Khamoshi: The Musical
|Khamoshi: The Musical|
|Directed by||Sanjay Leela Bhansali|
|Written by||Sanjay Leela Bhansali|
|Edited by||Kenneth Phillips|
|Distributed by||SLB Films|
|9 August 1996|
|Box office||₹77.5 million (US$1.1 million)|
Khamoshi: The Musical (English: Silence) is a 1996 Indian musical drama film which was released on 9 August 1996. It starred Nana Patekar, Manisha Koirala, Salman Khan, Seema Biswas and Helen, and marked Sanjay Leela Bhansali's directorial debut. The film won several awards and grossed ₹7.75 crore (US$1.1 million) in India. In an interview with Rajeev Masand, Sanjay Leela Bhansali states that the big failure of Khamoshi generated anger in him, which he used correctly to return with a hit, Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam.
The story is about Joseph (Nana Patekar) and Flavy Braganza (Seema Biswas), a deaf and mute couple in Goa. They have a baby girl, Annie (played by Priya Parulekar as young Annie), who is able to speak and hear. A few years later they have another baby, a boy named Sam, who also speaks and hears. Annie's life is divided into two worlds — one with her parents and the other of music, which she loves. Annie gets her musical inspirations from her grandmother, Maria Braganza (Helen).
A few years later, after the tragic death of Sam, Annie's (Manisha Koirala) life is shattered and music and singing fade away. When Annie grows up she gets in touch with music once again — with Raj (Salman Khan) whom she falls in love with. She starts singing again. When Annie gets pregnant, her father tells her to abort the baby because it will dishonor the family. Annie refuses to go against her church and religion. When Joseph learns this, he asks Annie to leave the house. Raj tries to convince Annie's father that he is a nice guy, but Joseph dislikes him mainly because he is a Hindu who doesn't live in Goa, so Annie would have to live far away from him.
Annie marries Raj and gives birth to a boy, whom they name Sam, after her brother. She, Raj, and Sam go to Joseph's house to reconcile with him. Joseph accepts Annie's boy and approves Raj as his son-in-law. Things are really beautiful until their life takes a drastic turn. Annie and Raj have a devastating accident; Annie is seriously injured and goes into a coma. Joseph, Flavy, and Raj try hard to revive her, even trying to stir her emotionally for the sake of Sam. The broken Raj, Joseph's moving mute "speech", and Flavy's love and hope bring Annie back to consciousness.
- Nana Patekar as Joseph
- Salman Khan as Raj
- Manisha Koirala as Annie
- Seema Biswas as Flavy
- Helen as Maria
- Himani Shivpuri as Raj's Mother
- Raghuvir Yadav as Willie
|Khamoshi: The Musical|
|Soundtrack album by|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
|Jatin Lalit chronology|
|01||"Bahon Ke Darmiyan"||Hariharan, Alka Yagnik||6:49|
|02||"Aankhon Mein Kya"||Kumar Sanu||7:25|
|03||"Gaate Thay Pehle Akele"||Kavita Krishnamurthy, Shraddha Pandit, Khusumum||5:57|
|04||"Jaana Suno Hum Tum Pe Marte Hain"||Udit Narayan||5:13|
|05||"Aaj Main Upar"||Kavita Krishnamurthy & Kumar Sanu||5:31|
|06||"Yeh Dil Sun Raha Hain"||Kavita Krishnamurthy||6:06|
|07||"Saagar Kinare Bhi Do Dil Hain Pyaase"||Udit Narayan, Sulakshana Pandit & Jatin Pandit||6:00|
|08||"Mausam Ke Sargam Ko Sun"||Kavita Krishnamurthy, Shrradha Pandit||6:28|
|09||"Shinga-Linga"^||Remo Fernandes, Dominique Cerejo||5:34|
|10||"Huiya Ho"^||Remo Fernandes, Dominique Cerejo||4:27|
^ Composed by Remo Fernandes
1996 Filmfare Awards
- Critics Award for Best Movie - Sanjay Leela Bhansali
- Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress - Manisha Koirala
- Nominated, Filmfare Award for Best Actress- Manisha Koirala
- Nominated, Filmfare Award for Best Music Director - Jatin-Lalit
- Best Female Playback - Kavita Krishnamurthy for "Aaj Main Upar"
- Best Art Direction - Nitin Chandrakant Desai
- Best Sound Design - Jitendra Chowdhary
1996 Star Screen Awards
- Best Actress - Manisha Koirala
- Best Supporting Actress - Seema Biswas
- Star Screen Award for Best Female Playback - Kavita Krishnamurthy for "Aaj Main Upar"
- Star Screen Award for Best Lyricist - Majrooh Sultanpuri for "Aaj Main Upar"