Zameer: The Fire Within

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Zameer: The Fire Within
Zameer - The Fire Within film poster.jpg
Movie poster of Zameer: The Fire Within
Directed byKamal
Produced byNitin Raj Aryadath
Written bySrinivasan
StarringAjay Devgn
Amisha Patel
Mahima Chaudhry
Music byJatin-Lalit
CinematographyHari Nair
Distributed byEklavya Visions Pvt. Ltd.
Neptune Films
Release date
  • 4 March 2005 (2005-03-04)
Running time
150 mins

Zameer: The Fire Within is a 2005 Bollywood romantic drama film starring Ajay Devgn, Amisha Patel and Mahima Chaudhry. The film was directed by Kamal and was remake of the hugely popular Malayalam blockbuster Mazhayethum Munpe. It was delayed for almost 5 years and it was a disaster at box office because its marketing was done as an action film.


The film begins in Kolkata. Suraj (Ajay Devgn) is leading a life of anonymity. But Dildar (Shakti Kapoor), a friend and confidant, convinces him to return.

The flashback begins: Suraj is a chemistry professor in a women's college. One of the students, Pooja (Amisha Patel), is a spoilt and bratty girl who believes in playing pranks in the classroom, including bursting crackers to 'welcome' the new professor.

Suraj's heart beats for Supriya (Mahima Chaudhry), who has had an attack of paralysis. She is undergoing treatment in an ayurvedic hospital. In the meanwhile, Pooja continues to rag Suraj — at home, at college, even at Dildar's wedding anniversary.

The story takes a turn when Supriya's father (Kulbhushan Kharbanda) informs Suraj that Supriya has started walking, without any kind of a support. Meanwhile, Pooja plays a cruel joke on Suraj, pretending to have brain tumor. This infuriates Suraj. But Pooja has fallen in love with him.

Pooja now openly professes love for Suraj. To clear any kind of a confusion, Suraj introduces Supriya as his 'love and life' to Pooja and her friends. Pooja takes it as an insult and considers Suraj a sadist. Pooja decides to quit college and blames Supriya for it. Pooja confronts Supriya, lying to her that Suraj merely sympathizes with her since she is unwell.

On her father's (Alok Nath) insistence, Pooja rejoins her college. There, she learns that Supriya has been hospitalized since she has suffered a mental shock. At this stage, Supriya decides to break off her engagement with Suraj and requests him to marry Pooja.

Supriya's father also wants them to marry, since that's what Supriya desires. After a bit of hesitation, Suraj marries Pooja. But post-marriage, the guilt of having wronged Supriya drives Pooja to depression.

Pooja admits her selfish attitude to Supriya; at this point Supriya's father bursts out and spits venom on Pooja. Suraj walks in at this juncture and gets to know the truth and he walks out on Pooja.

Five years later, Suraj learns that Pooja had committed suicide. But before killing herself, Pooja had given birth to a baby girl who is now being mothered by Supriya, who has fully recovered. Suraj forgives Pooja and unites with Supriya and his daughter, who was also named Pooja by Supriya.



# Title Singer(s) Lyricist Music
1 "Dil Ke Badle Dil To" Babul Supriyo, Shreya Ghoshal Praveen Bharadwaj Nikhil-Vinay
2 "Dil Ye Dua De" Kavita Krishnamurthy, Udit Narayan Sameer Nikhil-Vinay
3 "Kum Nahin Kisi Se" Kavita Krishnamurthy Sameer Jatin-Lalit
4 "Tum Kitne Bechain Ho" Sonu Nigam, Anuradha Paudwal Sameer Nikhil-Vinay
5 "Pardesi Pardesi" Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik, Sapna Awasthi Sameer Jatin-Lalit
6 "Tere Pyar Ne Deewana" Babul Supriyo, Alka Yagnik Sameer Jatin-Lalit
7 "Zindagi Ke Faisle Mein" Udit Narayan Israr Ansari Jatin-Lalit

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