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Vaada






Vaada

Category: 20
All Genres: Romance, Mystery, Drama, Thriller
Release Year: 2005
Country: India
Runtime: 135
Rating: (0)
Languages: Hindi
Director: Satish Kaushik
Sound: Mono
Taglines:

  • A promise is for ever… but this January promises are made to be broken…
  • Nothing is what it seems

  • Writing by: Rumi Jaffery – writer

    Produced by: Vashu Bhagnani – co-producer
    Pooja Bhatt – co-producer

    Cast: Arjun Rampal – Rahul Verma
    Zayed Khan – Karan
    Amisha Patel – Pooja Sharma / Pooja R. Verma
    Alok Nath – Mr. Sharma
    Rakesh Bedi – Advocate Saxena
    Veerendra Saxena – Alex
    Sarfaraz Khan
    Shashi Kiran
    Achyut Potdar
    Anil Saxena
    Kuldeep Sharma

    Music: Salim Merchant Himesh Reshammiya
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    Plot Outline: A blind husband. An obsessed lover. And the missing body of a murdered wife…?
    Plot: Rahul and Puja are married and totally devoted to each other. One day they meet with a terrible accident and Rahul loses his eyesight. On a business trip abroad Rahul meets a friend Karan. Impressed by his dynamism and business acumen, Rahul asks him to join his business. They return to India and Puja is stunned to see her husband with her friend Karan. Rahul's love for Puja is blind and unquestioning. Karan's love for Puja is obsessive and uncontrollable. Puja is trapped between a blind husband and a sighted lover.

    Movie Quotes: Jon Heidenreich: Snitsky!
    Gene Snitsky: Heidenreich!
    Jon Heidenreich: I don't like coffins!
    Gene Snitsky: Neither do I! But I like you John!
    Jon Heidenreich: And I like you Gene!
    Jon Heidenreich: But I still don't like coffins!


    Crazy Credits: We know about 3 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    Stylized artwork, similar to the opening credits, plays during the entire end credit sequence.

    Goofs: We know about 1 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Factual errors: In the beginning of the film, when Miss Marple is ready to go to church, you can see a calendar on the table showing August 1951. On the calendar, the month begins with a Tuesday. In fact, the 1st of August 1951 was a Wednesday.

    Trivia: There are 2 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Included in Warner Home Video's 2006 6-disc DVD release “The Busby Berkeley Collection”.
    • Robert Cummings first movie.


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