|Phir Teri Kahani Yaad Aayi|
|Directed by||Mahesh Bhatt|
|Produced by||Jonny Bakshi
|Written by||Jay Dixit (screenplay and story)|
|Music by||Anu Malik|
|Distributed by||Tips Cassettes & Recording Co|
Phir Teri Kahani Yaad Aayee is a Bollywood film released on Zee TV in 1993. It was produced by Jonny Bakshi and Nitin Keni, directed by Mahesh Bhatt, and starred his daughter Pooja Bhatt in the lead female role. The lead male role was played by Rahul Roy. Pooja Bedi and Avtar Gill played supporting roles in the movie. This movie is believed to be based upon the real life story between the director Mahesh Bhatt and Parveen Babi.
Alcoholic movie director, Rahul (Rahul Roy) ends up in a Rehabilitation Centre. Once there, he finds out that there is an inmate, Pooja (Pooja Bhatt), who is schizophrenic and has deep ranging mental problems. After an initial clash of personalities, the two become fast friends, and find that they are in love with each other. But Pooja's paranoia and instability makes any relationship impossible, and as a result she is hospitalized in a mental institution. Shortly thereafter there is a fire at the institution, and Pooja is killed in it. Rahul is devastated by Pooja's death, and is unable to take her off of his mind. One of his movie actresses, Seema (Pooja Bedi), and his brother Rohit, attempt to divert his mind, without much success. Then Rahul starts getting phone calls from a girl whose voice resembles Pooja's. Near the end it is found out that Pooja is alive, and she was the one who had burned down the mental institution because "she didn't like it there". Rahul and Pooja run away from the cops and Pooja's dad who wants her back in mental hospital is trying to trace her. They roam the jungle and change places but they are caught by the police in a town and at the climax Pooja snatches a gun from a police officer and shoots herself saying she doesn't want to go back to the mental hospital, she wants to be with Rahul. Her father and Rahul helplessly watch her die.
|"Dil Deta Hai"||Pankaj Udhas (male version); Alka Yagnik (female version)|
|"Shairana Si Hai Zindagi"||Alka Yagnik|
|"Tere Dar Par Sanam"||Kumar Sanu (male version); Sadhana Sargam (female version)|
|"Aane Wala Kal"||Kumar Sanu|
|"Baadalon Mein Chup Raha Hai"||Kumar Sanu and Alka Yagnik|
|"Dil Mein Sanam Ki Soorat"||Kumar Sanu and Alka Yagnik|
A portion of the proceeds from advertising on Digplanet goes to supporting Wikipedia.