Andar Baahar

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Andar Baahar
Andar Baahar.jpg
Directed by Raj N. Sippy
Produced byRomu N. Sippy
Written by Kader Khan (dialogues)
Screenplay by Sachin Bhowmick
Starring Anil Kapoor
Jackie Shroff
Danny Denzongpa
Moon Moon Sen
Music by R. D. Burman
Cinematography Ashok Mehta
Edited byWaman Bhosle
Gurudutt Shirali
Uttam Chitra
Release date
  • 7 September 1984 (1984-09-07)

Andar Bahaar (English: Inside and Outside) is a 1984 [1] Hindi action thriller film. Produced By Romu Sippy and directed by Raj N. Sippy, the film follows the story line of 1982 Hollywood film 48 Hrs. . The film stars Anil Kapoor, Jackie Shroff, Moon Moon Sen and Danny Denzongpa in the lead roles. The film's music is by R. D. Burman.



The notorious criminal Shera enlists the help of small time crook and expert safe-cracker Raja to help him rob a bank. The robbery goes without a hitch, but Shera, wanting all the loot for himself, shoots Raja. Their third partner Gulshan flees with the loot, abandoning Shera. The sound of a gunshot brings Inspector Ajay Sahani to the scene. He arrests Shera and Raja, who are only wounded by the bullet.

With help from his loyal crony Gangu, Shera escapes from prison. He then kidnaps Gulshan's sister and keeps her with him until Gulshan can give him all the money from the loot. Gulshan panics and informs the police about Shera's hideout. Inspectors Sahani and his friend Inspector Ravi Khanna both reach the scene but fail to apprehend Shera, who flees after fatally shooting Inspector Sahani.

Filled with rage and vengeance, Ravi gets permission from the Police Commissioner to release Raja in his custody so that he may help him track down Shera. Initially, Ravi and Raja knock heads and often get into arguments. But after Raja saves Ravi's life, they become good friends. After a lot of investigative work and dangerous encounters, the two eventually manage to arrest Shera.



The music for the film was composed by R. D. Burman, with lyrics by Gulshan Bawra. The playback singers used were Shailendra Singh and Suresh Wadkar for the male actors and Asha Bhosle for all the female actors.

1"Andar Baahar, Baahar Andar" Suresh Wadkar
2"Humko To Yaari Se Matlab Hai" (Part 1) Suresh Wadkar, Shailendra Singh
3"Humko To Yaari Se Matlab Hai" (Part 2) Suresh Wadkar, Shailendra Singh
4"Humko To Yaari Se Matlab Hai" (Sad) Shailendra Singh
5"Mausam Bada Suhana Hai, Achha Ji" Shailendra Singh, Asha Bhosle
6"Kaise Kaise Hai Mere Meherbaan" Asha Bhosle
7"Meri Aankhon Mein Zaraa Jhaanko To" Asha Bhosle


Anil Kapoor and Jackie Shroff had issues about credits that each one wanted his name would display first. [2]

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  1. "Andar Baaha - Synopsis". The Times of India . 29 October 2017. Retrieved 23 January 2021.
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