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Directed byFarouq Siddique
Written byTalat Rekhi (story)
Produced byDhirajlal Shah
StarringAjay Devgn
Danny Denzongpa
Gulshan Grover
Reema Lagoo
CinematographyAlok Dasgupta
Edited bySuresh Chaturvedi
Music byAnu Malik
Time Magnetic Pvt. Ltd.
Release date
  • 5 August 1994 (1994-08-05)

Vijaypath (transl. Path of Victory) is a 1994 Indian Hindi action drama film starring Ajay Devgn, Tabu and Danny Denzongpa.[2] Divya Bharti completed almost twenty percent shooting but because of her untimely death Tabu was recast as the female role. The film was one of the hits of 1994 in India mainly due to its soundtrack composed by Anu Malik, which became an instant superhit.


The family of Justice Saxena is extremely happy until his younger brother Inspector Rajesh Saxena (Suresh Oberoi) arrests a notorious gangster, Bhawani Singh (Anant Jog). Justice Saxena sentences Bhawani Singh to death. Bhawani Singh's brother, Dilawar Singh (Danny Denzongpa), avenges his brother's death, and he kills the judge as well as his driver Shanker. Dilawar Singh also tries to kill their sons. Driver Shanker's son, Karan (Ajay Devgn) loses his eyesight while saving Justice Saxena's son Babloo.

Justice Saxena's wife, the two children, and Rajesh Saxena leave the city. Dilawar Singh finds them and kills the Judge's wife and throws Babloo out of the running train.

Before dying, Babloo donates his eyes to Karan. Karan vows that he will not remove his goggles till he confronts Dilawar Singh.



The soundtrack album of the movie composed by Anu Malik topped the charts in 1994. Apart from the side-splitting "Ruk Ruk Ruk Arey Baba", sung by Alisha Chinai, the mushy romantic number "Raah Mein Unse Mulaqaat", rendered by Kumar Sanu and Alka Yagnik can be heard playing on FM broadcasting radio and stereo even today. The other songs, too, chipped in to the popularity of the album.[3] The album brought off rank 537 in the "Best Albums of 1994" and was in the place 5214 in the "Best Albums of the 1990s".[4]

Track list[edit]

Title Singer(s) Lyricist
"Sagar Sang Kinare Hai" Kumar Sanu & Alka Yagnik Shaily Shailendra
"Ruk Ruk Ruk Arre Baba Ruk" Alisha Chinai Shyam Anuragi
"Raah Mein Unse Mulaqat" Kumar Sanu & Alka Yagnik Zameer Kazmi
"Aayiye Aapka Intezaar Tha" Kumar Sanu & Sadhana Sargam Faaiz Anwar
"Kal Saiya Ne Aisi Bowling Ki" Alisha Chinai Anwar Sagar
"Seene Mein Dil Hai" Kumar Sanu & Sadhana Sargam Zameer Kazmi
"Ladke Aaj Ke Ladke" Anu Malik & Poornima (Sushma Shrestha) Indeewar

Box office[edit]

According to "Ibosnetwork" it collected 7.35 crore (lifetime collection) and was declared a "Hit"[5] It was also the 10th highest grossing of Bollywood films of 1994.


Filmfare Awards[edit]



  1. ^ Seta, Fenil (5 August 2019). "25 Years Of Hum Aapke Hai Koun: With today's ticket prices, this classic has earned MIND-BOGGLING Rs. 711 crores! : Bollywood News - Bollywood Hungama". Bollywood Hungama.
  2. ^ "'I like being around people who do a lot of masti'". 10 August 2015. Retrieved 1 December 2015.
  3. ^ "Vijaypath songs review". 29 October 2013. Retrieved 29 October 2013.
  4. ^ "Best Albums". 29 October 2013. Retrieved 29 October 2013.
  5. ^ "Box Office India 1994". Ibosnetwork. Retrieved 17 February 2012.

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