Suhaag (1994 film)

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Suhaag Poster.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by Kuku Kohli
Produced by Balraj Irani
Written by Honey Irani
Tanveer Khan
Starring Akshay Kumar
Ajay Devgan
Karisma Kapoor
Music by Anand-Milind
Cinematography Sameer Arya
Edited by Kuldip K. Mehan
Distributed by Shweta International
Release date
4 November 1994
Running time
162 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi
Budget 30 million[1]
Box office 121.45 million[1]

Suhaag (English: Husband) is 1994 Indian Hindi action thriller drama film directed by Kuku Kohli starring Ajay Devgan, Akshay Kumar, Karisma Kapoor and Nagma. Suhaag was one of the highest grossing Bollywood films of 1994.


The story is about Raj (Akshay Kumar) & Ajay (Ajay Devgan) who are best friends studying in the same college. Madhu (Nagma) & Pooja (Karisma Kapoor) are their respective girlfriends. Raj is from a rich family. He stays with his uncle (Gufi Paintal) as his father (Dalip Tahil) lives in another town. Ajay Sharma was born on 2 April 1967 and lives in Bombay with his widowed mother Asha (Aruna Irani). Raj treats Ajay's mother as his own mother & they share a brotherly relationship. After graduating from college, Raj's maternal uncle asks Ajay to bring his birth certificate so that he can make his passport and find work for him in Canada. Ajay goes home to look for his birth certificate and finds out that his real name is Ajay Malhotra and his father, Dr. Ravi Malhotra (Romesh Sharma), is still alive, serving a life sentence in prison for stealing a patient's organs. Ajay questions his mother and finds out that his father was framed by the hospital owner, Rai Bahadur (Suresh Oberoi). Upon discovering the truth, Raj and Ajay go to fight Rai Bahadur & release his father. In the course of their investigation it is revealed that Raj's father whose name is Dr. Sinha (Dalip Tahil) also a key member of the Rai Bahadur's hospital & was involved in framing Ajay's father. Rai bahadur counterattacks by killing Raj's father before he could go to court. Then Raj and Ajay bring the corpse of Dr.Sinha in courtroom just before the deadline of time of case. They create an illusion that Dr. Sinha is still alive and by that they made corpse pointing finger at Rai bahadur. Angry Rai tries to shoots at him into the court. Then in the chase of police he got killed.


Box office[edit]

According to Boxoffice-India, Suhaag grossed 12.15 crore.[1] It was also the seventh highest grossing Bollywood film of 1994.[2]


The song "Tere Liye Jaanam" resembles the song "Kaadhal Rojave" (Hindi version: "Roja Jaaneman" sung by S.P. Balasubrahmanyam, Chitra) from Roja and the song "Pyar Pyar" was inspired from the song "Rose Rose Rose Roja Puvva" (sung by S.P. Balasubrahmanyam, Chithra) from Allari Priyudu. Another song "Ye Nakhra Ladki Ka" is copied from Pakistani song "Shova Shova".[citation needed] The album was one of the best selling albums of 1994.[3]

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Gore Gore Mukhde Pe" Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik
2 "Kagaz Kalam" Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik
3 "Tere Liye Jaanam" S.P. Balasubrahmanyam, Chitra
4 "Main Dekhu Tumhe" Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik
5 "Pyar Pyar" Udit Narayan, Bela Sulakhe
6 "Yeh Nakhra Ladki Ka" Kumar Sanu, Udit Narayan & Alka Yagnik
7 "Taa Na Na" Udit Narayan, Sadhana Sargam


  1. ^ a b c "Suhaag - Movie - Box Office India". Retrieved 2016-07-28. 
  2. ^ "Box Office India 1994". Box Office India. Retrieved 17 February 2012. 
  3. ^ "Suhaag one of the most sold music album of 1994". 

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