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Love at Times Square is a 2003 Bollywood film directed by and starring Dev Anand with Shoib Khan, Chaitanya Chaudhary and Heene Kaushik. The film had special appearances from Salman Khan and Rishi Kapoor.

Love at Times Square
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Directed byDev Anand
Produced byDev Anand
Written byDev Anand
StarringDev Anand
Music byAdnan Sami
Release date
February 14, 2003
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

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PlotEdit

Sweety (Heene) is the daughter of a billionaire Indian (Dev Anand). The girl's father organizes a musical concert at Times Square where she comes across two young boys: Raj (Shoeb Khan) and Bobby (Chaitanya Chaudhary). Raj is a computer engineer and works in the Silicon Valley whereas Bobby, who is a middle class person, has come to the US in order to earn a bright future. Sweety (Heene) is pursuing her studies in Mass Communication in the US. Both the boys fall in love with the same girl (Sweety).

Sweety drives from New York City to San Jose with Raj to meet her father and on the way, Raj falls in love with her. Meanwhile, Bobby starts work under her father, also in love with Sweety. Both men propose marriage to her but Sweety decline, unsure about love.

Eventually, she falls in love with Bobby after he saves her from a bad guy Ashish Vidyarthi. On new years eve, one year after they initiall met, she chooses Bobby And the two get engaged.

MusicEdit

Lyrics were penned by Javed Akhtar and music was composed by Adnan Sami. Adnan Sami also gave his voice for the songs.

  1. "Aa Ja Aa Ja Aa Bhi Ja" - Adnan Sami
  2. "Aisa Ho Koi" - Kavita Krishnamurthy
  3. "Raat Hai Jawan" - Adnan Sami
  4. "Sapna Ho" - Sonu Nigam, Vijeta Pandit
  5. "Sote Sote" - Lucky Ali, Sapna Mukherjee
  6. "Woh Ladka Aisa Hoga" - Udit Narayan, Abhijeet, Jaspinder Narula
  7. "Yahan Pyar Me Dhadke Dil" - Alka Yagnik
  8. "Ye Raste Yeh Masti" - Kavita Krishnamurthy, Lucky Ali

ReceptionEdit

The film was critically and commercially unsuccessful. It was much criticized for poor writing and plot as well as poor acting by the newcomers. The direction of scenes in New York and transitions between scenes were also criticized.[1]

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