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? Both Raveena Tandon and Karishma Kapoor's characters share their real names. Read More
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Feature
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Hindi
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2.35:1
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Movie Connection(s):
Referenced in: Phata Poster Nikala Hero (Hindi)
Spoofs: Darr (Hindi)
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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:
Aamir Khan said in an interview that he was very unhappy with Salman Khan during the making of the film because he kept arriving late to the set. Aamir decided to never work with Salman again. Ironically, the two ended up becoming best friends.

Both Raveena Tandon and Karishma Kapoor's characters share their real names.

Shehzad pays a unique tribute to his father Ajit, a legendary villain, by adopting his mannerisms and voice for the negative character played in the film.

Despite performing poorly at the box office, the film has since then has gathered a cult following.

None of the film's stars were on talking terms during the making of the film.

The film includes numerous references to the classic movie Sholay (1975).