Jaanam Samjha Karo is a 1999 Indian Hindi-language romantic film directed by Andaleb Sultanpuri, the son of legendary lyricist Majrooh Sultanpuri. It was Andaleb Sultanpuri’s first and only directorial effort.
On April 2, 1999, it was released. Salman Khan and Urmila Matondkar feature in the lead roles, with Shakti Kapoor, Shammi Kapoor, and Monica Bedi providing support. The film was shot in a variety of locations in West London, including Heathrow, Slough, and Windsor. At the box office, it did a mediocre job.
There are eight songs on the film’s soundtrack. Except for one song, which was composed by the pair Anand-Milind, the music was composed by Anu Malik. Except for ‘Main Ladki Akeli,’ which was written by Malik, Majrooh Sultanpuri wrote the lyrics. At the time, the music was extremely popular.
The love tale of a rich casanova (Salman Khan) and a club dancer is told in Jaanam Samjha Karo (Urmila Matondkar). Chandni (Urmila Matondkar), a gifted nightclub singer and dancer, has a difficult life because of her three domineering aunts and a frail maternal grandmother.
She meets Rahul (Salman Khan), a young womanizer, while singing one night and falls in love with him. Rahul is attracted to her, yet he is unconcerned about her feelings. He intends to treat her like any of his other girlfriends and merely wants to have a brief relationship with her, but his fatheraji (Shammi Kapoor) wants him to marry her.
To deceive him, Rahul invites Chandni to play the role of his real-life wife, which she gladly accepts. Rahul and Chandni go their separate ways after Dadaji leaves, but Rahul realizes he has fallen in love with her. Will Rahul re-unite with Chandni or return to the waiting arms of his other girlfriends.
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