7 Greatest Films of Kader Khan

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Baap Numbri Beta Dus Numbri (1990) - Prime Video

"Baap Numbri Beta Dus Numbri" is pure entertainment, powered by the comedic genius of Kader Khan and Shakti Kapoor. Their zany cons, outrageous situations, and a sprinkle of romance make for a laugh-a-minute ride.

Judwaa (1997) - Youtube

A laugh riot ensues in Judwaa (1997) as identical twins, separated at birth, lead hilarious lives of mistaken identity. Packed with slapstick, witty dialogue, and heartwarming family moments, the film is a laugh-a-minute ride thanks to Kader Khan's performance.

Hero No. 1 (1997) - Hotstar

the Protagonist Rajesh Malhotra (Govinda) manages to run away from his strict father (Kader Khan) and crosses paths with the lovely Meena (Karishma Kapoor). They fall in love and plan to get married, but her parents disapprove.

Rajaji (1999) - Prime Video

Mistaken identity fuels love and greed in this comedic tale. Slacker Raja abandons his wife thinking she's poor, only to regret it when lottery luck turns her rich. leaving Raja scrambling to win back the woman he underestimated.

Sooryavansham (1999) - Youtube

Sooryavansham explores a strained father-son relationship where the strict patriarch disowns his illiterate son. Despite hardship, the son perseveres, proving his worth and ultimately bridging the gap.

Haseena Maan Jaayegi (1999)- ZEE5

Separated brothers, one serious (Sanjay Dutt), one goofy (Govinda), reunite and compete to woo their dream girls in fun-filled chaos. While Govinda shines with his comedic brilliance, the plot can feel uneven, and the climax lacks punch.

Waah! Tera Kya Kehna (2002) - Prime Video

"Waah! Tera Kya Kehna" entertains with Govinda's antics and Kader Khan's humor, but the doppelganger-amnesia plot is convoluted and shallow. Catchy tunes and family themes might entice some, but critics found it messy and lacking substance.

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