Sitara, India, 13 June 1980

Sitara is the love story of two childhood lovers, Dhania and Kundan. They comes to Bombay, due to their economic conditions and they start working in a Cinema hall. Dhania is fascinated by films and has hidden desire to become an actress, so she often imitates the dances shown on movies. One day Dhania plays the record of the songs and start dancing assuming herself as the heroine of the film. She pulls Kundan also to join her and both involves in the dance, forgetting every thing. One person related with films watches them and he is impressed by the skill of Dhania and he helps her to become a filmstar Sarita from Dhania. Now Kundan feels lonely in this glamour world and their love is lost somewhere. He still loves her, but she is lost in her dreams of becoming a superstar. Depressed Kundan decides to return to his village. Sitara, explores the life of actors coming from small towns and villages.

  • Genre: Thriller
  • Runtime: 125 Minutes
  • Director: Meraj


Sitara is a 1980 Hindi-language Indian feature film directed by Meraj, starring Mithun Chakraborty, Zarina Wahab and Kanhaiyalal.