Saat Rang Ke Sapne (1998)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 57 mins

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Forced into marriage with a mentally deranged man, Yashoda (Farida Jalal) gives birth to a child, only to have her husband kill himself and the child, leaving her devastated and alone. This leaves her brother, Bhanu (Anupam Kher) angry and bitter at this loss, and swears to avenge this humiliation. His vengeance is satisfied every year when he asks his employee and close friend, Mahipal (Arvind Swamy) to run a bullock-cart race, and defeat his sister's in-laws, and every year Mahipal wins. Bhanu, in his mid forties, has still not married, although he used to actively woo a village belle (Aruna Irani), who still has feelings for him. One day Bhanu and Mahipal give a ride in their bullock-cart to a couple, Baldev (Satish Shah), and his sister Jalima (Juhi Chawla), who are travelling and performing gypsies. During this ride, Bhanu hopelessly falls in love with Jalima, on one hand, and Mahipal wants to ditch the couple midway, as he does not like them. A series of hilarious and comical events highlight this eventful trip.

Cast: Arvind Swami, Juhi Chawla

Crew: Priyadarshan Nair (Director), Ravi K Chandran (Director of Photography), Nadeem Akhtar Saifi (Music Director), Shravan Rathod (Music Director)

Rating: U (India)

Genres: Drama

Release Dates: 20 Feb 1998 (India)

Hindi Name: सात रंग के सपने

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as Mahipal Sharma
as Jalima
as Bhanu
Supporting Actress
as Yashoda
as Baldev
as Prahlad Sharma/Mahipal's Dad



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Camera and Electrical

Director of Photography


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Movie Connection(s):
Remake of: Thenmavin Kombath (Malayalam)
The film is a remake of director Priyadarshan's own Malayalam movie Thenmavin Kombath (1994).

Twinkle Khanna was signed for the film but later opted out.

Tabu was offered Mink Singh's role but turned it down.