Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani
Rival news-reporters, Ajay Bakshi (Shahrukh Khan), and Ria Bannerjee (Juhi Chawla) engage in a comic war to be the first to interview notorius M.K. Sharma (Bharat Kapoor), in which Ria succeeds. Then the two are thrust in a battle for their lives as they must decide whether to save an innocent terrorist (Paresh Rawal) from being hanged, or sacrifice their very lives themselves.
- Stars:Robbie Magasiva, Paolo Rotondo, Scott Wills, Simone Kessell, Anne Nordhaus, Kirk Torrance, John Leigh, Enrico Mammarella, Luanne Gordon, Matthew Chamberlain, James Coleman, Rhys Morgan, Victor Rodger, Haidar Ali, Mona Ambegaonkar, Suresh Bhagwat, Sheeba Chaddha, Juhi Chawla, Smita Jaykar, Dilip Joshi, Bharat Kapoor, Shakti Kapoor, Jaswir Kaur, Shah Rukh Khan, Nina Kulkarni, Johnny Lever, Chetan Motiwalla, Govind Namdeo,
- Director:Aziz Mirza,
- Writer:Sanjay Chhel (dialogue), Raaj Kumar Dahima, Manoj Lalwani
When a businessman is assassinated on election eve, the assassin, Mohan Joshi is arrested on the spot, but manages to escape days later during the media coverage. He is accused of terrorism... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani torrent reviews
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