Andaz Apna Apna (1994)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 40 mins

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'Andaz Apna Apna' is a refreshingly funny and satirical take on modern materialistic society, blended together with fantastic music and wonderful acting. Murli Manohar is a barber in a small town in India. He would like his son, Amar, to take over his business. But Amar is a slacker and a day-dreamer, who dreams of making it big in Bollywood movies and getting rich quick. When Amar finds out that a rich heiress, Raveena, is looking for a groom to marry, he decides to go and try his luck. On the way there, he meets with another slacker by the name of Prem, who is the son of a tailor named Bankeylal Bhopali. Prem is also on his way to meet Raveena and attempt to convince her to marry him. When both find out that they are after the same woman, they decide to outdo each other to win over Raveena's affections. Unsure of whom she is going to marry and wishing to find true love without the temptation of her wealth, Raveena asks her secretary, Karisma, to pose has herself, while she assumes her name. Who will win the heart of the heiress? Will the advent of true love inspire the con-men to mend their ways and fulfill their true potential as human beings?
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Cast: Aamir Khan, Karisma Kapoor, Raveena Tandon, Salman Khan

Crew: Rajkumar Santoshi (Director), Ishwar Bidri (Director of Photography), Tushar Bhatia (Music Director)

Rating: U (India)

Genres: Comedy

Release Dates: 11 Apr 1994 (India)

Hindi Name: अंदाज़ अपना अपना

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Did you know? When Aamir Khan and "Salman Khan" were approached to sign the contract for the movie each of them wanted more screen time than the other, but finally settled on being onscreen for the same amout of time. Read More
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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Hindi
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24 fps
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2.35 : 1
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Music Label: Tips Music
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Music Director: Tushar Bhatia
Playback Singer: Mangal Singh
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Music Director: Tushar Bhatia
Playback Singer: Tushar Bhatia
Goofs:
Audio/Video Mismatch
During the scene where Salman and Aamir meet in the lodge, after Aamir gets released from jail, Aamir asks Salman how he is. Salman replies "Tip Top" but the visual looks like he doesn't say anything at all.

Continuity
In the climax when Aamir tells Crime master Gogo more about his childhood expression, Gogo in a long shot holding a gun on his right hand happily shouts to everyone about what others were thinking about him. A close-up is followed afterwards and it is visibly clear that Gogo is holding the same gun on his left hand without revealing why and how.

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Salman Khan's hairstyle keeps changing throughout the film as it was in making for 3 years, In many scenes he has long hair of Saajan Days while in some scenes he has the short hair he had during HAHK days

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In the scene where Anand Akela shows Prem his token for the interview, Prem places it on the table. All three characters are shown to move away at the end of the scene, but Anand doesn't pick his token back. He reveals much later that he has given up hope of marriage to Raveena, but its only after their attempt to foil the plans of other hopefuls.
Trivia:
Crime Master Gogo was supposed to be played by Tinnu Anand. Apparently he was the one who came up with the dialogue “Aankhen nikaal kar gotiyan khelunga”, but eventually could not perform the role due to date clashes.

The confusion of names with reference to real names of Raveena Tandon and Karisma Kapoor was a crackling idea that was actually the prompted by a mistake made by an assistant director. One day, out of confusion, he called Raveena, Karisma and vice versa, and the creators thought this had the sense of instant humour and incorporated it immediately.

Dileep Shukla, the dialogue writer of this movie confessed that it did not have any bound script, that it was a combination of magical improvisation and brilliant spontaneity that grew out of an idea that director Rajkumar Santoshi and he had. When Santoshi shared it with Aamir (Khan) and Salman (Khan) they were both supremely impressed and immediately got on board, and the movie simply evolved from there.

It's brilliant characterisation, universally identifiable dialogues, and melodious music are some of the reasons "Fukrey" director Mrighdeep Singh Lamba considers to be highlights of the movie. Professing his ardent love for this classic tale he admitted that this remains one of the few absolutely crazy film rides he has ever taken in mainstream Bollywood.

This evergreen comedy celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2014 with much vigour and aplomb, clearly signifying its universal appeal and longevity amongst audiences. In addition, a tribute was made by several outstanding filmmakers of Indian cinema who were deeply influenced by this movie.

This film was in the making for 3 years.

When Salman Khan is asked whether he has seen the movie Sholay (1975), he says "Haan, dus baar (yes, ten times)", Amir Khan jokingly says "Iske baap ne likhi hai" (his father has written it). This is true. Salman Khan's father Salim Khan was one the co-writers of the 1975 block buster Sholay.

It is not the first time that actor Jagdeep has played the role of a "Bhopali". He has done it "Sholay" (1975) and in "Soorma Bhopali"

This movie performed poorly at the box office upon its release but since then has gathered a cult following.

The production of this movie was discussed in a conversation between Aamir Khan and Rishi Kapoor in the movie Damini which was released in the year 1993.

When Aamir Khan and "Salman Khan" were approached to sign the contract for the movie each of them wanted more screen time than the other, but finally settled on being onscreen for the same amout of time.

'Mehmood''s character owns a film studio called "Wah Wah Productions". This is a reference to Mehmood's earlier film _Pyaar Kiye Jaa (1966)_ where he plays a person who has his own film productions also called "Wah Wah Productions".

Actor "Shehzad" paid a unique tribute to his father Ajit, a legendary villain, by adopting his mannerisms and voice for the negative character played in this movie.

The whole part towards the end where Aamir Khan compliments Shakti Kapoor, is a reference and tribute to the film Sholay.

Shakti Kapoor's character, Crime Master Gogo, is supposedly the nephew of Mogambo, the villian immortalised by Amrish Puri in Mr. India. The movie also makes references to the famous line "Mogambo Khush Hua" (Mogambo is pleased) during the many confrontations between Bhalla and Robert and Crime Master Gogo. Crime Master Gogo continually steals something from the two hired goons, as it is "the family business". On his departure, he starts the phrase by saying "Gogo..." while Robert finishes the sentence "Khush Huagi" (Gogo... Khush Huagi = Gogo will be happy)