Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988)

Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988)

Aamir KhanJuhi ChawlaGoga KapoorDalip Tahil
Mansoor Khan


Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988) is a Hindi,Urdu movie. Mansoor Khan has directed this movie. Aamir Khan,Juhi Chawla,Goga Kapoor,Dalip Tahil are the starring of this movie. It was released in 1988. Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988) is considered one of the best Drama,Musical,Romance movie in India and around the world.

Both Dhanraj Singh and Randhir Singh are two bitter and old time enemies. They faced a disastrous situation when there children, Raj and Rashmi falls deeply in love. They openly declares there hatred for one another and will do anything in there power even kill but they will not accept there children's choice. But Raj and Rashmi is dedicated to there love and is not willing to accept the fact that there dads are enemies.


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Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988) Reviews

  • A Memorable Angst


    Of all of Bollywood's 'young' love stories (Bobby, Maine Pyar Kiya, Betaab, etc.) Mansoor Khan's 'Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak' is easily my favorite. Though the story is very familiar (it's "Romeo & Juliet" reinvented for India) there is a tenderness and a freshness to the story which is difficult to articulate. It hearkens a very different era of film-making- there is no gloss to speak of, only story, conflict, and human relationships. Refreshing, yes? Of course, most people remember QSQT for introducing two young starlets who would go on to become superstars: Aamir Khan and Juhi Chawla. Aamir, though undeniably charming, is slightly awkward (this actually adds to the performance) contrasting Juhi's more confident and elegant performance. There is no denying that they make a stunning couple, complementing each other as perfectly as other renown on screen pairs. Check out 'Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke' and 'Ishq' for more blazing chemistry. The other star of the film is the soundtrack: each song is a classic, my favorite being "Aye Mere Humsafar", which is soft, sweet, and perfectly singable. A MUST SEE and a MUST HEAR!

  • A Classic !


    I remember I was 5 years old when I first saw the film, it was the first Hindi film which I watched and I was spell-bounded. It is the most romantic film ever made in bollywood, the best adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. Since this film I have been the biggest fan of Aamir Khan and have watched his each and every film. He was brilliant in the film, looked handsome and acted superbly, the Papa Kehte Hain song made a special place for him in my heart. Juhi Chawla was great too and together they both made a quite cute couple, definitely among one of the best bollywood has seen. All the cast's acting was topnotch be it Raj Zutshi, Dilip Tahil, Alok Nath and the rest. The film scored in ever department like music, cinematography choreography, background score …the works. No one can forget the songs of this film like Aye Mere Humsafar, Ghazab Ka Hai Din, Akele Hain Tu Kia Ghum Hai, the poetic lyrics and haunting tunes of these gems made them timeless. It is one of my most memorable and favorite films. It will not be wrong to say that QSQT is a true classic of Indian Cinema. It came at a time when crass, wild and vulgar action films was order of the day, it brought back romance and melody to bollywood and a whole new wave of romantic films started being made. Eventually the 90's decade was dominated by love stories, in this context it is truly a landmark film in bollywood !

  • We are their children, but not their property


    I was in class eighth when I watched this movie. Those were hard times. My father used to stand beside the television on Friday night as Prannoy Roy's "World this week" would come to an end. As the program used to end, my father would switch off the television to make sure I can't even get a glimpse of the following late night Friday night movie. In such a time me and my sister persuaded my father to go to Durgapur Cinema and watch a children's movie named "Qayamat Se Qayamat tack". 20 years have passed since then. I have watched so many movies of so many languages in the world. But not a single dialog of any of them did influence me as much as this one from QSQT did -> "Hum UN-key Au-lad jar-o-or hay-in, par Jagger Ne-hi". And the last scene hypocrisy of the "majboor Bap" who asks her daughter to pack her bags since "Raj to ate-i hon-gay". It's unfortunate that our nation hasn't changed much in two decades and still families fight over marriages between different castes, religions etc. In fact it has gone worse in some states like MP where fanatic elements can influence the police to bring kidnapping charges against the groom which finally, as it happened recently, required the intervention of the court to sanction the nuptial bond. Amir did a real great job.



    "Qayamat se Qayamat Tak" is an unforgettable picture. It wouldn't be wrong to call QSQT a landmark movie in the history of Indian cinema. A love-story, the type of which can hardly be made again. I t was released in the 80s, when there was a deluge of similar-looking action and formula films. QSQT came in as a real breath of fresh air. It was the ultimate love-story. A story about two warring families, stubborn parents, and despite all this the children of these families fall in love with each other. Aamir Khan and Juhi Chawla were relaunched after making respective debuts in "Holi" and "Sultanate", and I don't remember having seen anybody else fresher than these two. Their pair was amazing. Actors and actresses now lack that innocence. There was no sex and no violence, and yet the film had such a wide appeal. Actually, the simple and the innocent approach of the film was it's greatest plus-point. Another big thing contributing to the timeless appeal of the film is it's music. The late Majrooh Sultanpuri's unforgettable lyrics ("Papa kahte hain...", "Aye mere humsafar...", "Ghazab ka hai din..." and all the songs) and col tunes composed by the Anand-Milind duo (why don't they do something like this once again) were matchless. In a nutshell "Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak" is a movie no true movie-lover should miss.

  • "Romeo and Juliet" revisited


    The 80's were dominated by films based on action themes or crude comedies. Qayamat se Qayamat tak (QSQT) came as a whiff of fresh air. The story is simple - there are two warring families and all hell breaks loose when Aamir and Juhi who are from these families fall in love. Basically an Indianised version of "Romeo and Juliet". The beauty of the film lies in the treatment of the theme. This was Aamir's first film , and he looks stunningly innocent. The music is sweet and adds great value to the film. A really pleasant experience.


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