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Director    Anish Patel
Language  Hindi
Country  India
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Andaaz Naya Naya is a shelved Bollywood 3-D animation film directed by Anish Patel, and a remake of Andaz Apna Apna. The voices feature Aamir Khan as Amar, and Salman Khan as Prem; both actors reprising their roles from the original movie. Produced by SidharthM Jain and Prasad Ajgaonkar, the film was originally scheduled for release in 2013.


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3D animated version of Andaz Apna Apna postponed indefinitely
  • Aamir Khan as Amar
  • Salman Khan as Prem
  • Alia Bhatt
  • Kriti Sanon
  • Paresh Rawal
  • Annu Kapoor
  • Kareena Kapoor (Special Appearance)
  • Varun Dhawan (Special Appearance)
  • Production

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    Filming for Andaz Naya Naya began in October 2011. A full-on schedule for 6 months by director Anish Patel has been set up, and voices by Aamir Khan and Salman Khan are also ready to be dubbed. Patel suggested a spare release to the film in June 2012. The film may also be shot in an Real 3D version for the youth. The lead roles were earlier given to Imran Khan (actor) and Ranbir Kapoor, who were later offered the role to the official remake of Andaz Apna Apna, and declined Andaz Naya Naya to be featured in the remake.

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    The official theatrical poster was revealed on 20 September 2011 on Bollywood Hungama.


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    Producer Sidharth Jain began to question if the film would do any good in the box office because Indian animated films do not get good market, so Jain shelved the film after being 35% done.

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