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|Aatish: Feel the Fire|
आतिश: फील द फायर
|Directed by||Sanjay Gupta|
|Produced by||G. P. Sippy, Vijay Sippy|
|Written by||Kamlesh Pandey (dialogue)|
|Story by||Robin Bhatt |
|Edited by||Afaq Hussain|
|Distributed by||Sippy Films|
|Budget||₹30 million ($1 million)[a]|
|Box office||₹123 million ($4 million)[a]|
Aatish: Feel the Fire is a 1994 Indian Hindi-language action crime film directed by Sanjay Gupta in his directorial debut and starring Sanjay Dutt, Aditya Pancholi, Raveena Tandon, Karishma Kapoor and Atul Agnihotri in lead roles. The supporting cast includes Shakti Kapoor, Gulshan Grover, Kader Khan, Ajit, Tanuja and Ram Mohan.
The film marked Sanjay Gupta's directorial debut in Bollywood. The film reworks and combines elements from two earlier crime films, the Indian film Deewaar (1975) and the Hong Kong action film A Better Tomorrow (1986). Upon release, it grossed ₹123 million (equivalent to ₹650 million or US$9.1 million in 2019) at the Indian box office. It was remade into a Nepali film, Mahaan (2009), starring Biraj Bhatt.
Baba and Avinash are brothers who live in a shanty house with their widowed mother, who makes a living as a housemaid. When a stalker attempts to rape their mother, Baba knifes him to death, and the three, along with an orphan named Nawab, take shelter with an underworld don named Uncle. Baba would like Avinash to study and become a better person, and in order to do this, he decides to make crime his career. When Avinash completes his studies and wants to enroll himself in the police academy, Baba helps him monetarily by accepting his first contract killing. Avinash does complete his training at the police academy and soon becomes a police inspector. One of his first assignments is to be apprehended and arrest Baba and Nawab - much to his shock, as he had never associated his very own brother with having any criminal background. Avinash must now decide to proceed on with apprehending Baba and Nawab, or quit from the police force.
- Sanjay Dutt as Baba
- Atul Agnihotri as Inspector Avinash 'Avi'
- Aditya Pancholi as Nawab
- Karisma Kapoor as Pooja
- Raveena Tandon as Nisha
- Shakti Kapoor as Sunny
- Gulshan Grover as Kaniyya
- Ajit as Uncle (underworld don)
- Tanuja as Baba's Mother
- Vishwajeet Pradhan as Gulam (Kania's brother)
- Kader Khan as Kadar bhai
- Ram Mohan as Police Commissioner
- Dinesh Hingoo as Aar Paar
- Tiku Talsania as Jarnail Singh
- Mushtaq Khan as Bhiku
Aatish is a remake of Deewaar (1975), written by Salim–Javed, with Sanjay Dutt as the older criminal brother (inspired by Amitabh Bachchan's character in Deewaar), Atul Agnihotri as the younger police brother, and Tanuja as the mother. Aatish had a story "straight out of Deewar" but added a twist, with the mother supporting the criminal brother. In addition, Aatish also unofficially reworked elements of John Woo's Hong Kong film, A Better Tomorrow (1986).
|1||"Aa Aa Mere Dilruba"||Kumar Sanu, Sapna Mukherjee|
|2||"Hasratein Hain Bahut Magar"||Kumar Sanu, Sadhana Sargam|
|3||"Kaash Tum Mujhse Ek Baar Kaho"||Kumar Sanu|
|4||"Khaate Hain Hum Kasam"||Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik|
|5||"Dil Dil Dil Main Tere Pyar Mein"||Jolly Mukherjee, Alka Yagnik|
|6||"Ya Mustafa" but change to Ya dilruba||Jolly Mukherjee, Mukul Aggarwal, Alka Yagnik|
|7||"Baarish Ne Aag Lagayi" not included||Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik|
|8||"Dheela Pajama"||Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik|
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