Sanam Bewafa

Sanam Bewafa is a 1991 Indian Hindi-language film directed and produced by Saawan Kumar Tak, starring Salman Khan, Chandni, Pran and Danny Denzongpa. It is a remake of the Pakistani film Haque Meher.[2][3]

Sanam Bewafa
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Poster
Directed bySaawan Kumar Tak
Written byBharat B. Bhalla
Anwar Khan
Saawan Kumar Tak
Produced bySaawan Kumar Tak
StarringSalman Khan
Chandni
Kanchan
Pran
Danny Denzongpa
CinematographyManmohan Singh
Edited byJawahar Razdan
Music byMahesh-Kishor
Production
company
Saawan Kumar Tak Productions Pvt Ltd
Distributed byDisney India
Shemaroo Entertainment
Tips Industries Limited
Release date
  • 11 January 1991 (1991-01-11)
Running time
161 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi
Budget2.50 million
Box officeest. 5.75 crore (equivalent to 42 crore or US$5.6 million in 2020)[1]

PlotEdit

The film is based on two Pathan Tribal families who have been feuding for many generations. Salman, Sher Khan's son, falls in love with Rukhsar, Fateh Khan's daughter.

On finding the truth, Fateh Khan finds his wrath too much to control. On the other hand, Sher Khan is extremely happy to know that his son is in love with his enemy's daughter and promises Salman that he shall get him married to Rukhsar. The marriage is settled after great difficulties.

On the day of the marriage ceremony, Fateh Khan places an incredible demand in Haque-Meher, Sher Khan is dumbfounded and shocked, but gives in for his son's happiness. Hurt by the insult, Sher Khan retaliates by throwing Rukhsar out of the house the following morning after the marriage, paying the agreed Haque-Meher (Daaj). On seeing Rukhsar back, her family is numb with shock.

This leads to conflicts between the two families resulting in bloodshed and loss of life on both sides, but Sher Khan and Fateh Khan remain adamant until they discover that Rukhsar is pregnant with Salman's Son. The newborn finally lead to peace between the two Families.

CastEdit

Role
Salman Khan as Salman Khan
Chandni as Rukhsar Khan
Danny Denzongpa as Sher Khan
Pran as Fateh Khan
Puneet Issar as Afzal Khan
Kanchan as Kanchan
Jagdeep as Daroga
Pankaj Dheer as Zuber Khan
Dina Pathak as Fateh's mother
Gurbachan Singh as Jangi Khan
Dan Dhanoa as Shaukat Khan
Vijayendra Ghatge as Sajjan Thakur

MusicEdit

The music was composed by Mahesh Kishor and lyrics were penned by Saawan Kumar himself. Singers Lata Mangeshkar, Kavita Krishnamurthy & Vipin Sachdeva contributed their voice. The songs were and had a flavor of 1970's music. "Choori Maza Na Degi" & "O Hare Dupatte Wali" were popular songs.

# Song Singer(s) Length
1 "Choori Maza Na Degi" Lata Mangeshkar 06:50
2 "Mujhe Allah Ki Kasam" Lata Mangeshkar, Vipin Sachdeva 06:15
3 "Angoor Ka Daana Hoon" Kavita Krishnamurthy 06:35
4 "Jiske Aage Ji" Lata Mangeshkar 06:00
5 "Allah Karam Karna" Lata Mangeshkar 06:05
6 "Sanam Bewafa" Lata Mangeshkar, Vipin Sachdeva 06:02
7 "Beirada Nazar Mil Gayee To" Vipin Sachdeva 05:30
8 "Meri Jaan Chali" Vivek Verma 06:30
9 "O Hare Dupatte Wali" Vipin Sachdeva 05:50

Box officeEdit

In India, the film grossed 10 crore, 20 million, with net earnings of ₹5 crore 70 million.It was declared a "Super Hit" at the Box Office India

ReleaseEdit

AwardsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Salman Khan's Career Analysis: Total Collections cross Rs 2,000 crore". Bollywood Analysis. 12 November 2015.
  2. ^ "The Indian Express – Google News Archive Search". news.google.com.
  3. ^ "Salman Khan's tryst with Pakistan". The Express Tribune. 23 July 2015.

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