Jaan Se Pyaara

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Jaan Se Pyaara
जान से प्यारा
Jaan Se Pyaara.jpg
Promotional Poster
Directed by Anand
Produced by Anand
Written by Jainendra Jain
Starring Govinda
Divya Bharti.
Music by Anand Chitragupth, Milind Chitragupth
Cinematography Shashikant Kabre
Edited by Subhash Gupta
Release date
May or April 1992
Country India
Language Hindi

Jaan Se Pyaara is a 1992 Bollywood family film directed by Anand and starring Govinda in a dual role as Police Inspector Jai and his mentally challenged twin brother Sunder. Divya Bharti, Aruna Irani, Kiran Kumar and Raza Murad also appear in supporting roles. The film is an unofficial remake of the Jackie Chan and Sammo Hung starrer Heart of Dragon (1985) and its inspired version, the 1990 Kannada movie Shivashankar.


Police Inspector Jai (Govinda) lives a middle-class life with his mother (Aruna Irani) and physically and mentally challenged brother Sunder (Govinda in double role). One day he arrests a man named Pandey, and after questioning him, finds out that the person behind this crime was a man named Guman Singh (Raza Murad). He gets on the trail of Guman Singh, arrests him, and keeps him in a cell. Then a series of explosions creat havoc in the city, with the assailants demanding the unconditional release of Guman. With the police having no clue as to the assailants whereabouts or where they are going to strike next, they release Guman. They threaten Jai with dire consequences, forcing Jai to resign from his job. Hoping that he and his family are safe, Jai starts to re-build his life, along with his sweetheart, Sharmila (Divya Bharti). Then tragedy strikes, his mother is killed in an accident, and his brother is abducted by Jagtap Singh (Kiran Kumar) and Guman, who demand that he return a bag containing their valuables. Jai is willing to do anything to get back his brother, but how can negotiate when he does not even have the bag in his possession?


Track list[edit]

  1. Bin tere kuchh bhi [6:58]: Udit Narayan and Sadhana Sargam (song copied from the Kannada movie Eradu Kanasu(1974) "Endendu Ninnanu Marethu Badukiralaare..." Music by Rajan-Nagendra. Starring Dr. Rajkumar, Manjula and Kalpana)[1]
  2. Chanchal chanchal mekhti raat hai [6:17]: Abhijeet Bhattacharya and Kavita Krishnamurthy
  3. Ek ladka tha [4:49]: Mohammed Aziz and Anuradha Paudwal
  4. Raj dulara too meri (Female) [6:13]: Sadhana Sargam
  5. Raj dulara too meri (Sad) [1:18]: Sadhana Sargam
  6. Raj dulara too meri (Male) [6:11]: Abhijeet Bhattacharya
  7. Tale lagale pehere bithale [5:41]: Amit Kumar and Sadhana Sargam


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