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aghban (2003 film) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Baghban Baghban 2003 poster.jpg Theatrical release poster Directed by Ravi Chopra Written by B. R. Chopra Achala Nagar Satish Bhatnagar Ram Govind Shafiq Ansari Produced by B. R. Chopra Starring Amitabh Bachchan Hema Malini Cinematography Barun Mukherjee Edited by Shailendra Doke Godfrey Gonsalves Shashi Mane Music by Aadesh Shrivastava Uttam Singh Production company B. R. Films Release date 2 October 2003 (Leeds International Film Festival) 3 October 2003 (India) Running time 181 minutes Country India Language Hindi Budget ?70 million Box office ?431.1 million Baghban (transl. Gardener) is a 2003 Indian Hindi-language drama film directed by Ravi Chopra. It tells the story of an elderly couple, Raj (Amitabh Bachchan) and Pooja (Hema Malini), who have been married for 40 years. After Raj retires, they reunite with their four sons (Aman Verma, Samir Soni, Saahil Chadha, and Nasir Khan) to discuss who will support them. None of the sons want to take care of both parents, causing Raj and Pooja to live separately. Baghban was conceived by producer and co-writer B. R. Chopra during his 1960s trip across Europe, when he visited a retirement home and was inspired by the householders' story. Although the screenplay was finished in 1973, Chopra did not begin production for decades because he was busy with other projects. After he revived it, principal photography began in July 2002 in Film City with cinematographer Barun Mukherjee. During post-production, it was edited by Shailendra Doke, Godfrey Gonsalves, and Shashi Mane. Baghban's soundtrack was composed by Aadesh Shrivastava and Uttam Singh, with lyric