Pyaasa (2002 film)

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Pyaasa
Pyaasa1.jpg
Directed by A. Muthu
Produced by Ramesh Sharma
Written by Sanjeev Duggal
Starring Yukta Mookhey
Aftab Shivdasani
Zulfi Syed
Govind Namdeo
Saadhika
Music by Sanjeev Darshan
Nikhil-Vinay
Cinematography Harmeet Singh
Release date
  • 11 October 2002 (2002-10-11)
Running time
145 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi

Pyaasa (Eternally Thirsty) is a 2002 Hindi film directed by A. Muthu. The film tells the story of Suraj (Aftab Shivdasani), a young man, full of dreams, aspirations, desire, but no money. He is desperate for money. He meets the anchor of his life, Sheetal Oberoi (Yukta Mookhey in her first major leading role in Hindi cinema), boss of a Mega Corporate company, who a lot of money with her.[1][2][3][4]

Plot[edit]

Pyaasa is a love triangle with revenge as its base. Suraj (Aftab ) aspires to be a millionaire some day, but all hopes of making it big are squashed by his father, (Govind Namdeo) and uncle (Anang Desai), who don't approve of selling their ancestral land. Sheetal (Yukta Mookhey), a tycoon, hires Suraj to work for her business empire. Prem (Zulfi Syed) is Suraj's cousin and an accomplished businessman, who Suraj detests. What Suraj does not know is that Sheetal is just using him as a pawn to exact revenge from Prem and his father, Anang Desai. How Suraj faces up to Sheetal and thwarts her motives forms the rest of the story.[1]

Cast[edit]

Box-Office[edit]

Pyaasa was one of the biggest flops at the box office 2002.

Soundtrack[edit]

# Title Singer(s) Lyricist
1 "Milti Hai Jhukti Hai" Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik Praveen Bhardwaj
2 "Tere Pyar Ka Chhaya Nasha" Adnan Sami, Sunidhi Chauhan Faiz Anwar
3 "Milte Milte Sanam" Udit Narayan Faiz Anwar
4 "Soni Roop Di" Sardool Sikander Dev Kohli
5 "Na Jaane Mera Kya Hoga" Sonu Nigam Faiz Anwar
6 "Tere Pyar Ka Nasha" Abhijeet, Sunidhi Chauhan Faiz Anwar
7 "Usko Pata Hai" Narendra Bedi Narendra Bedi
8 "Aankhon Mein Leke Pyar" Udit Narayan, Karsan Sanghita, Kavita Krishnamurthy Faiz Anwar
9 "Is Mohabbat Ke Siva" Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik Faiz Anwar

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