Nigahen: Nagina Part II

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Nigahen: Nagina 2
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Directed byHarmesh Malhotra
Written byDr. Achala Nagar (dialogues)
Screenplay byHarmesh Malhotra
Story byJagmohan Kapoor
Produced byHarmesh Malhotra
CinematographyV. Durgaprasad
Edited byGovind Dalwadi
Music byLaxmikant Pyarelal
Eastern films
Release date
11 August 1989

Nigahen: Nagina Part II is an Indian fantasy film directed by Harmesh Malhotra, released in 1989. The movie stars Sridevi, Sunny Deol, Anupam Kher, and Gulshan Grover. It is the sequel to the Sridevi-lead blockbuster Nagina.[1][2] However, the movie performed poorly and bombed at the box office. As of March 5th, 2021, the film has a IMDB score of 5.2/10 from 284 ratings.


Following the events in Nagina, Nigahen is the story of Neelam, the daughter of Rajiv and Rajni. After the tragic car accident of her parents, Neelam is raised by her grandfather Lambodar (Pran) in the city and is finally brought back to her ancestral home in the country, as a young adult (who bears a striking resemblance to her mother Rajni, also played by Sridevi). There, Neelam encounters and falls in love with Anand (Sunny Deol) who, as a child, was kidnapped by Gorakh Nath, a powerful Tantrik who is revealed to be the disciple of Bhairon Nath, who tried to reveal Rajni's identity in Nagina. Claiming to have amnesia of the events, Anand woos Neelam, and she falls in love with him. Little does Neelam know that Anand does not have amnesia and is working for Gorakh Nath: the Tantrik has set his eyes on a powerful gem (Mani), which grants the one who possesses it, great powers. The only person who knows its whereabouts is Neelam, who unbeknownst to her, was hypnotized by her late mother's Guardian Snakes into going to the old temple from the original story and locating the gem (an event witnessed by Gorakh Nath).

Ultimately, Anand inadvertently falls in love with Neelam and reveals that he is cursed by Gorakh Nath: If Gorakh Nath ever catches him, he will turn him into a snake and entrap him. — hence, Neelam will never be safe with Anand. The story culminates with Neelam inheriting the powers of her late mother. Neelam saves Anand from gorakhnath. Anand reveals his truth to Neelam. They get married. Neelam and Anand fight with and defeat Gorakh Nath once and for all and live happily ever after.


Main Cast[]

  • Sridevi as Neelam - Rajni and Rajiv's Daughter
  • Sunny Deol as Anand - Neelam's love and husband
  • Anupam Kher as Gorakh Nath - Bhairon's disciple

Supporting Cast[]

Special appearance[]


Soundtrack album by
GenreFeature film soundtrack
Laxmikant–Pyarelal chronology
Ram Lakhan
Majboor (1989 film)

The music of the film was composed Laxmikant–Pyarelal and the lyrics were penned by Anand Bakshi. The soundtrack was released in 1989 on Audio Cassette, LP & Audio Cds in T-Series, which consists of 5 songs. The full album is recorded by Anuradha Paudwal, Kavita Krishnamurthy, Mohammed Aziz and Suresh Wadkar.

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Dil Se Nikal Kar Dil Ko Gayee Hain" Suresh Wadkar, Anuradha Paudwal
2 "Kise Dhoondta Hai Pagal Sapere" Anuradha Paudwal
3 "Khel Wohi Phir Aaj To Khela" Kavita Krishnamurthy
4 "Saawan Ke Jhoolon Ne" Mohammad Aziz
5 "Saara Saara Din Tum Kaam Karoge" Kavita Krishnamurthy


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