Bhabhi is a 1991 Indian Bollywood film directed by Kishore Vyas and produced by Jawaharlal B. Bafana. It stars Govinda, Bhanupriya and Juhi Chawla in pivotal roles.[1][2]

Theatrical release poster
Directed byKishore Vyas
Written byNawab Arzoo
Produced byJawaharlal Bafna
Vasant Doshi
Juhi Chawla
CinematographyU.S. Srivastava
Music byAnu Malik
Release date
  • 23 August 1991 (1991-08-23) (India)

Plot edit

Sita lives a middle-class lifestyle with her retired and widowed schoolmaster dad, Ramdas. One day she is molested by Prakash and slaps him. A few days later, wealthy Ghanshyamdas, a former pupil of Ramdas, approaches him to ask for Sita's hand in marriage for his son. The marriage takes place, and Sita re-locates to Prakash's house and family, consisting of Prakash's mom, Shanti; his married sister, Shobha, whose husband is Police Inspector Sudhir; a first cousin, Amar; and Shanti's brother, Rakesh, who had also attempted to molest Sita. Shanti and Shobha had wanted Prakash to marry the wealthy and gorgeous Sonia, and they are quite peeved with Sita. They abuse her both physically and verbally, while Prakash makes it clear that he only married her to get even for getting slapped. Things get worse after Ghanshyamdas dies, and the rest of the family, save for Amar, attempt to burn Sita. Amar comes to her rescue, and together they conceive a plot to get even as wealthy Kamini and her assistant Nakadram. They do succeed, but things change dramatically when Rakesh finds out their true identities and decides to do away with both of them—and this time there will be no one who can come to their rescue.

Cast edit

Soundtrack edit

# Title Singer(s) Lyricist(s)
1 "Tumhi Meri Mata Tumhi Pita Ho" Alka Yagnik Hasrat Jaipuri
2 "Chandi Ki Cycle Sone Ki Seat" Nitin Mukesh, Anuradha Paudwal Hasrat Jaipuri
3 "Aa Jana Jara Haath Batana" Mohammed Aziz, Chandrani Mukherjee Nawab Arzoo
4 "Achchhaa Ji, Chehare Pe Pasine Ki Bunden" Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik Dev Kohli
5 "Milne Main Aayi Saasu Ji" Abhijeet, Alka Yagnik Nawab Arzoo
6 "O Taak Dhinaa Dhin, Naach Nachaae Rupaiyaa" Kumar Sanu Dev Kohli
7 "Tumhi Meri Mata Tumhi Pita Ho" (II) Alka Yagnik Hasrat Jaipuri

See also edit

  • Bollywood films of 1991

References edit

  1. ^ "Movie Review". Bollywood Hungama. Archived from the original on 28 January 2013. Retrieved 3 January 2013.
  2. ^ "Movie Review". Gomolo. Archived from the original on 24 February 2023. Retrieved 3 January 2013.

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