Phool (1993 film)

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DVD cover
Directed by Singeetam Srinivasa Rao
Produced by Rajendra Kumar

Sunil Dutt
Kumar Gaurav
Madhuri Dixit

Rajendra Kumar
Music by Anand Milind
Release date
  • 30 July 1993 (1993-07-30)
Country India
Language Hindi

Phool is a 1993 Bollywood film directed by Singeetam Srinivasa Rao starring Kumar Gaurav and Madhuri Dixit in lead roles along with Sunil Dutt and Rajendra Kumar in supporting roles. The film is produced by actor Rajendra Kumar who is the father of Kumar Gaurav, both in real life and in the film. This film marked Rajendra Kumar's final film appearance.


Dharamraaj (Rajendra Kumar) and Balram Choudhary (Sunil Dutt) are two friends who earn their living by farming. Dharamraaj lives with his mom and son, Raju (Kumar Gaurav) and Balram lives with his wife Savitri and a daughter Guddi (Madhuri Dixit). To cement their friendship both fathers fix their children's wedding. This event is blessed by Mouni Baba from the local Shiv Mandir, whose predictions have never been proved to be wrong. Dharamraaj then goes to Bombay to be a businessman and Raju is sent to a hostel and then to America for further studies.

Years later Dharamraaj informs Balram that the marriage cannot take place. Balram returns home with this news and in shock, his wife Savitri passes away. Romance enters Guddi's life when she meets a journalist named Gopal. Balram disapproves of Gopal meeting Guddi secretly. Gopal promises that he will not meet Guddi again until they are married. When Gopal does not return, Guddi goes to Mouni Baba and is told that Gopal has not been true to her. Gopal then reveals that he is Raju. Guddi swears never to speak with or about Raju or his family again.

Guddi's father then arranges her marriage to a local troublemaker and Raju begins to drink, upset that he has been thrown out of Guddi's life. Balram then has Raju arrested and locked up to prevent him from interfering with the wedding. Dharamraaj turns up at Balram's house to try and save his son and finds out Balram is set to wed his daughter. Raju manages to escape from police custody and abducts Guddi on her wedding day.

After Guddi's fiancée catches up with Raju, a fight ensues and Raju overpowers and takes Guddi to the local temple to get married. Guddi is still not willing to marry him and tells him that she hates him. Raju gives her a gun and tells her if she really does hate him to shoot and kill him. Suddenly, Raju is shot but it is not Guddi who has shot him but a local madman who is also in love with Guddi. Guddi then confesses her love for Raju. Balram and Dharamraaj turn up at the end to save Raju from the bullet wound. In the end he is saved and he ends up marrying Guddi.



The music for the film is composed by Anand Milind while lyrics are penned by Anand Bakshi.

1."Baharon Ki Maangi Hui Ek Dua"Kavita Krishnamurthy, Udit Narayan06:56
2."Baharon Ki Mangi Hui Ek Dua (Male)"Udit Narayan01:14
3."Ok Ok"Udit Narayan05:50
4."Sajna O Sajna"Sadhana Sargam06:34
5."Kitna Pyar Karta Hoon"Kumar Sanu, Sadhana Sargam06:35
6."Do Deewane"Kumar Sanu04:52
7."Saal Ke Baarah Mahine"Kavita Krishnamurthy, Udit Narayan09:17


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