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  • Dilko Tumse Pyar Hua - Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein (2001) - Di
    Dilko Tumse Pyar Hua - Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein (2001) - Di Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein (English: I Want to Stay in Your Heart) is a 2001 Indian film directed by Gautham Menon starring Madhavan, Diya Mirza and Saif Ali Khan in the lead roles. It was a remake of the popular Tamil film Minnale which also starred Madhavan in the lead. The film was not successful during the time of its release, but over the years it has developed some following among Indian youth. It is famous by its acronym RHTDM. Contents [hide] 1 Summary 2 Plot 3 Cast 4 Soundtrack 5 Production 6 References 7 External links Summary[edit] Madhav Shastri aka Maddy is a notorious good for nothing in his college. Among other things, he has no soft corner for girls in his heart. Years later, however, Madhav meets Reena Malhotra and inexplicably falls in love with her. On learning that she is going to be engaged to Rajiv Samra, a childhood friend who is an NRI (non-resident Indian), Madhav decides to impersonate Rajiv. However, when the real Rajiv shows up, Maddy's punishment turns out to be far greater than his crime. Plot[edit] The story starts with narration by Maddy (R. Madhavan) himself. Maddy is the son of a music shop owner (Anupam Kher) who hopes that Maddy will someday take over his shop. Instead, Maddy is a total brat, not serious about studies and notorious in his college. He harasses the girls in his college. In contrast to him is his arch rival Sam (Saif Ali Khan), a model student, with whom Maddy is at constant loggerheads. The enmity goes so far that Maddy even tries to frame Sam. Sam challenged Maddy for one-on-one fight, to which Maddy happily agreed. But the fight was interrupted in between by the professors. Later at Sam's graduation party, Maddy again tries to challenge Sam, but this time, Sam denies. Sam graduates and leaves the college, but promises Maddy that one fine day, he will complete what was started (i.e., the fight). Two years later, Maddy has taken a job as software instructor at a private company. His attitude has mellowed a lot, but not changed. He and his college cronies attend a wedding of another classmate, where Maddy spots Reena (Diya Mirza). Maddy is smitten and tries to learn more about her, but in vain. However, destiny makes them meet again. Soon he learns that Reena plans to marry Rajeev Samra, an old friend who is now an NRI. Maddy also learns that Reena doesn't know how Rajeev looks like now. On persuasion of his friends and specifically by his father (aka DD), Maddy decides to pretend to be Rajeev. Reena, who previously liked him only as a friend, falls in love with him too. Everything goes well until Rajeev's parents call and tell them that the real Rajeev is coming to meet them. On learning this, everyone is shocked and Maddy's secret is revealed. Reena decides to call off her relationship with Maddy. The real Rajeev also decides to meet his impostor. Maddy is shocked to see that Rajeev is none other than Sam. Sam is even more infuriated to learn his impostor's true identity. Rajeev and Reena's parents decide to get them married as soon as possible. Here, Maddy goes into depression and starts drinking. Reena is no better off without him either, as she finds it very difficult to forget him. Though the enmity between Sam and Maddy is renewed, Sam cannot help but notice that Reena is marrying him only because she is mad at Maddy. Finally, Rajeev confronts Reena and asks her whether she loves him or Maddy. In the meantime, Maddy decides to go to San Francisco, California, taking an offer made to him by his current employer, which initially he had declined. When Rajeev realizes that Reena still loves Maddy, he takes her to the airport. Rajeev and Maddy spot each other. Maddy thinks that Rajeev has come to rebuke him once more. Rajeev hands Reena over to Maddy, upon which the duo confess their feelings for each other. Rajeev is heartbroken, but feigns his old attitude towards Maddy saying that "we can never be friends" and leaves them. Cast[edit] Madhavan as Madhav Shastri aka Maddy Saif Ali Khan as Rajeev Samra aka Sam Diya Mirza as Reena Malhotra Vrajesh Hirjee as Vicky, Maddy's friend Tanaaz Currim as Shruti, Diya's friend Anupam Kher as Deendyal, Maddy's father Navin Nischol as Mr. Malhotra Smita Jaykar Hemant Pandey Kabir Sadana