Bhishma (1996 film)

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Directed by Jagdish A Sharma
Starring Mithun Chakraborty
Mohan Joshi
Anjali Jathar
Vani Viswanath
Music by Dilip Sen - Sameer Sen
Release date
  • 26 July 1996 (1996-07-26)
Running time
125 min.
Language Hindi
Budget Rs 3 Crores

Bhishma is a 1996 Hindi-language Indian feature film directed by Jagdish A Sharma, starring Mithun Chakraborty, Anjali Jathar, Vani Viswanath, and Harish.


Paro (Vani Viswanath), her mother (Sulabha Deshpande), and her brother, Natwar (Johnny Lever), find an unconscious man near their town. They bring him to their house, and nurse him back to health, only to find out that he has the mind of a 12-year-old child. They name him Bhola. Years pass, and Paro falls in love with Bhola (Mithun Chakraborty) for rescuing her from a molester. Before they can get married, Bhola is viciously attacked and left for dead by Paro's molester, and is hospitalized. While in the hospital, Police Sub-Inspector Abhimanyu Verma (Harish) discovers Bhola is not who he claims to be, but rather a homicidal maniac, wanted for killing three policemen - named Bhishma - and is possibly masquerading as a 12-year-old child to hide from the police. The film is a usual action revenge for Mithun Fans.



  1. "Tere Bina Duniya" - Udit Narayan
  2. "Mere Seene Mein Dil" - Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik
  3. "Kya Nahin Kiya" - Udit Narayan
  4. "Pinjare mein Popat Bole" - Poornima, Jolly Mukherjee
  5. "Dil Jo Lagaye" - Udit Narayan
  6. "O Soni" - Jolly Mukherjee
  7. "Chahe Jaan Jayr Chahe Dil" - Udit Narayan, Kavita Krishnamurthy

Box office[edit]

The film was a moderate success at the box office.


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