Aankhen (1993) is a typical David Dhawan movie. This potboiler is very entertaining and certainly captures the interest of the movie goers. Chunkey and Govinda play double role in this movie. The supporting cast also contributed to the success of this rib-tickler. Kader Khan performed exceptionally well in the movie and won rare reviews from the critics as well as the movie buffs.
This fun filled movie has everything on offer for the movie goers. With good music to great comedy scenes, Aankhen (1993) is certainly worth watching. Aankhen (1993) is a remake of the Kannada movie Kittu Puttu.
The cast of the movie is as follows:
Chunky Pandey ... Munnu or Ranjeet
Govinda ... Bunnu or Gulshan
Raj Babbar ... Chief Minister or Sarang
Harish Patel ... Monto (Hired Principal or Hired Thief or Hired Father)
Shilpa Shirodkar ... Chandramukhi `Chanda`
Raageshwari ... Priya Mohan
Gavin Packard ... Tejeshwar`s Henchman
Mac Mohan ... Tejeshwar`s Henchman (Spy)
Ritu Shivpuri ... Ritu
Sadashiv Amrapurkar ... Insp. Pyare Mohan
Bindu ... Anuradha
Gulshan Grover ... Natwar Shah
Raza Murad ... D.C.P.
Sudhir ... Tejeshwar`s Henchman (Spy)
Tinnu Verma ... Tinu (as Tinu Verma)
Hasmukh Rai has two sons, Munnu and Bunnu. He is worried about them, who lie to him about their school and college grades as they are bad in studies and sports. Munnu and Bunnu fall in love with Priya (Rageshwari) and Ritu (Ritu Shivpuri) respectively. One of their practical jokes leads to the disappearance of Bunnu and it is presumed that he is dead. Munnu gets caught up in a conspiracy of swapping the State`s Chief Minister with a duplicate.
At this point of time, Bunnu`s identical cousin Gulshan comes to town. He is mistaken for Bunnu. All of these lead to a series of comic scenes. Not just hilarious, you will also find this movie thrilling.
One thing is for sure that the movie ensure full on entertainment and is indeed one of the best Bollywood comedy movies, which makes the movie goers reel with laughter.
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