as Maddy's Friend Reshma Modi Maya Alagh as Mrs. Malhotra Soundtrack[edit] Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein Soundtrack album by Harris Jayaraj Genre Feature film soundtrack Harris Jayaraj chronology Minnale (2000) Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein (2001) Majunu (2001) The soundtrack was retained from the original film composed by Harris Jayaraj (except are noted), with lyrics written by Sameer.The last three tracks were bonus tracks and did not feature in the film.Upon release "Zara Zara" and "Sach Keh Raha Hai" topped the Bollywood music charts and the album received positive reviews from critics. Track listing No. Title Singer(s) Length 1. "Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein" Sonu Nigam, Kavita Krishnamurthy 2. "Oh Mama Mama" Sonu Nigam 3. "Kaise Main Kahoon Tujhse" Sonu Nigam 4. "Zara Zara" Bombay Jayashree 5. "Bolo Bolo" Shaan 6. "Dil Ko" Roop Kumar Rathod 7. "Sach Keh Raha Hai" KK 8. "Aaya Re Aaya (Composed by: Vishal-Shekhar)" Shekhar Ravjiani, Preeti & Pinky Additional Tracks not featured in the Film No. Title Singer(s) Length 9. "Na Sone Ke Bangle Mein (composed by: A.A.M)" KK, Anuradha Sriram 10. "Tujhe Dekha Jabse Jaana Deewana (composed by: Anand Raj Anand)" Shaan, Sunidhi Chauhan 11. "Sohni Sohni (Composed by: Aadesh Shrivastava )" Sukhwinder Singh, Vasundhara Das Production[edit] The success of the Tamil film Minnale led to producer Vashu Bhagnani signing Gautham Menon on to direct the Hindi language remake of the film, Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein, which also featured Madhavan with Diya Mirza and Saif Ali Khan added to the film. Menon was initially apprehensive but said it took "half an hour" to agree and against his intentions, the producer opted against retaining the technical crew of the original.[1] He changed a few elements, deleted certain scenes and added some more for the version. However in comparison, the film gained poor reviews with a critic citing that "the presentation is not absorbing" though stating that the director " handled certain sequences with aplomb"; the film subsequently went on to become a below average grosser at the box office.[2] The failure of the film left him disappointed, with Menon claiming in hindsight that the film lacked the simplicity of the original with the producer's intervention affecting proceedings.[3] In 2011, the producer of the film approached him to remake the film with the producer's son Jackky Bhagnani in the lead role, but Menon was uninterested with the offer.[4] References[edit] Jump up ^ ">Warrier, Shobha (2001). "'Hindi films were meant to happen much later'". Rediff. Retrieved 2011-04-28. Jump up ^ Adarsh, Taran (2001). "Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein". Bollywood Hungama. Retrieved 2011-04-28. Jump up ^ Warrier, Shobha (2003). "'The industry is in such a shape that you cannot have big-budget films'". Rediff. Retrieved 2011-04-28. Jump up ^ Jha, Subhash (2011-04-19). "Jackky Bhagnani in RHTDM remake?". Times of India. Retrieved 2011-04-28. External links[edit] Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein at the Internet Movie Database [hide] v t e Gautham Menon Directed Minnale (2001) Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein (2001) (Hindi) Kaakha Kaakha (2003) Gharshana (2004) (Telugu) Vettaiyadu Villaiyadu (2006) Pachaikili Muthucharam (2007) Vaaranam Aayiram (2008) Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa (2010) Ye Maaya Chesave (2010) (Telugu) Nadunissi Naaygal (2011) Ekk Deewana Tha (2012) (Hindi) Neethaane En Ponvasantham (2012) Yeto Vellipoyindhi Manasu (2012) (Telugu) Yennai Arindhaal (2015) Sattendru Maaruthu Vaanilai (2015) Produced Nadunisi Naaygal (2011) Veppam (2011) Ekk Deewana Tha (2012) Neethaane En Ponvasantham (2012) Thanga Meenkal (2013) Tamilselvanum Thaniyar Anjalum (2015) Courier Boy Kalyan (2015) Companies Photon Kathaas Categories: Hindi-language films2001 filmsFilms directed by Gautham MenonFilms shot in Uttarakhand Navigation menu Create accountLog inArticleTalkReadEditView history Main page Contents Featured content Current events Random article Donate to Wikipedia Wikimedia Shop Interaction Help About Wikipedia Community portal Recent changes Contact page Tools What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Permanent link Page information Wikidata item Cite this page Print/export Create a book Download as PDF Printable version Languages हिन्दी नेपाल भाषा Edit links This page was last modified on 2 January 2015 at 07:44. 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  • Dilko Tumse Pyar Hua - Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein (2001) - Di
