Dharmendra, Anjali Jathar, and producer Mohan Kumar’s son Rohit Kumar feature in Aazmayish, a 1995 Bollywood film. The film is directed by actor Sachin and tells the narrative of a father and son. To compose the film’s music, Mohan Kumar chose Anand-Milind over regulars Laxmikant–Pyarelal. He did, however, keep lyricist Anand Bakshi.
Despite the film’s failure at the box office, one song, ‘Choodiyaan Banti Hain,’ was a hit, performed by then-struggling vocalist Sonu Nigam and Bela Sulakhe. This film was Sonu Nigam’s first significant break, and he sang all but one of the songs. Sonu Nigam is claimed to have been recommended to Anand-Milind by director Sachin.
Prem Chopra, who plays a villain, owns a construction company. Prem Chopra’s company employs Dharmendra. Dharmendra and the rest of the company’s workers live in slums. Prem Chopra’s father had vowed to construct cement houses for all of the workers, but he died before he could do so.
When Prem Chopra takes over the company after his father, Dharmendra advocates on behalf of the entire labor community for cement dwellings for all of the workers. Dharmendra and Prem Chopra are feuding due to Dharmendra’s demanding personality and Prem Chopra’s commercial acumen. The plot twists as Rohit Kumar and Anjali Jathar fall in love, and Prem Chopra opposes their romance while Dharmendra supports it.
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