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  • NR
  • 1996
  • 2 hr 19 min
  • 5.1  (1,377)

Majhdhaar is a Bollywood romantic drama film that released in 1996. The movie stars Salman Khan, Manisha Koirala, and Rahul Roy in lead roles. The film marks the directorial debut of Esmayeel Shroff and was produced by Pradeep Shirodkar. The story of Majhdhaar revolves around the lives of Amar (Salman Khan) and his childhood love, Raja (Rahul Roy). While Amar is a street ruffian who makes a living by participating in illegal boxing matches, Raja is a rich businessman’s son who has returned to India after completing his engineering studies in London. Despite coming from different worlds, the two boys share a strong bond and consider each other as brothers.

As they grow up, Amar and Raja’s friendship is put to the test when they both fall in love with the same girl, Kajal (Manisha Koirala). Kajal is an orphan who lives with her uncle and aunt and works as a waitress in a restaurant. She is immediately attracted to Amar’s brash personality and falls in love with him, much to Raja’s disappointment.

The love triangle between Amar, Raja, and Kajal forms the crux of the story. The film explores the themes of love, friendship, loyalty, and betrayal. It shows how these relationships can get complicated due to greed and jealousy.

Salman Khan as Amar delivers a credible performance as a street thug struggling to make ends meet. His chemistry with Manisha Koirala is sizzling, and the romantic scenes between the two are a highlight of the film. Rahul Roy, who shot to fame with his debut film Aashiqui, plays the role of Raja, the suave and sophisticated engineer who is used to getting what he wants. He portrays the character with finesse and brings depth to his role.

The film’s music, composed by Nadeem-Shravan, is a major plus point. The songs, especially the romantic numbers, are melodious and have become classics over the years. Songs such as “Dil Jigar Nazar Kya Hai” and “Tumse Milne Ki Tamanna Hai” are still popular among music lovers.

The film’s supporting cast, including Shakti Kapoor, Deven Verma, and Farida Jalal, do justice to their roles and add to the film’s overall charm. The movie’s cinematography, which captures the scenic beauty of Ladakh, adds a visual treat to the film.

While the film’s story may not be entirely original, the film’s execution and performances make up for it. The movie’s climax, which features an intense fight sequence between Amar and Raja, is a major highlight of the film and keeps the audience on the edge of their seats.

In conclusion, Majhdhaar is a well-made film that deserves to be seen by all Bollywood fans. The film’s performances, music, and cinematography make it a must-watch. The movie’s theme of friendship and loyalty is still relevant today, and the film’s message is a reminder that these values should be upheld at all times.

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    2 hr 19 min
  • IMDB Rating
    5.1  (1,377)