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For the given name, see Jigar (given name).
Jigar 1992 film poster.jpg
Film poster
Directed by Farogue Siddique
Produced by Salim Akhtar
Written by Tanveer Khan,
Naeem-Ejaz (dialogues)
Screenplay by Farook Siddiqui,
Lalit Mahajan
Story by Veeru Devgan (story idea)
Starring Ajay Devgan
Karisma Kapoor
Music by Anand-Milind
Cinematography Akram Khan
Edited by Suresh Chaturvedi
Aftab Pictures
Release date
23 October 1992
Running time
161 mins
Country India
Language Hindi

Jigar is a 1992 Bollywood martial arts action film directed by Farogh Siddique. It was inspired by the 1989 Hollywood movie Kickboxer. Jigar was released during Diwali weekend and proved to be successful. It was Ajay Devgn's second success after Phool Aur Kaante and premiered at the Plaza cinema, Mumbai.


Raju and Duryodhan are very good friends. Suman is Raju's love interest and is like a sister to Duryodhan. Duryodhan is a wrestler and works at a martial arts training school owned by Lal Bihari. Due to some misunderstanding between Raju, Duryodhan and Raju's sister, she is raped by Duryodhan. This angers Raju but he fails in avenging his sister because Duryodhan is a wrestler. Raju starts training as a fighter under Baba Thakur. After being fully trained he avenges all of his enemies. Duryodhan is killed in the ring itself and Lal Bihari is killed by Suman.



The music was composed by Anand-Milind while Sameer penned the songs. The song Pyar Ke Kagaz proved to be the biggest hit of the album. The album managed to feature in the top selling albums of 1992.[1]

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Pyar Ke Kagaz Pe" Abhijeet, Sadhana Sargam
2 "Tujhko Bahon Mein Bhar" Udit Narayan, Sadhana Sargam
3 "Ek Pal Ek Din" Pankaj Udhas, Sadhana Sargam
4 "Mere Dil Ko Karrar" Udit Narayan, Sadhana Sargam
5 "Log Barson Juda" Kavita Krishnamurthy
6 "Mohabbat Hai Khushboo" Mohammad Aziz
7 "Aaye Hum Barati" Kumar Sanu, Kavita Krishnamurthy


  1. ^ "Jigar among most sold music albums of 1992". Archived from the original on 14 June 2012. 

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