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Shekhar is the son of an orthodox Hindu Narayana Pillai living in a coastal village in Tamil Nadu. A journalism student studying in Bombay, Shekhar visits home to be with his family. On one of his return trips, he notices Shaila Banu, a Muslim schoolgirl in the village and loses his heart to her. Initially shy, Shaila seeks to distance herself from Shekhar, but after frequent run-ins, and days of pursuit, Shaila begins to like Shekhar. Eventually, they both fall in love. Shekhar meets Shaila's father Basheer Ahmed and reveals he wants to marry her. Basheer throws him out, citing difference in religions. Shekhar reveals his interest to his father Pillai, who becomes angry, meets Basheer and gets into an abusive argument with him. Upset with rejection from both families, Shekhar leaves the village and returns to Bombay. Through Shaila's friend, he sends her a letter and a ticket for her to travel to Bombay. However, she is undecided; Basheer comes to know of her regular letters from Shekhar and plans to get her married immediately to stop this relation growing further. Left with no choice, Shaila leaves the village with the ticket sent by Shekhar and reaches Bombay. They get married and lead a happy life. Shaila conceives and delivers twins who are named Kabir Narayan and Kamal Basheer. The twins are raised in both religions. Shekhar continues to work as a journalist, while Shaila takes care of home and children. After six years, Shekhar and Shaila settle down in their life and begin the process of re-establishing a relationship with their respective families. When the Babri Masjid is demolished by Hindu resurgents on 6 December 1992, riots break out in Bombay. Kabir and Kamal, who had gone to buy groceries, get caught in the riots; eventually, Shekhar and Shaila save them and reach home safely. Narayana Pillai, who receives the news of the riots, rushes to Bombay to meet his son and his family. Everyone is happy with his arrival, and he stays with them. Soon, Basheer also comes with his wife and all of them live together happily for a few days. Both Pillai and Basheer are happy with their grandchildren and wish to be with them. On 5 January 1993, when two murders are interpreted as communal killings, another riot breaks up in Bombay, raising tensions between Hindu and Muslims and they clash in the streets. Hundreds of poor people belonging to both the religions die. The mansion where Shekhar stays with his family also gets burnt. When Shekhar evacuates everyone, Narayana Pillai, Basheer and his wife get caught in the fire accident and die. The children who run to save themselves get separated from their parents. Shekhar and Shaila begin to search for them and they go through several tense moments. Shekhar participates in the movement to stop the riots with other religious leaders (who realise the futility of the riots by then) and succeeds. When the riots stop, the children who were saved by people from different religions, also turn up and join their parents.

Record Details


Bombay - 602557563887

Star Cast

Arvind Swamy, Manisha Koirala, Tinu Anand, Naseer, Sonali Bendre, Radhabai, Sheela, Akash Khurana, Kitty William, Venkatesh, Arun, Vinay Malhotra & Priya


Mani Ratnam


S. Sriram


Hariharan, Kavita Krishnamurthy, K.S. Chithra, A.R. Rahman, Pallavi, Anupama, Shuba, Noel James, Srinivas, Udit Narayan, G.V. Prakash, Shardha, Remo Fernandes, Swarnalatha, Suresh Peters & Sujatha Mohan


A.R. Rahman



Releasing Year



Original Soundtrack





Made In



Universal Music Group

Serial No


Side One

  • Tu Hi Re

Hariharan & Kavita Krishnamurthy

  • Kehna Hi Kya

K.S. Chithra, A.R. Rahman & Chorus

  • Kuch Bhi Na Socho

Pallavi, Anupama, Shuba, Noel James & Srinivas

Side Two


  • Kucchi Kucchi Rakkamma

Udit Narayan, Kavita Krishnamurthy, G.V. Prakash & Shardha

  • Ek Ho Gaya Hum Aur Tum

Remo Fernandes, Swarnalatha & Suresh Peters

  • Aankhon Mein Ummeedon

Sujatha Mohan & Chorus

  • Bombay Theme (Instrumental)



12 Inches


33 RPM

Record Condition


Cover Condition 


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Director - 1Mani Ratnam
Lyrics - 1Mehboob
Music - 1A.R. Rahman
Producer - 1S. Sriram
Record Details
GenreOriginal Soundtrack
Releasing Year1995
Size12 Inches
Speed33 RPM
Singer - 1Hariharan
Singer - 2 Kavita Krishnamurthy
Singer - 3K.S. Chithra
Singer - 4A.R. Rahman
Singer - 5 Pallavi
Singer - 6Anupama
Singer - 7Shuba
Singer - 8Noel James
Singer - 9Srinivas
Singer - 10Udit Narayan
Singer - 11G.V. Prakash
Singer - 12Shardha
Singer - 13Remo Fernandes
Singer - 14Swarnalatha
Singer - 15Suresh Peters
Singer - 16Sujatha Mohan
Side1 - Song1Tu Hi Re
Side1 - Song2Kehna Hi Kya
Side1 - Song3Kuch Bhi Na Socho
Side2 - Song1Kucchi Kucchi Rakkamma
Side2 - Song2Ek Ho Gaya Hum Aur Tum
Side2 - Song3Aankhon Mein Ummeedon
Side2 - Song4Bombay Theme (Instrumental)
Star - 1Arvind Swamy
Star - 2Manisha Koirala
Star - 3Tinu Anand
Star - 4Naseer
Star - 5Sonali Bendre
Star - 6Radhabai
Star - 7Sheela
Star - 8Akash Khurana
Star - 9Kitty William
Star - 10Venkatesh
Star - 11Arun
Star - 12Vinay Malhotra
Star - 13Priya