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  • Original title:Suhaag
  • Category:Movie / Action / Comedy / Drama / Romance
  • Released:1994
  • Director:Sandesh Kohli
  • Actors:Ajay Devgn,Akshay Kumar,Karisma Kapoor
  • Writer:Honey Irani,Tanveer Khan
  • Duration:2h 25min
  • Video type:Movie

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Short summary

Collegian Ajay Sharma was born on 2nd April 1968 and lives in Bombay with his widowed mom, Asha. He is friendly with fellow-collegian, the wealthy Raj Sinha, and both often end up getting beat-up by goons and Madhu (Raj's girlfriend) respectively. After they graduate from college, Raj's maternal uncle asks Ajay to bring his birth certificate so that he could make his passport and find work for him in a department store in Canada. Ajay goes home to look for his birth certificate, but is unable to locate. His mother makes a show of helping him, but instead tears a document and tosses it outside. Ajay puts the document together and finds out that his real name is Ajay Malhotra, his father, Dr. Ravi Malhotra, is still alive, serving a life sentence in prison for killing and stealing a patient's organs. Ajay questions his mother and finds out that his dad was framed by the hospital owner, Rai Bahadur. He and Asha meet Ravi in prison and swear to avenge his humiliation. He and Raj then set ...

Over a conflict for between Karisma Kapoor and the Producers, they decided not to picture the song 'Gore Gore Mukre' on her but Nagma instead. When asked about this, she never knew the reason why they dropped her from the song.

Karishma Kapoor's voice is dubbed in the film.

The film was initially titled Salaakhen.

This was the first film which paired Ajay Devgn together with Akshay Kumar.

Akshay Kumars voice is dubbed in the second half of the film. Akshay refused to dub the film after a problem with the producers.

Dr. Alban's hit song " Its my Life" is played in the film. It appears when Akshay is having a shower and dancing.

" Tanna Tanna Nana" had a cover version in the album Bom Bass. This was the first ever cover version done for this song. The remix was done by Amit and San J of The X Zecutive. This was in 1995.

One of the last films of Ajay and Karisma who split in real life.

Apache Indian's song "Chok There" is played during Ajay and Akshays club scene.

Sacrifice by Elton John was played in the night club scene.

According to the character played by Ajay Devgn, Ajay's birth certificate discloses his date of birth as the 2nd April 1967. In reality, Ajay Devgn's actual date of birth is 2nd April 1969, making him exactly 2 years younger than his character.

Film released same day as Andaaz apna apna in November 1994. Suhaag emerged a hit while andaaz apna apna struggled.

Karisma refused to give dates for the film due to issues with co-star Ajay Devgan. The producers had her voice dubbed and completed the film without her. Film was completed in less than a year and released on time.

tere liye jaanam, tere liye ( Suhaag, Anand Milind) has music 70% similar to Roja Jaaneman ( roja, aR Rehman).

Madonna song Justify My Love is played during a party scene.

User reviews

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    • Author: Welen
    Suhaag wasn't a Big hit and is very underrated. To my opinion this was a hugely exciting movie with just one or two unrealistic scene. Ajay Devgan in a serious role does a great performance. Akshay Kumar is fantastic as the womaniser and slightly dim character. (Count how many times he gets slapped by a girl in this film = almost 100.) Karishma Kapoor doesn't get much scope, the less of her the better. Nagma is hardly in the movie since it is more related about the two friends and the life of Ajay Devgan. The movie has a good script about a Hospital with a few corrupt Doctors led by the man in charge Suresh Oberoi, who kills the poorer people and takes out their organs and sells them for the richer customers. Suhaag does have some breath taking amazing scenes which include Dalip Tahil using a Chain saw on Ajay Devgan and Ajay and Akshay using Dalips corpse as a witness in court. Sounds daft but has been executed tremondously.
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    • Author: Thomand
    Ajay Devgan and Akshay Kumar team up for the first and last time in the 90's and brings a hit film known as Suhaag. The film is an original film made by the awesome Sandesh(Kuku) Kohili. This guy made Devgan's debut Phool Aur Kaante and a few other hits with Ajay Devgan. Akshay Kumar and Kuku's first and last film is also this. The story is typical yet it is well handled and the use of comedy in the first half is effective and the twist is good, not great though. The film is average-good in the first half, second half become good. The story is like this, Akshay and Ajay are two good college friends(typical), they are living their lives and getting into trouble as time passes through college. Akshay's dad wants Ajay to become a good worker in Canada if he wants all that good money. Ajay agrees and to get him a passport, he needs his birth certificate. Now, from here after all the romantic and comic stuff, the movie picks up and thw twist is revealed. Ajay learns that his dad is not dead and his mom has lied to him. His dad is in prison in Canada for selling illegal organs. Now, the duo go to Canada and solve the problems and bring Ajay's dad to justice. The movie becomes an action film and the climax is well handled with a decent action scene. Amongst actors, Ajay and Akshay both impress and entertain in both halfs, heroines are decent, supporting cast and Aruna Irani is good. Everyone is pretty good. Direction is good but not as good as Phool Aur Kaante and Haqeeqat for Ajay Devgan. Music is decent, too many songs though. Overall, another movie that worked and was a hit.
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    • Author: Bundis
    SUHAAG (1994) is a bit of fun based around the creepy drama of a rich guy's gang that uses a charitable hospital to harvest and sell body parts. People are mysteriously dying on the operating table. There's a fairly ghoulish scene of a room piled with cadavers all with stitches over hearts and kidneys, etc.