    Dilko Tumse Pyar Hua - Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein (2001) - Di Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein (English: I Want to Stay in Your Heart) is a 2001 Indian film directed by Gautham Menon starring Madhavan, Diya Mirza and Saif Ali Khan in the lead roles. It was a remake of the popular Tamil film Minnale which also starred Madhavan in the lead. The film was not successful during the time of its release, but over the years it has developed some following among Indian youth. It is famous by its acronym RHTDM. Contents [hide] 1 Summary 2 Plot 3 Cast 4 Soundtrack 5 Production 6 References 7 External links Summary[edit] Madhav Shastri aka Maddy is a notorious good for nothing in his college. Among other things, he has no soft corner for girls in his heart. Years later, however, Madhav meets Reena Malhotra and inexplicably falls in love with her. On learning that she is going to be engaged to Rajiv Samra, a childhood friend who is an NRI (non-resident Indian), Madhav decides to impersonate Rajiv. However, when the real Rajiv shows up, Maddy's punishment turns out to be far greater than his crime. Plot[edit] The story starts with narration by Maddy (R. Madhavan) himself. Maddy is the son of a music shop owner (Anupam Kher) who hopes that Maddy will someday take over his shop. Instead, Maddy is a total brat, not serious about studies and notorious in his college. He harasses the girls in his college. In contrast to him is his arch rival Sam (Saif Ali Khan), a model student, with whom Maddy is at constant loggerheads. The enmity goes so far that Maddy even tries to frame Sam. Sam challenged Maddy for one-on-one fight, to which Maddy happily agreed. But the fight was interrupted in between by the professors. Later at Sam's graduation party, Maddy again tries to challenge Sam, but this time, Sam denies. Sam graduates and leaves the college, but promises Maddy that one fine day, he will complete what was started (i.e., the fight). Two years later, Maddy has taken a job as software instructor at a private company. His attitude has mellowed a lot, but not changed. He and his college cronies attend a wedding of another classmate, where Maddy spots Reena (Diya Mirza). Maddy is smitten and tries to learn more about her, but in vain. However, destiny makes them meet again. Soon he learns that Reena plans to marry Rajeev Samra, an old friend who is now an NRI. Maddy also learns that Reena doesn't know how Rajeev looks like now. On persuasion of his friends and specifically by his father (aka DD), Maddy decides to pretend to be Rajeev. Reena, who previously liked him only as a friend, falls in love with him too. Everything goes well until Rajeev's parents call and tell them that the real Rajeev is coming to meet them. On learning this, everyone is shocked and Maddy's secret is revealed. Reena decides to call off her relationship with Maddy. The real Rajeev also decides to meet his impostor. Maddy is shocked to see that Rajeev is none other than Sam. Sam is even more infuriated to learn his impostor's true identity. Rajeev and Reena's parents decide to get them married as soon as possible. Here, Maddy goes into depression and starts drinking. Reena is no better off without him either, as she finds it very difficult to forget him. Though the enmity between Sam and Maddy is renewed, Sam cannot help but notice that Reena is marrying him only because she is mad at Maddy. Finally, Rajeev confronts Reena and asks her whether she loves him or Maddy. In the meantime, Maddy decides to go to San Francisco, California, taking an offer made to him by his current employer, which initially he had declined. When Rajeev realizes that Reena still loves Maddy, he takes her to the airport. Rajeev and Maddy spot each other. Maddy thinks that Rajeev has come to rebuke him once more. Rajeev hands Reena over to Maddy, upon which the duo confess their feelings for each other. Rajeev is heartbroken, but feigns his old attitude towards Maddy saying that "we can never be friends" and leaves them. Cast[edit] Madhavan as Madhav Shastri aka Maddy Saif Ali Khan as Rajeev Samra aka Sam Diya Mirza as Reena Malhotra Vrajesh Hirjee as Vicky, Maddy's friend Tanaaz Currim as Shruti, Diya's friend Anupam Kher as Deendyal, Maddy's father Navin Nischol as Mr. Malhotra Smita