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|Directed by||Lawrence D'Souza|
|Produced by||Suresh K. Grover|
|Written by||Talat Rekhi (also dialogues)|
|Screenplay by||Talat Rekhi|
|Story by||Talat Rekhi|
|Edited by||R. Rajendran|
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Balmaa is a 1992 Hindi-language film directed by Lawrence D'Souza. The film starred Avinash Wadhavan, Ayesha Jhulka, Saeed Jaffrey and Anjana Mumtaz. Balma is a not proper Hindi word, but in India people often use the word balma to describe the life partner; i.e. wife, better half.
- Avinash Wadhavan as Vishal
- Ayesha Jhulka as Madhu
- Saeed Jaffrey as Madhu's Uncle
- Anjana Mumtaz as Vishal's mother
- Shammi as Madhu's Nanny Mrs. Pinto
At the end of the movie Dil Ka Kya Kasoor, Seema, the young daughter of Arun and Meena, writes a poem that goes: "Agar zindagi ho tere sang ho, Agar maut ho toh woh ho tujhse pahle..." (Translation: If I have to live my life I will live it only with you, If I have to die I will die before you.)
This poem features in a song for the film Balmaa (1992) that was made one year later. Coincidentally, Lawrence D'Souza is the director for both Dil Ka Kya Kasoor (1992) and Balmaa (1992).
|1||"Meri Saheliyon, Mere Saath Aao"||Alka Yagnik|
|2||"Yeh Mausam Bhi Gaya, Woh Mausam Bhi Gaya"||Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik|
|3||"Agar Zindagi Ho To Tere Sang Ho"||Kumar Sanu, Asha Bhosle|
|4||"Bansuriya Ab Yahi Pukare, Aa Balmaa Nadiya Ke Kinare"||Kumar Sanu, Asha Bhosle|
|5||"Jeene Ki Tamanna Ho, Tum Meri Zaroorat Ho"||Nitin Mukesh, Asha Bhosle|
|6||"Mehndi Se Likh Gori"||Asha Bhosle|