|Directed by||Sooraj R. Barjatya|
|Produced by||Ajit Kumar Barjatya
Kamal Kumar Barjatya
|Screenplay by||Sooraj R. Barjatya|
|Story by||Sooraj R. Barjatya|
|Music by||Ravindra Jain|
|Distributed by||Rajshri Productions|
|10 November 2006|
- Shahid Kapoor as Prem
- Amrita Rao as Poonam
- Anupam Kher as Harischandra
- Alok Nath as Krishnakant a.k.a. Uncle
- Seema Biswas as Rama a.k.a. Aunt
- Samir Soni as Sunil
- Lata Sabharwal as Bhavna
- Manoj Joshi as Bhagatji
- Amrita Prakash as Rajni a.k.a. Chhoti
- Ameya Pandya as Rahul
Poonam (Amrita Rao) is a white collar class young lady who lives in the residential community of Madhupur. After the passing of her guardians, when she was exceptionally youthful, her uncle Krishnakant (Alok Nath) satisfied the void of a father in her life. On the other hand, her auntie (Seema Biswas) can’t acknowledge Poonam as her own particular tyke, driven by the way that her own little girl Rajni (Amrita Prakash) is dull in complexion and less wonderful than Poonam. Harishchandra (Anupam Kher), a famous businessman, from New Delhi has two children, Sunil (Samir Soni) who has hitched Bhavna (Lata Sabharwal) and Prem (Shahid Kapoor), who is a mild-mannered and knowledgeable individual.
Poonam’s straightforward and warm mien awes Bhagatji (Manoj Joshi), a dear companion of Krishnakant and a jeweller dealer by calling. Bhagatji takes Poonam’s engagement proposition for Prem. At the point when Harishchandra takes his conclusion on the suggestion, Prem is at first reluctant and feels he is excessively youthful for marriage and needs, making it impossible to concentrate on his profession first. Harishchandra persuades Prem to meet Poonam before choosing about anything. Regarding father’s wishes, Prem consents to meet Poonam, become more acquainted with better and after that take a choice. They visit Krishnakant’s family and let Prem and Poonam get to know one another. In spite of the fact that their first discussion is unbalanced, Prem and Poonam consent to get hitched, as they are in a flash pulled in to one another. Prem and Poonam gets drew in and set to be hitched in six months. Krishnakant welcomes Prem’s family to their mid year habitation in Som Sarovar, so Prem and Poonam get the chance to know one another better.
Prem and Poonam experience the most mystical and sentimental time of their lives. Originating from distinctive sensibilities, both need their relationship to be ideal for one another. Both understand the significance of the wedding bands that they have given to one another and the unique right that they must one another consequently. They start to experience passionate feelings for and get to be appended to one another, because of the delicate goading of their individual kin. Following a few days, Harishchandra and his family return home to go to their business, which leaves Poonam and Prem the decision to impart through phone and letter. Prem joins the family business and tackles an overwhelming presentation in Japan. After giving back, the family brings Poonam as an amazement and they commend their engagement.
In any case, two days before the genuine wedding, a flame breaks out at Krishnakant’s home. In spite of the fact that Poonam comes up short on the house in time, she understands that Rajni is still inside and goes to spare her. Poonam gets vigorously blazed all the while. The specialist educates her dad that in such cases, even families repudiate their own. He broken heartedly calls Prem great is leaving for Madhapur. Great is going to sign the waiver permitting her surgery, he starts to cry and can’t do as such. Turning upward, he sees Prem has arrived, resolved to wed Poonam regardless of her wounds and carrying with him the finest specialists from Delhi. He weds her casually before their surgery. With the guide of the Delhi specialists, the healing center effectively perform surgery on Poonam. A month and a half later, after a drawn out stay at the healing center, Poonam and Prem are customarily hitched and go home to their new life.
The soundtrack (Songs and the Background Music) and verses for Vivah was scored by Ravindra Jain. Vivah was seventh joint effort of Ravindra Jain with Rajshri Productions.It was delivered under the Saregama mark. The arranger essentially gave unique significance to “taal” and selected to keep two “antras” trailed by a “mukhra” in the melodies. The symphony consolidates with established Indian instruments, similar to the sitar, sarod, violin, dholak and tabla to deliver a mix between traditional western and established Indian music.The complete film soundtrack collection was released on 26 September 2006.
|Vivah track listing|
|1.||“Mujhe Haq Hai”||Udit Narayan, Shreya Ghoshal||5:02|
|2.||“Do Anjaane Ajnabi”||Udit Narayan, Shreya Ghoshal||5:02|
|3.||“Milan Abhi Aadha Adhura”||Udit Narayan, Shreya Ghoshal||5:47|
|4.||“Hamari Shaadi Mein”||Babul Supriyo, Shreya Ghoshal||5:17|
|5.||“O Jiji”||Pamela Jain, Shreya Ghoshal||5:20|
|6.||“Tere Dware Pe Aai Baraat”||Sudesh Bhonsle||3:58|
|7.||“Savaiyaa — Raadhey Krishn Ki Jyoti”||Shreya Ghoshal||2:16|
|8.||“Kal Jisne Janam Yahan Paaya”||Suresh Wadkar, Kumar Sanu & Ravindra Jain||7:43|
|9.||“Savaiyaa- Chhota Sa Saajan”||Suresh Wadkar||1:21|