Suryaa: An Awakening

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Suryaa: An Awakening
Directed by Esmayeel Shroff
Produced by Vijay P. Mehta
Starring Raaj Kumar
Vinod Khanna
Raj Babbar
Shakti Kapoor
Music by Laxmikant-Pyarelal
Cinematography Russi Billimoria
Edited by A.R. Rajendran
Release date
10 February 1989
Country India
Language Hindi

Suryaa: An Awakening is a 1989 film directed by Esmayeel Shroff. The film stars Raaj Kumar, Vinod Khanna, Raj Babbar, Bhanupriya, Shakti Kapoor, Alok Nath and Amrish Puri.[1]


Gangadhar Choudhary rules a small community in rural India with an iron hand, and will never permit anyone to speak up against him. He owns most of the land surrounding his palatial home - save for the small patch of land owned by Veer Singh. He summons Veer to his house, and offers him substantial compensation for his land, but Veer refuses, and the Gangadhar has him killed. Veer's widow dies of shock, leaving behind a young Suraj to be brought up by a kindly widow Mrs. Salma Khan, who is also the mother of Iqbal. Years go by, Suraj grows up joins the Indian Armed Forces, and after a meritorious career, he resigns and returns home to avenge his father's death. What he does not know that he must first come to terms with the local Police Inspector Iqbal Khan, and then the wealthy Collector of the District, Rajpal Chauhan, before he can even think of touching a single hair of Gangadhar Choudhary.



  1. "Pyar Kahe Banaya Ram Ne, Koi Aaye Mera Dil Thamne" - Alka Yagnik
  2. "Mai Ne Tujhse Pyar Kiya Hai" - Mohammed Aziz, Anuradha Paudwal
  3. "Aa Bhagwan Ke Ghar Aa" - Mohammed Aziz
  4. "Allam Gallam Sajana" - Kavita Krishnamurthy, Uttara Kelkar
  5. "Ek Nai Subah Ka Paigam" - Mohammed Aziz


  1. ^ "Suryaa: An Awakening LP Records". ebay. Retrieved 19 October 2014. 

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