Lawrence D’Souza helmed as well as Sudhakar Bokade produced Saajan, a 1991 Bollywood Hindi-language romantic subplot movie. Salman Khan, Sanjay Dutt, and Madhuri Dixit appear in the film, which also has Kader Khan, Reema Lagoo, and Laxmikant Berde in supporting parts. This movie’s soundtrack was composed by Nadeem–Shravan, while the lyrics were written by Sameer. Saajan earned a total of 18 crores globally. It was 1991’s highest-grossing Bollywood movie. This was unofficially recreated as Allari Priyudu in Telugu.
The plot of the movie-
Aman, a destitute and lame orphan, is adopted by Rajiv Verma, a rich businessman. Aman is accepted by Rajiv’s wife, Kamla, as well as their own kid, Akash.
Aman and Akash have a strong relationship as adults. Akash becomes a Roadside Romeo and womaniser, carefree, adaptable, and sociable. Aman, on the other hand, produces best-selling poetry under the pen name Sagar, which helps him earn notoriety and millions of admirers. Pooja Saxena, the gorgeous book shop owner, is a fan of his, and she constantly writes letters to him, professing her love and admiration for him and his creative ability. She runs across Aman one day and he knows her, but she is unable to recognise him.
When Akash encounters as well as falls in love with Pooja, he tells Aman about it and shows her a photo. Aman, shocked and disturbed, recommends that he pretend to be Sagar. Akash has no idea that Aman writes poetry under the pen name Sagar. Pooja is thrilled that she may have finally met “Sagar,” oblivious of the reality, while Akash does something like this. Gradually, Akash tyres of pretending to be a poet and discovers not only that Aman adores Pooja, but also that he is “Sagar.” He confronts Aman and drags Pooja into the room, forcing Aman to reveal his feelings for her.
Pooja sees Aman and tells him that if he had disclosed that he is Sagar, she would have loved him. As the film concludes, Akash decides to reunite Pooja as well as Aman by sacrificing his love.
Nadeem-Shravan composed the music, and Sameer and Faiz Anwar wrote the words. With nearly 7 million copies sold, the record was the best-selling album of the year. Nadeem-Shravan won their second Filmfare Award for Best Music Director for such a movie. Kumar Sanu got his second Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer for the song “Mera Dil Bhi Kitna Pagal Hai,” which he performed for Sanjay Dutt’s role. SP Balasubramanyam, Pankaj Udhas, Anuradha Paudwal, and Alka Yagnik all contributed to the album with their vocals. Filmfare Awards were nominated for all of the singers.