen"||Sunidhi Chauhan, Sudesh Bhonsle||4:34|
|3.||"Aise Hi Bada Hua Gavaskar"||KK, Shaan, Pritam, Anjan Shrivastava||4:31|
|4.||"Ek Sapna (Slow Version)"||Shashwati||5:16|
|5.||"Sona Chandi"||Rakesh Pandit||4:05|
|6.||"Humko Toh Hai Poora Yakeen"||KK, Sagarika Mukherjee, Shankar Mahadevan, Shraddha Pandit, Shubha Mudgal, Shweta Pandit, Shweta Shetty, Sudesh Bhonsle||4:34|
|7.||"Ek Sapna (Remix)"||Shashwati||5:16|
|8.||"Yeh Desh Hai Veer Jawano Ka"||Gurdas Maan||3:21|
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- Johal, Vikramdeep (2005). "Stumped on screen". The Sunday Tribune - Spectrum. Retrieved 14 January 2011.
- Abhishek Boyanpalli (10 October 2013). "Sachin Tendulkar retires: 100 facts about the Little Master bowing out after 24 years". Mirror.co.uk. Retrieved 10 October 2013.
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