Aashiqui Trailer

Aashiqui Trailer (1990)

23 July 1990 Drama, Romance, Foreign 152 mins

Rahul and Anu Verghese meet on the same day, while both are held by the police on charges of creating a disturbance, and running away respectively. They meet again, and love happens. Rahul helps Anu to be independent, and seek a job. Then Anu is discovered by a talent agent to be a model, which she accepts. Rahul wants to marry Anu, but first must establish himself.

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Rahul Roy

as Rahul

Anu Agrawal

as Anu Verghese


International Releases Dates

United States 23 July 1990

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