Songs of Eeshwar

Anil Kapoor, Vijay Shanti and Asha Sachdeva starrer romantic musical “Eeshwar” was released under the banner of Bharti International on February 24, 1989. The movie is produced by Malikarjun while is directed by K Vishwanath. Other cast of the movie includes Saeed Jaffrey, Gulshan Grover, Vinod Mehra, Bharti Achrekar, Sadashiv Amrapurkar, Agha, Shammi, Jayashree Gadkar, Rakesh Pandey, Anita, Sunil Shinde, Vikram Gokhale and Raj Kapoor. The melodious music of the movie is directed and composed by Laxmikant Kudalkar and Pyarelal while the songs are sung by Suresh Wadkar, Nitin Mukesh and Kavita Krishnamurthy.

The songs of bollywood movie Eeshwar are listed below:

1. Aage Sukh To Peeche Dukh Hai, Peecha Dukh Hai To Aage Such Hai
2. Kaushalya Main Teri Rahe Sadha, Yehi Duaa Hai Meri
3. Ramji Ne Dhanush Toda, Sitaji Se Apna Rishta Jooda
4. Baj Utha Saanson Mein
5. Dharmam Sharnam Gachhami

The movie Eeshwar comes as a romantic musical bollywood movie which was directed under the able hands of director K Vishwanath. The movie has an impressive story that talks about society and how it tries to oppose those who try to go against the customs, the movie also talks about the remarriage of widows which has been a taboo in the Indian society during that period. The movie witnesses Anil Kapoor and Vijay Shanti as the leading actors. The movie revolves around the life of Ishwarchand Vishnunath Brahmanand ( Anil Kapoor ), a simple and very honest and caring person.

Ishwar is very kind hearted person and he is always found helping people in need. He is also a very religious person who has a great faith in god and his deeds. Everyone in the society believes that he is a dumb person. One day he came across a widow Lalita ( Vijay Shanti ) who has a son from her previous husband, Ishwar found her very attractive and both got married. But this was not liked by the society and everyone got against them. Ishwar was thrown out of his job now he has the added responsibility of a wife and a young son so he had to work that extra bit hard to raise them properly.


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