Barsaat (1995 film)

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Directed byRajkumar Santoshi
Produced byDharmendra
Written byShyam Gupta
Rajkumar Santoshi
StarringBobby Deol
Twinkle Khanna
Raj Babbar
Mukesh Khanna
Danny Denzongpa
Music byNadeem-Shravan
CinematographySantosh Sivan
Edited byV.N. Mayekar
Distributed byVijeta Films
Release date
05 October 1995
Running time
170 Minutes
Budgetest. ₹6.09 crores
Box officeest. ₹29.78 crores

Barsaat (English: Rain) is a 1995 Indian Hindi romantic film, which was the debut of Bobby Deol (son of veteran actor Dharmendra) and Twinkle Khanna (daughter of late actor Rajesh Khanna). The film was directed by Rajkumar Santoshi. The movie was initially titled Jaan, later changed to Meri Jeet, then Jeet and then Satwa Asmaan, before the Deols settled on Barsaat. Incidentally, after 10 years, actor Bobby Deol worked in a movie with the same title Barsaat (2005 film)


Badal (Bobby Deol) is a naive but intelligent young man who comes from a small village to the big city to attend college. He is introduced to city life by Damru (Harish Patel), who calls himself Danny. When Badal attends college, he meets pretty and precocious Tina Oberoi (Twinkle Khanna) and, after a few misunderstandings and misadventures, they fall in love.

This relationship is not approved of by Tina's wealthy widower step-dad Suresh Oberoi (Raj Babbar), who hopes to marry Tina with his friend's (Bharat Kapoor) son. Suresh complains to the college principal (Vijay Kashyap), that Badal has been responsible for sexually harassing a girl at the college one night, but Tina testifies in favour of Badal and insists he's innocent for the wrongdoing. Suresh then asks a corrupt cop, Negi, (Danny Denzongpa) the city's assistant commissioner of police, for assistance.

Negi arrests Badal on trumped-up charges and imprisons him. Badal's widowed dad Bhairon (Mukesh Khanna) comes to the big city to try to make sense of why Badal is in prison. Suresh gives a contract to Negi to have Badal killed. Negi agrees and hires a gang of ruthless outlaws to hunt and kill Badal. He also pressures Tina not to acknowledge and meet Badal anymore, and Tina reluctantly agrees. When she learns that he is not dead, she goes to him. In an effort to save her, Suresh dies and Badal kills Negi. At last, Tina and Badal unite with the dying Suresh, approving their match.


Box office[edit]

Its total net gross collection was 29 crores and it was declared a "Super Hit" grosser by Box Office India. It was also the 5th highest-grossing movie of the year.[1]


Studio album by
GenreFeature film soundtrack
LabelTips Industries
ProducerNadeem Shravan
Nadeem Shravan chronology
Saajan Ki Baahon Mein
Anokha Andaaz

The music of Barsaat was composed by Nadeem Shravan, and the lyrics were penned by Sameer.

Track # Title Singer(s) Length
1 "Humko Sirf Tumse Pyar Hai" Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik 06:49
2 "Love Tujhe Love Main" Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik 05:46
3 "Dil Pagal Deewana Hai" Kumar Sanu 05:49
4 "Nahin Yeh Ho Nahin Sakta" Kumar Sanu, Sadhana Sargam 06:04
5 "Humko Padhaai Se" Kumar Sanu 06:41
6 "Ek Haseena Ladki Se" Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik 08:34
7 "Ishq Mein Ek Pal" Sonu Nigam, Kavita Krishnamurthy 08:16
8 "Humko Sirf Tumse Pyar Hai" (Instrumental) 05:44
9 "Love Tujhe Love Main" (Instrumental) 05:12

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  1. ^ "Box Office 1995". Box Office India. Archived from the original on 30 January 2009. Retrieved 25 February 2015.
  2. ^ Pacheco, Sunitra (18 February 2015). Sharma, Sarika (ed.). "Twinkle Khanna: From Bollywood stardom to becoming Mrs Funny Bones". The Indian Express. Mumbai: Indian Express Limited. Retrieved 25 February 2015.

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