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pne From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Apne Apne poster.jpg Theatrical release poster Directed by Anil Sharma Screenplay by Neeraj Pathak Story by Neeraj Pathak Produced by Sangeeta Ahir Starring Dharmendra Sunny Deol Bobby Deol Shilpa Shetty Katrina Kaif Kirron Kher Kunal Rajbhatt Cinematography Kabir Lal Edited by Ashfaque Makrani Music by Himesh Reshammiya Distributed by Vijayta Films Release date 29 June 2007 Running time 174 mins Country India Language Hindi Box office ?45 crore Apne (transl. Ours) is a 2007 Indian Hindi-language sports drama film directed by Anil Sharma. It is the first film to feature Dharmendra and his real-life sons Sunny Deol and Bobby Deol together. Previously Sunny and Bobby had worked together in Dillagi (1999) and Dharmendra and Sunny had also appeared together in Sultanat (1986) and Kshatriya (1993). Kiron Kher, Shilpa Shetty and Katrina Kaif play the female leads. Th e film opened to an excellent response across India and emerged as a hit overseas as well. Dharmendra plays the role of a disgraced ex-boxer Baldev Chaudhary who tries to wash a stain in his boxing career through his sons Angad and Karan (Sunny & Bobby Deol). Dharmendra had earlier played the role of a boxer in the film Main Intequam Loonga (1982). Footage from that film is used as flashback scenes in this film to show Baldev's career as a boxer. Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Soundtrack 4 Response 4.1 Box office 4.2 Reviews 5 Sequel 6 See also 7 References 8 External links Plot Former Olympic medallist boxer Baldev Choudhary is disgraced while competing for the World Heavy weight championship when a betting syndicate falsely accuses him of drug doping. He tries to erase this stain upon his honour by training up his son, Angad, but financial difficulties keep them from achieving his dream. He trains a local boy to get into a media hyped TV boxing show, but is dropped for a better coach at the last minute. Baldev's younger son Karan has just launched his first music album. Realising his father is depressed, he gives up his own dream of a musical career to become a boxer and please his father. Karan persists with training and wins a series of fights, thinking that victory will bring his family together. The final match is with the current world heavy champion; Karan is tricked, and he ends up paralysed in a hospital bed. Baldev, who wanted to wash a stigma, is now about to lose his son. When Karan reveals the world heavy champion cheated, Angad decides to return to boxing and win the title for his father. He eventually brings the world heavyweight champion belt to India in triumph, however, meanwhile, Karan suffers liver damage and requires a liver to survive. A pang of guilt stricken Baldev pleads with the doctors to use his liver, but the doctors reject the idea. In a stroke of luck, a liver is given to Karan through an unknown donor. In the end, Baldev, who was going to give up his life for Karan, is instead alive and happy with his family. Cast Dharmendra as Baldev Singh Choudhary Sunny Deol as Angad Singh Choudhary Bobby Deol as Karan Singh Choudhary Shilpa Shetty as Simran Singh Choudhary (Angad's wife) Katrina Kaif as Dr. Nandini Sarabhai (Karan's Love inte