Sangeet is a sweet story about human love, imperfection, selflessness, and forgiveness.
I think this is the first Vishwanath Hindi original movie. His earlier movies Eashwar, Sargam etc. were remakes of his own movies in Telugu. Now... Vishwanath and Madhuri... That's what they call the right director/actor blend.
Setho (Jackie) is a peasant folk singer who comes to Mumbai to perform. When "Madam" (Madhuri as the middle-aged patron of the arts) finds him camped out in a deserted building she owns, she hears him singing and she invites him to come sing at her anniversary party. Setho delights her there, but his folk music is not for everyone. Madam's husband is a cad, shunning her for associating with such "low-lifes," and there is little happiness in their marriage.
Meanwhile, Madam encourages Setho in his music. - Setho stumbles into a 'dance hall' one day where he sees a beautiful young woman (Madhuri) performing suggestive dances for a crowd of lustful men, and becomes offended enough to storm onto the stage and shame the young woman and her mother (as well as the men in the audience). He befriends the young woman and her mother, as he discovers that the young woman is blind and her mother knew of no other way to provide food and other expenses for them.
Eventually, a web of secrets unfolds among them, which includes a charming 'flashback' to Madam's young love for her musical neighbor, the handsome Nitish Bharadwaj (in a special appearance).
The love that develops between Madam, the young dancer, and Setho is sweet and uplifting, and the movie comes to a happy climax.
Madhuri's dual role is flawless and very convincing. I personally feel that this movie would easily rank in 5 best performances of Madhuri. Jackie's performance was okay.
Overall, it’s Not a regular Bollywood masala movie but very Impressive movie!