Anari No. 1
Mistaken identity leads to laughs in this comedy starring Govinda as a hotel waiter named Raja who sets out to find a rich woman to marry. Sapna (Raveena Tandon) catches his eye, but she believes Raja is Rahul Saxena (also Govinda), a suave playboy and Raja's spitting image. When the error is revealed, she conspires with Raja and a friend to kidnap the real Rahul and send Raja to take his place. Simran and Arunai Irani co-star.
- Stars:Govinda, Raveena Tandon, Simran, Aruna Irani, Kader Khan, Satish Shah, Satyendra Kapoor, Himani Shivpuri, Prem Chopra, Master Frank Anthony, Ghanshyam Rohera, Raj Ahuja, Sayed Sajid, Shaukat Hussain, Shatru,
- Director:Sandesh Kohli,
- Writer:Kader Khan (dialogue), Sandesh Kohli
Naive Raja is employed as a lowly waiter in a hotel. One day he serves and looks after a wealthy businessman K.K., who lends him a suit, and gives him some money, so that he could find a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Anari No. 1 torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Craaazy ass stuntman is all I say.....
(nl) wrote: Aneurin Barnard was a pleasure to listen to and to watch. Wow! Beautiful voice and he really nailed the range of awkward to shy to angry and through all of those again. The film's virtues include not being just another Glee or High School Musical but evokes realism in a way that makes me wonder about the reviewers I have seen who are too slick and cynical to see that it works in a different way.
(de) wrote: I recall this one being incredibly unfunny, stupid, and cliched.
(ca) wrote: really good surfing movie
(fr) wrote: The first British New Wave film, the story was a mixture of surprises and predictable plot. Laurence Harvey's 'Northern' accent was awful and my broadband can't cope with films being streamed, but apart from that I enjoyed this film.
(fr) wrote: A sweet feel-good movie, with loveable characters, and a few laughs sprinkled throughout.
(kr) wrote: Nicholas Parks's novel is adapted into the most cliche romantic drama yet. The cast didn't do the characters justice and it was all so cheesy from start to finish.