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|Directed by||Mahesh Bhatt|
|Produced by||Mukesh Bhatt|
|Written by||Jay Dixit|
|Starring|| Naseeruddin Shah |
|Music by||Anu Malik|
|Distributed by||Vishesh Films|
Sir is a 1993 Indian Hindi romantic drama film directed by Mahesh Bhatt starring debutant Atul Agnihotri and Pooja Bhatt in the lead roles, with Naseeruddin Shah playing the title role. Paresh Rawal and Gulshan Grover play villainous roles. The film was remade in Telugu as Gangmaster , with Rajasekhar.
It was inspired by a film Raaj Kumar starred in, Bulundi .[ citation needed ]
Mumbai-based college teacher Amar Verma (Naseeruddin Shah) lives with his wife, Shobha (Soni Razdan), and 6-year-old son, Kunal. When a war breaks out between gang lords Veljibhai (Paresh Rawal) and Chhapan Tikli (Gulshan Grover) alias Jimmy, a number of innocent bystanders fall victim, one of whom is Kunal. This devastates the Verma family. Shobha walks out on Amar, who then devotes his life to his students. Many years later, when he finds out that a student, Pooja (Pooja Bhatt), has a problem of stammering, he decides to help her. He finds out that she is the only child of gangster Veljibhai. Amar meets with Veljibhai, discusses the gang-war scenario, then meets with Chhapan Tikli and does the same. Amar gets the gangsters to agree on a truce so that he can take Pooja and the rest of the students on a field trip to Bangalore. Amar will soon find out that neither Veljibhai nor Chhapan Tikli has any intention of keeping any truce. As the two dons engage in a fight to the finish, it seems that Amar may well have jeopardized his own life as well as the lives of Pooja and the other students. An additional complication arises with Pooja falling in love with her classmate Karan (Atul Agnihotri) and wishing to marry him against the wishes of her father.
The soundtrack album of the movie composed by Anu Malik .. and Penned by Qateel Shifai..
|1||"Jis Din Suraj Ki"||Kumar Sanu|
|2||"Aaj Humne Dil Ka"||Kumar Sanu, Kavita Krishnamurthy (penned by Rahat Indori)|
|3||"Sun Sun Barasat Ki Dhun"||Kumar Sanu|
|4||"Yeh Ujli Chandni"||Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik|
|5||"Hum Se Badal Gaya"||Kumar Sanu|
|6||"Odh Ke Andhera"||Alka Yagnik|
|7||"Band Hoton Se" (Male)||Kumar Sanu|
|8||"Band Hoton Se" (Female)||Kavita Krishnamurthy|
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