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Khamoshh... Khauff Ki Raat (2005)

While travelling on a rainy night with his boss, an arrogant actress, Avinash's car ends up hitting a woman. Soon they all get stranded in a motel with a few more people. One of them is a killer.

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Deepak Tijori

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Shilpa Shetty Kundra ... Sonia (as Shilpa Shetty)
Juhi Chawla ... Dr. Saksi Sagar
Shawar Ali Shawar Ali ... Senior Inspector Jatin (as Shahwar Ali)
Rajiv Singh Rajiv Singh ... Avinash
Kelly Dorji Kelly Dorji ... Convict
Rajat Bedi ... Varun
Kainaaz Pervees Kainaaz Pervees ... Mahek (as Kanaaz Pervees)
Rakhi Sawant ... Kashmira
Vrajesh Hirjee ... Adi
Makrand Deshpande ... Manas Dutta
Vishwajeet Pradhan ... Sukhvinder
Gargi Patel ... Mitali
Master Pushpendra Master Pushpendra ... Mitalis
Avtar Gill ... Justice D S Singh (as Avtaar Go;)
Adi Irani ... Shekhar Menon
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Haughty and arrogant Kashmira, a Bollywood movie actress, travels with her Secretary/Chauffeur, Avinash, through the Indian countryside on a night of heavy rains. Also traveling in the same area is a prostitute by the name of Sonia, who carelessly stops her car in the middle of the road, dropping a knife and a fork. The fork punctures the tire of another passing vehicle consisting of Sukhwinder, his wife, Mitali, and son. When Sukhwinder attempts to fix the tire, Avinash's car comes roaring by, hits Mitali, almost killing her. Avinash stops the car, gets Sukhwinder and his family in with a protesting Kashmira and stops at a motel for help. Once inside, they find out that there is only the Manager, Adi, and no one else, and due to the rains there is no working telephone, Avinash must now drive 20 km to reach a hospital to get help. He picks up Sonia, who car has stalled, and together they make their way to the hospital only to find that they cannot proceed any further due to floods. To... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Mystery | Thriller

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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

15 April 2005 (India) See more »

Filming Locations:

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

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Tijori Films See more »
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Not Identity
24 December 2007 | by uncle_g1234See all my reviews

Whoever said this was the same as Identity must have slept through Identity. All the characters in Identity are a figment in the crazed mind of the one real character. Khamosh Kauff Ki Raat is NOT like that. If anything, its less far out. I don't know that this is the best movie that any of these actors made, but I think that can be established without dragging out that tired weary criticism of metooism. I think the main thing to do is compare it to Identity. I'd say both movies are equally good or equally bad (or even equally mediocre). But Bollywood fans should just drop the copycat critique. It is not film criticism at all. If you think a movie is bad, you should at least do your homework and state in detail what made it that way. Don't take the lazy way out by calling it a copycat movie.


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