Mr and Mrs Khiladi Movie Part -5

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Mr and Mrs Khiladi Movie Part -5 By NT Creations Akshay Kumar Fan (Hyderabad) Nitin Tiwari.........NT Creations Akshay Movies Channel On Youtube Starring Akshay Kumar Mr. and Mrs. Khiladi is a 1997 Bollywood comedy film directed by David Dhawan. It features Akshay Kumar and Juhi Chawla. This film proved the comedy timing of Akshay Kumar who was known at that time for only action hero or romantic roles. A part of the movie was set in Toronto, and Ontario, Canada. Starring : Akshay Kumar ... Raja/Mr.Khiladi Juhi Chawla ... Shalu/Mrs.Khiladi Kadar Khan ... Badri Prasad Paresh Rawal ... Pratap Himani Shivpuri ... Raja's mother Satish Kaushik ... Chanda Mama Emmanuel Yarborough ... Himself/wrestler Shooting Location : The shooting of that (which?) song took place in Ontario, Canada. Some parts of it were shot at the Niagara Falls, while the other part (75%) was shot near the famous Square One mall in Mississauga. The Central library and other buildings nearby were shown. One of the songs was shot inside BCE Place in Toronto Directed by David Dhawan Produced by Keshu Ramsey Written by Rumi Jaffery Starring Akshay Kumar Juhi Chawla

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