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Maine Pyar Kiya (1989)

Not Rated | | Drama, Family, Musical | 29 December 1989 (India)
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Karan (Alok Nath) lives in a small house with his only daughter, Suman (Bhagyashree). He decides to travel overseas in Dubai, in the Persian Gulf, so that he can accumulate enough wealth to... See full summary »

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Suman
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Karan (as Aloknath)
Rajeev Verma ...
Kishen Kumar Choudhary (as Rajiv Verma)
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Kaushalya Choudhary (as Rima Lagoo)
Ajit Vachani ...
Ranjeet (as Ajit Vachhani)
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Rahim chacha
Deep Dhillon ...
Laal Miyan
Huma Khan ...
Gulabiya (Milk delivery maid)
Handsome ...
'Handsome' Pigeon
Pervin Dastur ...
Seema
Shreechand Makhija ...
(as S.C. Makhija)
Rakesh Shrivastav ...
(as Rakesh Srivastava)
Dilip Joshi ...
Ramu
Sushil Johri
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Karan (Alok Nath) lives in a small house with his only daughter, Suman (Bhagyashree). He decides to travel overseas in Dubai, in the Persian Gulf, so that he can accumulate enough wealth to get his daughter married. He decides to leave his daughter with his friend, Kishen Kumar choudhury (Rajiv Verma), wife Mrs. Kaushalya (Reema Lagoo), and son Prem (Salman Khan). Prem is supposed to marry Seema (Pervin Dastur), who is the only daughter of Kishen's business partner, Ranjeet (Ajit Vachani). But Prem falls in love with Suman. He woos her until she also falls in love with him. Kaushalya approves of Suman, but Kishan does not, and asks her to get out of his house and life, as he feels that she has taken advantage of his hospitality. Karan returns and is enraged at Kishan's behaviour. Prem is unhappy with his dad's decision, and he decides to leave home and be near Suman. But Karan does not approve of Prem, and will not let him come anywhere near Suman. Prem will now have to prove himself ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Trivia

The first scene that was filmed was the one between Salman and his father, played by Rajeev Verma, in the office. Filming took place in Mumbai and Ooty. See more »

Goofs

When Prem's father tells Suman to leave his house she is wearing a shiny yellow and gold sari but when she brings her suitcase down her sari has changed to a plain yellow sari which is completely different to the sari she was wearing before. See more »

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Prem Choudhary: In friendship there is a rule: no sorry, no thank you.
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As the opening credits are shown, a ballet sequence with two random dancers is done to the song Aate Jaate. See more »

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Featured in Shatranj (1993) See more »

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Dil Deewana - III
Written by Dev Kohli
Composed by Vijay Patil
Performed by Balasubramaniam S.P.
Courtesy of Saregama HMV
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Sooraj Barjatya's best movie
26 February 2009 | by See all my reviews

Maine Pyar Kiya came out at the time when multistarrers were the safest bet at the box office. Maine Pyar Kiya the highest grossing movies of 1989 and considering it had to contend with Yash Chopra's Chandni that is very good indeed. Salman Khan and Bhagyashree made their debut along with debutant director Sooray Barjatya. Bhagyashree went on to get married whilst Salman Khan went on to star in Sooraj Barjatya's Hum Aapke hain koun and Hum Saath Saath Hain. Most people may claim HAHK was Mr Barjatya's best movie but I find it ridiculously overrated, MPK was Mr Barjatya's finest hour. The story is as old as the hills but the way it is told is very sweet and you really feel for the lovers. The thing I love so much about MPK is the songs, each one is a masterpiece. Usually when I listen to a movie soundtrack I normally listen to a couple of songs and skip the rest but not the case with MPK, I can listen to the songs over and over again and never get bored. My favourites are Mere Rang ne or Kabootar Ja Ja. In fact I would go as far as calling MPK the best soundtrack of the 80's. MPK is one of those love stories I can watch over and over again and love it even more. A true 80's masterpiece.


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