Pyaar Mein Kabhi Kabhi

Pyaar Mein Kabhi Kabhi (transl. Sometimes in love) is a 1999 Indian Hindi musical romance film directed by Raj Kaushal.[1][2] The film starred debutantes Rinke Khanna, Dino Morea and Sanjay Suri. The film is set against the backdrop of a Performing Arts College.[3] The film was the brainchild of Shailendra Singh and the first release from his production house, Percept Picture Company. Pyaar Mein Kabhi Kabhi was groundbreaking for the Bollywood film industry, presenting 300 debutantes in cast and crew, an industry first in Indian cinema. Upon release the film was unsuccessful at the box office but the soundtrack of the film became chart buster.[4][5]

Pyaar Mein Kabhi Kabhi
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Directed byRaj Kaushal
Produced byPercept Picture Company (Originally Tyger Productions)
Shailendra Singh
Written byPatrick Biswas
Shailendra Singh
StarringRinke Khanna
Dino Morea
Sanjay Suri
Music bySongs:
Vishal Dadlani
Shekhar Ravjiani
Samrat
Shiraz Bhattacharya
Salim-Sulaiman
Background Score:
Salim-Sulaiman
CinematographyRajiv Jain
Distributed byPercept Picture Company
Release date
  • 25 June 1999 (1999-06-25)
Running time
173 mins
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

PlotEdit

The film revolves around a group of talented friends, whose lives undergo a complete change with the arrival of a new student – Khushi (Rinke Khanna). The friends are Siddhant (Dino Morea), Bhargav or Bugs (Sanjay Suri), Ronnie (Akashdeep Saigal), Radha (Shweta Salve), Ruby (Melody), Manoj Dhanwani as ‘Haklu’ because he stammers a lot. They all are the young and vibrant students of National Institute of Performing Arts. With Khushi comes a lot of happiness in their lives and as the days pass by, both Sid and Bugs fall in love with her. But Khushi loves Sid. Sid is driven by a burning ambition of becoming a singer. He throws friendship aside for a desirable woman (Roxy), who he believes, is his stepping stone to success.

He dreams of becoming the greatest pop singer and performing with Roxy. But nothing stops them (Sid and Khushi) from coming closer and closer each day. Bugs finds himself falling deeply in love with Khushi, but is forced to keep it a secret that only he can treasure. He takes Khushi on a day-long romantic date. Khushi, broken by Sid's falling for another woman, returns to her comfortable yet lonely existence, the very home that she left to find genuine love and lasting friendships. Emotional upheavals also haunt the rest of the group when a close colleague develops AIDS.

CastEdit

SoundtrackEdit

The song 'Musu Musu Haasi Deu' by Norden Tenzing Bhutia was reused in this film.

# Title Lyrics Music Singer(s)
1 "Woh Pehli Baar" Raj Kaushal and Vishal Dadlani Vishal Dadlani, Shiraz Bhattacharya, Samrat Shaan
2 "Tumne Na Humse" Patrick Biswas Shekhar Ravjiani Mahalakshmi Iyer
3 "Dil Se Mere" Mandira Bedi and Raj Kaushal Shekhar Ravjiani, Mahalakshmi Iyer
4 "Musu Musu Haasi Deu" Raj Kaushal and Vishal Dadlani Vishal Dadlani, Shiraz Bhattacharya, Samrat Shaan
5 "Lakhon Deewane" KK
6 "Koi Toh Mujhe Baata De" Raj Kaushal and Salim Merchant Salim-Sulaiman KK, Jeanne Michael, Salim Merchant
7 "Hum Naujawan Hai" Raj Kaushal and Vishal Dadlani Vishal Dadlani, Shiraz Bhattacharya, Samrat Vishal Dadlani, Manohar, Suraj Jagan

AwardsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Pyaar Mein Kabhi Kabhi". ApunKaChoice.
  2. ^ http://www.glamsham.com/music/lyrics/pyaar-mein-kabhi-kabhi/653/index.htm
  3. ^ "Pyar Mein Kabhi Kabhi". YouTube.
  4. ^ "Zee Cine Best Female Debut".
  5. ^ "Rediff On The NeT, Movies: The Pyar Mein Kabhi review".

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