Pyar Jhukta Nahin
Pyar Jhukta Nahin (transl. Love Does not Bow Down) is a 1985 Indian Hindi-language film directed by Vijay Sadanah, starring Mithun Chakraborty, Padmini Kolhapure, Danny Denzongpa, Asrani, and Bindu. Laxmikant–Pyarelal were nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Music Director. It was a blockbuster at the box office, earning 4.5 crores with a production budget of less than 50 lakhs and the third highest-grossing movie of 1985.
|Pyar Jhukta Nahin|
|Directed by||Vijay Sadanah|
|Written by||S.H. Bihari|
|Produced by||K.C. Bokadia|
|Edited by||Govind Dalwadi|
S.H. Bihari (lyrics)
|Distributed by||Gemini Pictures|
The film is a remake of the 1977 Pakistani film Aina, which was itself loosely based on 1973 Hindi film Aa Gale Lag Jaa. It was remade in Kannada as Nee Bareda Kadambari with Vishnuvardhan and Bhavya in the lead. It was also remade in Tamil with Rajnikant as Naan Adimai Illai co-starring Sridevi. Both remakes were directed by Dwarakish. The film was also remade in Telugu as Pachani Kapuram again starring Krishna and Sridevi.
Preeti (Padmini Kolhapure) is a rich girl who falls in love with a middle class photographer Ajay (Mithun Chakraborty). Her parents initially disagree for the marriage but the daughter manages to make them ready for the marriage. They propose Ajay to become their ghar jamai to which he refuses. Preeti's father Bhanu (Danny Dengzongpa) makes Ajay a top class photographer and his salary gets an increment. Later Ajay discovers that Bhanu has made his promotion and this has hurt his self-respect. Preeti and Ajay separate.
Although Preeti and Ajay both still love each other, Bhanu makes them have a divorce due to misunderstandings caused by him - Bhanu makes Ajay believe Preeti wants a divorce and vice versa. Preeti is then found to be pregnant with Ajay's child. Bhanu doesn't tell this to Ajay, and instead takes Preeti to the mountains (Shimla) for the delivery so that nobody finds that she gave birth to a baby. There in the hospital, Bhanu meets Ajay and tells him about the baby. Bhanu agrees to give the baby to Ajay on the basis that Ajay never approach Preeti again, as she wants a new life with a new man. Ajay agrees, but Bhanu later changes his mind and gives the baby to an orphanage. However, Ajay follows him there and takes his own baby from the orphanage.
The story moves forward for some years and Preeti doesn't believe that her baby is dead, slowly losing her mental stability as a result. She carries a doll child in her arms, believing it to be her own son. Her parents get increasingly worried as a result. However, Preeti shows some improvement when she sees a photograph which she clicked in Shimla when she was with Ajay. The parents take her back to Shimla as a result. Ajay lives in Shimla and has brought up his child on his own. In a chance occurrence, the child meets Preeti and there is a connection between the two – with the help of Ajay, he later identifies her as his mother. He returns to her and brings her to Ajay and they solve their misunderstandings. The two expose the misunderstandings in their minds caused by Bhanu. They are able to reconcile and express their love for one another and live happily thereafter with their child.
- Mithun Chakraborty as Ajay Khanna
- Padmini Kolhapure as Preeti
- Danny Denzongpa as Bhanupratap
- Bindu as Kamini
- Master Vicky as Vicky Khanna
- Madhu Malini as Mala Mathur
- Sudha Chopra as Kamini's Sister
- Vikas Anand as Police Inspector
- Pinchoo Kapoor as Dwarka Prasad
- Manmohan Krishna as Mr. Mathur
- Roopesh Kumar as Rohit Prasad
- Chaman Puri as Shankar
- Asrani as Jackie
- Ratna Bhushan
Awards and nominationsEdit
- Filmfare Award for Best Actress- Padmini Kolhapure – Nominated
- Filmfare Award for Best Music Direction- Laxmikant Pyarelal – Nominated
- Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer- Shabbir Kumar for "Tumse Milkar Na Jaane" – Nominated
- Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer- Kavita Krishnamurthy for "Tumse Milkar Na Jaane" – Nominated
|1||"Chahe Lakh Toofan Ayen"||Lata Mangeshkar, Shabbir Kumar, Laxmikant|
|2||"Tumse Milkar Na Jane" (I)||Lata Mangeshkar, Shabbir Kumar|
|3||"Ho Dilbar Janiya"||Lata Mangeshkar|
|2||"Tumhein Apna Sathi Banane Se Pehle"||Lata Mangeshkar, Shabbir Kumar, Anuradha Paudwal|
|5||"Tumse Milkar Na Jane" (II)||Shabbir Kumar|
|6||"Tumse Milkar Na Jane" (III)||Kavita Krishnamurthy|
Pyaar Jhukta Nahin is a remake of 1977 movie Aina. Scene to scene, dialogue to dialogue is lifted from this movie. Even the first two lines of its signature song tumse see milkar tune is beat to beat copied from the song mujhe Dil se na bhulana from the movie Aina. Even Aina was copied from at least half dozen Hindi films and the dialogues and screenplay of Aina was copied scene by scene and dialogue by dialogue from films like Aa Gale Lag Jaa (1973), Bobby (1973), Kora Kagaz (1974), Aandhi (1975). All films take their original theme from the superhit Bollywood movie Aa Gale Lag Jaa. In the year 1977 the story was copied by a super hit film Aina. surprisingly, while the producers of Pyar Jhukta Nahin acknowledge its source of inspiration film Aina and its makers hardly ever acknowledge its source of inspiration. It was remade in Kannada as Nee Bareda Kadambari with Vishnuvardhan and Bhavya in the lead. It was also remade in Tamil with Rajnikant as Naan Adimai Illai co-starring Sridevi. Both remakes were directed by Dwarakish. The film was also remade in Telugu as Pachani Kapuram, again starring Sridevi.
- "Hindi films: As action movies flop in a row, Bollywood tries its luck with romantic flicks".
- "Highest Grossing Hindi Movies of 1985".
- Peter Cowie (1985). International Film Guide. Tantivy Press. p. 238. ISBN 9780900730245.
Until recently it was Pakistani filmmakers who were plagiarising Indian hits but as videos of Pakistani films began creeping into India, producers from Bombay and Madras too jumped on the bandwagon and made copies of Mola Jat as Jinney Na Doon Ga and Aina as Pyar Jhukta Nahi, ironically the latter was a hotch potch of three Indian films.
- 33rd Filmfare Awards