Jaykar Hemant Pandey Kabir Sadana as Maddy's Friend Reshma Modi Maya Alagh as Mrs. Malhotra Soundtrack[edit] Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein Soundtrack album by Harris Jayaraj Genre Feature film soundtrack Harris Jayaraj chronology Minnale (2000) Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein (2001) Majunu (2001) The soundtrack was retained from the original film composed by Harris Jayaraj (except are noted), with lyrics written by Sameer.The last three tracks were bonus tracks and did not feature in the film.Upon release "Zara Zara" and "Sach Keh Raha Hai" topped the Bollywood music charts and the album received positive reviews from critics. Track listing No. Title Singer(s) Length 1. "Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein" Sonu Nigam, Kavita Krishnamurthy 2. "Oh Mama Mama" Sonu Nigam 3. "Kaise Main Kahoon Tujhse" Sonu Nigam 4. "Zara Zara" Bombay Jayashree 5. "Bolo Bolo" Shaan 6. "Dil Ko" Roop Kumar Rathod 7. "Sach Keh Raha Hai" KK 8. "Aaya Re Aaya (Composed by: Vishal-Shekhar)" Shekhar Ravjiani, Preeti & Pinky Additional Tracks not featured in the Film No. Title Singer(s) Length 9. "Na Sone Ke Bangle Mein (composed by: A.A.M)" KK, Anuradha Sriram 10. "Tujhe Dekha Jabse Jaana Deewana (composed by: Anand Raj Anand)" Shaan, Sunidhi Chauhan 11. "Sohni Sohni (Composed by: Aadesh Shrivastava )" Sukhwinder Singh, Vasundhara Das Production[edit] The success of the Tamil film Minnale led to producer Vashu Bhagnani signing Gautham Menon on to direct the Hindi language remake of the film, Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein, which also featured Madhavan with Diya Mirza and Saif Ali Khan added to the film. Menon was initially apprehensive but said it took "half an hour" to agree and against his intentions, the producer opted against retaining the technical crew of the original.[1] He changed a few elements, deleted certain scenes and added some more for the version. However in comparison, the film gained poor reviews with a critic citing that "the presentation is not absorbing" though stating that the director " handled certain sequences with aplomb"; the film subsequently went on to become a below average grosser at the box office.[2] The failure of the film left him disappointed, with Menon claiming in hindsight that the film lacked the simplicity of the original with the producer's intervention affecting proceedings.[3] In 2011, the producer of the film approached him to remake the film with the producer's son Jackky Bhagnani in the lead role, but Menon was uninterested with the offer.[4] References[edit] Jump up ^ ">Warrier, Shobha (2001). "'Hindi films were meant to happen much later'". Rediff. Retrieved 2011-04-28. Jump up ^ Adarsh, Taran (2001). "Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein". Bollywood Hungama. Retrieved 2011-04-28. Jump up ^ Warrier, Shobha (2003). "'The industry is in such a shape that you cannot have big-budget films'". Rediff. Retrieved 2011-04-28. Jump up ^ Jha, Subhash (2011-04-19). "Jackky Bhagnani in RHTDM remake?". Times of India. Retrieved 2011-04-28. External links[edit] Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein at the Internet Movie Database [hide] v t e Gautham Menon Directed Minnale (2001) Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein (2001) (Hindi) Kaakha Kaakha (2003) Gharshana (2004) (Telugu) Vettaiyadu Villaiyadu (2006) Pachaikili Muthucharam (2007) Vaaranam Aayiram (2008) Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa (2010) Ye Maaya Chesave (2010) (Telugu) Nadunissi Naaygal (2011) Ekk Deewana Tha (2012) (Hindi) Neethaane En Ponvasantham (2012) Yeto Vellipoyindhi Manasu (2012) (Telugu) Yennai Arindhaal (2015) Sattendru Maaruthu Vaanilai (2015) Produced Nadunisi Naaygal (2011) Veppam (2011) Ekk Deewana Tha (2012) Neethaane En Ponvasantham (2012) Thanga Meenkal (2013) Tamilselvanum Thaniyar Anjalum (2015) Courier Boy Kalyan (2015) Companies Photon Kathaas Categories: Hindi-language films2001 filmsFilms directed by Gautham MenonFilms shot in Uttarakhand Navigation menu Create accountLog inArticleTalkReadEditView history Main page Contents Featured content Current events Random article Donate to Wikipedia Wikimedia Shop Interaction Help About Wikipedia Community portal Recent changes Contact page Tools What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Permanent link Page information Wikidata item Cite this page Print/export Create a book Download as PDF Printable version Languages हिन्दी नेपाल भाषा Edit links This page was last modified on 2 January 2015 at 07:44. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization. Privacy policyAbout WikipediaDisclaimersContact WikipediaDevelopersMobile viewWikimedia Foundation Powered by MediaWiki
