(2000 film)

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Not to be confused with Baaghi: A Rebel for Love or Baaghi (2016 film).
Baaghi
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Directed by Rajesh Kumar Singh
Produced by Ramesh J. Sharma
Written by Ikram Akhtar
Jalees Sherwani
Starring Sanjay Dutt
Manisha Koirala
Music by Sajid-Wajid
Cinematography Sanjay Malwankar
Edited by Kuldeep Mehan
Distributed by Triple Aar Films
Release dates
7 April 2000
Country India
Language Hindi

Baaghi (English: Rebel) is a Bollywood film starring Sanjay Dutt and Manisha Koirala in the lead roles and Aditya Pancholi in a negative role. The film is directed by Rajesh Kumaar Singh and was released on 7 April 2000.[1]

Plot[edit]

Professor Vidyashankar Pandey gets employed as a lecturer in a college and relocates to Bombay. His family, - his wife, and a young son, Surya, move to a chawl in South Bombay. Vidyashankar notices that the area and the community is being controlled by notorious gangster, Raja, and his men, and does not want this to impact upon his young son, and his wife. Unfortunately, Surya is impressed by Raja, and treats him like a hero. Once Surya saves his life, and on another occasion, refuses to identify Raja as the killer in a police line-up. Raja takes a liking to Surya and treats him like a close friend. Years go by, Surya has grown up, and despite his parents' objections still hangs around with Raja and his men. Then things take an unexpected turn, .

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Soundtrack[edit]

Track list[edit]

Song Singer(s)
"Ek Kabhi Do Kabhi" Kavita Krishnamurthi
"Khaai Hai Kasam" Kumar Sanu, Kavita Krishnamurthi
"Piya Tu Kahaan Hai" Shubha Mudgal
"Pyaar Pyaar" Abhijeet, Jaspinder Narula
"Sapne Mein Kudi" Abhijeet
"Tumhi Ko Chaahta Hai" Kumar Sanu, Kavita Krishnamurthy

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