Sunny (1984 film)
|Directed by||Raj Khosla|
|Music by||Rahul Dev Burman|
Sunny is an Indian film directed by Raj Khosla and released in 1984. The movie stars Sunny Deol, Amrita Singh, Dharmendra, Waheeda Rehman and Sharmila Tagore in lead roles. Dharmendra played the father of his real-life son Sunny Deol in the film but they do not appear onscreen together. They went on to appear onscreen together in films like Sultanat (1986) and Kshatriya (1993). The movie had two notable songs,namely 'aur kya ahade wafa hote hain' and 'jane kya baat hai' penned by Anand Bakshi and composed by R D Burman.
- Dharmendra ... Inderjeet
- Waheeda Rehman ... Gayatri Inderjeet
- Amrita Singh ... Amrita
- Sharmila Tagore... Sitara
- Sunny Deol... Sunny Inderjeet
Wealthy businessman Inderjeet marries a lovely woman named Gayetri, but is unhappy with this marriage, as she is unable to bear him any children. He starts frequenting brothels, where he meets with an attractive prostitute by the name of Sitara. Both get intimate, and Sitara becomes pregnant. When Gayetri finds out, she is enraged and will do anything in her power to prevent Sitara continuing to dominate Inderjeet's love. Before she could take any steps, Inderjeet dies in an plane accident, leaving Sitara alone and pregnant. Gayetri conspires against Sitara, invites her over, makes sure she gives birth, then tells her that the child was still-born. A devastated Sitara leaves to continue with her life, leaving Gayetri to bring up her son, Sunny, as her own. Years later, Sunny has grown up, has met with an attractive young woman named Amrita, who he would like to marry. When Gayetri finds out, she is initially happy, but relents when she finds out that Amrita is a dancer and singer on TV, and decides to oppose this marriage at all costs. But when Sunny adamantly refuses to marry anyone else, she permits Amrita's parents to meet with. It is this meeting that will change everything in Gayatri and Sunny's lives forever, since Amrita is Sitara's niece.
|1||"Aur Kya Aheda Wafa (Male)"||Suresh Wadkar|
|2||"Aur Kya Aheda Wafa (Female)"||Asha Bhosle|
|3||"Hum Aashiq Hai"||Anand Kumar, Suresh Wadkar|
|4||"Jaane Kya Baat"||Lata Mangeshkar|
|5||" Meri Yaad Aayegi"||Suresh Wadkar, Lata Mangeshkar|
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