Tirchhi Topiwale

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Tirchhi Topiwale
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Directed byNadeem Khan
Screenplay byBabu Latiwala
Story byBabu Latiwala
Produced byBabu Latiwala
Starring Chunky Pandey
Monica Bedi
CinematographyNadeem Khan
Edited byVasant Narvekar
Music by Anand Raj Anand
Release date
  • 11 September 1998 (1998-09-11)(India)
Running time
2 hours 24 min

Tirchhi Topiwale is a 1998 Bollywood musical comedy-drama film directed by Nadeem Khan [1] and produced by Babu Latiwala. It stars Chunkey Pandey and Monica Bedi in pivotal roles. [2] [3]



Two businessmen promise that they will arrange a marriage between their children each other. But the children are already in love with someone else.



1"Hayo Rabba Pyar Ho Gaya" Altaf Raja
2"Tirchhi Topiwale" Abhijeet, Parvati Khan
3"Daddy Mera Bada Pareshan"Abhijeet
4"Dil Ke Gate Ki"Abhijeet, Alka Yagnik
5"Murli Ke Bapu" Sapna Awasthi, Jyoti
6"Shehnaiyon Ke Mele" Udit Narayan, Abhijeet

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