Footpath (2003 film)

Footpath is a 2003 Indian Hindi-language crime thriller film directed by Vikram Bhatt, starring Aftab Shivdasani, Bipasha Basu and Rahul Dev along with Emraan Hashmi who made his debut film as the lead.[1] The film was a remake of Mahesh Bhatt's film Angaarey, which too was based on the same American film State of Grace. The film marked Hashmi's first Hindi language film.

The DVD cover is slit in two halves vertically. The left half features a close-up view of Bipasha Basu and she is looking towards the viewer. The right half is again split in two halves horizontally: the top half features face of Emraan Hashmi with his left hand close to his chin and the bottom half features Emraan Hashmi, Rahul Dev and Aftav Shivdasani. Emraan is looking at Rahul, Rahul is looking towards the viewer and Aftab's face is towards the viewer but his eyes are shifted towards left watching something else.
DVD cover
Directed byVikram Bhatt
Written by
Based onAngaarey (1998)
Produced by
CinematographyPravin Bhatt
Edited byAkiv Ali
Music by
Distributed byTips Industries
Disney India Studios
Release date
  • 15 August 2003 (2003-08-15)
Running time
160 minutes
Budget55 million
Box office63.7 million


Arjun Singh and the Srivastav brothers, Raghu and Shekhar, are neighbors in a gangster-prone area in Mumbai. When Arjun's union leader father is killed, the brothers urge him to avenge his death. They get a sword and find the killers and kill them. Arjun is the prime suspect in this homicide and the brothers get him to run to Delhi, where he begins a new life as a Real Estate Agent, Mohan Kumar Sharma. Years later, Arjun returns to Mumbai and is welcomed with open arms by Raghu and Shekhar, who are now leading gangsters in their own right. Arjun also renews his romance with the estranged Srivastavs' sister, Sanjana. Sanjana would like Arjun and her brothers to go straight, and Arjun agrees with her and he starts to work on Raghu - the more flexible of the two - and partially succeeds - especially since Raghu is romantically involved with a school-teacher, who will have nothing to do with him unless he gives up all criminal activity. Raghu is seriously considering going straight when Shekhar gives him the devastating news, that Arjun is not who he claims to be - but a plainclothes police officer, who is out to get them by hook or by crook.



Soundtrack album by
GenreFilm soundtrack
Nadeem-Shravan chronology
Zinda Dil
Himesh Reshammiya chronology
Chura Liyaa Hai Tumne
Tere Naam

The film's music was composed by Nadeem-Shravan and one song "Soorat Pe Teri Pyar Aave" composed by Himesh Reshammiya, while lyrics were penned by Sameer. The song "Chain Aapko Mila" also featured in Priyadarshan's Hungama, with Shaan and Sadhana Sargam as vocalists.

1."Chain Aapko Mila"S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Asha Bhosle6:28
2."Dil To Milte Hain"Alka Yagnik4:58
3."Dost Miltey Hai"Kumar Sanu4:57
4."Kitna Pyara Pyara Hai Sama"Abhijeet, Alka Yagnik4:44
5."Saari Raat Teri Yaad"Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik4:38
6."Soorat Pe Teri Pyar Aave (composed by Himesh Reshammiya)"Hema Sardesai, K.K. & Jayesh Gandhi5:02
7."Zara Dekh Mera Deewanapan"Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik4:46


  1. ^ "Indian Actor Emran Hashmi - Film Star Emraan Hashmi - Imran Hashmi Profile - Imran Hasmi Biography".

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