Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa

Synopsis: Sunil and some of his friends start a band and perform at weddings and special occasions. Sunil is in love with Aana but Aana loves Chris; when Sunil finds out about this he decides to utilize the best of his powers to prevent the couple from meeting only to stand exposed in the eyes of Aana who throws him out from the music band. He finds an opportunity coming his way when Chris' parents arrange his marriage elsewhere but another calamity occurs when when Chris finds out that he failed his exam forcing him to forge a certificate which states that he is successful at the exam in the eyes of his parents.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Music
Director(s): Kundan Shah
  2 wins & 1 nomination.
158 min

I'm coming, Anna.


Wake up.

I'm Nikki, not Anna.

Get up now.

Oh, what's the problem that

you had to wake me so early!

I'd be married if only

you had waited.

Married, did you say?

It's nothing... nothing at all.

What's the time anyway?

8 o'clock.

If I'm late today too...

...Imran'll give me hell...

And I must be at the station

by 12 as well!

My goodness!

So many pictures of Anna.

She's in English literature.

In Economics...

In Psychology too!

I've only one favorite subject...

Anna... Anna... and Anna!

She doesn't love you though.

But she likes me, doesn't she?

She'll love me too.

Exactly at five past 12!

Oh, that's why you're going

to the station! She's coming.

Yes, after a whole year!

I want that when she gets off...

it's my face that she sees first

How happy she'll be to see me!

Wear this jacket.

In this, you look very...

- Sunil, Nikki!

- Coming. Just a minute.

Here, give it to me, Mummy.

Why trouble yourself

Nikki said you had to go

to the Bank.

Have you any errands?

I'm here to run them for you

- No errands.

- Nothing?

Oh yes! You have to go to the

market then. For rations.

I don't have to go to the Bank,

or get rations or need oil!

You've got this week's pocket

money. So don't butter me up!

Call your father, Nikki.

Breakfast's getting cold

That's what I like about

Mummy... No Nonsense.

Papa, breakfast is ready.

Coming. I'll just wash my hands.

I told you once.

Not a paisa'll you get!

Mom, please. Just 30 bucks.

Ok then, make it 20.

Sunil, my beloved son,

you want money, do you?

You can ask me, your Dad,

can't you?

I'll give however much

you want, my son.

Considering you're

such a good son...

and how proud I'm of you

for failing not once or even

twice but THRICE!

In all subjects on one occasion!

How can you work in

your Dad's garage!

Won't the grease dirty your hands?

No, my son. You were born

to do such great deeds!

You're so kind as to give me

the chance to be your father.

Now you do what you want,

stay out all day and even

the night too!

Go and play in a stupid band

with your useless friends

and play this rotten stupid horn!

- It's a trumpet, not a horn.

- Whatever!

It's not a stupid band.

We play very good music.

As for your garage,

I'll never work there.

So you'll play a damn horn

all your life? How will you eat?

Let me pass and I'll find some job.

Let him pass!

Heard that, Prabha? As if we

are stopping him from passing!

And if you fail?


The question doesn't arise!

It has! 3 years in a row!

But I'll pass this year.

No matter what.

If you don't, it's the

garage. Understand?

- I do.

- What did you understand?

I fail and that's the end of

music and the garage begins.

- I'm off.

- Your breakfast...

Can't you even stop to wish

me a good day properly!?

I'm in a hurry.

Hurry or not, you surely mustn't

forget your manners.

- Well, drop me off at the church.

- But it's the other way!

Whether you go one way

or the other...

...all paths lead to God.

I must go for the rehearsal,


Slow... slow down, my son

I do know heaven is


but I'm in no hurry to go


Easy now. Why do you go

so fast?

I've been late 3 days running

and Imran will eat me alive!

What's the excuse today?

Believe me, it's no excuse.

I ran into Father Braganza

He asked me drop him to

the Church. What could I do?

- The same excuse as yesterday.

- But I lied yesterday!

Believe me, I really met him!

How can I? You've to go to

the bank or get rations

And even queue up for oil!

If nothing else, it's

Father Braganza!

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Pankaj Advani

Pankaj Arjan Advani (born 24 July 1985 in Pune) is a 19-time World Champion English billiards and snooker player from India. In recognition of his achievements, the Government of India has bestowed several awards upon Advani: the Arjuna Award in 2004, Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna in 2006, Padma Shri in 2009 and Padma Bhushan in 2018. He has achieved a hat-trick of hat-tricks in English billiards, holding the World, Asian, and Indian National Championship titles simultaneously, in three different years: 2005, 2008 and 2012 and recently in 2017. He became a snooker professional only in 2012, and his first season on the main tour was the 2012/2013 season. Advani won the 2014 IBSF World 6-Red Snooker Championship, on his debut in that discipline. He is the only player ever to win world titles in both the long and short formats of snooker (15-red standard, and 6-red) and both formats of English billiards (time and point). Advani is also India's first world champion in 6-red snooker. On 14 August 2014, Advani helped win the first ever World Team Billiards Championship held in Glasgow, Scotland, along with Rupesh Shan, Devendra Joshi and Ashok Shandilya. On 2nd February 2017, Pankaj Advani won his 29th National Championship Title at the PYC Hindu Gymkhana in Pune, India. This gave him a 39 match-winning streak. Overall, Pankaj Advani has won 60 titles: World Titles = 19; Asian Titles = 8; Asian Games = 2; Australian Open = 1; National Titles = 30. more…

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