Aaj, India, 27 November 1987

Akshay (Kumar Gaurav) is a youngster whose sister has been missing for a long time. Akshay often wanders around on streets looking for her. One day he meets and befriends a girl (Anamika Pal) who helps him to search his sister with him. The movie traces their search, and the twists that their own lives take during this search.[4]

Aaj is about Anjali Bakshi, an independant nature, head storng daughter of a rich industrialist, who leaves no stone unturned to see her happy always! Arun Bakshi is not very pleased to see his daughter enjoy her job of Rs. 600/- a month as a reporter with News of India. At the local police station where she goes to investigate Anjali meets Akshay, a young boy, dim in the head, looking for his missing, elder sister, Kavita. This young man is not capable of doing anything except deliver flowers for a florist. Anjali gets interested in finding out more about Akshay's sister. And Akshay clings to her for moral and emotional support. When researching for a feature on missing persons, Anjali unfolds a story closely linked with her family and she is left with no choice but to rebel. Anjali is already engaged to be married to Sumeet, who is not keen to have Akshay around. Sumeet and his doctor father try their best to keep Akshay away from their lives. They seem to know a family secret.



Aaj is a 1987 Hindi film, directed by Mahesh Bhatt and produced by Kuljeet Pal

It stars Kumar Gaurav, Smita Patil, Raj Babbar, Marc Zuber and Anamika Pal.[3] The film featured songs written by the Hindi poet Sudarshan Faakir & Madan Pal.