Sau Crore

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Sau Crore
सौ करोड़
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Promotional Poster
Directed by Dev Anand
Produced by Dev Anand
Starring Dev Anand
Naseeruddin Shah
Anupham Kher
Raman Kapoor
Fatima Sheikh
Kiran Kumar
Pawan Malhotra
Release date
20 December 1991
Language Hindi

Sau Crore is an Indian film from 1991 starring, produced, and directed by Dev Anand. It also debuts newcomers Fatima Sheikh and Raman Kapoor. The movie is based on the story of Indian Badminton Player Syed Modi who was shot dead on 28 July 1988 in Lucknow as he came out of the K. D. Singh Babu Stadium after a practice session. The murder sent shockwaves through India, especially after the police filed murder charges against Modi's wife Ameeta Modi and her lover (and future husband) Raja Sanjay Singh of Amethi, who was a prominent politician belonging to the Congress Party. The role of Syed Modi was played by Raman Kapoor and politician played by (Naseeruddin Shah).

Plot[edit]

After her husband Raj (Raman Kapoor) is murdered, Kamlesh (Fatima Sheikh) receives a shock and doesn't speak for days. The cause of this is that she indeed witnessed her husband's murder. But who did murder Raj? Was it really the politician Somnath (Naseeruddin Shah) who fell in love with Kamlesh and wanted to marry her? Was it a plot created by Somnath's rival candidate Mohanbhai (Anupham Kher) to win the elections? Or was it Kamlesh herself who wanted to leave Raj and run off with Somnath? It's up to CBI Inspector Kumar (Dev Anand) to find out.

Music[edit]

  1. "Pyar Ke Liye Bani Me, Pyar Ke Liye Saji Me, Pyar Ke Liye Bani Me" - Lata Mangeshkar
  2. "Desi Dhun Videshi Taal" - Kumar Sanu, Kavita Krishnamurthy, Udit Narayan
  3. "Hum Baadsha Tum Baadsha, Sau Crore, Hum Honge Sau Crore" - Shabbir Kumar, Amit Kumar
  4. "Naye Zamane Ke Hoon Ladki, Mai Chhupna Na Janu Re" - Anuradha Paudwal, Amit Kumar
  5. "Pyaar Mein Giraftar" - Ananya Mukherjee
  6. "Pyaar Mein Giraftar v2" - Ananya Mukherjee

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