Nayak: The Real Hero Trailer

Nayak: The Real Hero Trailer (2001)

07 September 2001 Drama, Action, Foreign 187 mins

TV reporter Shivajirao gets a chance to be the Chief Minister of Maharashtra for a day, after being challenged by incumbent Chief Minister Balraj Chauhan. After his successful one-day stint, he attempts to get back to his normal life, but it is not as easy as he thought it to be, with the lives of his near and dear ones now in danger on account of his honesty.

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Cast

Anil Kapoor

as Shivaji Rao

Rani Mukerji

as Manjari

Amrish Puri

as Balraj Chauhan (Chief Minister)

Paresh Rawal

as Bansal

Shivaji Satham

as Manjari's Father

Sushmita Sen

as (Special Appearance)

Pooja Batra

as Laila

Crew

S. Shankar

Director

K. V. Anand

K. V. Anand Cinematography

B. Lenin

B. Lenin Editor

A. R. Rahman

Original Music Composer

International Titles

Nayak (2001) Trailer

Nayak 2001 Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 07 September 2001

Production Companies

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