Bewafaa Trailer

Bewafaa Trailer (2005)

25 February 2005 Drama 149 mins

Anjali, living in Canada with her parents, hides her relationship to the musician Raja from her parents. When her sister dies during the birth of twins, she abandons her love, marries the widower Aditja and moves to New Delhi to become the new mother of her sister's children. Three years later, when Raja visits Delhi on his concert tour their love inflames again.

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Cast

Anil Kapoor

as Aditya Sahai

Kareena Kapoor

as Anjali Sahai

Sushmita Sen

as Aarti Sahai

Shamita Shetty

as Pallavi Arora

Manoj Bajpai

as Dil Arora

Kabir Bedi

as Anjali's Father

Nafisa Ali

as Anjali's Mother

Crew

W.B. Rao

W.B. Rao Director of Photography

International Releases Dates

India 25 February 2005

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