Songs of 1942 : A Love Story

Anil Kapoor and Manisha Koirala starrer 1942: A Love story is written and directed by Vidhu Vinod Chopra. The other starcast of the film inlcudes Jackie Shrauff, Anupam Kher and Danny Denzongpa. The movie was released on July 15, 1994 under the banner of vidhu Vinod Chopra Prodcutions. Music Director Rahul Dev Burman has given the superhit music of the film. The list of the singers includes some famous names of Kumar Sanu, Kavita Krishnamurthy, Lata Mangeshkar etc. The film went on to became a huge musical hit and was well appreciated by the audience. The movie ended up receiving five Filmfare Awards.

The hit songs of the movie are listed below :

1. Ek ladki ko dekha
2. Kuch naa kaho
3. Rimjhim rimjhim
4. Rooth naa jaana
5. Pyaar hua chupke se

The movie was set against the backdrop of British ruled India. A sweet and handsome guy, Naren Singh aka Nandu ( Anil Kapoor ) falls in love with a beautiful girl, Rajeshwari aka Rajjo ( Manisha Koirala ). Naren’s father, Diwan hari Singh ( Manohar Singh ), is working for the British while Rajeshwari’s father, Raghuvir Pathak ( Anupam Kher ), is a activist in the underground meetings and protests against them. Naturally, Naren Singh belongs to a rich family and Raajeshwari to a poor family.

Meanwhile, the ‘Quit India’ movement starts gathering momentum and the response of the Britishers also became increasingly brutal. nandu and Rajjo also become caught up in the increasingly violent revolutionary program. Rajjo’s father and her uncle, Subhankar ( Jackie Shrauff ) plans to kill the visiting British general, who is determinted to keep Indian under British rule. Now Naren has to chose between his dad’s hatred for the revolutionaries or his love for Rajeshwari. He ends up choosing to go against his father but not knowing the consicous of his decision.


2 Responses to “Songs of 1942 : A Love Story”  

  1. 1 rajesh

    I like this songs very much

  2. 2 ramesh

    I like this songs very very much

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