Aankhen (2002)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Drama, Comedy, Crime, Thriller
Critics Score
88%
Total Reviews: 8
User Score
0%
Total Votes: 0

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Review Summary: On the whole AANKHEN has a super cast a novel theme

Average Critic Rating: (3.69)
Cast: Amitabh Bachchan , Paresh Rawal , Arun Bakshi , Ajit Vachchani , Sushmita Sen , Akshay Kumar , Arjun Rampal , Aditya Pancholi , Kashmera Shah , Bipasha Basu , Daya Shanker Pandey , Paresh Ganatra , Depesh Shah , Malvika Singh , ashok banilla , Ravinder Chowdhury , Amit Thakur , Pradeep Tawla , Deepesh Shali , Arun Bali , Dharmendra Singh , Shreyas Talpade
Director: Vipul Shah
Release Date: 05 Apr 2002

Plot: Aankhen (English: The Eyes ) is a 1993 Bollywood comedy directed by David Dhawan and starring Govinda in a double role and Chunky Pandey. It is copied from hit Hindi movie Do Phool, starring Vinod Mehra and Mehmood, released in 1973. It was remade into Telugu as Pokiri Raja in Read more

Aankhen - Top Reviews

On the whole AANKHEN has a super cast a novel theme popular music and a grandiose look...
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
It's certainly no classic, yet the music of Aankhen is beaming with vivacity.
Sukanya Verma, Rediff 

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Aankhen - All Reviews

Aankhen, the blind man``s game, provides much-needed entertainment since Raaz.
Ad-Lib, SIFY
On the whole, the film stands to lose huge money for its distributors at the box-office
Smash Hits
Dharmendra, the ultimate macho man of Hindi film screen made his debut in 1960, in an Arjun Hingorani film called Dil Bhi Tera Hum Bhi Tere
Manisha Vardhan, MSN India
Just when you have given up on Hindi films after the last round of disastrous flicks like Kya Yehi Pyaar Hai, Durga and Vadh, there comes a film that restores your faith in Bollywood.
Priya Ganapati, Rediff 
Along side Company, Devdas, Shaheed and Kaante, Aankhen was undoubtedly one of this year’s most awaited flicks. The burden and anticipation increased after a barrage on disappointments thus far this year. The feeling is undoubtedly the same amongst audien
Akshay Shah, Planet Bollywood
Dharmendra, the ultimate macho man of Hindi film screen made his debut in 1960, in an Arjun Hingorani film called Dil Bhi Tera Hum Bhi Tere
Manisha Vardhan, MSN India