Release dateFebruary 17, 1986 WriterGyandev Agnihotri (screenplay), Kader Khan (dialogue), Ravi (screenplay) Music directorAnand Bakshi, Laxmikant Shantaram Kudalkar, Pyarelal Ramprasad Sharma ScreenplayKader Khan, Gyandev Agnihotri, Ravi CastMithun Chakraborty (Ravi Choudhary), Jeetendra (Vijay Choudhary), Jaya Prada (Laxmi Choudhury), Padmini Kolhapure (Lalita Choudhury), Kader Khan (Milawat Ram) Similar moviesRelated Kovelamudi Bapayya movies
Swarag Se Sunder (English: Beautiful than Heaven) is a 1986 Hindi-language Indian feature film produced by A. Krishna Murthy on Tinu International Films banner, directed by K. Bapaiah. Starring Jeetendra, Mithun Chakraborty, Jayapradha, Padmini Kolhapure and music composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal. The film is a remake of the Telugu movie Thalli Prema by N. T. Rama Rao which remade as Tamil movie Kulama Gunama (1971) with Sivaji Ganeshan and it has been again remade Naa Ille Naa Swargam (1991) with Krishna.
Vijay Kumar Chowdary (Jeetendra) Sarpanch of a village, is respected by the entire village, he has a happy family with his wife Lakshmi (Jayaprada) and his younger brother Ravi (Mithun Chakravarthy). Ravi loves and respects his brother and sister-in-law more than a father and mother. Vijay is always busy with village activities and doesn’t have any time to spend with Lakshmi who suffers as a result. Milavat Ram (Kader Khan) is a Kirana Store owner who sells cheap quality products harming the villagers. Vijay opens a government store to provide better goods. Since that hurts Milavat Ram & his wife they develop enmity against him. Milavat Ram’s brother-in-law Pannalal (Prem Chopra) also is angry with Ravi because he made his son’s marriage without his permission. Milavat Ram's wife always insults Lakshmi as she doesn‘t have any children. Ravi loves Lalitha (Padmini Kolhapure), the daughter of Milavat Ram. Lalitha is a very good girl who lacks the bad qualities of her parents. Lalitha and Lakshmi live like sisters. Vijay aspires to Lalitha’s behavior and all of them live happily. Lakshmi & Lalitha becomes Pregnant at the same time, Lakshmi gives birth to a male child, Lalitha’s child dies in birth. Meanwhile, Ravi goes to bring medicines and does not know the matter. The doctor says there is a risk to Lalitha’s life so Vijay and Lakshmi secretly give their child as Ravi and Lalitha's child to save Lalitha’s life. After some time, there arise misunderstandings between Vijay, Ravi, Lakshmi, and Lalitha due to the child. Ravi and Lalitha live in the house with the child after they come to words of Milavat Ram and his wife. Milavat Ram and Pannalal play a trick; they insist Ravi ask for his share in their property, Ravi doesn’t agree to it. Latitha prompts him to agree which hurts Vijay and he gives up the entire property to Ravi and wants to leave the village forever. Ravi gets angry with Lalitha then she tells the truth to him that baby is not their son, he is the son of Vijay and Lakshmi who is now in the custody of Pannalal who insisted she does this. Ravi goes to save the baby but gets injured by the Pannalal and his gangsters. Vijay learns of the injury and protects both Ravi and his child from Pannalal. Ravi and Lalitha give back the child to Vijay and Lakshmi, meanwhile Milavat Ram & his wife also realize their mistake in hiding the truth. All misunderstandings removed they live happily.
Jeetendra as Vijay Choudhary
Mithun Chakraborty as Ravi Choudhary
Jayapradha as Laxmi Choudhury
Padmini Kolhapure as Lalita Choudhury
Prem Chopra as Pannalal
Kader Khan as Milawat Ram
Asrani as Meowalal Kannu Sarswat
Satyendra Kapoor as Rahim Chacha
Bharat Bhushan as Dr. Shiraz
Aruna Irani as Phoolmati
Shubha Khote as Bandharlekha
Neeta Mehta as Dr. Leelavathi
The music for the film was composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal