received a positive to average reviews. Nandini Ramnath gave the film 2 out of 5 stars and said that "The makers have thrown in too many gimmicks
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Priyadarshan has directed De Dana Dan with Akshay Kumar and Sunil Shetty in the lead roles. This Hindi movie was released in 2008. The film received a positive to average reviews. Nandini Ramnath gave the film 2 out of 5 stars and said that "The makers have thrown in too many gimmicks into the film and that's why it doesn't work. The film lacks substance and it is just empty of emotions. It's not a bad film but it could have been a lot more in the way of what it is supposed to be." The Times of India gave the film 2 out of 5 stars and said "Kumar has added just the right amount of greasiness to the formula and done justice to the parts he had. However, it's his scene-stealing moments that steal the show. This is a sharp improvement from Gangster to the earlier films in the series." Music The soundtrack of De Dana Dan was composed by Sandeep Chowta and composed with music direction by Shreya Ghoshal. Track List Release Marketing Home video The DVD for De Dana Dan was released in December 2010 in India. The DVD of De Dana Dan is a four disk DVD boxset. References External links De Dana Dan at Bollywood Hungama Category:2000s Hindi-language films Category:2008 films Category:Indian films Category:Films directed by Priyadarshan Category:Films scored by Sandeep Chowta Category:Indian comedy films Category:Indian comedy-drama films Category:2000s comedy-drama films Category:2000s comedy filmsHealth Benefits Concerns over illness have changed significantly over the centuries. A focus on the fact that the body becomes a necessary instrument of reproduction, led to the killing of unwanted fetuses. Pregnancy was used to manipulate the foetus to ensure that the offspring was strong enough to work. In the 19th century, interest shifted to the preservation of health. This began with the first public hygiene campaigns in Europe, and was led by organisations such as the Department of Health for Ireland, and the UK’s Society for Promoting the Health of Women and Children. As disease became an integral part of most people’s lives, the focus of these campaigns shifted to the prevention of sickness.