Dil Hai Tumhaara
Dil Hai Tumhaara (English: My Heart Is Yours) is a 2002 Indian Hindi romantic comedy and family film directed by Kundan Shah starring Rekha, Preity Zinta, Mahima Chaudhry, Arjun Rampal, Jimmy Sheirgill and Alok Nath. It performed poorly at the Indian box office. Zinta's performance was praised by critics and earned her nominations at award ceremonies. The soundtrack, composed by Nadeem-Shravan, did well on the charts.
|Dil Hai Tumhaara|
|Directed by||Kundan Shah|
Ramesh S. Taurani
|Written by||Subrat Sinha (dialogues)|
|Edited by||Aseem Sinha|
Shalu (Preity Zinta) is a young, fun loving young woman living with her mother, Sarita (Rekha), and older sister, Nimmi (Mahima Chaudhry). Unknown to Shalu and Nimmi, they are half-sisters. Shalu is the daughter of Sarita's late husband Shekar and the woman with whom he had an affair. Fatally wounded in a car accident with Shalu's biological mother, Shekar begged Sarita to raise Shalu as her own.
Although Sarita adopted Shalu, she cannot forget the truth of Shalu's hidden parentage, and so gives her none of the love she shows to her real daughter, Nimmi. Shalu, on the other hand, loves Sarita, whom she believes is her real mother. She constantly craves her mother's affection but does not get it. She seeks attention and retaliates by being rebellious. Unlike their mother, Nimmi loves Shalu very much and constantly stands up for her, though she refuses to think ill of her mother or take sides.
Eventually a young man named Dev Khanna (Arjun Rampal) enters the sisters' lives. Dev and Shalu initially do not get along but slowly fall in love. However, circumstances make Nimmi believe that Dev is in love with her, not Shalu. Sarita, only aware of Nimmi's side of the story, offers a marriage proposal to Dev's father (Alok Nath) on Nimmi's behalf. Mr Khanna is taken aback, because he knows about the relationship between Dev and Shalu. When Sarita sees Dev and Shalu being affectionate, she jumps to the conclusion that Shalu has stolen Dev from Nimmi - just as Shalu's mother stole Shekar away from her. Sarita confronts Shalu in anger and reveals her true heritage in front of Nimmi.
Shocked at her parentage, Shalu decides to sacrifice Dev to make her mother and sister happy. When Dev learns this from Shalu, he is confused and dismayed, but eventually agrees to marry Nimmi to make Shalu happy. Nimmi notices that something is wrong with Shalu, but Shalu deflects the question by saying that she has fallen in love with Samir (Jimmy Sheirgill), her childhood friend who has been in love with her for years.
On the engagement day, Sarita's political rivals try to use Shalu's illegitimate heritage to threaten Nimmi's marriage to Dev, who is from a prominent family. Shalu takes matters into her own hands, rushing to Dev's house where she publicly announces to Dev's entire family that she was born out of wedlock, arguing that it is proof of Sarita's kindness and generosity that Shalu was adopted into her family. It would be an injustice if the marriage were cancelled solely because of her. Mr Khanna is impressed with Shalu's courage and promises that nothing will stop the marriage from taking place.
Sarita secretly witnesses Shalu's confession and is deeply touched. She is ashamed of how she has treated Shalu, and they share their first hug. Sarita tells her that she will ask Nimmi to step aside if Shalu and Dev are really in love. Shalu stops her from doing so, saying that now she has her mother's love and acceptance, she does not want anything else.
Nimmi is very happy that her mother has accepted Shalu, but she still feels that something is not quite right with her sister. She soon learns of the whole ruse from Samir, and gladly steps aside for Shalu and Dev to be united.
- Producer: Kumar Taurani, Ramesh S. Taurani
- Director: Kundan Shah
- Story: Kundan Shah, Rajkumar Santoshi
- Screenplay: Kundan Shah, Rajkumar Santoshi
- Dialogues: Subrat Sinha
- Lyrics: Sameer
- Music: Nadeem-Shravan
- Choreography: Jojo, Longines Fernandes, Raju Khan
- Editing: Asim Sinha
- Costume Design: Shaheed Aamir
- Associate Director: Gorky
Dil Hai Tumhaara is notable for having unusually long takes during the musical scenes, most notably during the 'Mohabbat Dil Ka Sakoon' and 'Dil Hai Tumhaara' sequences. A number of the musical sequences were used to advance the plot, instead of simply being interludes.
|Dil Hai Tumhara|
|Studio album by Nadeem-Shravan|
|Released||28 June 2002 (India)|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
|Label||Tips Music Films|
Even though the film did not do well at the box office, the soundtrack went on to be highly successful. It has nine songs composed by the duo Nadeem-Shravan, with lyrics authored by Sameer. According to the Indian trade website Box Office India, with around 15,00,000 units sold, this film's soundtrack album was the year's sixth highest-selling.
|1||"Mohabbat Dil Ka Sakoon"||Kumar Sanu, Udit Narayan & Alka Yagnik||05:37|
|2||"Dil Laga Liya Maine"||Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik||04:31|
|3||"O Sahiba O Sahiba"||Kavita Krishnamurthy, Sonu Nigam||04:52|
|4||"Chayya Hai Jo Dil"||Kavita Krishnamurthy, Shaan||04:36|
|5||"Betabi Ka Khamoshi Ka"||Sarika Kapoor||01:57|
|6||"Dil Hai Tumhaara"||Kumar Sanu, Udit Narayan & Alka Yagnik||06:41|
|7||"Chahe Zubaan"||Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik||04.37|
|8||"Kasam Khake Kaho"||Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik||05:53|
|9||"Kabhi Hasna Hai Kabhi"||Tauseef Akhtar||05.16|