Sur – The Melody of Life

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Sur – The melody of life
Movie poster for Sur – The melody of life
Directed by Tanuja Chandra
Produced by Rangita Pritish Nandy
Pooja Bhatt
Written by Tanuja Chandra
Starring Lucky Ali
Gauri Karnik
Simone Singh
Achint Kaur
Divya Dutta
Music by M. M. Keeravani
Cinematography Nirmal Jani
Edited by Hemanti Sarkar
Release date
  • 13 September 2002 (2002-09-13)
Country India
Language Hindi

Sur – The Melody of Life is 2002 Hindi film starring Lucky Ali and Gauri Karnik in the main leads. Its co-stars are Simone Singh, Achint Kaur, Ehsaan Khan, Divya Dutta, Nitin, and Harsh Vashisht. This movie is loosely based on a 1992 Telugu musical hit film Swati Kiranam.


Vikramaditya Singh (Lucky Ali) is a teacher in a music school where he, with others, polishes every students voice to make them stars. Although Vikramaditya is a famous singer himself, he is not satisfied with his creations; he is looking for a special person. His heart longs for someone so special that, if worked on, would be a masterpiece who would be known as the most worthy graduate and world's most talented singer.

He accidentally meets Tina (Gauri Karnik), who has a magical voice. He learns about her when she sings a prayer in church. Vikramaditya decides to take her to his school where she can pay more attention to singing. As Vikramaditya improves Tina's talent, she falls in love with him. Slowly, he moulds her into a brilliant singer, and she emerges a star. In spite of Vikramaditya's dream coming true, he starts feeling jealous when he discovers Tina's success. He is not able to take in the fact that she is better than he is, so he starts competing with her. He starts breaking her confidence, then dominates and overpowers her. Later, Vikramaditya realizes his mistake and compensates for it by letting her sing at a concert that was dedicated to him.



The soundtrack was composed by M. M. Keeravani. The soundtrack was a big rage. The songs "Aa Bhi Jaa", "Aao Tumhe Ek", "Kabhi Shaam Dale" and "Jaane Kya Doondtaa Hai" were chartbusters, while "Dil Mein Jaagi Dhadkan" created a sensation among the youth. The song "Ave Maria" was also popular among the masses for its divinity.

All lyrics written by Nida Fazli; all music composed by M. M. Keeravani.

No. Title Singers Length
1. "Aa Bhi Jaa Aa Bhi Jaa" Lucky Ali, Sunidhi Chauhan 6:03
2. "Aao Tumhe Ek Nayi Baat" Lucky Ali 4:48
3. "Ave Maria" Marijke D'souza 2:44
4. "Dil Mein Jagi Dhadkan Aise" Sunidhi Chauhan 5:14
5. "Jaane Kya Dhoondhta Hai" Lucky Ali 7:12
6. "Kabhi Shaam Dhale" Mahalakshmi Iyer 8:14
7. "Khoya Hai Tune Jo E Dil" Lucky Ali 4:40
8. "Sur (Theme)" Instrumental 2:41
9. "Tu Dil Ki Khushi" Lucky Ali, Sunidhi Chauhan 6:42


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