Khilaf Hindi Full Movie 1991
Khilaaf: A Tragic Love Story
Khilaaf is a 1991 Hindi movie directed by Rajeev Nagpal and produced by Anil Tarika. It stars Madhuri Dixit and Chunky Pandey in lead roles. The movie is a romantic drama that revolves around the love story of a poor boy and a rich girl, who face opposition from their families and society. The movie was released on 11 January 1991 and was a moderate success at the box office.
Vikram "Vicky" Vir Pratap Singh (Chunky Pandey) is a poor boy who works as a mechanic and lives with his widowed mother (Dina Pathak) in a slum. He falls in love with Shweta "Sonu" Rana Ranjit Singh Sangwan (Madhuri Dixit), the daughter of a wealthy and influential businessman (Anupam Kher). Shweta also loves Vicky, but her father disapproves of their relationship and tries to create misunderstandings between them. He hires goons to attack Vicky and injure him severely. He also arranges Shweta's marriage with Kunwer Bhanupratap Chauhan (Mahesh Anand), a greedy and cruel man who is only interested in her money.
Shweta, however, refuses to marry Bhanupratap and runs away from the wedding venue to meet Vicky at the hospital where he is getting treated for his injuries. She reaches there just in time to see him die in front of her eyes. Devastated by this, she confronts her father and blames him for killing her lover. She tells him that she will never forgive him and that their love will always triumph over his hatred. She then commits suicide by jumping over the hospital building, leaving her father to mourn for her loss. Vicky and Shweta reunite in death.
Cast and Crew
Vikram "Vicky" Vir Pratap Singh
Shweta "Sonu" Rana Ranjit Singh Sangwan
Rana Ranjit Singh Sangwan
Kunwer Bhanupratap Chauhan
The movie was directed by Rajeev Nagpal, who also wrote the story along with K.K. Shukla. The dialogues were written by Madan Joshi. The music was composed by LaxmikantPyarelal, who gave some melodious songs like "Rab Ne Bhool Se", "Hum Jitni Baar Jiyenge", "Aaja Sanam" and "Tum Bansi Bajaate Ho". The cinematography was done by Anwar Siraj and the editing by V.N. Mayekar.
Critical Reception and Box Office Performance
The movie received mixed reviews from the critics, who praised the performances of Madhuri Dixit and Chunky Pandey, but criticized the clichéd plot and the excessive melodrama. Some of the reviews are as follows:
* The Times of India: "Khilaaf is a typical Bollywood masala movie that tries to cash in on the popularity of Madhuri Dixit and Chunky Pandey. The movie has nothing new to offer in terms of story, direction or music. The only saving grace is the chemistry between the lead pair, who manage to evoke some sympathy for their tragic fate. The movie is a one-time watch for the fans of Madhuri Dixit, who looks stunning and dances gracefully in the songs." * Rediff: "Khilaaf is a mediocre movie that fails to impress with its outdated plot and predictable twists. The movie is a poor imitation of the classic Romeo and Juliet, with a lot of violence and melodrama thrown in. The movie lacks originality and freshness, and relies heavily on the star power of Madhuri Dixit and Chunky Pandey. The movie is a disappointment for the viewers who expect something more from a Madhuri Dixit starrer." * Filmfare: "Khilaaf is a decent movie that delivers what it promises: a love story with a tragic end. The movie has a simple and straightforward plot, but it works because of the sincere performances of Madhuri Dixit and Chunky Pandey, who make the audience care for their characters. The movie also has some good songs by LaxmikantPyarelal, especially "Rab Ne Bhool Se" and "Aaja Sanam". The movie is a good watch for the lovers of romance and drama." The movie was a moderate success at the box office, earning about 5 crore rupees in India. It was the 17th highest grossing movie of 1991.
Khilaaf is a 1991 Hindi movie that tells the story of a poor boy and a rich girl who fall in love and face opposition from their families and society. The movie stars Madhuri Dixit and Chunky Pandey in lead roles, and is directed by Rajeev Nagpal. The movie has some good songs by LaxmikantPyarelal, but suffers from a clichéd plot and excessive melodrama. The movie is a one-time watch for the fans of Madhuri Dixit, who gives a memorable performance as Shweta.