Dulhan Banoo Main Teri

Released On - 01 Jan 1999     2hr 27min

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Dulhan Banoo Main Teri
Indian Film History
Dulhan Banoo Main Teri
Indian Film History
Dulhan Banoo Main Teri
Indian Film History


Title Singer Rating
1 Dulhan Banu Main Teri Re Sapna Awasthi 4 Lyrics 6 : 22
2 Tara Ra Tara Ra Pratima (Actress) 4 Lyrics 5 : 36
3 Jaadugar Jaadugar Jaadu Chala Ke Udit Narayan, Kavita Krishnamurthy 3 Lyrics 5 : 39
4 Rabba Tera Main Shukar Manaau Vinod Rathod, Udit Narayan, Lata Mangeshkar 4 Lyrics 10 : 48
5 Mere Man Mein Hai Tu Tu Kavita Krishnamurthy 4 Lyrics 5 : 27
6 Yaar Ka Mujhe Paigham Bali Brahmbhatt, Sapna Awasthi 4 Lyrics 2 : 6
7 Hare Krishna Kavita Krishnamurthy 4 Lyrics 3 : 7
8 Jaadugar Jaadugar Jaaduu Chalake (Female) Kavita Krishnamurthy 4 Lyrics 3 : 40
9 Oh Jaanam Hema Sardesai 4 Lyrics 5 : 49
10 Wo Royi Hogi Shankar Mahadevan 4 Lyrics 4 : 28

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Deepak Raj is the son of a wealthy industrialist based in London. He comes to India Brindavan for a vacation. There he meets the beautiful and naïve Radha, who sells flowers on the street. He is bowled over by her innocence and charm and instantly falls in love with her. Elated, Deepka goes back home and informs his parents about his love for Radha and they are shocked and displeased that their son is in love with such a lowly poor girl. They arrange his marriage to another girl Dolly. However after a while Deepak gets the news of Radha’s death and is devastated. Dolly supports and comforts him. Soon they both agree to get married.


It is later revealed that Radha is still alive and comes to London. She is then held captive by Deepak’s family people, who have hired a hit man, to eliminate her from Deepak’s life once and for all. The movie is directed and produced by B Subhash. The star cast incudes Faraaz Khan, Deepti Bhatnagar, Kashmira Shah, Arun Bakshi, Dalip Tahil, Johnny Lever, Pramod Moutho, Raj Kiran, Anil Nagrath, Vishwajeet Pradhan, Deep Dhillon, Beena Banerjee and Madhu Malti. The music is composed by Raam Laxman.