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Aatank Hi Aatank (1995)

Not Rated | | Action, Crime, Drama | 4 August 1995 (UK)
Chased out of their village, a poor farmer, his wife, son and daughter attempt to survive the harsh footpath life of Bombay, when a gangster asks him to work for him. Years later, the ... See full summary »


Dilip Shankar


Iqbal Durrani (dialogue), Dilip Shankar


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rajinikanth ... Munna (as Rajnikanth)
Aamir Khan ... Rohan
Juhi Chawla ... Neha
Archana Joglekar ... Razia
Kabir Bedi ... Police Inspector
Om Puri ... Sharad Joshi
Pooja Bedi ... Ganga
Ishrat Ali ... Shiv Charan Sharma
Dalip Tahil ... Robert / Anju's husband
Radha Seth Radha Seth ... Anju / Robert's wife
Suhas Joshi ... Mrs. Aslam Pathan (as Suhaas Joshi)
Rita Bhaduri ... Mrs. Shiv Charan Sharma
Raza Murad ... Aslam Pathan
Goga Kapoor ... Billa Singh Thakur
C.S. Dubey ... Durga Prasad Tiwari


Chased out of their village, a poor farmer, his wife, son and daughter attempt to survive the harsh footpath life of Bombay, when a gangster asks him to work for him. Years later, the farmer is a mafia-like godfather with a crime network of his own, and a host of hoodlums out to kill him. Movie also shows the loves and lives of his children, now married. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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4 August 1995 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Terror Rules Everywhere See more »

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Suyash Films See more »
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2.35 : 1
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Was originally launched in 1988 and supposedly was to release in 1989. See more »


Remake of The Godfather (1972) See more »

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Bollywood's take on the Corleone family
26 January 2007 | by jattunitSee all my reviews

Okay, the film failed at the box office but which Godfather remake has been successful? A great story like The Godfather hasn't found its takers in Bollywood but none of the remakes are bad (except for the semi-remake Dharmatma). After Zulm Ki Hukumat was released, it could have been that the director of AHA wanted to make his own version. Zulm Ki Hukumat being the best remake of Godfather ever, didn't find may takers at the box office.

AHA was stuck for years and people had already forgot about the film when it released. The film is not a complete clone of The Godfather, but yes, the first half is very similar adding Bollywood flavour to it. It wont be wrong to call it a 'desi adaption' where several subplots were added for the sake of masala. The direction is little tacky, which needed a little tiding up to do. The songs don't make much of an impact at all.

Aamir Khan does pretty well for himself as he didn't play an anti hero role before until it came to Earth and Fanaa. But the evil Aamir in the second half puts a smile on your face, his performance was wonderful. His wig and moustage do look silly. Rajnikant does okay. Juhi Chawla doesn't get much scope. Ishrat Ali is natural. And okay guest appearance by Om Puri and Kabir Bedi, who have just under 10 minutes of screen time but just add a little action

Overall, an okay adaption of Godfather. Considering the time it was made in and the several problems that occurred during its making.

3 out 5

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