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movierulzAan: Men at Work (2004),Watch Online Aan: Men at Work (2004),Download Aan: Men at Work (2004) Full Movie in HD For Free movierulz. Watch Aan: Men at Work (2004) Hindi Full Movie Online Genre: Action, Crime, Drama, Star Cast: Shatrughan Sinha, . The film was critically acclaimed and was a box office success. The music was composed by Anu Malik. The film won Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment at the 2004 Stardust Awards and also won the Filmfare Award for Best Film – Popular, the other award it won was Best Director – Popular Jury at the same ceremony. Background Aan: Men at Work (2004) is the sequel to the 2000 film, Satya. Since the last scene of the film Aan: Men at Work (2004) took place after the events of Satya, the audience could assume that Satya was a continuation of Aan: Men at Work (2004). Others thought it was a prequel in which Ashutosh Gambhir is still in jail, while Ranveer would be playing the role of Shatrughan Sinha's character Joshi. The script was written by Mrigank Kulkarni. Toei Animation agreed to take up the production deal and Toei Animation produced two segments related to the film as well. The film is about Ranveer's character, Joshi alias RJ Joshi aka "Joshi", who after his release from jail, murders his partner and owners of a fim TV channel in a revenge plot. Shatrughan Sinha's character only appears towards the end of the film. Cast Ranveer Singh: Joshi / RJ Johshi / Black Magic  .  .  .  . Shatrughan Sinha: Narayan Mukesh Rishi: Great Vayu Singh Sanjay Mishra: Khanna Pooja Ghai: Meenakshi "Meenu" Shehzad Khan: Ravaji Ashutosh Gambhir: Rajojh Neha Dhupia: Kalpana Paresh Rawal: Satbir Prashad Sonali Kulkarni: Aarti "Tara" Tiku Talsania: Principal Rajendra Gupta: Police Inspector Deep

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