Shreemaan Aashique

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Shreemaan Aashique
श्रीमान आशिक
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Promotional Poster
Directed by Deepak Anand
Produced by Shakeel Noorani
Written by Kamlesh Pandey
Starring Rishi Kapoor
Urmila Matondkar
Music by Nadeem-Shravan
Cinematography Dinesh Telkar
Edited by Deepak Anand
Release date
5 March 1993
Country India
Language Hindi

Shreemaan Aashique is a 1993 Indian Bollywood film directed by Deepak Anand and produced by Shakeel Noorani. The film stars Rishi Kapoor and Urmila Matondkar.

Kalidas and Suman Mehra would like their only son to be like the rest of young men, have fun, mingle, stay late nights, and have a girlfriend. But he, Dushyant Kumar, is different, he is pious, worships a lot, sleeps by 8 pm, and is up at 4 am to begin his day by prayers, abstinence from all viles, especially women. Dushyant is influenced by a heart-broken Professor Vishwamitra, who failed in his love relationship with Gayetridevi, and as such has organized several male youth, and made them take a vow of celibacy. Kalidas sends his son to Mannali, where he meets with a young woman by the name of Shakuntala (Shaku), and both fall in love. When he returns home, he intends to introduce Shaku to his parents, seek their blessings and get married, but finds his life in turmoil when he sees Vishwamitra holding hands and romancing Shaku. When Vishwamitra finds out that Shaku is interested in Dushyant, he takes a vow to create misunderstandings between the two lovers, and thus marry Shaku.

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# Title Singer(s)
1 "Aasman Tak Jaa Pahuchengi" Kumar Sanu, Sadhana Sargam
2 "Abhi To Main Jawan Hoon" Anupam Kher, Ajmed Mirza
3 "Bade Be-Sharam Ladki" Asha Bhosle, Annu Kapoor
4 "Chum Loon Honth Tere" Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik
5 "Dekha Jabse Tujhe" Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik
6 "Is Se Jyada Dukh Na Koi" Ustad Ghulam Mustafa Khan
7 "Is Se Jyada Dukh Na Koi (Female)" Kavita Krishnamurthy
8 "Ladki Ladki" Sudesh Bhonsle, Vinod Rathod

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