    With this 'stealing body parts' a the main plot, Suhaag is also rather comedic, sometimes even a little Monty Python, with Akshay playing the same sort of ape-ish goof-ball slap-stick routines that he does in INSAAN. I have no idea why anyone sees Akshay as a goofy comic …? He is very athletic, a good dancer, and he also is apparently quite good at martial arts, at least the 1990's BW style. He and Ajay make a nice double high-kicking' fist-smacking' pair - fighting mobs of evil guys.

    There's one really nice scene where Ajay begs to embrace his Dad who has been falsely imprisoned - and who just happens to have the same looks as in hair & make-up, the shakes, and an almost identical blanket as SRK did in V-Z. Hmmm… Is this the BW classic "falsely imprisoned old guy" heroic male look?

    There are a few good songs – one called Tera Liye Jaanam which sounded very familiar ... and is shot in and around the beautiful turquoise waters of Mauritius with Karisma. There is a fun scene with Akshay in the bubble bathtub, clad in only a scant bikini, doing a sort of shake-your-bootie dance number, with a towel and not much else. He looks good!

    All in all Suhaag is a true blue everything-but-the-kitchen-sink BW romp through comedy, danger, violence, horror, I-love-Mom, prison & court room drama, and romance.
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    • Author: Netlandinhabitant
    after the success of PAK, Kuku Kohli and Ajay returned with Suhaag. The film released in 1994 when Ajay had other hits too as Dilwale. The film teamed him with Akshay Kumar That time Ajay had a relationship with Karisma and he did many films with her this was the last film of theirs, there had a break up before the film it seems. The first half is more on comedy where Akshay and Ajay have a game of one man upmanship, Akshay is introduced dancing semi nude to It's my life, his scenes with Nagma are funny, Ajay's scenes where he puts Akki in trouble are funny, there is also some drama in between but the real drama begins in pre-interval when Ajay finds out a twist in his life and the second half shifts to the hospital where kidneys are being illegally removed from people. We have a gory flahback where Ajay's father Romesh Sharma was tortured after he decided to tell the truth. Ajay scenes with Suresh Oberoi are well handled, In between there are lot of action scenes and some funny scenes too like the AIDS scene lol But the climax when they bring a dead Dalip Tahil to the court to testify is really stupid

    Direction by Kuku Kohli is good Music is decent, Gore Gore is most remembered, picturised on Akshay and Nagma, they are rumours that the producers had a problem with Karisma and hence the song was not picturised on her. Rest songs like Wah Wah Yeh Nakra is good too rest are okay

    Ajay Devgan is good in his rogue act in first half, he is known for being a prankster though lil ill at ease at times, but he is superb in second half in dramatic scenes Akshay Kumar too provides a good support act though he was raw in emotional scenes those days and not too good in comedy yet he does brings some laughs in this film. Karisma Kapoor is okay(her voice is dubbed)while Nagma is decent Suresh Oberoi is fab, Romesh Sharma overacts, Aruna Irani is as usual Dalip tahil is okay rest are okay
  • Cast overview, first billed only:
    Ajay Devgn Ajay Devgn - Ajay R. Sharma / Ajay R. Malhotra
    Akshay Kumar Akshay Kumar - Raj Sinha
    Karisma Kapoor Karisma Kapoor - Pooja (as Karishma Kapoor)
    Nagma Nagma - Madhu (as Naghma)
    Aruna Irani Aruna Irani - Asha R. Sharma / Asha R. Malhotra (as Aroona Irani)
    Dalip Tahil Dalip Tahil - Dr. Sinha
    Tiku Talsania Tiku Talsania - Publisher (as Tikku Talsania)
    Romesh Sharma Romesh Sharma - Dr. Ravi Malhotra
    Adi Irani Adi Irani - Dr. Jagdish
    Suresh Oberoi Suresh Oberoi - Rai Bahadur
    Gufi Paintal Gufi Paintal - Raj's maternal uncle
    Jack Gaud Jack Gaud - Rahi Bahadur's Henchman
    Brij Gopal Brij Gopal - Goon
    Suresh Bhagwat Suresh Bhagwat - Constable
    Ghanshyam Rohera Ghanshyam Rohera - Dhania (as Ghanshyam)
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