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  • Soniyo-Raaz -The Mystery Continues (HD)Song .mp4
    Soniyo-Raaz -The Mystery Continues (HD)Song .mp4 Raaz: The Mystery Continues, shortened as RTMC, (Hindi: राज़, translation: Secret) is a 2009 Bollywood supernatural horror film directed by Mohit Suri and starring Emraan Hashmi and Kangna Ranaut. The film is the second film in the Raaz series, but story-wise, it is not a direct sequel to the 2002 film Raaz.[2][3][4] The film deals with issues of the "evil within" the human psyche and how it manifests itself. It is based on the myths and superstitions that are still widely existent in the contemporary Indian society. The film attempts to challenge one’s beliefs about paranormal phenomena. Emraan Hashmi plays a painter, named Prithvi, who has an extraordinary gift. His paintings tell Nandita's (Kangna Ranaut) future.[5] The film opened to theaters on 23 January 2009. It received generally mixed reviews and became a "semi hit" at the box office. A third installment in the Raaz series was released in 2013 with Emraan Hashmi in the lead. Some of the scenes of the movie were similar to those of the Hollywood movies The Ring 2 and Gothika[citation needed]. It was first in a series of quasi-sequels released under the Bhatt Banner including Murder 2, Jannat 2, Jism 2, Raaz 3D and 1920: Evil Returns, each of which had nothing to do with their respective prequels, but somehow fell in the same genre following a similar story.
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  • Exclusive- "Mohabbat Barsa De" Full AUDIO Song - A
    Exclusive- "Mohabbat Barsa De" Full AUDIO Song - A Creature 3D is a 2014 Indian 3D monster thriller science fiction film directed by Vikram Bhatt. The film stars Bipasha Basu and Imran Abbas Naqvi in lead roles. It is produced by Bhushan Kumar and Krishan Kumar and co-produced by Ajay Kapoor under the banner of T-Series in association with BVG Films.[2] The film is the Bollywood debut of Pakistani model turned actor Imran Abbas Naqvi.[3] The film also stars Amit Tandon and Mukul Dev in supporting roles.[4] Koimoi and India Today gave the film poor reviews. Contents [hide] 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Music 4 Reception 5 Financials 6 References 7 External links Plot[edit] Ahana (Bipasha Basu) opens a hotel in Glendale, Himachal Pradesh. During the day of the opening party, she meets Kunal Anand (Imran Abbas Naqvi), a novelist, and they become attracted to each other. When a couple and the hotel cook are killed by an unknown creature, Kunal decides to help Ahana. Romance culminates between Ahana and Kunal and they consummate their relationship. After a few peaceful days, the creature strikes again and wreaks havoc in the hotel; Ahana finds herself facing off against a ten-feet long creature with the legs and tail of a dinosaur, and the body and head of a human. Professor Sadanand (Mukul Dev) scares off the creature with a burning log. The next morning, the injured guests and hotel staff get evicted by police. The professor explains that the creature is a Brahmarakshas, a man-eating mutant which is the result of Lord Brahma, the Hindu god of creation, cursing demons to become such creatures with no salvation, eternally condemned to roam on earth and suffer. Brahmarakshasas still lurk in dense forests of India, but their sightings are as relevant as sightings of UFOs. He suggests Ahana and Kunal to leave if they wish to stay alive. Ahana refuses to leave the hotel, determined to fight back. Ahana, Kunal and the professor are joined in the fight by two cops, Inspector Rana (Deepraj Rana) and Inspector Chaubey (Bikramjeet Kanwarpal), but the Brahmarakshasa kills Chaubey. They learn that a Sarpanch filed a report of a Brahmarakshasa sighting a few years back and go to meet him. He tells them that decades ago, a hunter killed a Brahmarakshasa, and the only person who can help them now is Dr. Moga, the son of the late hunter. Kunal and Ahana set for Shimla to meet the doctor. On the way, Kunal reveals his true identity as Karan Malhotra, the chairman of the builder group that compelled Ahana's father to commit suicide. He tells her that he felt guilty and wanted to apologize. Heartbroken, Ahana breaks up