Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo (2004)

 ●  Hindi ● 3 hrs 27 mins

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This patriotic saga revolves around the struggles and challenges in the lives of army officers and their families. Major General Amarjeet Singh (Amitabh Bachchan) is a dedicated officer for the Indian army. His son Lieutenant Commander Vikramjeet Singh (Bobby Deol) follows in his footsteps and joins the army. Amarjeet is extremely proud of Vikramjeet but tragedy strikes when Vikramjeet is killed in action. Many years pass, Vikramjeet's son Captain Kunal Singh (Bobby Deol) joins the army but has no intentions of remaining there. He instead plans to leave, settle abroad and earn lots of money. Amarjeet is disappointed with Kunal as he hopes his grandson would do something to honour his deceased father. One fine day, Kunal comes across a desert party and sees Shweta Bhansali (Divya Khosla). It is love at first sight for him but she totally ignores him and does everything to avoid him. However she is doing this for a reason – she was once married. Shweta fell in love and married Major Rajeev Singh (Akshay Kumar), unfortunately he was deployed for action on his wedding day and he had to leave his newly wed bride. That was the last time she saw him. Rajeev has in fact been captured by Pakistani officers, when he refuses to give info on a military operation he is tortured. Will circumstances emerge for Rajeev and other POW's to escape?
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Cast: Akshay Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan, Divya Khosla

Crew: Anil Sharma (Director), Kabir Lal (Director of Photography), Anu Malik (Music Director)

Rating: U (India)

Genres: Action, Drama, Romance, War

Release Dates: 24 Dec 2004 (India)

Tagline: An unusual journey of love.

Hindi Name: अब तुम्हारे हवाले वतन साथियो

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Did you know? Akshay Kumar asked director Anil Sharma to give a disabled fan of his a role in the movie. The fan, Puran Chauhan, who lost his leg in a roadside accident at the age of five, was given a small part. Read More
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as Major Rajeev Singh
as Major General Amarjeet Singh
as Shweta Bhansali
as Trilok's wife
as Narrator
as Dancer / singer
as Terrorist
as Sikandar Khan
as Captain Kunaljit Singh / Lieutenant Commander Vikramjeet Singh
as Colonel Ashfaque Khan / Captain K.K. Madan
as Maqsood Bhat
as Captain Trilok Singh
as Aarti V. Singh
as Crippled man
Supporting Actor
as Dr. Sakshi
Supporting Actor
as Subedar Abdul
as Captain Sirohi

Direction

Director
Second Assistant Director

Production

Production Company
Production Manager

Writers

Screenplay Writer
Story Writer
Dialogue Writer

Camera and Electrical

Director of Photography
Assistant Cameraman
Focus Puller

Choreography

Choreographer

Editorial

Editor
Assistant Editor

Marketing and Public Relations

Public Relations Officer

Stunts

Stunt Director

Visual Effects

Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Producer
Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Hindi
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Tracklist
Music Label: T-Series
01 
06:05
Music Director: Anu Malik
Lyricist: Sameer Pandey
Playback Singer: Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik
02 
04:39
Music Director: Anu Malik
Lyricist: Sameer Pandey
Playback Singer: Sonu Kumar Nigam
03 
06:07
04 
05:33
06 
06:49
07 
08:05
Music Director: Anu Malik
Lyricist: Sameer Pandey
08 
07:09
Music Director: Anu Malik
Lyricist: Sameer Pandey
Playback Singer: Alka Yagnik, Sonu Kumar Nigam
Taglines:
An unusual journey of love.
Trivia:
Veteran actor Amrish Puri made a cameo appearance in the movie as the Narrator.

Akshay Kumar asked director Anil Sharma to give a disabled fan of his a role in the movie. The fan, Puran Chauhan, who lost his leg in a roadside accident at the age of five, was given a small part.

This marks the debut of Anil Sharma's younger brother Kapil Sharma.

Akshay Kumar was ready to opt out of the film if he had to mouth anti-Pakistani lines - he didn't want to hurt the feelings of his Pakistani fans. He rejoined the cast when his lines were rewritten.

Five ships were used for the starting scene and sailed from Vishakapatnam, with shooting happening as far as 200 km from land. Quite a few of the crew were noted to have gotten sea sick.

The scene where sea water gushes into the ship after being torpedoed, was shot inside the Indian Navy's "Damage Control Simulator" at the land base INS Shivaji.

Nagma's screen name is never mentioned throughout the whole film.