Shola aur Shabnam is a 1992 Bollywood romantic drama film directed by David Dhawan starring Govinda and Divya Bharti. Shola aur Shabnam was a Superhit at the box office with the song "Tu Pagal Premi Awara" being applauded by the audience. It was the fourth highest grossing Indian film of the year 1992 after Beta, Khuda Gawah and Deewana. Anupam kher got universal acclaim for his portrayal of character colonel I.M Lathi.
The spoiled and arrogant brother, Bali (Mohnish Behl), of notorious gangster, Kali Baba (Gulshan Grover), enlists in the National Cadet Corps, and wants to have his way with his fellow-students and trainer, Inder Mohan Lathi (Anupam Kher), with comical results. When he meets Divya Thapa (Divya Bharti) for the first time, he is smitten by her, and wants to marry her by hook or by crook. But Divya is in love with Karan (Govinda), and both plan to marry each other. Circumstances act against them, and they flee together, with Kali Baba's men, and Divya's Police Commissioner dad, Yashpal Thapa (Alok Nath), in hot pursuit, to an unknown destination, surrounded by a web of lies, deception, and no known resource to assist them.
Govinda as Karan
Divya Bharti as Divya
Gulshan Grover as Kali Shankar
Mohnish Behl as Baali (Kali's brother)
Anupam Kher as Major Inder Mohan Lathi aka I.M.Lathi
Raja Bundela as Raja
Satyajeet as Satya (credited as Satyajit)
Girish Malik as Girish (credited as Girish Mallic)
Bindu as Girl's Hostel Principal
Alok Nath as Comm. Yashpal Thapa
Mahavir Shah as Police Inspector Mahadev
Govind Namdeo as Police Inspector Tiwari
Sudha Chandran as Karan's Sister
Harish Patel as Velji (Kali's Brother in Law)
Guddi Maruti as Guddi (Divya's friend)
Reema Lagoo as Sharda Thapa
Shakti Kapoor as Boxer Deva (Special Appearance)
Archana Puran Singh as Boxer Deva's Wife
Mac Mohan as Jaichand
The music of the film was composed by Bappi Lahri. It consisted of 5 songs. The music was released on Venus music label. Lyrics were penned by Anjaan and Govinda.