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|Directed by||Sikandar Bhati|
|Produced by||Jimmy Nirula|
|Written by||Madan Joshi |
Dharam Veer Ram
|Edited by||Nand Kumar|
|Distributed by||Manish Arts|
This movie is about an army officer named Suraj Dutt (Akshay Kumar), who is the son of Yashpal Dutt (Anupam Kher). Suraj goes to meet his sister Minnie in at a women's college before he falls in love with Alka (Ashwini Bhave). They get married soon, but Suraj is called for a year-long mission. While he is away a message arrives that Suraj has been killed. Minni, Alka and Yashpal each learn about this, but don't tell each other as they feel each other will die upon hearing this. Meanwhile, Minni is about to wed Vijay (Ronit Roy), but on the day of her wedding, she is kidnapped. The movie ends, surprising everyone with the reappearance of Suraj, (who was alive all this while!) who comes and saves Mini, and everybody is reunited.
Nadeem-Shravan composed a highly acclaimed soundtrack of the film. The film's title song "Jaam Wo Hai" sung by Kumar Sanu was a huge hit and "Meri Wafaen Yaad Karoge" and "Kitni Hasrat Hai Hamein" both sung by Kumar Sanu are evergreen songs which are still very popular with the Indian audiences.
|1||"Kitni Hasrat Hai Hamein"||Kumar Sanu, Sadhana Sargam||Picturized on Akshay Kumar and Ashwini Bhave|
|2||"Meri Wafayen Yaad Karoge"||Kumar Sanu, Asha Bhosle||Picturized on Akshay Kumar and Ashwini Bhave|
|3||"Jaam Woh Hai"||Kumar Sanu||Picturized on Akshay Kumar and Ashwini Bhave|
|4||"Humko Hua Hai Pyar"||Vinod Rathod, Alka Yagnik||Picturized on Ronit Roy and Farheen|
|5||"Babul Ka Ghar"||Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik||Picturized on Farheen|
|6||"Hai Meri Saason Mein"||Suhasini||Picturized on Ashwini Bhave|