with Karan. Dr. Moga explains that Brahmarakshasa can be killed by a weapon dipped in the temple pond of the Brahma Temple in Pushkar but is effective only if dipped into the pond on a special night. Since time is short, Dr. Moga gives Ahana an old rifle with which his father had killed a Brahmarakshasa. Ahana, the professor, and Rana enter the den of the Brahmarakshasa; Rana and the professor are killed by the beast, and when it tries to attack Ahana, Karan saves her. With Karan's help, Ahana manages to kill the creature with the last bullet in the rifle. A few days later, the hotel is ready to be reopened. Ahana forgives Karan and they rekindle their relationship. Cast[edit] Bipasha Basu as Ahana Dutt Imran Abbas Naqvi as Kunal Anand/Karan Malhotra Mukul Dev as Professor Sadana Deepraj Rana as Inspector Rana Mohan Kapoor as Doctor Moga Shirish Sharma as father of Ahana Amit Tandon as Arjun (Honeymoon couple Husband) Aparna Bajpai as Shruti (Honeymoon couple wife) Natasha Rana as Psychiatrist Milind Pathak as Specialist Bikramjeet Kanwarpal as Inspector Chaubey[5] Vikram Bhatt as voice of Brahmarakshas. Music[edit] Creature 3D Soundtrack album by Mithoon, Tony Kakkar Released 31 July 2014 Genre Feature film soundtrack Length 25:09 Language Hindi Label T-Series The soundtrack and the lyrics of the film were written by Mithoon, except for "Sawan Aaya Hai" which has music and lyrics by Tony Kakkar.[6] The film's soundtrack officially released on 31 July 2014. Koimoi stated that the soundtrack had received a good reception.[7] All music composed by Mithoon, Tony Kakkar. Creature 3D Soundtrack No. Title Singer(S) Length 1. "Sawan Aaya Hai" Arijit Singh 04:48 2. "Naam - E - Wafa" Farhan Saeed, Tulsi Kumar 5:15 3. "Hum Na Rahein Hum" Benny Dayal 5:23 4. "Ek Pal Yahi" Saim Bhat 5:46 5. "Mehboob Ki" Mithoon 4:37 Total length: 25:09 Reception[edit] The trailer of the movie was released in July 2014. Koimoi called it "a half baked trailer that relies solely on 3D".[8]
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  • Mere Rang Mein Rangne Wali - Maine Pyar Kiya (1989)
    Mere Rang Mein Rangne Wali - Maine Pyar Kiya (1989) Maine Pyar Kiya (English: I Have Loved) is a 1989 Indian musical romantic film, written and directed by Sooraj R. Barjatya in his directorial debut. Starring Salman Khan and Bhagyashree in the lead roles, it was produced by Rajshri Productions. Maine Pyar Kiya tells the story of the two friends Prem and Suman, who gradually fall in love with each other. It is the debut of Khan in a leading role after he has appeared in Biwi Ho To Aisi (1988) in a supporting role. Earning over 156 million (US$2.4 million), the film was declared an "All-time Blockbuster" and became the biggest Bollywood hit of the year. The film counted among the top 10 successful films of India.[2] It became the instant blockbuster of the decade and launched several careers. IBOS Network portal gave the rating as A111 underlining the film has done the business equal to 20 Golden Jubilee's.[3] The soundtrack to the film became very popular after its release. At the 35th Filmfare Awards held in 1990, it received seven Filmfare Awards from thirteen nominations, including wins for Best Film, Best Music Director, Best Male Debut, Best Female Debut, Best Music Director, Best Male Playback Singer and Best LyricisDirected by Sooraj R. Barjatya Produced by Tarachand Barjatya Written by Sooraj R. Barjatya Starring Salman Khan Bhagyashree Patwardhan Laxmikant Berde Alok Nath Reema Lagoo Mohnish Behl Music by Raamlaxman Cinematography Aravind Laad Edited by Mukhtar Ahmed Production company Rajshri Productions Distributed by Rajshri Productions Release dates 29 December 1989 Running time 184 minutes[a] Country India Language Hindi Budget 20 million (US$310,000) Box office 156 million (US$2.4 million) (nett gross, 1989) Maine Pyar Kiya (English: I Have Loved) is a 1989 Indian musical romantic film, written and directed by Sooraj R. Barjatya in his directorial debut. Starring Salman Khan and Bhagyashree in the lead roles, it was produced by Rajshri Productions. Maine Pyar Kiya tells the story of the two friends Prem and Suman, who gradually fall in love with each other. It is the debut of Khan in a leading role after he has appeared in Biwi Ho To Aisi (1988) in a supporting role. Earning over 156 million (US$2.4 million), the film was declared an "All-time Blockbuster" and became the biggest Bollywood hit of the year. The film counted among the top 10 successful films of India.