Prithvi (1997 film)

Prithvi is a 1997 Indian Hindi mystery film starring Sunil Shetty in the title role and Shilpa Shetty in a double role. The film was a box office failure.

Prithvi
Directed byNitin Manmohan
Produced byNitin Manmohan
Mukuk S. Anand
Sunil Manchanda
Written byAnees Bazmee
StarringSunil Shetty
Shilpa Shetty
Music byViju Shah
CinematographyHarmeet Singh
Edited byA. Muthu
Production
company
Neha Arts
Release date
  • 29 August 1997 (1997-08-29) (India)
Running time
136 mins
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

CastEdit

SummaryEdit

Prithvi (Sunil Shetty), a famous photographer, and Neha (Shilpa Shetty) fall in love and soon get married. Prithvi and Neha both fly to America for their honeymoon, but when Neha uses the bathroom at a restaurant, she gets kidnapped. Prithvi is very scared and would do anything to get Neha back. He takes the help of Lucky (Shweta Menon). When Prithvi was near a hospital he finds Neha, but she has fainted, but once she wakes up she does not recognize Prithvi. The girl he found was in fact a duplicate of Neha, whose name was Rashmi. Neha was threatened by her kidnapper (Faraz Khan) as she should prove him as innocent for a murder case. Prithvi and Rashmi rush to the court and say that he is not innocent and has gotten a duplicate of the girl. Prithvi finds Neha and they both live happily ever after.

SoundtrackEdit

"Jis Ghadi Tujhko Tere", Anuradha's version was very popular, but this song is available only on the audio track, not in the movie. "Een Meen Sade Teen" is partly lifted from Rendezvous 2' by Jeanne Mitchell Jarre.

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Jis Ghadi Tujhko" Udit Narayan, Sadhana Sargam
2 "Mera Dil De Diya" Udit Narayan, Kavita Krishnamurthy
3 "Een Meen Sade Teen" Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik
4 "Hai Rabba" Anuradha Paudwal
4 "Jis Ghadi Tujhko" Anuradha Paudwal
5 "Jis Ghadi Tujhko" (Remix) Kumar Sanu, Sujata Trivedi
6 "Chand Aadhi Raat Hai" Udit Narayan, Anuradha Paudwal
7 "Prem Granth Mein Geet Hain" Nitin Mukesh, Anuradha Paudwal
8 "Rang Hai Pheeke Ghata Kya Hai" Sonu Nigam, Anuradha Paudwal

Critical receptionEdit

Anupama Chopra of India Today called it a "passable fare".[1]

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