Inteha (2003 film)
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Inteha (English: Limit) is a 2003 Indian Hindi-language action thriller film released on 24 October 2003. It was produced by Mukesh Bhatt and directed by Vikram Bhatt, and stars Ashmit Patel and Vidya Malvade in their film debut along with Nauheed Cyrusi in the lead roles. It was inspired by the Hollywood film Fear. 3 months after the release of this movie, another movie directed by Vikram Bhatt titled Aetbaar was released and that too was based on the Hollywood film Fear .
|Directed by||Vikram Bhatt|
|Produced by||Mukesh Bhatt|
|Written by||Mahesh Bhatt|
|Music by||Anu Malik|
|24 October 2003|
|Language||Hindi / Urdu|
Nandini and Tina are stepsisters and after their father's death, Nandini takes care of Tina as her daughter, but Tina detests her and falls in love with Ranbir, a charming but an enigmatic stranger. Nandini is wary initially and warns Ranbir to stay away. Her curiosity mounting, Nandini starts making inquiries and Ranbir in the meantime senses trouble. The deeper she delves into his past more she is troubled. Will she be in time to save her sister's life?
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|Anu Malik chronology|
The soundtrack of Inteha was composed by Anu Malik. Lyrics were written by Rahat Indori, Praveen Bhardwaj and Dev Kohli. Though Shreya Ghoshal was credited in the track "Ab Humse Akele Raha Jaaye Na", the female vocals for the song have originally been given by Alka Yagnik. "Dhalne Lagi Hai Raat", sung by Sonu Nigam was received positively.
|1||"Humsafar Chahiye"||Udit Narayan and Alka Yagnik||Rahat Indori||7:47|
|2||"Yun Hi Dil Ko Agar"||Shaan and Shreya Ghoshal||Rahat Indori||7:34|
|3||"Dhalne Lagi Hai Raat" (Duet)||Sonu Nigam and Shreya Ghoshal||Rahat Indori||6:47|
|4||"Dhalne Lagi Hai Raat" (Sad Version)||Sonu Nigam||Rahat Indori||2:16|
|5||"Ab Humse Akele Raha Jaaye"||Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik||Praveen Bhardwaj||8:09|
|6||"Deewana Dil"||Shreya Ghoshal||Dev Kohli||7:41|
|7||"Dhalne Lagi Hai Raat"||Sonu Nigam||Rahat Indori||4:54|
In popular cultureEdit
- A sequence from the song "Humsafar Chahiye", where Nauheed Cyrusi dials the landline of the house and Vidya Malvade replies by saying "Hello" and she repeatedly says "Hello", has been incorporated into a very popular ringtone. This was also used as the ringtone of Tusshar Kapoor's character's cell phone in the 2012 film Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum.
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