Mother (1999 film)

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Mother
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DVD Cover
Directed by Saawan Kumar
Produced by Saawan Kumar
Written by Anwar Khan (dialogues)
Sameer (lyrics)
Screenplay by Ravi Kapoor
Story by Saawan Kumar
Based on Mamma Mia!
Starring Jeetendra
Rekha
Rakesh Roshan
Randhir Kapoor
Sanober Kabir
Music by Dilip Sen-Samir Sen
Cinematography Nazir Khan
Edited by Suraj Ghosh
Production
company
Saawan Kumar Productions[1]
Release dates
  • 16 October 1999 (1999-10-16)
Running time
142 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi

Mother is a 1999 Indian comedy film, produced & directed by Saawan Kumar on Saawan Kumar production banner.[2] Starring Jeetendra, Rekha, Rakesh Roshan, Randhir Kapoor, Sanober Kabir in pivotal roles and music composed by Dilip Sen-Samir Sen. The film is based on the stage musical Mamma Mia!. This film first debut to Sanober Kabir in her acting career.

Plot[edit]

Asha's (Rekha) affairs with three men Sunil Malik (Jeetendra), Kumar Sinha (Randhir Kapoor), Amar Khanna (Rakesh Roshan) lands her with a baby girl, and she must relocate to distant Mauritius to start life anew. She makes up a story about her husband, Mr. Brittania while admitting her daughter in school, heroically saving lives of numerous Indians and being unable to save himself. Now Asha has a grown up daughter, Jiya (Sanober Kabir). She finds out that Jiya wants to marry Mrs. Chaudhary's (Shashikala) grandson, Raj (Rahat Khan). Asha's three boyfriends also contact her one by one that they will be coming, with their respective wives and families to tow, to visit Mauritius. Asha's past is now coming back to haunt her, and Asha must use all her wits to see herself through this crisis.

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Soundtrack[edit]

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Pardesi To Hai Pardesi - (Male)" Anuradha Paudwal, Sonu Nigam, Roop Kumar Rathod
2 "Mother Mother Dear Mother" Anuradha Paudwal, Kavita Krishnamurthy
3 "Pardesi To Hai Pardesi - (Female)" Anuradha Paudwal
4 "Bivi Hai Chiz Sajaavat" Altaf Raja
5 "Ek Duni Do Do Duni" Udit Narayan, Anuradha Paudwal
6 "Chaar Chaar Duni Aath" Vipin Sachdeva, Sadhana Sargam
7 "Happy Days Are Here Again" Udit Narayan, Sapna Mukherjee
8 "Jiya I Want To Love You" Kumar Sanu, Anuradha Paudwal

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