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Cheenti Cheenti Bang Bang 1 Full Movie In Hindi 720p

Cheenti Cheenti Bang Bang 1 Full Movie in Hindi 720p

Cheenti Cheenti Bang Bang is a 2008 Indian animated comedy film directed by R D Mallik. The film is based on a Bengali story by Girindrasekhar Bose and features the voices of Sabyasachi Chakrabarty, Anjan Srivastava, Mahesh Manjrekar, Ashish Vidyarthi, Asrani and others. The film tells the story of two rival ant colonies, the red ants and the black ants, who are constantly at war with each other. The film was widely panned by the critics and failed to make an impact at the box office.


The film begins with a narration by an old ant, who tells the story of how the red ants and the black ants became enemies. He says that long ago, there was a peaceful ant kingdom ruled by King Vikramaditya. One day, a group of black ants came to his kingdom and asked for shelter from a storm. The king welcomed them and offered them food and water. However, the black ants were greedy and wanted to take over the kingdom. They secretly poisoned the king and his army and attacked them. The king's son, Prince Luv-Kush, managed to escape with a few loyal soldiers and vowed to take revenge on the black ants.


The film then shifts to the present day, where the red ants and the black ants are still at war with each other. The red ants are led by Prince Luv-Kush, who is now an old ant, and his son Raju. The black ants are led by King Kaalicharan and his son Kalia. The two sides often engage in battles and raids, but neither can gain an upper hand. One day, Raju meets a female ant named Meena, who belongs to a neutral ant colony. They fall in love and decide to elope. However, their plan is foiled by Kalia, who kidnaps Meena and takes her to his kingdom. Raju follows him and tries to rescue her, but he is captured by the black ants.

Meanwhile, Luv-Kush learns about Raju's disappearance and assumes that he has betrayed his colony. He declares war on the black ants and leads his army to attack them. Kaalicharan also prepares his army to defend his kingdom. The two sides clash in a fierce battle that results in many casualties. In the midst of the chaos, Raju manages to escape from his prison cell and finds Meena. They try to run away from the battlefield, but they are confronted by Kalia. A fight ensues between Raju and Kalia, which ends with Raju defeating Kalia and throwing him into a river.

Raju and Meena then reach a bridge that connects the two ant kingdoms. They see Luv-Kush and Kaalicharan fighting on the bridge. They try to stop them and tell them that they are in love and want to live in peace. However, Luv-Kush and Kaalicharan refuse to listen and accuse them of being traitors. They push them off the bridge and continue their fight. Raju and Meena fall into the river and are swept away by the current.

The film ends with a narration by the old ant, who says that Raju and Meena survived the fall and found a new home in a faraway land. He says that they lived happily ever after and had many children. He also says that Luv-Kush and Kaalicharan eventually realized their mistake and stopped their war. They became friends and united their kingdoms into one peaceful ant kingdom.


  • Sabyasachi Chakrabarty as Prince Luv-Kush / Old Ant (voice)

  • Anjan Srivastava as King Vikramaditya (voice)

  • Mahesh Manjrekar as Raju (voice)

  • Ashish Vidyarthi as King Kaalicharan (voice)

  • Asrani as Kalia (voice)

  • Kharaj Mukherjee as Narrator (voice)

  • Govardhan Asrani as Various Characters (voice)


The film received negative reviews from the critics and the audience. Gaurav Malani of The Economics Times wrote "Flipping across an antique ant-elephant joke book would be more amusing. Cheenti Cheenti Bang Bang surely calls for some pest control." The Indian movie website gave a negative review, saying "On the whole, Cheenti Cheenti Bang Bang fails to get added with Antz or A Bug's life", and both awarded the film single star out of five.


The film's music was composed by Jeet Gannguli and the lyrics were written by Nida Fazli and Joy. The soundtrack album featured 10 songs, sung by Shaan, Shreya Ghoshal, Kunal Ganjawala, Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik, Sudesh Bhosle, Ustad Rashid Khan, Srinivas, Sujatha, Abhishek Bachchan and Sunidhi Chauhan. The song "Right Here Right Now" was a remix of the original song from the film Bluffmaster (2005). The song "Idhar Chala Main Udhar Chala" was originally composed by Rajesh Roshan for the film Koi... Mil Gaya (2003).







"Cham Cham"

Nida Fazli



"Chirongo Pitti"



"Baje Bigul"

Sudesh Bhosle


"Ghanana Ghanana"

Ustad Rashid Khan


"Jhil Mil [Hindi]"

Nida Fazli

Shaan, Shreya Ghoshal


"Lets Be One [Hindi]"

Kunal Ganjawala

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