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Junooniyat (Obsession) is a 2016 romantic Indian Bollywood film written and directed by Vivek Agnihotri. Produced by Bhushan Kumar under his T-Series banner, it features Pulkit Samrat and Yami Gautam in the lead roles.[2][3]

Yami Gautam's Junooniyat poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Vivek Agnihotri
Produced by Bhushan Kumar
Krishan Kumar
Screenplay by Priti Singh
Vivek Agnihotri
Story by Priti Singh
Starring Pulkit Samrat
Yami Gautam
Music by Ankit Tiwari
Meet Bros
Jeet Ganguly
Cinematography Attar Singh Saini
Edited by Antara Lahiri
Distributed by T-Series Films
Release date
  • 24 June 2016 (2016-06-24)
Country India
Language Hindi
Box office est.4.10 crore (US$640,000)[1]

Music is composed by Ankit Tiwari, Meet Bros and Jeet Ganguly. Principal photography commenced in November 2014.[4] The film was released worldwide on 24 June 2016.



Captain Jahan Bakshi (Pulkit Samrat) is a passionate army officer that loves army and thinks all things happen according to his will and he can control his destiny. Suhani (Yami Gautam), a Punjabi girl belonging to an army family is found swimming in an army restricted area. She is later rescued by captain Jahan without her will. She has to stay in army camp for a day because of the procedure. She asks Jahan to sign the apology letter. The investigating officer invites her to Christmas party. After the party, they meet Riverside. Jahan tears the letter so she asks him to ask sorry or she would leap. Jahan doesn't pay heed so Suhani leaps. He immediately saves her. The next morning Jahan visit Suhani at hospital and gives her apology letter. They both start developing feelings for each other. This further changes into love when Jahan meets Suhani at Amritsar and she plans a trip for Jahan and her after she lies to her parents. When she returns, her father scolds her harshly and takes her phone and doesn't allow her to go outside ( as he learns that Suhani loves an army man cause he fears that if Jahan dies Suhani would be broken).He lays a condition that either Jahan have to leave army or Suhani . Jahan refuses and leaves. Having no other option left she elopes but after reaching the camp she sees a girl hugging Jahan and misunderstands the whole scenario and goes back to her house. Later Jahan and his team finds people trapped under snow ; he saves them. The people then invite him to the wedding of their son Yash. During the ceremony he notices that bride is Suhani. Rangoli clears Jahan 's confusion and tells her to confess his love to Suhani. So he writes a letter to her which is read by Yash by mistake. Yash, at front of everyone, says that he can't be so cruel to ruin Suhani and Jahan's love. Suhani's father too accepts their love noticing the inner sorrow of Suhani. The story ends with Suhani and Jahan reuniting and kissing each other.



A horrifying incident happened when the crew was returning from Kashmir, they were apparently hounded and assaulted by Kashmiri locals for using native girls in a song sequence.[5]


Soundtrack album by Meet Bros, Jeet Gannguli and Ankit Tiwari
Released 3 June 2016 (2016-06-03)
Recorded 2015-2016
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Length 29:45
Language Hindi
Label T-Series

The music of the film is composed by Meet Bros, Jeet Gannguli and Ankit Tiwari while the background score is given by Raju Singh.[6] Lyrics of the movie are penned by Kumaar, Rashmi Virag and Manoj Muntashir.[7]

On 28 June 2016, T-Series released a bonus track of the film on their YouTube channel, called, "Ishqe Di Khidki".[8] On 12 July 2016, T-Series released another bonus track of the film on their YouTube channel, called, "Junooniyat (Unplugged)".[9]

No. Title Lyrics Music Singer(s) Length
1. "Junooniyat (Title Track)" Kumaar Meet Bros Falak Shabir 6:23
2. "Mujhko Barsaat Bana Lo" Rashmi Virag Jeet Gannguli Armaan Malik 4:26
3. "Ishqe Di Lat Tadpave" Manoj Muntashir Ankit Tiwari Ankit Tiwari, Tulsi Kumar 5:28
4. "Nachenge Saari Raat" Kumaar, Taz, Hunterz Meet Bros Neeraj Shridhar, Tulsi Kumar 4:12
5. "Tu Junooniyat" Manoj Muntashir Jeet Gannguli Shrey Singhal, Akriti Kakkar 5:00
6. "Pagalon Sa Naach" Kumaar Meet Bros Khushboo Grewal, Meet Bros 4:16
Total length: 29:45

Box officeEdit

The film grossed 40 lakh (US$63,000) on its opening day in India. The film's grossing was not impressive and reached 3.7 crore (US$580,000) in first week. The lifetime collection of film is 4.10 crore (US$640,000).[1]


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