Ghar Ka Chiraag

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Ghar Ka Chiraag
Ghar Ka Chiraag 1989.jpg
Poster
Directed bySikander Bharti
Produced byRajeev Kumar
StarringRajesh Khanna
Neelam Kothari
Chunky Pandey
Shafi Inamdar
Deepika Chikhalia
Music byBappi Lahiri
Release date
December 22, 1989 (India)
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

Ghar Ka Chiraag is a 1989 Indian film in Hindi directed by Sikander Bharti. The film stars Rajesh Khanna, Neelam Kothari and Chunky Pandey in leading roles. The film was 4th highest grossing Hindi film at the box office in the year 1989.Actor Chunky Pandey himself distributed this film.[1]

Cast[edit]

Plot[edit]

Kumar (Rajesh Khanna) is a very wealthy businessman and lives a comfortable lifestyle with his lovely wife, Asha (Deepika), in a palatial house. The only thing missing from their lives is a son. When Asha gets pregnant, Kumar knows that all his dreams will be fulfilled and his business will be known as "Kumar & Son". Unfortunately, Asha has a miscarriage which results in her death as well as in the death of their son. A devastated Kumar takes to alcohol and devotes his energy and finances to a school for needy children in scenic Mussoorie. It is here he gets to meet the College Principal's daughter, Kiran (Neelam), who he knows is in love with a fellow-collegian, Ravi (Chunkey Pandey). When Ravi takes part in the annual car rally, his vehicle is sabotaged and he is reportedly killed. But the College principal (Om Shivpuri) comes to know that his daughter is pregnant with Ravi's child and when this comes to notice to Kumar, he agrees to lend his own name to the unborn child. Kiran marries Kumar and they lead a happy married life, though Kumar never had physical relation with Kiran. A boy child is born and Kumar rears the child as his own completely ignoring his duties towards his wife. Meanwhile, Ravi survives and with the help of his parents (Shafi Inamdaar) wants to return to Mussoorie. Before that could happen, Kiran's father tells them that Kiran is no more, throwing Ravi into a relapse. Months later Ravi does recover, but refuses to get married. Then five years later he finds out that there is going to be another car rally there and despite of his parents' objections, he travels to Mussoorie and this is where he will find out that Kiran is still alive and even has a son, and her husband is none other than the wealthy widower - Kumar. Ravi must now find out why Kiran's father lied to him, and whether or not Kiran wanted to marry Kumar because of his wealth. Kumar's life is drastically changes once Ravi makes a reentry to their lives.

Soundtrack[edit]

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Tutak Tutak Tutiyan" (Female) Asha Bhosle
2 "Papa Mere Papa" Mohammed Aziz, Sarika Kapoor
3 "Ye Qismat Hai Kya"(Happy) Mohammed Aziz, Sapna Mukherjee, Amit Kumar
4 "Tutak Tutak Tutiyan" (Male) Amit Kumar
5 "Aye Kash Tum Kahdo Kabhi" Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik
6 "Dil Lene Aaya Hoon" Shabbir Kumar, Alisha Chinai
7 "Ye Qismat Hai Kya"(Sad) Mohammed Aziz
8 "Aye Kash Tum Kahdo Kabhi (Sad)" Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik

References[edit]

  1. ^ Shaikh Ayaz (4 January 2014). "The Second Life of Chunky Pandey". OPEN Magazine. Retrieved 11 June 2017.

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