Aa Gale Lag Jaa (1994 film)
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|Aa Gale Lag Jaa|
आ गले लग जा
|Directed by||Hamid Ali Khan|
|Produced by||Salim Akhtar|
Santosh Saroj (Dialogue)
|Music by||Anu Malik|
Aa Gale Lag Jaa is 1994 Hindi language movie directed by Hamid Ali Khan and starring Jugal Hansraj, Urmila Matondkar, Paresh Rawal, Ashok Saraf, Ranjeet, Reema Lagoo, Raza Murad, Arjun and Gulshan Grover.
The film marked the first leading role for Jugal Hansraj, who had previously played a child artist in several films in the 1980s. Coincidentally, he was paired with Urmila Matondkar who had played his sister in his debut film Masoom (1983).
Jugal Hansraj is a poor boy raised by his uncle Paresh Rawal. Urmila Matondkar is a rich girl raised by her widowed aunt Reema Lagoo. Urmila & Jugal fall in love, but her aunt opposes the marriage on knowing that Jugal is the son of the driver of Urmila's father, who also happened to be his murderer. Jugal's uncle confirms that his real father was indeed in prison, but he was killed on release by a speeding truck.
Jugal's dreams are shattered. Suddenly, someone starts killing Urmila's father's business partners. Suspicion points towards Jugal. The murder cases are assigned to a weird Police Inspector Gulshan Grover. After realizing that killer is some third person nobody knows about, the Inspector arranges a trap for him.
It is found that the killer is Jugal's supposedly dead father. He tells everybody that the real killers were Urmila's father's business partners who were afraid that her father would expose their frauds. They framed Jugal's father who tried to remove the knife out of his masters body. Before the Inspector can arrest him, Jugal's father finds the last partner in the hospital and kills him.
Jugal's father surrenders to the police and the film ends.
The film is remembered for its melodious songs by Anu Malik.
|1||"Aa Gale Lag Jaa"||Abhijeet, Kavita Krishnamurthy||Nawab Arzoo|
|2||"Aaj Humein Malum Hua"||Kumar Sanu, Kavita Krishnamurthy||Anwar Sagar|
|3||"Hum Na Honge Juda"||Udit Narayan, Sadhana Sargam||Anwar Sagar|
|4||"Jis Jeevan Mein"||Udit Narayan, Sujatha Goswami||Zameer Kazmi|
|5||"Tere Baghair"||Kumar Sanu, Sadhna Sargam||Gauhar Kanpuri|
|6||"Yaad Teri Aati Hai"||Kumar Sanu||Anwar Sagar|
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