Kareena Kapoor Hot In Chameli Biography
Chameli is the story of a prostitute played by Kareena Kapoor. Aman Kapoor (Rahul Bose) an investment banker, lost his pregnant wife, Neha (Rinke Khanna) in a car accident on a rainy night. The accident left him depressed and lonely. He drowned his grief with alcohol and smoking. Chameli (Kareena Kapoor) is a prostitute who was sold to a brothel by her uncle when she was young. She is now a tough, street-smart woman.
On one rainy night, Aman and Chameli, two strangers, meet each other in South Mumbai.
The movie starts with Aman narrating, in a party he is throwing but is reluctant to attend. He gets in his car after it starts raining to go home, but at the gate of his residence he decides to go elsewhere. On the way his car breaks down, and his cell phone battery dies and he takes refuge in an alleyway where he meets Chameli. She is plying her trade, and offers him a match for his cigarette. He is initially repulsed by her, but when he scares off a potential customer, he offers to pay for her missed wages. At this point, a young boy comes selling coffee and cigarettes. Chameli is familiar with him and pays his school fees. He promises to come back with a mechanic to fix Aman's stalled vehicle. Next to appear is Raja, who is in love with Haseena, and has made off with Rs 50,000 from his father's safe. Chameli consoles him and takes him away, when Haseena makes an appearance. She is a eunuch, and when Chameli returns, she advises Haseena to run away with Raju to another city with the money. Raju's father and his henchmen turn up looking for them but leave soon afterwards. Chameli's pimp, Usman, has rented her out to Naik, which she isn't very keen on. She avoids Naik's men, and Aman and she go to Sweety bar to meet Usman. There, Aman offers to pay off the rest of the amount that Chameli owes in exchange for not having to entertain Naik. Usman agrees, but at the ATM kiosk he pulls a knife demanding more money, and gets hurt. Then, Aman and Chameli are picked up by the police, when he makes a phone call that brings the Assistant Commissioner of Police K.P. Singh to the Station. They troop to the hospital where Usman is recovering and with a gun to his groin he phones Naik. Singh convinces Naik to back off Chameli.
When Aman finally gets back home, he is a changed man, altered by Chameli's philosophy on life. He reconnects with his father-in-law whom he had avoided since his wife's demise. He then returns to see Chameli, and they meet again, as they did when they first met.
Kareena Kapoor as Chameli
Rahul Bose as Aman Kapoor
Rinke Khanna as Neha
Yashpal Sharma as ACP K P Singh
Satyajit Sharma as Police Inspector
Makrand Deshpande as Taxi Driver
Mahek Chahal Special appearance in song "Sajna Ve Sajna"
Studio album by Sandesh Shandilya
8 December 2003
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Producer Rangita Pritish Nandy
Sandesh Shandilya chronology
Rules - Pyaar Ka Superhit Formula (2003) Chameli
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The music is by Sandesh Shandaliya and the lyrics are by Irshad Kamil.
Song Singer(s) Notes Duration
"Bhaage Re Mann" Sunidhi Chauhan Picturised on Kareena Kapoor and Rahul Bose 5:33
"Sajna Ve Sajna" Sunidhi Chauhan Picturised on Mahek Chahal and Kareena Kapoor 3:57
"Sajna Ve Sajna 2" Sunidhi Chauhan 3:57
"Jane Kyon Humko" - Female Sunidhi Chauhan 4:23
"Jaane Kyon Humko" - Duet (Version 1) Sunidhi Chauhan and Javed Ali 4:33
"Jaane Kyon Humko" - Duet (Version 2) Sunidhi Chauhan & Udit Narayan 4:33
"Yeh Lamha" Sunidhi Chauhan 4:08
"Soul Of Chameli" Instrumental 4:09
Asian Festival of First Films|Asian First Film Festival
Swarovski Trophy - Best Cinematography - Aseem Bajaj
Best Cinematography - Aseem Bajaj
Special Award for Best Performance - Kareena KapoorDirected by Sudhir Mishra
Produced by Pritish Nandy Communications
Written by Anant Balani
Starring Kareena Kapoor
Cinematography Aseem Bajaj
Distributed by Pritish Nandy Communications
Release date(s) 9 January 2004
Running time 108 min
Budget US$1 millionLamington Road on Bombay's Western Railway is the nearest railway station that takes one to Kamathipura, notorious for it's red-light, in particular, and a crime-prone area in general. It is in this area, on a stormy rainy day, that wealthy Aman Kapoor's car breaks down. His efforts to call for help via his cell phone are in vain, and he takes shelter in a nearby building. This is where he comes in contact with a prostitute named Chameli - and this is where his nightmare involving pimps, eunuchs, prostitutes, and corrupt police officers - will begin - and will seem to have no ending whatsoev