“Do you remember when I was just walking down the street… enjoying some bhelpuri?” Recognize that line? We’re discussing Coolie No. 1, the iconic comedy film that showcased Govinda’s dual roles and undoubtedly stands as one of David Dhawan’s finest directorial ventures. And let’s not forget the other legendary performers who elevated the movie to the status of ‘L-E-G-E-N-D-A-R-Y.’ That’s right, the stellar cast includes Karisma Kapoor and the late talents Kader Khan and Sadashiv Amrapurkar, among others.

Speaking of Coolie No. 1, the movie from 1995 has now reached the milestone of 28 years since its release. To commemorate this occasion, the official Twitter account of Film History Pics (@FilmHistoryPic) shared a snippet from a scene in the film. This clip will undoubtedly evoke memories of the heartwarming camaraderie between Govinda and Kader Khan. The scene features Kader Khan’s character, Hoshiyar Chand, arriving at a bus station and coincidentally crossing paths with his son-in-law, Kunwar Mahendra Pratap Singh (played by Govinda), who is disguised as a coolie. This encounter sparks a series of comical mishaps.

For those unfamiliar with the storyline, Govinda’s character, Raju Coolie, assumes the identity of a fake prince from Singapore and marries Hoshiyar Chand’s daughter, Malti (played by Karisma Kapoor), leading to a hilarious chain of events.

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