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Andaz Apna Apna  DVD -Watch Online/Download
Directed by :Rajkumar Santoshi
Starringalman Khan, Aamir Khan, Raveena Tandon, Karisma Kapoor, Paresh Rawal, Shakti Kapoor
Release date(s):April 11, 1994
Runtime : 2h.41m.11s
Amar (Aamir Khan) and Prem (Salman Khan) are two village ne'er-do-wells who dream of becoming rich without working for it -- by marrying a rich heiress, Raveena (Raveena Tandon). They meet on a bus and discover that they are both out to win the heiress. Each of them tries various ploys to eliminate his rival, all of which fail ludicrously. In the end, Amar and Prem agree to join forces, insinuate themselves into the heiress' household, and there compete for Raveena's love.
Amar starts annoying Raveena with rubbish. In the end, Raveena, quite fed up with him, hits him with a log of wood. Amar acts as if he is unconscious. He is taken into Raveena's mansion, where he is attended by Prem, pretending to be a doctor. After some skirmishing for Raveena's attention, Prem finds himself increasingly attracted to Karisma (Karisma Kapoor), Raveena's secretary. What Amar and Prem don't know is that Karisma is the real heiress. She switched places with her secretary in an attempt to find a man who would love her for herself, not for her money.
Amar and Prem then concoct an inane plot to win the confidence of the heiress's father by first kidnapping and then rescuing him. But they do not know that the father's evil twin has plans to kidnap him too, and start living as him. So both the evil twin and Amar & Prem send their men to kidnap him. But the evil twin's men take him by rendering the men sent by Amar & Prem unconscious. Amar & Prem then decide that they will really have to rescue him.
But to make things even worse (and funnier), the evil twin himself has an enemy, Crime Master Gogo (Shakti Kapoor), who then enters the plot. He takes everyone hostage, including Raveena, Karishma, their father and the evil twin. Amar Prem go to rescue them all. Comic hilarity ensues.
The film is also indirectly indicative of Indian Society of the time, with indirect references to unemployment (the lead characters leave home for riches), Indian obsession with everything 'foreign' and associating going abroad with becoming wealthy (the father of the rich heiress lives in London).
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