Teesra Kaun? (1994)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 45 mins

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Three Bollywood-stricken, Calcutta-based slackers, Vijay Verma (Chunky Pandey), Bingo Nagpurkar (Satish Shah), and Khoka Ganguli (Rakesh Bedi), board the Howrah-Bombay Mail, to watch a cricket match, and to meet Mithun Chakraborty. After boarding, the trio consume considerable alcohol. Vijay introduces himself to two other passengers, C.K. Kadam (Amol Palekar), and Manjula Saxena (Ritu Parna), as he finds the latter very attractive. He wants to change his seat to sit next to her, but the passenger, Pankaj Nigam, occupying it, refuses to leave, leading to a physical altercation, which ends in Vijay being asked to return to his seat. During a stopover, Pankaj departs, and when the train resumes its journey, Mr. Kadam finds Manjula's dead body. The police begin their investigation, and interrogate Pankaj and Vijay, and not only discover that Pankaj is not who he claims to be, but there is also a third unknown suspect.
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Cast: Amol Palekar, Chunky Pandey, Mithun Chakraborty, Somy Ali

Crew: Partho Ghosh (Director), KV Ramana (Director of Photography), Anand Chitragupth (Music Director), Milind Chitragupth (Music Director)

Rating: U (India)

Genres: Comedy, Drama, Thriller

Release Dates: 14 Dec 1994 (India)

Hindi Name: तीसरा कौन?

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Did you know? The film is a remake of the Malayalam movie No.20 Madras Mail (1990). Read More
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as CK Kadam
as Vijay Verma
as Filmstar
as Priyanka
as Anil Saxena
as Advocate Saxena
as Manjula's Mother
as Shanti Verma
as Pankaj Nigam / Sanjay Chopra
as Mr Verma
as Khoka Ganguli
Supporting Actor
as Manjula Saxena
as Inspector Aditya Talwar
as Bingo Nagpurkar
Supporting Actor
as PK Rasiya




Associate Producer


Screenplay Writer
Story Writer
Dialogue Writer

Camera and Electrical

Director of Photography


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Movie Connection(s):
Remake of: No. 20 Madras Mail (Malayalam)
Remake of: Utharavu Maharaja (Tamil)
The film is a remake of the Malayalam movie No.20 Madras Mail (1990).

Mithun Chakraborthy plays himself in the film,