[2] It became the instant blockbuster of the decade and launched several careers. IBOS Network portal gave the rating as A111 underlining the film has done the business equal to 20 Golden Jubilee's.[3] The soundtrack to the film became very popular after its release. At the 35th Filmfare Awards held in 1990, it received seven Filmfare Awards from thirteen nominations, including wins for Best Film, Best Music Director, Best Male Debut, Best Female Debut, Best Music Director, Best Male Playback Singer and Best Lyricist. Contents [hide] 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 4 Release 5 Soundtrack 6 Accolades 7 Note 8 References 9 External links Plot[edit] Karan (Alok Nath) is a poor mechanic who lives in the countryside with his only daughter, Suman (Bhagyashree). He decides to travel overseas in Dubai so that he can accumulate enough wealth to get his daughter married. He decides to leave his daughter with his family like friend Kishan (Rajeev Verma). Kishan lets Karan's daughter Suman stay at his house as he cannot turn down his old friend's request and Suman comes to live with his family. Suman is befriended by Kishan's son Prem (Salman Khan), who assures that a boy and a girl can be platonic friends. Prem takes Suman to a party organised by Seema (Pervin Dastur) who is the only daughter of Kishan's business partner, Ranjeet (Ajit Vachani). Jeevan (Mohnish Behl) son of Ranjeet, humiliate Suman and Prem and accuse both for their false claim of being friends. Suman leaves in tears and distances herself from Prem. At that point, Prem and Suman both realises that they have fallen in love with each other. Kaushalya (Reema Lagoo) finds out about Prem and Suman's relationship and approve of Suman as her daughter-in-law, but Kishan is quite unhappy with the relationship asks her to get out of his house and life, as he feels that she has taken advantage of his hospitality. Karan returns from abroad and is enraged at Kishan's behaviour. Kishan accuses him of plotting to set up Prem and Suman. Karan and Kishan quarrel, and eventually Karan and Suman return to their village humiliated. Prem refuses to accept the separation. He goes to Suman's village and begs to be allowed to marry her. Karan, angered by Kishan's accusations, says that he will allow the marriage on one condition: Prem must prove that he can support his wife by.Karan (Alok Nath) is a poor mechanic who lives in the countryside with his only daughter, Suman (Bhagyashree). He decides to travel overseas in Dubai so that he can accumulate enough wealth to get his daughter married. He decides to leave his daughter with his family like friend Kishan (Rajeev Verma). Kishan lets Karan's daughter Suman stay at his house as he cannot turn down his old friend's request and Suman comes to live with his family. Suman is befriended by Kishan's son Prem (Salman Khan), who assures that a boy and a girl can be platonic friends. Prem takes Suman to a party organised by Seema (Pervin Dastur) who is the only daughter of Kishan's business partner, Ranjeet (Ajit Vachani). Jeevan (Mohnish Behl) son of Ranjeet, humiliate Suman and Prem and accuse both for their false claim of being friends. 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Barjatya devoted ten months to write Maine Pyar Kiya screenplay. He took six months to write the first half and four months to write the second half.[4] The casting of lead actor became complex.[4] Barjatya tested Shabina Dutt for the lead actress role. Dutt failed the screen test and Barjatya asked her if she could suggest any actor for the lead.[4] She suggested Salman Khan with whom, she had done an ad film. Salman Khan who initially was not really interested because of the soft nature of the film. Barjatya eventually convinced him to do it, and Khan has since then expressed his gratitude to Barjatya for making him a star.[5] Barjatya then cast Bhagyashree to star opposite Salman Khan.[4] Barjatya picked Perveen from English stage to play the negative role.[4] The first sequence filmed was of the office scene where Rajiv Verma tells Salman that you have to go.[4] Barjatya had huge sets in film city, Mumbai where filming took place continuously over 5-6 months. Outdoor session of the film was done in Ooty.[6] Additional production credits include: Jay Borade – dance choreographer, Art - Bijon Das Gupta, Action - Shamim Azim and Editor - Mukhtar Ahmed.[7] Release[edit] Maine Pyar Kiya premiered on 29 December 1989 across India. The film saw a very limited release, with only 29 prints total.