Phir Wahi Raat

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Phir Wohi Raat
Directed byDanny Denzongpa
Produced byN.N.Sippy
StarringRajesh Khanna
Danny Denzongpa
Aruna Irani
Lalita Pawar
A.K. Hangal
Suresh Oberoi
Shubha Khote
Music byMusic Director:
Rahul Dev Burman
Majrooh Sultanpuri
Release date
August 15, 1980[1]
Running time
146 mins[2]
Box office 2.8 crore (1980)

Phir Wahi Raat (Hindi: फिर वही रात; transliteration: Same night again) is a 1980 suspense film of horror genre starring Rajesh Khanna in the lead role as a psychologist doctor opposite Kim, then girlfriend of Danny. The film music and scores composed by R.D. Burman. This is the first and the only film directed by Danny Denzongpa.


A woman named Asha lives in a hostel where she gets tortured by nightmares. Later on she goes to Dr. Vijay (her lover) for treatment. She leaves the hostel after she realises that neither the hostel authorities nor her friends from hostel are happy due to her behaviour. Her dreams are of her insane aunt who tries to strangle her. Her aunt killed her mother years ago in their ancestral mansion. After understanding her case, Dr. Vijay decides to take her far away from the city to her ancestral mansion, where she spent her childhood. Shobha, a close friend of Asha, also decides to accompany Asha to the mansion. In the big old mansion, Asha witnesses lots of things which make her more scared. Vijay does not agree with her. Later Ashok, a cousin of Asha, comes to India to meet her. Later, on Asha's birthday during the party, Ashok's wife gets murdered. After a lot of twists and turns, the mystery gets solved but only after a few more murders at the hands of the villain Ashok.




# Song Singer
1 "Bindiya Tarse Kajra Barse" - 1 Lata Mangeshkar
2 "Bindiya Tarse Kajra Barse" - 2 Lata Mangeshkar
3 "Sang Mere Nikle The Saajan" Kishore Kumar
Lata Mangeshkar
4 "Chhalkao Jhumke Paimana Khushi Ka" Kishore Kumar
5 "Dekho Idhar Dekho" Kishore Kumar
Asha Bhosle
Sushma Shrestha
6 "Phir Wahi Raat Aayi Jaanejaan" Asha Bhosle
7 "Aa Gaye Yaaron Jeene Ke Din" Mohammed Rafi


  1. ^ "Phir Wahi Raat(1980-Hindi)". Gomolo. Archived from the original on 4 August 2012.
  2. ^ "Phir Wohi Raat(1980)". Chakpak. Archived from the original on 23 July 2012.

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