Imtihaan

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Imtihan
Imtihaan poster.jpg
Directed by Harry Baweja
Produced by Raju Mavani
Written by Shashi Raj (dialogues)
Screenplay by Dev Jyoti Roy
Starring Saif Ali Khan
Raveena Tandon
Sunny Deol
Music by Anu Malik
Cinematography Rajan Kinagi
Edited by A. Muthu
Production
company
Jayraj Productions
Release date
11 March 1994
Country India
Language Hindi

Imtihan is a 1994 Bollywood romance film starring Saif Ali Khan and Raveena Tandon in the lead roles. It is a remake of the 1967 film Hamraaz starring Sunil Dutt, Vimi and Raj Kumar.

Plot[edit]

Vicky (Saif Ali Khan) is a popular singer, who meets and falls in love with Preeti (Raveena Tandon). He asks permission to marry her from her father, who instantly approves of him. Preeti is reluctant to get married but agrees for her father's sake. Soon, her father falls ill, and he makes her promise that she will not tell Vicky about her past life.

A few years earlier, Preeti had fallen in love with and married Raja (Sunny Deol,) against her father's wishes. Though the two were very happy together, they were cruelly separated when Raja got involved in an accident and disappeared. Preeti returned to her father's house, where she learnt that she was pregnant. She gave birth to a daughter; however, her father sent the baby to an orphanage.

After marrying Vicky, Preeti is quite happy with him. She meets her daughter, Pinky, in the orphanage, and decides to legally adopt her. Vicky, who does not know about Preeti's connection to Pinky, opposes the adoption because he looks forward to having his own children some day. Preeti continues to meet Pinky. However, a mysterious stranger also contacts Preeti. She starts to receive phone calls from someone, and repeatedly lies to Vicky regarding her whereabouts. Convinced that Preeti is having an extramarital affair, Vicky follows her. It turns out she is being called by Raja, her first husband, who is alive and wants to adopt Pinky. Vicky goes out of his mind when he finds about this, but agrees to adopt Pinky when he learns the whole truth. This is followed by some action scenes, which result in Raja's death.

Cast[edit]

Tracks list[edit]

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Chaaha To Bahut" Kumar Sanu, Bela Sulakhe
2 "Chura Ke Daman" Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik
3 "Dheere Dheere Chori Chori" Amit Kumar, Alka Yagnik
4 "Do Baatein Hoo Sakti Hai" Kumar Sanu
5 "Ek Yaad Ke Sahare" Vinod Rathod
6 "Is Tarah Aashiqi Ka" Kumar Sanu
7 "Pyar Hoga Pyar Hoga" Vinod Rathod
8 "Is Tarah Aashiqui Ka - 2" Amit Kumar

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