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Phir Teri Kahani Yaad Aayi: A Tragic Love Story
Phir Teri Kahani Yaad Aayi (I Remember Your Story Again) is a 1993 Hindi drama film directed by Mahesh Bhatt and starring Rahul Roy, Pooja Bhatt and Pooja Bedi. The film tells the story of an alcoholic movie director, Rahul, who falls in love with a mentally unstable girl, Pooja, at a rehabilitation centre. However, their relationship is doomed by Pooja's paranoia and instability, and she is eventually sent to a mental institution where she dies in a fire. Rahul is haunted by her memories and unable to move on with his life.
The film was inspired by Mahesh Bhatt's own relationship with actress Parveen Babi, who suffered from schizophrenia and died in 2005. The film was critically acclaimed for its realistic portrayal of mental illness and its emotional impact on the viewers. The film also featured some popular songs composed by Anu Malik and sung by Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik and Sadhana Sargam.
Rahul (Rahul Roy) is a successful movie director who has a drinking problem. He is admitted to a rehabilitation centre by his brother Rohit (Avtar Gill) after he causes an accident while driving under the influence. At the centre, he meets Pooja (Pooja Bhatt), a beautiful girl who suffers from depression and suicidal tendencies. She is also an aspiring writer who has written a novel titled "Phir Teri Kahani Yaad Aayi". Rahul is initially annoyed by her behaviour, but soon develops a friendship with her. He reads her novel and is impressed by her talent. He also helps her overcome her fear of water by teaching her how to swim.
Rahul and Pooja fall in love with each other, but their romance faces many obstacles. Pooja's father (Javed Khan) disapproves of their relationship and tries to separate them. Pooja also suffers from frequent mood swings and hallucinations, which make her doubt Rahul's love and loyalty. She becomes possessive and jealous of Rahul's female co-stars, especially Seema (Pooja Bedi), who has a crush on him. She also accuses Rahul of trying to kill her and attempts to harm herself several times.
Rahul tries his best to support and comfort Pooja, but he is unable to cope with her mental condition. He also faces pressure from his producer (Amrit Patel) to complete his film project. He decides to cast Pooja as the heroine of his film, hoping that it will help her regain her confidence and happiness. However, this backfires as Pooja becomes more paranoid and insecure about her role. She feels that Rahul is using her for his career and that he does not love her anymore.
One day, Pooja has a violent breakdown and attacks Rahul with a knife. She is taken away by the police and admitted to a mental asylum. Rahul is devastated by this and blames himself for her condition. He visits her at the asylum and promises to take her away with him soon. However, before he can do so, a fire breaks out at the asylum and Pooja dies in it.
Rahul is shattered by Pooja's death and is unable to forget her. He starts hearing her voice on the phone and seeing her image everywhere. He becomes obsessed with her novel and tries to recreate it in his film. He also rejects Seema's advances and isolates himself from everyone. He loses his sanity and his career as he lives in the past with Pooja's memories.
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Reviews and Ratings
The film received positive reviews from critics and audiences alike. It was praised for its sensitive and realistic depiction of mental illness and its consequences on the lives of the characters. The performances of the lead actors, especially Pooja Bhatt, were also appreciated. The film was a moderate success at the box office, but gained a cult following over the years. It is considered one of Mahesh Bhatt's best works and one of the most memorable love stories in Hindi cinema.
The film has a rating of 5.9 out of 10 on IMDb and 60% on JustWatch. It is available for streaming on Zee5 and VI movies and tv.
The film was based on Mahesh Bhatt's own relationship with actress Parveen Babi, who suffered from schizophrenia and died in 2005. Bhatt had earlier made Arth (1982), which was also inspired by his affair with Babi.
The title song of the film, "Tere Dar Par Sanam", was a remake of a Pakistani song by the same name, sung by Nadeem-Shravan. The original song was composed by Sohail Rana and sung by Mehdi Hassan.
The film marked the debut of Pooja Bedi, who played the role of Seema, Rahul's co-star and admirer. She is the daughter of actor Kabir Bedi and dancer Protima Bedi.
The film was remade in Tamil as Megham (1996), starring Prabhu Deva, Meena and Abbas.