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For heaven in Hindu cosmology, see Swarga.
DVD cover
Directed by David Dhawan
Produced by Nandu G Tolani
Written by Nandu G Tolani
Anees Bazmee
Starring Rajesh Khanna
Juhi Chawla
Neena Gupta
Paresh Rawal
Music by Anand-Milind
Edited by David Dhawan
Distributed by Paras Films International
Release dates
18 May 1990
Country India
Language Hindi

Swarg (Hindi: स्वर्ग, Urdu: سورگ, translation: Heaven) is a 1990 Indian Bollywood film directed by David Dhawan, released on 18 May 1990. The film stars Rajesh Khanna, Govinda, Juhi Chawla and Madhavi in pivotal roles. Swarg is the last certified hit of Rajesh Khanna. The film was remade in Telugu as Indrabhavanam with Krishnam Raju and Krishna.


Living in a luxurious mansion named Swarg, this is the story of Mr. Kumar or Sahabji (Rajesh Khanna) a rich businessman and his wife (Madhavi) sister Jyoti (Juhi Chawla), two brothers Vicky (Raja Bundela) and Ravi (Dilip Dhawan), and a sister-in-law (Neena Gupta). He also has a loyal servant, Krishna (Govinda). Sahabji has a clash of wits with Dhanraj (Paresh Rawal), a dishonest man who successfully schemes with Sahabji's two brothers sets fire in Sahabji's factory, spreads the reason of shock circuit and takes over the luxurious mansion and vast business empire, leaving Sahabji virtually penniless, and devastated with the passing away of his wife. His brothers have now taken over the money, and his business. Very painfully krishna was scolded slapped and was asked by sahabji to leave the mansion because he was charged of stealing Jyoti's necklace by Sahabji's brothers and sister-in-law. Later, he comes to know that Sahabji intentionly banished him so that he can do something better in life. Krishna moves to Mumbai and meets a man (airport) and become friends, he works hard and becomes a superstar and returns to find his Sahabji and gives nice lesson to Dhanraj (sets fire in Dhanraj mills) and buys the mansion also teaches a nice lesson to Sahabji's cheater brothers by doing fraud in business with them (as they did not know that their partner was krishna because they never saw him). Later, Krishna buys Sahabji's former bungalow. He finds Sahabji and Jyoti in a pitiable condition. He brings them back to the bungalow. Sahabji's brothers realise their mistake. Krishna forgives them and brings them back to the bungalow. The brothers ask for forgiveness from Sahabji. At this point, Sahabji suffers from heart attack. He forgives his brothers. He also approves Jyoti and Krishna's relationship and tells them to marry. Later, Sahabji dies leaving his family.



Studio album by Anand-Milind
13 October 2003 (India)
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Venus Records & Tapes
Producer Anand-Milind
Anand-Milind chronology
Tum Mere Ho

The soundtrack of the film contains 5 songs. Lyrics by Sameer and music is conducted by the award-winning duo Anand-Milind.

Song Singer(s)
"Ae Mere Dost" Mohammad Aziz
"Bam Bam Bambai" Amit Kumar
"Filmon Ke Sare Hero" Amit Kumar, Nitin Mukesh
"Kaise Kate Din" Mohammad Aziz, Anuradha Paudwal
"Tum Sajna Ke Ghar" Mohammad Aziz, Amit Kumar, Anupama

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