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Blooper: The specialisation of the Doctor who is in charge of Sanjay Singhania is given as Nuero in the Certificate. It's a typo. It should have been Neuro(logist).
Blooper: In July 2006, when the news of how Kalpana saved the girls is being reported on IBN 7, the logo of Network 18 is seen in the background, in the studios. Incidentally, the new logo of '18' was launched on 9th September 2007.
Blooper: Sanjay stays in Hiranandani and take the bus which goes to Andheri Station East. On the day the police officer plans to catch him, the bus hired for the shooting is a Oshiwara depot one (written OSH at the back) which does not fall on the route described.
In the original Tamil version, Pradeep Rawat had played the murderer of Kalpana and his name was Laxman. He also had a twin brother, and the two together fought Sanjay (Surya), in the climax. This was the major change in the screenplay between the two versions
sorry a r rehman the hindi version
in south version the music was given by Harris Jayaraj who had given earlier music for Rehana hai tere dil mein and the hindi version was given by Sonu Nigam
Aamir Khan turned a barber for his fans in Delhi's Bengali Market. Hundreds of people gathered to watch Aamir's publicity gimmick for his forthcoming film Ghajini. Aamir gave the Ghajini look to hair-stylist Shamsher and a11-year-old student Shiven from Modern School in Delhi. Aamir also cracked jokes on himself and the other Khans, shook a leg on the hit songs of the movie and shared some great points about the profession he was pursuing – that of a barber
Ghajini was formally launched in Mumbai on the 7th of May 2007 with Aamir Khan, Allu Arvind, A. R. Murugadoss and Southern Superstars, Surya (who had played the role of Sanjay in the Tamil version) and Megastar Chiranjeevi (who is also the brother of presenter Allu Arvind).
According to an article in the Economic Times, the domestic distribution rights of Ghajini were sold for 53 crores and home video rights, overseas rights and satellite rights for another Rs 40 crore
When Aamir and A. R. Murugadoss were planning the remake, they thought of calling the film 'Kajri', but later kept the name Ghajini, the same as the Tamil original
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