Waqt Hamara Hai Trailer

Waqt Hamara Hai Trailer (1993)

22 June 1993 148 mins

One-time rival collegians, Vikas Sabkuchwala and Sunil, are now friends and in love with sisters Ayesha and Mamta Vidrohi, who they would like to marry. But their politician father wants a size-able dowry as well as well-placed sons-in-laws, and refuses to have to do anything with them. The foursome get together and arrange the fake kidnapping of the sisters so as to extort a large sum of money from Vidrohi. Things go completely out of control and awry, when Vikas and Sunil find out that the kidnapping has taken place - not by them - but by notorious international terrorist and seemingly invincible Colonel Chikara.

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Cast

Akshay Kumar

as Vikas Kumar Sabkuchwala

Sunil Shetty

as Sunil Choudhary / Shahenshah

Ayesha Jhulka

as Ayesha Vidrohi

Mamta Kulkarni

as Mamta Vidrohi

International Releases Dates

India 22 June 1993

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