Raja Hindustani is a 1996 Hindi romantic action film directed by Dharmesh Darshan. It tells the tale of a cabdriver hailing from a small town, who falls in love with a rich girl. Aamir Khan and Karisma Kapoor play the lead roles. The film was one of the most commercially successful films of the 1990s.
The film's music became popular and was successful especially in central and eastern states of India. The controversial kissing scene added to its publicity. Karisma Kapoor was hugely complimented for her looks and outstanding performance as Aarti, a rich beautiful sensitive young girl full of dreams and desires. She won the Filmfare Best Actress Award for this film and was then cast by director Yash Chopra for the role of Nisha in his movie Dil To Pagal Hai. This film is inspired by Suraj Prakash's 1965 Hindi film Jab Jab Phool Khile starring Shashi Kapoor and Nanda.
Aamir Khan as Raja Hindustani
Karisma Kapoor as Aarti Sehgal
Rajwinder Deol as Raju
Suresh Oberoi as Mr. Sehgal (Aarti's father)
Johnny Lever as Balvant Singh
Navneet Nishan as Kamal Singh / Kammo
Veeru Krishnan as Gulab Singh
Kunal Khemu as Rajnikant (as Master Kunal Khemu)
Pramod Moutho as Swaraj (Shalu's brother)
Mohnish Behl as Jai (as Mohnish Behl)
Tiku Talsania as Chacha (Raja's uncle)
Farida Jalal as Chachi (Raja's aunt)
Archana Puran Singh as Shalini Sehgal / Shalu (Aarti's stepmother)
Kalpana Iyer as Guest appearance in the song "Pardesi Pardesi"
Pratibha Sinha as Guest appearance in the song "Pardesi Pardesi
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