The director launched Son for the third time with a dozen stars, the audience rejected

New Delhi. Armaan Kohli Films: Nepotism is neither a hidden thing nor a new thing in Bollywood. All the producers-directors-actors want to see their children shining on the screen and make films for them by spending crores of rupees. Many times, if it doesn’t work for the first time, then for the second time and sometimes for the third-fourth time, they don’t hold back in making films for sons and daughters.


Rajkumar Kohli, a popular director of the 1970s and 1980s, launched his son Armaan Kohli three times in films, but each time failed. In 1992, Rajkumar launched the son with the film Anti, the film did not work, then relaunched the son in Aulad Ke Dushman (1993). The same happened to him. Thereafter, Armaan struggled in films and finally took a long break after another failure in Pita Ki Kahar (1997).

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Frustrated with initial failures, Armaan Kohli was launched by his father for the third time in Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani after eight years. Rajkumar Kohli tried every trick to make the film a hit. The film was adorned with a dozen Bollywood stars of that time. Rajkumar Kohli gave big hits like Naagin (1976) and Jaani Dushman (1979). He mixed these two films and made Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani. Armaan Kohli became Ichchadhari Nag in the film. Armaan’s name was even changed for relaunching from the film. He was named, Munish Kohli.

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Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani (2002) featured all the big and small names in Bollywood of that time. Sunny Deol, Sunil Shetty, Akshay Kumar, Aditya Pancholi, Arshad Warsi, Manisha Koirala, Sonu Nigam, Aftab Shivdasani, Raj Babbar, Kiran Kumar, Raza Murad, Aman Verma, Johnny Lever to Amrish Puri came in guest roles. The film was the story of an Ichchadhari Nag, who for some reason takes revenge on those who raped his serpent who had taken human birth of a young girl. However, later the secret opens in front of him that those whom he killed were not behind the incident. Due to the big stars, the film got a good opening, but the audience did not like the story at all and the film was severely criticized. As a result, the number of viewers kept decreasing and eventually the film was a flop. The budget of the film was 18 crores but due to the good opening, this cost came back in the pocket of the producer. But the film is counted among the weakest films of Hindi cinema in the last two and a half to three decades.

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