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Kasoor (कसूर) 2001

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DirectorVikram Bhatt
WriterMahesh Bhatt
ProducerMahesh Bhatt
Production executiveAtin Chakraborty
Orginal musicNadeem-Shravan
CinematographyPravin Bhatt
Film EditingAmit Saxena
Art DirectorGappa Chakraborthy
Camera OperatorSiraj Uddin
Assistant CameramenPankaj Kathuria
Playback SingersAlka Yagnik, Udit Narayan , Kumar Sanu
CharacterActor / Actress
Priti SaxenaDivya Dutta
Sucheta Paushe
AmitApoorva Agnihotri
Shekhar SaxenaAftab Shivdasani
Simran BhargavLisa Ray
Prosecutor Mehta Irrfan Khan
JimmyVishwajeet Pradhan
Inspector LokhandeAshutosh Rana
Prithvi Zutshi
Chittaranjan Giri
Firdosh Mewawala
Anupam Shyam
Sushmita Daan
Rustam SodawaterwallaKurush Deboo
Ishwar Patel
Kiran Randhawa
Sucheta Khanna
The plot is a copy of the 1985 Hollywood thriller Jagged Edge. The film starts with the murder of Priti, wife of Shekhar (Aftab Shivdasani), a well-known journalist. Inspector Lokhande (Ashutosh Rana) investigates the case and accuses Shekhar of the murder, saying he has enough evidences to arrest him. Upon getting bail from the court, Shekhar's lawyer tells him that he will not be able to fight his case because he is a corporate lawyer. He asks him to contact Simran Bhargav (Lisa Ray), who is a criminal lawyer to fight his case.

Shekhar goes to Simran's house to convince her to take his case. Simran tells Shekhar that she’ll defend him only if she is convinced that he is innocent. Simran is battling inner demons over a case in which she got a man convicted for crime he had not committed. Her guilt increases when she learns that the innocent guy had committed suicide in custody.

While representing Shekhar, whom she considers innocent, Simran falls in love with him — a part of Shekhar’s plan to win her trust. They end up in bed and Shekhar enjoys Simran in bed. After the court declares Shekhar innocent, Simran spends the night at his house having sex with him again. The next morning, while opening his closet, she finds a typewriter hidden between sheets.

The significance of this typewriter is that there have been typed 'crank' letters sent to her office, leaving little clues that point the finger to the swimming coach (Vishwajeet Pradhan), who had an affair with Shekhar’s wife. The typed letters all have a flyaway 't' on them.

Simran then comes to know that Shekhar is the real murderer. She leaves for the police station to give the typewriter she has found. Shekhar realizes this and is on the prowl to claim his next victim. At the end, Simran kills Shekhar in self-defense.
Release date2-Feb-01
Filmfare Awards

2002 Nominated Filmfare Award Best Villain/Villainess Aftab Shivdasani

Screen Weekly Awards

2002 Nominated Screen Best Performance in a Negative Role Aftab Shivdasani
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Lyrics: Sameer | Music: Nadeem Saifi

1. Dil Mera Tod Diya | दिल मेरा तोड़ दिया     
Voice: Alka Yagnik

2. Kal Raat Ho Gayee | कल रात हो गयी     
Voice: Alka Yagnik, Kumar Sanu

3. Kitni Bechain Hoke | कितनी बेचैन होके     
Voice: Alka Yagnik, Udit Narayan

4. Koi To Saathi Chhaiye | कोई तो साथी चहिये     
Voice: Kumar Sanu

5. Mohabbat Ho Na Jaaye | मोहब्बत हो न जाए     
Voice: Alka Yagnik, Kumar Sanu

6. Zindagi Ban Gaye Ho Tum | ज़िन्दगी बन गए हो तुम     
Voice: Alka Yagnik, Udit Narayan

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