Laadla 1994 Bollywood Movie | Anil Kapoor | Sridevi | Raveena Tandon | Bollywood Blockbuster Movie
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Laadla 1994 Bollywood Movie | Anil Kapoor | Sridevi | Raveena Tandon | Bollywood Blockbuster Movie | Jai Shri Krishna Movies. Laadla is a 1994 Indian drama film directed by Raj Kanwar, from a screenplay written by Anees Bazmee. The film stars Sridevi and Anil Kapoor in the lead roles. Raveena Tandon, Farida Jalal, Shakti Kapoor, Aruna Irani, Alok Nath, Mohnish Bahl and Prem Chopra appear in supporting roles. The film initially starred Divya Bharti as the female lead and she had shot most of the film. However, due to her untimely deatin 1993, the film was reshot with Sridevi replacing her. The film is the remake of Kannada film Anuraga Aralithu (1986). In the film, a headstrong factory owner marries the union leader of the factory, to quell his spirit and teach him a lesson. In the process, she ends up learning a few lessons herself.
Producer Nitin Manmohan repeated music directors Anand-Milind and lyricist Sameer after hits like Baaghi, Maha Sangram, Adharm and Bol Radha Bol. The music topped the charts when released. It was among the best selling albums of 1994.
1. "Ladki Hai Kya Re Baba"
2. "Teri Ungli Pakad Ke Chala"
3. "Meri Dhadkan Suno"
4. "Mere Ghulam Tera"
5. "Mere Ghulam Tera" (Female)
6. "Dhik Ta Na Na"
7. "Dhik Ta Na Na" (Female)
8. "Boi Boi"
Laadla was released theatrically on March 25, 1994. The film, upon release, was a commercial success grossing ₹11 crore domestically, becoming the seventh highest grossing Indian movie of 1994.Sridevi's performance as Sheetal Jaitly was widely acclaimed and earned her a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Actress.
Divya Bharti was originally cast in the role of Sheetal and filmed most of her role, but due to her sudden demise on 5 April 1993, she could not complete the movie. Later, Sridevi was signed to play the role. Some footage of Divya's performance was later played on TV for her fans.