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Bewafa Sanam is a 1995 Hindi film directed by Gulshan Kumar. It stars Krishan Kumar (Brother of Gulshan Kumar), Shilpa Shirodkar, Aruna Irani, Shakti Kapoor and Kiran Kumar. The screenplay was written by Sachin Bhowmick, dialogue by Madan Joshi, and story by Gulshan Kumar. It was produced by Gulshan Kumar.[1]

Bewafa Sanam
बे वफा सनम
Bewafa Sanam DVD cover.jpg
Release poster
Directed by Gulshan Kumar
Produced by Gulshan Kumar
Written by Sachin Bhowmick
Madan Joshi
Story by Gulshan Kumar
Starring Krishan Kumar
Aruna Irani
Shilpa Shirodkar
Shakti Kapoor
Kiran Kumar
Music by Nikhil-Vinay
Cinematography Thomas Xavier
Edited by Omkar Bhakri
Distributed by Super Cassettes Industries Limited (T-Series)
Release date
  • 12 May 1995 (1995-05-12)
Running time
145 Minutes
Country India
Language Hindi

Contents

PlotEdit

Sundar and Sheetal love each other and hope to get married soon. His mother approves of this match, Sundar makes his living by playing cricket and has become a very popular cricketer and this has brought about many enemies in his life. Among them are Gautam, who conspires with Sheetal to bring about the destruction of Sundar, to which Sheetal agrees because Gautam has Sheetal's mother captive and threatens to kill her if Sheetal does not agree to all his schemes and they send goons after him and after trashing the goons, he lands himself in jail and here is where he will find out that Sheetal is not what she claims to be. Frustrated at this, on Sheetal and Gautam's wedding, Sundar picks up a pistol and shoots Sheetal in public and is charged for this crime, a charge that carries the death sentence. Later in the movie, a journalist tries to help him and finds out everything that happened. It is revealed that the actual murderer was Gautam. Once Sundar realises that Sheetal was forced to do everything and she actually loved him, he requests the authority to let him visit Sheetal's grave one last time before he is hanged for his crime and they fulfill his request. Sundar kisses the grave and the police come with a letter saying that Sundar is free. Everyone becomes happy and they call Sundar, but he dies kissing the grave of his lover.[2]

SoundtrackEdit

The music was composed by Nikhil-Vinay. Sonu Nigam was main male voice while Anuradha Paudwal and Poornima were female voices. Udit Narayan and Nitin Mukesh also rendered their voice for 1-1 song of the album. The album became very popular. "Achha Sila Diya", by Sonu Nigam is still popular & Udit Narayan sang a rare song for this film, "O Dil Tod Ke Hasti Ho Mera".

Track Listing[3]Edit

Title Singer(s) Lyricist Music
"Wafa Na Raas Aayee, Tujhe Woh Harjayee" Nitin Mukesh Sadique, Shafir, Ishrat, Katil Shifai, Yogesh Nikhil, Vinay, Milind Sagar
"O Dil Todke Hasti Ho" Udit Narayan Sadique, Shafir, Ishrat, Katil Shifai, Yogesh Nikhil, Vinay, Milind Sagar
"Zindagi Mein To Sabhi Pyar Kiya Karte Hain" Sonu Nigam Sadique, Shafir, Ishrat, Katil Shifai, Yogesh Nikhil, Vinay, Milind Sagar
"Ui Ui Ui Meri Amma" Poornima Sadique, Shafir, Ishrat, Katil Shifai, Yogesh Nikhil, Vinay, Milind Sagar
"Achcha Sila Diya Tune Mere Pyar Kiya" Sonu Nigam Sadique, Shafir, Ishrat, Katil Shifai, Yogesh Nikhil, Vinay, Milind Sagar
"Teri Gali Wich" Sonu Nigam Sadique, Shafir, Ishrat, Katil Shifai, Yogesh Nikhil, Vinay, Milind Sagar
"Yeh Dhoke Pyar Ke Dhoke" Sonu Nigam Sadique, Shafir, Ishrat, Katil Shifai, Yogesh Nikhil, Vinay, Milind Sagar

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Bewafa Sanam (1995), retrieved 2018-04-20 
  2. ^ Kumar, Gulshan (1995), Bewafa Sanam, Krishan Kumar, Shilpa Shirodkar, Sagar, retrieved 2018-04-20 
  3. ^ Bewafa Sanam (1995), retrieved 2018-04-20