Mere Jeevan Saathi (2006 film)

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Mere Jeevan Saathi
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Directed by Suneel Darshan
Produced by Suneel Darshan,
Suraj Prakash
Written by Suneel Darshan (story),
Robin Bhatt (screenplay),
K.K. Singh (dialogue)
Starring Akshay Kumar,
Karisma Kapoor,
Amisha Patel,
Gulshan Grover
Music by Nadeem-Shravan
Distributed by Shree Krishna International Pvt. Ltd.
Release date(s) 3 February 2006
Language Hindi
Box office INR40.66 million (US$680,000)[1]

Mere Jeevan Saathi (English: My lifemate) is a Bollywood movie released in 2006 starring Akshay Kumar, Karisma Kapoor and Amisha Patel. It was filmed back in 2001 and was supposed to release in 2004, but due to delays it was pushed back and was finally released on February 2006.

Synopsis[edit]

Vicky (Akshay Kumar) is an aspiring singer who is devoted to his true love, Anjali (Amisha Patel). He gets a big offer from a music company in Canada and accepts it. In Canada, he meets the owner of the company, Natasha (Karisma Kapoor). Natasha helps Vicky become a star, however, Vicky is unaware of Natasha's hidden motives. Natasha knew Vicky in college and harboured a deep infatuation for him. Natasha's father had warned her that her love for Vicky can never be, as Vicky loved Anjali, but she refused to listen. When Natasha's father died in a car accident, Natasha, with no one else to love, put all her love and devotion on Vicky aside, and has been alone ever since.

Natasha invites Vicky to her home for her birthday. Things heat up and Vicky and Natasha spend a passionate night together. Vicky is horrified by what he has done. He goes back to India, but Natasha accompanies him. An uncomfortable Vicky tells Natasha that their one night together was a mistake and that he only loves Anjali. Natasha then attempts suicide but Vicky rushes her to the hospital in time. Vicky proposes to Anajali and she accepts. Natasha discovers that Vicky and Anjali are engaged. At the engagement party, Natasha, mad with jealousy, starts dancing barefoot on broken glass until she faints. Vicky later tells her to stay away from him. Natasha hires hitmen to plant a bomb in Vicky's car. Vicky realizes that Natasha's obsession of him has become dangerous. Overwhelmed with guilt, he confesses the truth to Anjali. Although hurt, she is not angry at him as he has punished himself enough. Anjali then insists on meeting with Natasha.

The two women meet and Anjali gently explains that Vicky has always loved her and never Natasha. Natasha threatens Anjali, saying that she will go to any length for Vicky – even kill. Anjali admits that while she cannot kill others, she would kill herself for him. When Anjali returns to Vicky, Natasha calls the couple to her home. The two arrive and see Natasha sitting in a chair. As they are apologizing for hurting her, they suddenly notice a gun in Natasha's hand and blood on her head. She had killed herself before the two arrived. Vicky finds a note that she had written, saying that by sacrificing her life, she proved that she will always love him. The film ends with Natasha's funeral, and Anjali in Vicky's arms.

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Soundtrack[edit]

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Tumko Dulhan Banayenge" Kumar Sanu, Sadhana Sargam
2 "Tum Bin Na Hum Jee Sakenge" Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik
3 "Deewani" Abhijeet, Sadhana Sargam
4 "Mere Jeevan Saathi" Sonu Nigam
5 "Har Taraf Aapki Tasveer" Alka Yagnik
6 "Ek Masoom Sa" Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik
7 "Mashooqa" Shaan, Alisha Chinai

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