[8] The film was the biggest grossers of 1989 and one of India's highest grossing films.[9] Made on a budget of around 20 million (US$310,000), it went on to collect 180 million (US$2.8 million) in India.[10] Adjusted for inflation, the film has grossed over 660 million (US$10 million).[11] The film was immensely popular, becoming one of the highest-earning films made up to that point. It conceived to be a film of global significance and a trendsetter in Indian cinema. Box Office India described it as "all time blockbuster". 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Barjatya Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Salman Khan Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Bhagyashree Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Reema Lagoo Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role – Laxmikant Berde Filmfare Award for Best Lyricist – Dev Kholi ("Aate Jaate Hanste Gaate") Note[edit] Jump up ^ It could also be 125 or 173 minutes, depending on the version.[1] References[edit] Jump up ^ "Maine Pyar Kiya (1989)". British Board of Film Classification. Retrieved 26 August 2014. Jump up ^ Tejaswini Ganti (5 March 2013). Bollywood: A Guidebook to Popular Hindi Cinema. Routledge. p. 227. ISBN 978-1-136-84929-9. Jump up ^ "Maine Pyar Kiya". ibosnetwork. Retrieved 2014-03-24. ^ Jump up to: a b c d e f "'Maine Pyaar Kiya': 22 years and counting". CNN-IBN (CNN). Network18. May 16, 2011. Retrieved 19 August 2014. Jump up ^ "Salman Khan and Sooraj Barjatya in a conversation.". https://www.youtube.com. You Tube. Retrieved 25 August 2014. Jump up ^ "Salman Khan & Sooraj Barjatya interview". http://www.youtube.com/. You Tube. Retrieved 25 August 2014. Jump up ^ "Cast & Crew". http://www.bollywoodhungama.com/. Bollywood Hungama. Retrieved 19 August 2014. Jump up ^ "Barjatya explores a brave new world". Hindustan Times. December 23, 2010. Retrieved 25 August 2014. Jump up ^ "Birthday Special: The Rise AND Rise Of Salman Khan". Sukanya Verma. Rediff. Retrieved 27 December 2012. Jump up ^ Bamzai, Kaveree (July 7, 2003). "Sooraj Barjatya: Bollywood's most profitable filmmaker steps out of the comfort zone". India Today. India Today Group. Retrieved 24 August 2014. Jump up ^ "Top Earners 1980-1989". http://boxofficeindia.com. Box Office India. Retrieved 24 August 2014. Jump up ^ "When Love Calls". https://www.youtube.com. You Tube. Retrieved 24 August 2014. ^ Jump up to: a b "About Salman Khan". MTV India. Retrieved 24 August 2014. Jump up ^ "Top films of Bollywood.". India Today. India Today Group. Retrieved 24 August 2014. Jump up ^ "Music Hits 1980-1989". Box Office India. Retrieved 25 August 2014. Jump up ^ "100 Greatest Bollywood Soundtracks Ever". Planet Bollywood. Retrieved 28 August 2014. Jump up ^ Gregory D. Booth, Bradley Shope (2014). More Than Bollywood: Studies in Indian Popular Music. Oxford University Press. pp. 106–108. ^ Jump up to: a b c d "Filmfare awards, 1990". http://awardsandwinners.com/. Awards winners and nominations news portal. Retrieved 21 August 2014. Jump up ^ "Most Sensational Debut of the Year, Filmfare awards, 1990". http://awardsandwinners.com/. Awards winners and nominations news portal. Retrieved 21 August 2014. Jump up ^ "Best Film, Filmfare awards, 1990". http://awardsandwinners.com/. Awards winners and nominations news portal. Retrieved 21 August 2014. Jump up ^ "Best Male Debut, Filmfare awards, 1990". http://awardsandwinners.com/. Awards winners and nominations news portal. Retrieved 21 August 2014. 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Barjatya [show] v t e Filmfare Award for Best Film Categories: Hindi-language films1989 filmsDirectorial debut filmsFilmfare Best Movie Award winnersIndian filmsIndian romance filmsTeen romance filmsIndian teen filmsRajshri Productions films Navigation menu Create accountLog inArticleTalkReadEditView history Main page Contents Featured content Current events Random article Donate to Wikipedia Wikimedia Shop Interaction Help About Wikipedia Community portal Recent changes Contact page Tools What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Permanent link Page information Wikidata item Cite this page Print/export Create a book Download as PDF Printable version Languages Deutsch हिन्दी मराठी नेपाल भाषा Polski Русский తెలుగు Edit links This page was last modified on 22 December 2014 at 19:51. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. 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