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Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988)

A young man and young woman fall in love against their feuding fathers' wishes; Romeo and Juliet set in contemporary India.

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Raj
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Rashmi
Goga Kapoor ...
Randhir Singh
Dalip Tahil ...
Dhanraj Singh (as Dalip Tahhil)
Ravindra Kapoor ...
Dharampal Singh
Asha Sharma ...
Mrs. Saraswati Singh
Alok Nath ...
Jaswant Singh
Rajendranath Zutshi ...
Shyam (as Zutshi)
Shehnaz Kudia ...
Kavita (as Shehnaz)
Charushila ...
Parvati (as Charu Shila)
Beena Banerjee ...
Reema Lagoo ...
Mrs. Kamla Singh
Nandita Thakur ...
Indumati
Ahmed Khan ...
Bhagwandas (as Ahmed)
Arjun ...
Ratan Singh
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Both Dhanraj Singh and Randhir Singh are two bitter and old time enemies. They faced a disastrous situation when there children, Raj and Rashmi falls deeply in love. They openly declares there hatred for one another and will do anything in there power even kill but they will not accept there children's choice. But Raj and Rashmi is dedicated to there love and is not willing to accept the fact that there dads are enemies. Written by gAvInDrA (brave_loverboy2004@hotmail.com)

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Dilip Tahil appearance in the song Papa Kehte Hain did wonders for him,which ever party he attended people started playing the song after noticing him. See more »

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Rashmi: When Raj and Rashmi were going back to Dehli, Rashmi says "Tum Dilli Mein Hum Se Milo Ge Naa! Agar Na Milna Ho To Milne Ka Vaada Hi Kar Do, Kam Se Kam Hamein Tuhara Intezar To Rahega" And two tears come out of her eyes.
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Papa Kehte Hain
Written by Majrooh Sultanpuri
Composed by Anand Chitragupth and Milind Chitragupth
Performed by Udit Narayan
Courtesy of Super Cassettes Industries Limited (T-Series)
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We are their children, but not their property
13 April 2007 | by (India) – See all my reviews

I was in class eighth when I watched this movie. Those were hard times. My father used to stand beside the television on Friday night as Prannoy Roy's "World this week" would come to an end. As the program used to end, my father would switch off the television to make sure I can't even get a glimpse of the following late night Friday night movie.

In such a time me and my sister persuaded my father to go to Durgapur Cinema and watch a children's movie named "Qayamat Se Qayamat tack". 20 years have passed since then. I have watched so many movies of so many languages in the world. But not a single dialog of any of them did influence me as much as this one from QSQT did -> "Hum UN-key Au-lad jar-o-or hay-in, par Jagger Ne-hi". And the last scene hypocrisy of the "majboor Bap" who asks her daughter to pack her bags since "Raj to ate-i hon-gay".

It's unfortunate that our nation hasn't changed much in two decades and still families fight over marriages between different castes, religions etc. In fact it has gone worse in some states like MP where fanatic elements can influence the police to bring kidnapping charges against the groom which finally, as it happened recently, required the intervention of the court to sanction the nuptial bond.

Amir did a real great job.


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