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Chhote Sarkar (1996 film)

Chhote Sarkar (translation: Small Government) is a 1996 Bollywood romantic drama film directed by Vimal Kumar and written by S. Khan & Javed. The film starred Govinda and Shilpa Shetty.

Chhote Sarkar
Chhote Sarkar Movie Poster.jpg
Promotional Poster
Directed byVimal Kumar
Produced byVimal Kumar
Written byNaeem-Ejaz (dialogues)
Story byS. Khan
StarringGovinda
Shilpa Shetty
Music byAnand-Milind
CinematographyAnil Dhanda
Edited byPrakash Dave
Production
company
Shivam Chitrya
Release date
22 November 1996
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

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PlotEdit

Amar Saxena (Govinda) is a businessman, and the Managing Director of prestigious Khaitan Fans Ltd., India. One day while leaving from a board meeting, he meets a beggar named Jagmohan, who calls him Rohit, and asks him to return home to his ill wife, Seema. Amar denies being Rohit, but feels sorry for him and gives him some money, which Jagmohan declines to accept. Curious at his refusal, Amar offers to help. He visits the hospital and gets to meet Seema, and ends up falling in love with her. What he does not know that Jagmohan and Seema are plainclothes police officers, who have been assigned to arrest him for the murder of Ram Kumar Saxena, Amar's uncle. Using his wits, Amar manages to convince the court that he is of unsound mind, and thus escapes being imprisoned, and ends up in an asylum. From here, Amar must figure out who has framed him for a murder he did not commit, and why Seema and Jagmohan were so intent to incriminate him.

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SongsEdit

  1. "Ek Chummea Tu Mujko Udhar Dede Or Badle Me" - Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik
  2. "Socho Na Zara Yeh Socho Na Bolo Na Sanam" - Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik
  3. "Ek Naya Asmaan Aa Gaye Do Dil Jahan" - Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik
  4. "Mujhe Dil Ka Rog Laga Ke Tan Man Ke Taar Hilake" - Alka Yagnik
  5. "Mai Aaya Hu Jaha Se Vo Bada Uccha Gharana Hai" - Bali Brahmabhatt
  6. "Ladki Patale Bahuva Kahi Mauka" - Vinod Rathod, Alka Yagnik

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