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Directed byLawrence D'Souza
Produced byS. Ramanathan
Written byTalat Rekhi
Prayag Raaj (lyrics)
Moushumi Chatterjee
Shilpa Shirodkar
Music byRajesh Roshan
CinematographyLawrence D'Souza
Edited byA. Paul Durai Singham
Raam Raj Kala Mandhir
Release date
  • 7 May 1993 (1993-05-07)
Running time
132 mins

Prateeksha (English: Waiting; Hindi: प्रतीक्षा) is a 1993 Bollywood Action film, Produced by S. Ramanathan under the Raam Raj Kala Mandhir banner and directed by Lawrence D'Souza. It stars Jeetendra, Moushumi Chatterjee, Govinda, Shilpa Shirodkar in the pivotal roles and music composed by Rajesh Roshan.[1][2]


A story of a lovely married couple, Vijay Kumar and Laxmi (Jeetendra and Moushumi Chatterjee), who perform musical shows together with friend Tom Dacosta (Vinod Mehra) and their son Raja (Master Bunty) as their means of living. Dinesh Khanna (Danny Denzongpa), was heartbroken by Laxmi during her college days, and he never quite got over her rejecting him, and when Vijay Kumar was performing a show in London, he takes revenge by coming home and trying to rape Laxmi in his absence. But unfortunately, Vijay gets back home due to the late flight along with Tom and while protecting his wife, he gets murdered by Dinesh and Tom is crippled. The blame was put on Laxmi and she has been sentenced to life. Raja (Govinda) grows up pretty much without both parents; doing various street shows for his earnings. Meeting Renu (Shilpa Shirodkar) leads to mutual love. Meanwhile, Laxmi is released from jail. The remaining story is finding out his journey of meeting his love, career peak, and Dinesh, the villain, on whom he takes revenge.



# Title Singer(s)
1 "Aao Duniya Ke Paar Chalein" Mohammad Aziz, Sadhna Sargam
2 "Are Naachein Aaj To" Kumar Sanu
3 "O Meri Maa" Amit Kumar
4 "Meet Mere Mere Ye Geet" Mohammad Aziz
5 "Sukh Hai To Gana Hai" Mohammad Aziz, Anuradha Paudwal, Boney
6 "Doston Aaj Sur Aur Tall" Kumar Sanu, Boney, Govinda
7 "Om Shanti Om" Anwar
8 "Hua Haseen Ho Tohfa" Anuradha Paudwal, Sudesh Bhonsle
9 "Sukh Hai To Gana Hai" (Sad) Mohammad Aziz



  1. ^ "Movie Overview". Bollywood Hungama. Retrieved 9 March 2013.
  2. ^ "Movie Overview". IMDb. Retrieved 15 December 2015.
  3. ^ "Songs". Songs.PK.
  4. ^ "Songs-2". Muskurahat.

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