Sirf Tum

Sirf Tum (transl. Only You) is a 1999 Indian Hindi romance film directed by Agathian. It was released on 11 June 1999. The film features Sanjay Kapoor, Priya Gill, Sushmita Sen and Jackie Shroff. The movie was filmed in Nainital, Kerala and Houston. It is a remake of the 1996 Tamil film Kadhal Kottai.[1] The film was a box office success and collected around 10.35 crores in India.

Sirf Tum
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Directed byAgathiyan
Produced byBoney Kapoor
Written byAgathian
Anees Bazmee
StarringSanjay Kapoor
Priya Gill
Salman Khan
Sushmita Sen
Jackie Shroff
Music byNadeem-Shravan
CinematographyThangar Bachan
Edited byWaman Bhonsle
Production
company
Narsimha Entertprises
Eros International
Distributed byEros International
Release date
  • 11 June 1999 (1999-06-11)
Running time
171 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi
Budget3 crore (equivalent to 10 crore or US$1.5 million in 2019)
Box office10.35 crore (equivalent to 36 crore or US$5.0 million in 2019)

PlotEdit

Deepak Rai (Sanjay Kapoor) comes across a purse that contains educational certificates belonging to a woman named Aarti (Priya Gill). He finds out that this lady lives in Nainital and mails her stuff back to her, this starts an enduring correspondence through letters.

Even though the couple has never seen each other, there is a mutual attraction. Aarti's sister and brother-in-law Nirmal (Tej Sapru) are encouraging to a certain extent. While Nirmal suggests she marry a Mr. Prem (Salman Khan), a renowned young businessman in his neighborhood and business-partner, Aarti's older sis wants Aarti to choose her own life partner.

One day, Aarti starts out on her journey to locate and meet Deepak without informing him that she is on her way. He is currently living in Delhi as he has a job contract with his boss Neha there temporarily. Not helping matters is Neha (Sushmita Sen), who is Deepak's boss and romantically inclined to him too, but Deepak is not. His heart pines for Aarti. Due to this reason, he resigns and desperate to make ends meets, starts to drive an auto rickshaw at the behest of Pritam (Jackie Shroff) whom he befriended when he respected him as a human when he first arrived in Delhi and Pritam helped him when he did not have a place of his own.

During the correspondence, a few months back, Aarti had gifted Deepak a woolen sweater with an image of a "lighted diya" knitted over it. When Aarti arrives at Delhi, she looks for Deepak's address and workplace hoping she can meet him unaware and surprise him with her presence and see what he is really like. She fails to find Deepak and decides to go back because a week had passed and time was running out. She might not get a chance to come and meet him again. Sadly, she reaches the train station to return home.

Unbeknownst, when Aarti first arrived Delhi and her rickshaw broke down, she had hired Deepak's auto and had been travelling with him the whole day.. While Deepak drops her at the station, someone mistakenly spills coffee over Deepak's shirt. Deepak removes his shirt revealing the woolen sweater beneath. Aarti recognizes it, calls out his name and both recognize each other and how they had been looking for each oter the whole time.

The movie ends with Aarti and Deepak embracing each other while Pritam and Jency (Jaya Bhattacharya) look at them in joy.

CastEdit

SoundtrackEdit

All songs are composed by Nadeem-Shravan, with lyrics penned by Sameer. Cassettes and CDs are available on T-Series and Eros Music. All songs were very popular with the song "Pehli Pehli Baar Mohabbat Ki Hai" and "Dilbar" being chartbusters.

The Sirf Tum soundtrack album sold 2.2 million units, and was ninth best-selling Bollywood music album of 1999.[2] "Dilbar" was remade in Satyamev Jayate, where it was sung by Neha Kakkar and also became a chart buster like the original song[3][4]

Track # Title Singer(s) Length
1 "Pehli Pehli Baar Mohabbat Ki Hai" Alka Yagnik & Kumar Sanu 07:39
2 "Sirf Tum" Anuradha Paudwal & Hariharan 06:00
3 "Panchi Sur Main Gaate Hai" Udit Narayan 06:28
4 "Dilbar" Alka Yagnik 05:46
5 "Uparwala Apne Saath Hai" Kumar Sanu 06:01
6 "Ek Mulakat Zaruri Hai Sanam" Ameen Sabri & Fareed Sabri & Jaspinder Narula 12:13
7 "Dekho Zara Kaise Balkhake Chali" Gurdas Maan 06:00
8 "Ek Mulakat Zaruri Hai Sanam" Ameen Sabri & Fareed Sabri & Chorus 12:13
9 "Sirf Tum" Anuradha Paudwal 06:00

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ https://www.easterneye.biz/5-best-movies-of-sanjay-kapoor/
  2. ^ "Music Hits 1990-1999 (Figures in Units)". Box Office India. 2 January 2010. Archived from the original on 2 January 2010.
  3. ^ "Iconic 'Dilbar' song to be recreated in 'Satyameva Jayate'".
  4. ^ "Sushmita Sen's 'Dilbar' song recreated for John Abraham's 'Satyameva Jayate' | Bollywood Bubble". 21 May 2018.

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