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Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin

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Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin (English: The Heart Is Such, It Doesn't Agree) is a 1991 Indian Hindi-language romantic comedy film. It was produced by Gulshan Kumar, directed by Mahesh Bhatt, and starred his daughter Pooja Bhatt in her first major lead female role, while the lead male role was played by Aamir Khan. Supporting roles were played by Anupam Kher, Sameer Chitre, and Tiku Talsania, while Deepak Tijori made a special appearance.

Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin
DilHaiKeMantaNahin.jpg
Poster of Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin
Directed byMahesh Bhatt
Produced byGulshan Kumar
Written byRobin Bhatt
Sharad Joshi
StarringPooja Bhatt
Anupam Kher
Aamir Khan
Tiku Talsania
Music byNadeem-Shravan
CinematographyPravin Bhatt
Edited bySanjay Sankla
Production
company
Distributed bySpark Worldwide (US), (DVD)
Release date
  • 12 July 1991 (1991-07-12)
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi
Budget₹88 million
Box office₹42 million[1]

The movie was commercially not successful at the box office.[2] The movie revolves around a spoilt heiress who runs away from home to marry a gold-digging film star. En route, she is helped by a smart-alecky journalist only to end up falling for him.

It is an unofficial remake of the 1956 Bollywood film Chori Chori and 1966 Tamil language film Chandhrodhayam, which in turn were adaptations of the 1934 Hollywood film It Happened One Night.[3][4] In turn, Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin was remade in Tamil as Kadhal Rojavae (2000) and inspired the Kannada movie Hudugaata (2007).

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PlotEdit

Pooja Dharamchand (Pooja Bhatt) is the daughter of a rich Bombay shipping tycoon, Seth Dharamchand (Anupam Kher). She is head-over-heels in love with movie star Deepak Kumar (Sameer Chitre), but her father strongly disapproves of their courtship. One night, Pooja escapes from her father's yacht and hops onto a bus to Bangalore to be with Deepak, who is shooting for a film there. Meanwhile, Seth Dharamchand, realizing his daughter has run away, dispatches private detectives to locate her.

Aboard the bus, Pooja meets Raghu Jetley (Aamir Khan), a loud-mouth journalist who has just lost his job. He offers to help her in exchange for an exclusive story on her, which would revive his flagging career. Pooja is forced to agree to his demands, as he threatens to let her father know of her whereabouts should she not comply. After both of them happen to miss the bus, Raghu and Pooja go through various adventures together and find themselves falling in love with one another.

Raghu desires to marry Pooja, but knows that financially he is in no shape to do so. He simply wanted a story on her life and never wanted to win her heart. Pooja also falls for Raghu and she decides to go with him, but a misunderstanding leads her to believe that Raghu was just looking for a story and not her love.

She calls it quits, returns home and agrees to marry Deepak. However, her father learns about Raghu when he comes to him to take back his money, spent by Raghu on Pooja on his way to Bangalore. He realises how Raghu has taken care of Pooja during the trip. Pooja misunderstands him and believes that he might have come for the reward announced by her rich father. At last her father tells Pooja that Raghu is the right man for her and that he has not come for the reward. On the wedding day she realises that Raghu really loves her and then runs away from the marriage mandap (hall) to Raghu with her father's support.

CastEdit

  • Pooja Bhatt as Pooja Dharamchand
  • Anupam Kher as Dharamchand
  • Aamir Khan as Raghu Jetley, press reporter
  • Deepak Tijori Special appearance in the song "Galyat Sankali"
  • Tiku Talsania In a special appearance as an editor of Daily Toofan newspaper
  • Avtar Gill in a special appearance as a kidnapper
  • Javed Khan in a special appearance as a purse snatcher
  • Sameer Chitre as film actor Deepak Kumar
  • Rakesh Bedi as private detective
  • Veerendra Saxena as private detective
  • Mushtaq Khan in a special appearance as a bus conductor
  • Shammi in a special appearance as a Parsi lady who gives lift
  • Rajesh Puri in a special appearance as a Dharamchand's P.A.
  • Amrit Patel in a special appearance as an inn manager
  • Shubha Khote in a special appearance as an inn manager
  • Deepak Tijori Special appearance in the song "Galyat Sankali"

SoundtrackEdit

Dil Hai Ki Manta Nahin
Soundtrack album by
ReleasedJune 13, 1991
Recorded1991
StudioSudeep Studio Pvt. Ltd.
GenreFilm Soundtrack
Length56:53
LanguageHindi
LabelT-Series
DirectorMahesh Bhatt
ProducerGulshan Kumar
Nadeem Shravan chronology
Aap Ki Yaadein
(1991)
Dil Hai Ki Manta Nahin
(1991)
Saajan
(1991)

The soundtrack of the movie is composed by the music director duo Nadeem-Shravan. The song lyrics were written by Sameer and Faaiz Anwar. All the songs are sung by Anuradha Paudwal, along with co-singers Kumar Sanu, Abhijeet, Babla Mehta and Debashish Dasgupta. The Songs "Dil Tujhpe Aa Gaya" and "Galyat Sankali Sonyachi" were originally voiced by Kumar Sanu, but later was released with voiceover by Abhijeet and Babla Mehta respectively.

# Title Singer(s) Lyricist Duration
1 "Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin" (Duet) Kumar Sanu, Anuradha Paudwal Faaiz Anwar 06:08
2 "O Mere Sapno Ke Saudagar" Anuradha Paudwal Sameer 05:05
3 "Kaise Mizaj Aap Ke Hain" Anuradha Paudwal, Kumar Sanu Faaiz Anwar 05:39
4 "Dil Tujhpe Aa Gaya" Abhijeet Bhattacharya, Anuradha Paudwal Sameer 04:38
5 "Dulhan Tu Doolah Main" Anuradha Paudwal, Debashish Das Gupta Aziz Khan 04:57
6 "Adayein Bhi Hain" Anuradha Paudwal, Kumar Sanu Sameer 05:32
7 "Tu Pyaar Hai Kisi Aur Ka" Anuradha Paudwal, Kumar Sanu Sameer 06:48
8 "Galyat Sankali Sonyachi" Anuradha Paudwal, Babla Mehta, Debashish Dasgupta Sameer 06:44
9 "Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin" (Female) Anuradha Paudwal Faiz Anwar 06:09
10 "Hum To Mashoor Hue" Anuradha Paudwal Rani Malik 05:07
11 "Mainu Ishq Da Lagiya Rog" Anuradha Paudwal Sameer 05:44

Awards and nominationsEdit

Anuradha Paudwal won Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer for the song Dil hai ke manta nahin in 1992.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Box Office 1991". Box Office India. 4 April 2008. Archived from the original on 4 April 2008.
  2. ^ http://www.koimoi.com/box-office-filmometer/aamir-khan/
  3. ^ Bhaskaran, Gautaman (22 August 2003). "Aping Hollywood". The Hindu. Retrieved 2 March 2012.
  4. ^ Jha, Lata (2016-12-06). "Ten films to remember Jayalalithaa by". Mint. Retrieved 2018-09-10.

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