Kuch Tum Kaho Kuch Hum Kahein

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Kuchh Tum Kaho Kuchh Hum Kahei
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Directed by K. Ravi Shankar
Produced by D. Ramanaidu[1]
Written by Jainendra Jain (dialogues)
Screenplay by Paruchuri Brothers
Story by Uday Shankar,
Deenaraj
Starring Fardeen Khan
Richa Pallod
Farida Jalal
Govind Namdeo
Mukesh Tiwari
Music by Anu Malik (songs),
R. P. Patnaik (background score)
Cinematography Ajayan Vincent
Edited by Marthand K. Venkatesh,
Madhav
Production
company
Distributed by Dream Merchants Enterprise
Release date
28 June 2002
Country India
Language Hindi

Kuch Tum Kaho Kuch Hum Kahein (English: You say something, I'll say something) is a 2002 Indian Hindi romance drama film directed by Ravi Shankar. The film stars Fardeen Khan opposite debutant Richa Pallod. It released worldwide on 28 June 2002, and opened to a mixed response from critics and public.[3] The story is based on two lovers who are unable to start an relationship because of their family's feud and ancient grudge. The storyline is a remake of the Telugu movie Kalisundam Raa, and features similarities with William Shakespeare's classical story, Romeo and Juliet.

Plot summary

Vishnupratap Singh (Vikram Gokhale) is celebrating his 60th birthday in his village with his wife (Farida Jalal). At the behest of his wife, Vishnu Pratap calls his estranged son's family from Bombay for the event. Their grandson, Abhay (Fardeen Khan), arrives with his mother and sister to the village, and is initially greeted with animosity. However, he shows a kind and caring side that wins the affections of his family members. He also starts to become friendly with Mangala (Richa Pallod), and the two start playing pranks and teasing each other, which eventually leads to them falling in love. Abhay ends up getting into a fight with the family of Virendra Pratap (Govind Namdeo), specifically his nephew, Rudra Pratap (Sharad Kapoor). Vishnu Pratap slaps Abhay afterwards for his actions, even though he was defending himself against Rudra.

Abhay finds out Rudra's anger towards his family is a deep-rooted family feud. Virendra Pratap and Vishnu Pratap are brothers-in-law who were once very close friends after Vishnu married his sister to Virendra. 25 years before, they decided that Vishnu Pratap's son, Abhay's father, Indra, would marry Virendra Pratap's niece. However, Indra was in love with Abhay's mother, and ran away on the day of the wedding to avoid the marriage. The bride, despondent over her humiliation, committed suicide that day by setting herself on fire. Virendra Pratap's brother and son-in-law died that day, as a result of the fight that broke out at the wedding. Vishnu Pratap blames his son for the discourse within the family, and shunned him and his children, as a result. Abhay, hearing this, resolves to reunite the two families in some way. Rudra, however, is determined to kill Abhay and his family to avenge the deaths of his sister and father.

Abhay eventually succeeds in reconciling the two families, and decides to ask his grandfather for permission to marry Mangala. However, Mangala's marriage is arranged to a member of Virendra Pratap's family in order to reunite the families permanently. Abhay sacrifices his love for Mangala in order to let the families come back together. However, Mangala refuses to agree, and runs away to the station, where Abhay tries to stop her from leaving for the sake of their family. The families eventually find out about Mangala running away, and Rudra goes after her, intending to kill Abhay. The two get into a fight, until Rudra stabs Abhay. At that point, Vishnu Pratap and Virendra Pratap show up with the family after finding out about Abhay and Mangala's love, and realizing the mistake they've made. Rudra also comes to realize his mistake, and he reunites Abhay and Mangala, as the families become one and reconcile.

Cast

Box office

It was an average grosser at the box office.[4]

Soundtrack

music composed by Anu Malik. with lyrics by Sameer

Title Singer(s)
Aa Ra Raa Ra Raa Fardeen Khan, Sonu Nigam
Chudi Chudi Shaan, Preeti & Pinky, Prashant
Hua Salaam Dil Ka Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik
Jab Se Dekha Tumko Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik
Kuch Tum Kaho Kuch Hum Kahein Hariharan
Tu Hi Hai Shaan, Sunidhi Chauhan
Yeh Kya Majboori K.K., Prashant

References

  1. ^ "Movie Preview Review Kuch Tum Kaho Kuch Hum Kahein". Hindisong.com. Retrieved 2015-07-23. 
  2. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20100205084551/http://thehindujobs.com/thehindu/fr/2002/07/05/stories/2002070501040201.htm. Archived from the original on 5 February 2010. Retrieved 19 August 2013.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  3. ^ "KTKKHK Movie Overview". Apunkachoice.com. Retrieved 20 October 2011. 
  4. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20080122102508/http://www.boxofficeindia.com/showProd.php?itemCat=209&catName=MjAwMw%3D%3D. Archived from the original on 22 January 2008. Retrieved 4 March 2009.  Missing or empty |title= (help)

External links

  • Kuch Tum Kaho Kuch Hum Kahein on IMDb
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