Bal Bramhachari (1996 film)

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Bal Bramhachari
Directed by Prakash Mehra
Produced by Prakash Mehra
Written by Prakash Mehra
Anwar Khan
Ravi Kapoor
Screenplay by Ravi Kapoor
Starring Puru Raaj Kumar
Karisma Kapoor
Mukesh Khanna
Deepak Tijori
Music by Bappi Lahiri
CinematographyBasheer Ali
N. Satyen
Edited byShyam Gupte
Distributed byPrakash Mehra Productions
Release date
6 September 1996 (India)
Running time
163 minutes
Language Hindi
Budget 2 crore
Box officeest. 4.57 crore

Bal Bramhachari (Hindi : बाल ब्रह्मचारी, English: Forever Ascetic) is a 1996 Indian Action Romantic Drama film. The Producer and Director of film is Prakash Mehra. Puru Raaj Kumar and Karisma Kapoor is in lead role. With this film Puru Raaj Kumar (Son of Raaj Kumar) make debut in Bollywood started his acting career. The Film was a flop at the box office. [1]



Thakur Raghuveer Singh and his wife have no children, and there is no hope of getting a child. Thakur Raghuveer Singh donates a huge plot of land to his friend Professor Vijay Thripati to fulfil his friend's dream to build a college. As Raghuveer Singh yearns to have a child and the professor and his wife ask him to adopt their son. Bhujbal Choudary is not happy because Thakur Raghuveer Singh donated his land to his friend Professor Vijay Thripati enraged as he wants to build a factory instead of a college. To churn out the students from the college, he arranges fake diplomas that have no meaning as an anti-social activity. Then he plans to kill the professor and his wife on the day the foundation stone is being laid for the college. The professor is killed; however his wife manages to escape and take shelter in a Hanuman Mandir there, she gives birth to a son in Hanuman temple. On the request of the dying mother, the priest hands over the baby boy to Thakur Raghuveer Singh. Thakur has already decided to adopt Balak Ram's son named Balbir, so later, he adopts both the children. Balak Ram, who has an evil eye on the Raghuveer Singh property and wants to acquire it as well as wants to kill Professor Vijay Thripati's son named Mahavir Singh, also adopted by Thakur.

Mahavir is specially blessed by Bhagwan Bajrangbali and possesses special powers, and he devotes god Hanuman. Thakur's adopted son studies in the same college run by Bhujbal Chowdary. While in college, Balbir meets with Seema and falls in love with her. Seema's friend, Asha Rana, is attracted to Mahavir, but Mahavir has taken a vow of celibacy 'brahmachari', and does not like any woman to come near to him. But Asha tries all of her seductive powers to make Mahavir change his mind. Eventually, Mahavir falls in love with Asha and decides to tie the knot. He also comes to know of his birth father and his dream. And then takes revenge against their attacker, in a shadowy form that he has magically seen in his dreams.


Box office

Bal Bramhachari was released on 6 September 1996 and grossed Box office collection was estimate 4.57 crore against the budget of 2 crore. [2]


There are 06 songs in the Movie and all the music are composed by Bappi Lahiri and the lyrics are written by Prakash Mehra

#Title [3] Singer(s)
1"Nazrein Lad Gayiyan" Kavita Krishnamurthy
2"Kabhi Na Kabhi Jaana" Alka Yagnik
3"Ram Dhun Gaao Kripal Dhun Gaao" Udit Narayan
4"Zara Chhuke To Dikha" Asha Bhosle
5"Tu Hain Ladki Main Hoon Ladka" Abhijeet Bhattacharya, Sadhana Sargam
6"Humko Kya Karna" Vinod Rathod, Bappi Lahiri

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  1. "Bal Bramhachari 1996 Movie Lifetime Worldwide Collection".
  3. "Song Summary".