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Geet (English - Song) is a 1992 Bollywood Hindi film released on 20 November 1992 starring Divya Bharti and Avinash Wadhawan in lead roles. Shakti Kapoor, Laxmikant Berde and Dharmesh Tiwari play supporting roles.

Geet
गीत
Directed byPartho Ghosh
Produced byNilima Paul
StarringDivya Bharti
Avinash Wadhawan
Shakti Kapoor
CinematographyYusuf Khan
Release date
20 November 1992
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

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PlotEdit

Rajesh Tripathi (Avinash Wadhawan) lives a poor lifestyle in a village in India along with his widower dad, Shivshankar. He leaves his father so that he can study in Bombay. While there, he becomes a fan of singer and dancer, Neha (Divya Bharti), and even paints hoardings for her shows. During the holidays, he returns home to his village and gets a surprise when he finds that Neha has also re-located there. His overtures to become friendly with her end up in getting the police involved for alleged molestation.

After clearing his name, Neha then entraps him to accompany her to an isolated shack and locks him there, which almost kills him. After this incident, Neha does accept his friendship and confides in him that she can never sing as she has been poisoned by her former manager, Hari Saxena (Shakti Kapoor), so much so that her vocal cords have been damaged beyond repair. Rajesh accepts the challenge and sets about to resurrect Neha's voice and her career - not knowing that both of them may end up being targets of Hari - who has planned a devious ending for Neha and anyone who supports her.

CastEdit

Producer: Neelima Paul

MusicEdit

The music of the album is composed by Bappi Lahiri and notable singers Lata Mangeshkar, Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik, Kavita Krishnamurthy, Mohammed Aziz and Pakistani singer Reshma lent their voice in the album. The song "Aap Jo Mere Meet Naa Hote" & "Prem Patra Aaya Hai Usne Bulaya Hai" were popular.

  1. "Aap Jo Mere Meet Naa Hote" - Lata Mangeshkar
  2. "Huwa Kya Kasur Mujhse Rehte Ho Dur Mujhse" - Reshma
  3. "Jo Dil Se Nikle Woh Hai Geet" - Alka Yagnik
  4. "O Piyaa, Huaa Kyaa Kasur Mujhase" - Reshma
  5. "Prem Patra Aaya Hai Usne Bulaya Hai" - Kumar Sanu
  6. "Aankho Me Basa Lu To" - Kavita Krishnamurthy, Mohammed Aziz
  7. "Sarpe Gam Gam" - Alka Yagnik
  8. "Tere Sur Mein Main Gau" - Dev Ashish, Alka Yagnik
  9. "Tujh Se Mujhe Pyar Tha" - Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik

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