Anubhav (1986 film)

Anubhav (English: Experience) is a 1986 Bollywood romantic comedy film starring Shekhar Suman, Padmini Kolhapure and Richa Sharma, directed by Kashinath. The movie did not get much reception on release, but the film is notable for steamy scenes between Shekhar Suman and Richa Sharma. The film also has light comedy scenes. Rakesh Roshan did a guest appearance in the movie.[1][2][3] This film is the Hindi remake of 1984 Kannada film Anubhava, in which Kashinath, director of the Hindi version, played the lead role.

Directed byKashinath
Written by
  • Kashinath
  • Rahi Masoom Reza (dialogues)
Music byRajesh Roshan
Release date
  • 1985 (1985)
Running time
139 minutes


Ramesh (Shekhar Suman) works in a company in city. He gets to know that he is due to marry Gauri (Padmini Kolhapure), who he knew since childhood and also likes her. Gauri lives in a village with her mother and a younger brother. Though Gauri has grown adult, her habits and manners are still childish. Bijli (Richa Sharma) is a mature village belle and likes Ramesh. Unlike Gauri, Bijli is gorgeous, vivacious and understands the needs of an adult man. She is aware of the marriage of Ramesh and Gauri but she has her plans. When Ramesh comes to the village, he finds Gauri to be immature and naive. Gauri doesn't reciprocate the desires of Ramesh. Then Ramesh marries Gauri, but even after marriage things don't change and much to the dismay of Ramesh, he is not able to consummate. Bijli comes to know about this. She titillates Ramesh towards her and Ramesh now can't control himself. They start making love during their clandestine meetings. During one such meeting, Gauri sees them making love, Gauri realises her mistake and repents. She wants to correct her mistake, but the next day Ramesh leaves for the city to resume his job. Now Gauri is alone and she can't live without Ramesh. In the meantime, Bijli reaches the city and Ramesh and Bijli start living together as husband and wife there. After some days, Bijli starts getting bored of Ramesh as he doesn't spend money on Bijli. During these days, Bijli meets Amit (Rakesh Roshan), who lives in the neighbourhood and he also has a bike. Amit is a singer in a hotel. Bijli starts meeting Amit in the absence of Ramesh. Then Ramesh also starts to realise that Bijli is becoming a burden on him. One day Ramesh finds out about Bijli and Amit, and he throws Bijli out of his house. Bijli leaves the house, but Amit accepts Bijli and she goes with him. In the meantime, Gauri and his uncle come to the city to seek Ramesh as he has not replied to their letters, but they can't find him and return to the village dejectedly. On reaching the village, they find Ramesh in the house and now Gauri and Ramesh are together.



The film had four songs. The music was not very notable. Rajesh Roshan also sang one song in the movie. The music was released on Venus records & cassettes.

All lyrics are written by Indivar; all music is composed by Rajesh Roshan.

1."Tere Naino Ne Baan Chalaye"S.P. Balasubrahmanyam, Alka Yagnik(uncredited)05:31
2."Tere Hi Pyar Se Bhuje To Bhuje"Asha Bhonsle05:18
3."Pyar Ka Dil Ko Dikha Ke Sapna"Lata Mangeshkar06:06
4."Bahon Me Aaja"Rajesh Roshan04:23


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