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Main Hoon Na

Major Ram Prasad Sharma who goes undercover as a college student yearns to see the ambitious project Mission Milaap become a reality. His mission is both professional and personal: to protect his general's daughter from a radical militant, and to find his estranged half-brother.
Actors: Kiron Kher,
Kiron Kher
Kiron Kher 14 June 1955, Punjab, India
Sushmita Sen,
Sushmita Sen
Sushmita Sen 19 November 1975, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India
Murli Sharma,
Murli Sharma
Murli Sharma 30 November 1963, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India
Rajiv Panjabi,
Rajiv Panjabi
Rajiv Panjabi
Nassar Abdulla,
Nassar Abdulla
Nassar Abdulla
Kabir Bedi,
Kabir Bedi
Kabir Bedi 16 January 1946, Lahore, Punjab, British India
Bindu 17 January 1951, Valsad, State of Bombay, India
Naseeruddin Shah,
Naseeruddin Shah
Naseeruddin Shah 20 July 1950, Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh, India
Shah Rukh Khan,
Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan 2 November 1965, New Delhi, India
Zayed Khan,
Zayed Khan
Zayed Khan 5 July 1980, Bombay, Maharashtra, India
Praveen Sirohi,
Praveen Sirohi
Praveen Sirohi
Genre: ComedyActionRomance
Director: Farah Khan
Farah Khan
Farah Khan 9 January 1965, Bombay, Maharashtra, India
Country: India
Release: 2004
IMDb: 7.0
Duration: 179 min
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July 11, 2004

...exudes an infectious joy and a far-reaching love of cinema that puts the typical Hollywood summer blockbuster to shame.

January 01, 2009

The climactic, explosions-, martial arts- and (yes) birds-heavy climax is, indeed Too Much, but on top of being funny, it's also genuinely exciting and a hell of a lot of fun--which aptly sums up the entire film.