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Director  Gurudev Bhalla
Release date  July 12, 2002 (India)
Country  India
4.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Family, Romance, Comedy
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Language  Hindi
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Release date  Friday, 12 July 2002
Writer  Urmi Juvekar, Tanveer Khan (dialogue)
Directors  Gurudev Bhalla, Imtiaz Ali
Music director  Sajid-Wajid, Babloo Chakravorty
Songs  Dil Kehta Hai
Cast  Abhishek Bachchan (Rahul Khanna), Hrishitaa Bhatt (Neha Sengupta), Amrish Puri (Prajapati), Om Puri (DCP Bhosle), Dara Singh (Mr Gujral)
Similar movies  Related Imtiaz Ali movies

Shararat is a 2002 Bollywood comedy drama film directed by debutant Gurudev Bhalla and starring Abhishek Bachchan, Hrishitaa Bhatt and Amrish Puri in the lead roles. The film was released on 12 July 2002.

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Amazoncom Shararat Abhishek Bachchan Hrishitaa Bhatt Om Puri

Dil kehta hai shararat abhishek bachchan hrishita bhatt song promo


Plot

Bollywood Movie Shararat Shooting Locations

Rahul Khanna (Abhishek Bachchan) is the only son of wealthy industrialists, who have no time for their son while on the other hand Rahul has nothing but time on his hands and is hell bent upon getting into trouble with the law, such as racing cars with his friends but he gets away with it most of the time by bribing the officer. Eventually his luck runs out one day while stuck in traffic and in a hurry to reach the airport for his flight to America he meddles with the traffic lights turning them all green and causing a number of vehicles to crash. This time the offence is too serious and unable to bribe the officer he is arrested. DCP Bhosle (Om Puri) wants to teach Rahul a lesson but can't think of a way other than making him do time in jail. Neha Sengupta (Hrishitaa Bhatt) inspired by a Bill Clinton newspaper article, comes up with a unique punishment idea for Rahul, community service. The Judge likes this idea and sentences a remorseless Rahul to a senior citizen's home out in the country. Sparks fly when Rahul meets the old residents of the senior citizens' home, as they do not get on very well.

Cast

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  • Abhishek Bachchan as Rahul Khanna
  • Hrishitaa Bhatt as Neha Sengupta
  • Amrish Puri as Prajapati
  • Helen as Anuradha Mathur
  • Tinnu Anand as Saifuddin "Saifu"
  • A.K. Hangal as Gajanan Desai
  • Dara Singh as Mr. Gujral
  • Daisy Irani as Mrs. Chitra Gujral
  • Viju Khote as Keshav Deshpande
  • Shubha Khote as Shanta Deshpande
  • Mohnish Bahl as Vikram Saxena
  • Navni Parihar as Advocate Nandini Khanna (Rahul's Mum)
  • Romesh Sharma as Niranjan Khanna (Rahul's step Dad)
  • Ashish Vidyarthi as Arora
  • Om Puri as DCP Bhosle
  • Anjan Srivastav as the Judge
  • Anang Desai as Neha's Dad
  • Rajendranath Zutshi as Gajanan's son
  • Iravati Harshe as Gajanan's Daughter-in-law
  • Yatin Karyekar as Anuradha's son
  • Soundtrack

    Dil Kehta Hai Lyrics Shararat 2002 Full Song YouTube

    Music was composed by the famous duo Sajid-Wajid. It consists of 8 original songs.
    Track Listing:
    Dil Kehta Hai – Sonu Nigam
    Ek Ladki Mujhe – Sonu Nigam & Alka Yagnik
    Kuch Tum Kaho – Sonu Nigam
    Mehki Hawaon Mein – Sonu Nigam & Kay Kay
    Ye Main Kahan – Hariharan, Anupama & Sonu Nigam
    Mastana Albela – Hariharan
    Na Kisi Ki Aankh Ka – Talat Aziz
    Dil Kehta Hai – Instrumental

    References

    Shararat (2002 film) Wikipedia
    Shararat (2002 film) IMDb Shararat (2002 film) themoviedb.org


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