One 2 Ka 4
One 2 Ka 4 (One times 2 is 4) is a 2001 Indian action crime film directed by Shashilal K. Nair. The film stars Shah Rukh Khan, Juhi Chawla and Jackie Shroff. The score and soundtrack were composed by A.R.Rahman. This film is now owned by Shah Rukh Khan's Red Chillies Entertainment. The movie had few plot points inspired by the 1991 movie One Good Cop.
|One 2 Ka 4|
|Directed by||Shashilal K. Nair|
|Produced by||Nazir Ahmed|
|Written by||Sanjay Chhel|
Raaj Kumar Dahima
|Starring||Shah Rukh Khan|
|Music by||A. R. Rahman|
|Edited by||Hussain Burmawala|
|Distributed by||Dreamz Unlimited|
|Budget||₹12 crore (equivalent to ₹37 crore or US$5.4 million in 2018)|
|Box office||₹13.82 crore (equivalent to ₹43 crore or US$6.2 million in 2018)|
Javed is a widower who is bringing up his 4 children with a lot of love and effort while Arun is his carefree, hotheaded, trigger-happy albeit well-meaning subordinate and brother-like friend.
In a routine raid and bust operation, Javed and Arun lay their hands on the notorious drug lord, KKV (Nirmal Pandey) with the help of Corrupt Inspector Sawant (Raj Zutshi). Later in court, KKV walks away using his powerful connections.
While on a subsequent drug raid, Javed is shot down by an unknown assailant - shortly after revealed to possibly be a rogue officer within the Special Forces department. According to the killer's hairstyle, it's obvious that the killer's actually Sawant. Arun's devastated and realizes that Javed left his four kids behind in his care in his will.
The kids, though, all dislike him at first but then grow to like him a lot. Arun then meets a housekeeper Geeta (Juhi Chawla) who develops a close relationship with the kids on account of also having had a close almost brother-sister like personal rapport with Javed when he was alive.
Meanwhile, Arun continues the case to hunt down the killer who took his best friends life along with Sawant. Things take a dramatic turn when Arun sees a girl resembling Geeta dancing in a nightclub with the prime suspect in Javed's murder. At first unable to come to terms with what he has stumbled on. He loses his temper at the children and creates a furore.
A few days later, it is revealed Geeta was an undercover agent for the secret police, who testifies against Arun in court and makes the judge believe he is a drug dealer. Geeta gets him suspended. With no hope left, Arun uses his own skills to find Javed's murderer. Arun realizes that JD's corrupted. When Arun goes to JD's residence, JD was already murdered. KKV, Chief, & JD are partners in crime. KKV kills the Chief. The police destroy KKV's henchmen. KKV's about to reveal that Javed's killer's name, but Sawant shoots KKV & Sawant lies to Arun that KKV killed Javed. Arun, Geeta, & Javed's kids mistakenly believe that KKV killed Javed. KKV reveals that Sawant killed Javed. Sawant finally kills KKV. Sawant also killed JD. Sawant killed Javed, so he could take his post as Senior Task Force officer. Sawant shoots Arun, but Arun's still alive. Javed's children manage to pull a rope, so a hard object can fall onto Sawant's head & Arun manages to beat up Sawant in a funny way. Arun kills Sawant. The film ends with Arun and Geeta together looking after Javed's children.
- Shahrukh Khan as Arun Verma
- Juhi Chawla as Geeta Choudhary
- Jackie Shroff as Javed Abbas
- Nirmal Pandey as Krishan Kant Virmani (KKV)
- Dilip Joshi as Champak
- Raj Zutshi as Corrupt Inspector Sawant
- Akash Khurana as Commissioner
- Keith Stevenson as Chief
- Sahila Chadda as Bipasha
- Suresh Chatwal as Inspector Rajendra
- Madhur Mittal
- Fatima Sana Shaikh
- M. Rehman Naushad Ali as Broker
|One 2 Ka 4|
|Soundtrack album by|
|Recorded||Panchathan Record Inn|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
|Label||Sa Re Ga Ma|
|1||"Allay Allay"||Shaan, Sukhwinder Singh, Srinivas||Majrooh Sultanpuri||05:58|
|2||"Haye Dil Ki Bazi Laga"||Alka Yagnik, Sonu Nigam||Mehboob||04:29|
|3||"I Am Sorry"||Udit Narayan, Shaan, Srinivas & Kavita Paudwal||Majrooh Sultanpuri||05:31|
|4||"Khamoshiyan Gungunane Lagi (Part I)"||Lata Mangeshkar, Sonu Nigam||Mehboob||05:27|
|5||"Khamoshiyan Gungunane Lagi (Part II)"||Lata Mangeshkar, Sonu Nigam||Mehboob||05:20|
|6||"One Two Ka Four"||Clinton Cerejo||Majrooh Sultanpuri||03:29|
|7||"Osaka Muraiya"||Rageshwari, Sonu Nigam||Majrooh Sultanpuri||05:44|
|8||"Sona Nahin Na Sahi"||Alka Yagnik, Udit Narayan||Majrooh Sultanpuri||06:15|
One 2 Ka 4 grossed ₹11.20 crore (US$1.6 million) in India and $565,000 (₹2.62 crore) in other countries, for a worldwide total of ₹13.82 crore (US$2.0 million), against its ₹12 crore (US$1.7 million) budget. It had a worldwide opening weekend of ₹4.89 crore (US$710,000), and grossed ₹8.01 crore (US$1.2 million) in its first week. It is the 21st-highest-grossing film of 2001 worldwide.
It opened on Friday, 30 March 2001, across 260 screens, and earned ₹77 lakh (US$110,000) nett on its opening day. It grossed ₹2.14 crore (US$310,000) nett in its opening weekend, and had a first week of ₹3.71 crore (US$540,000) nett. The film earned a total of ₹6.63 crore (US$960,000) nett, and was declared "Below Average" by Box Office India. It is the 20th-highest-grossing film of 2001 in India.
It had an opening weekend of $275,000 (₹1.27 crore) and went on to gross $375,000 (₹1.74 crore) in its first week. The film earned a total of $565,000 (₹2.62 crore) at the end of its theatrical run. Overseas, It is the 12th-highest-grossing film of 2001.
|Territory||Territory wise Collections break-up|
₹6.63 crore (US$960,000)
₹3.35 crore (US$480,000)
₹11.20 crore (US$1.6 million)
|$565,000 (₹2.62 crore)|
|Worldwide||₹13.82 crore (US$2.0 million)|
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- "One 2 Ka 4 Box office". Box Office India. 22 July 2015. Retrieved 22 July 2015.
- "Red Chillies Entertainments". www.redchillies.com. Retrieved 30 September 2016.
- "Top Worldwide Grossers 2001". Box Office India. 22 July 2015. Retrieved 22 July 2015.
- "Top India Total Nett Gross 2001". Box Office India. 22 July 2015. Retrieved 22 July 2015.
- "Top Overseas Gross 2001". Box Office India. 22 July 2015. Retrieved 22 July 2015.