- Aamir Khan: Munna
- Urmila Matondkar: Mili Joshi
- Jackie Shroff: Raj Kamal
- Gulshan Grover: Steven Kapoor
- Reema Lagoo: Milis mother
- Avtar Gill: P. C.
- Achyut Potdar: Milis father
- Shefali Shetty film heroine Gulbadan
- Rajesh Joshi: Pakya
- Saroj Khan: Herself / choreographer
Rangeela (Hindi: रंगीला, translated, color) is a successful Bollywood film and made it into the Top 5 of the most successful films of 1995, the film brought both director Ram Gopal Varma and the actress Urmila Matondkar and the Oscar winner AR Rahman breakthrough.. This was also the first Hindi film, composed the music for AR Rahman. The soundtrack was known throughout the country and very popular.
The film was also dubbed in Tamil, so the lyrics were rewritten in Tamil. Why two soundtrack versions exist.
The story is about a girl named Mili a medium-sized, which dreams in Bollywood as an actress to be reckoned with. So far they had only allowed to stand as a dancer in front of the camera. New friends, it is with the poor orphan boy Munna, who feels more for them soon. He wants to marry her, but dared not reveal his feelings to her face to face.
One day, quite unexpectedly, Mili is actually discovered by the film star Raj Kamal, who is committed for the new film from director Steven Rangeela Kapoor. This means that Munna is jealous of Raj, the then soon casts an eye on Mili. But Mili is too busy to take notice. They invested their time better in acting, as well as with Raj. However, Munna is always trying to confess his love to her, and each time fails this project because at the last second leaving him the courage or Raj shows up.
Finally, Munna is on by consoles himself with the thought that Raj could offer her a better life. Of all military experiences on the day of the film's release. Then she asks Raj Munna to help you to locate them. Where Raj realized at that moment that Mili is already in love with Munna and leads them to each other again.
Filmfare Award 1996
- Filmfare Award / Best Supporting Actor Jackie Shroff
- Filmfare Award / Best Music of A. R. Rahman
- Filmfare Award / Best Choreography Ahmad Khan for Rangeela Re
- Filmfare Award / RD Burman Award at Mehboob
- Filmfare Award / Special power to Asha Bhosle Tanha Tanha for
- Filmfare Award / Best Actress of Urmila Matondkar
- Filmfare Award / Best lyrics at Mehboob Kya Kare for
- Filmfare Award / Best lyrics of Tanha Tanha Mehboob for
- Filmfare Award / Best playback singer Kavita Krishnamurthy on Pyar Ye Jaane for
- Filmfare Award / Best Playback singer Shweta Shetty on for Mangta Hai Kya