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Saawan... The Love Season

Saawan... The Love Season (Hindi: सावन, Urdu: ساون‎) is a Hindi romance film directed by Saawan Kumar, starring Saloni Aswani, Kapil Jhaveri, Ranjeet, Prem Chopra and Salman Khan amongst others in pivotal roles. The title of the film was named after the director Saawan Kumar. This movie has many similarities with Angelina Jolie’s 2002 starrer - Life or something like it; even though there hasn’t been any confirmation whether it was based on the latter.

Sawaan... The Love Season
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Directed bySaawan Kumar Tak
Produced bySaawan Kumar Tak
Written bySaawan Kumar Tak
StarringSalman Khan
Saloni Aswani
Kapil Jhaveri
Music byAadesh Shrivastav
CinematographyRajendra Prasad K.
Release date
7 April 2006 (2006-04-07)
Running time
123 minutes
Budget₹3 Crore
Box office₹3.46 Crore


Saawan... The Love Season tells the story of a couple, Raj (Kapil Jhaveri) and Kajal (Saloni Aswani). They get married, and when they come back from their Honeymoon in Patiala, Kajal finds a man who predicts the future (Salman Khan). Whether it's the death of a person at 9 p.m. or a major accident on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway, the man knows it all. He's a modern-day Nostradamus. When Kajal asks him about her future, he tells her she'd die two days later. Obviously, Kajal is shattered, she tells Raj who swears if anything happens to her, he would kill the Nostradamus. On the fateful day, Kajal is mistakenly shot by the cops outside a shopping mall and dies. Raj blames the Nostradamus for it, breaks into his house, bashes him black and blue and Nostradamus dies. As Nostradamus dies, he predicts death of people sleeping on the side of a road by a famous actor who is a look alike of Nostradamus himself. When Nostradamus dies, Kajal, who is already pronounced dead, wakes up. She's alive now. She falls in love with Raj all over again, and with the help of Raj's friend Funsukh (Johny Lever) and his admirer, they get the couple remarried and they live happily ever after.




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