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Radha (Pooja Bhatt) and Manohar (Vivek Mushran) love each other and want to get married, but Radha's dad (Ashok Saraf) does not approve of their marriage as Manohar comes from a poor family. He instructs Radha not to leave the house, but Radha finds a way to escape and goes to Manohar's house. Anticipating more obstacles, they run away, guided by Radha's uncle Natwarlal(Prem Chopra). Natwarlal convinces them that they must kidnap a wealthy person and demand a big ransom and take the money to appease Radha's dad. It is then they start to realize that their uncle has some other devious plans for them. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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All about Pooja...
26 March 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I like this movie. Pooja Bhatt was my favorite, of course most people would say that it would be Madhuri for obvious reasons.

I liked Pooja's honesty, because right now its a gimmick to try to be modern. Pooja was Pooja.

I respect Madhuri because she was the ideal woman, she is the women all women aspire to be: the dutiful daughter-loyal wife-and the ideal mother.

They are both very similar than different and this reflects in their upbringing: Pooja had lots of freedom of expression, and Madhuri expressed her creativity through art and dance.

The film industry did not appreciate Pooja and they criticized her...The film industry criticized Madhuri after a certain age but most of her best work came later (Dil to Pagal Hai, Devadas, Pukaar).

The industry is male dominated but I will not tolerate man haters...blaming men is wrong. I can think of a long list of men besides my father in my life who have given me nothing but patience, love and respect---no matter how moody I have been.

There are many sides to a woman, a true man no matter what his age is knows that. Case in point I have come across many guys that can read me like a book and I have not said anything to them, of course there are those who assume things but the wise ones wait...the others quietly regret.

I have nothing much to say about the movie except I remember the ABC...song it was cute. I liked Madhuris photographs. Kinda weird how he kept life size photos of her...did he need a visual reminder of her perfection.

That kind of relation is an illusion, a photo is a worth a thousand words. I think of my Enlish 11 Profs words...he also said he was a Tree in his past life, he told us to eat one egg in the morning for protein, and he was married to the French teacher hehehe.

Getting back to Prem Deewane: Prem means something along the lines of love, and Deewane means love or crazy lover. People are not crazy when they are in love that is a total myth. We have many illusions about love that we create, depending on the social climate of the times. That why it is best to pursue a well-rounded education (no need for phD analysis).

I think I believe in monogamy due to watching Hindi movies of the 90s, but I realize that time changes everything whether we chose to accept this or not is our choice. This movie was fun, it reflected the 90s well.

I never judged Pooja because I knew that she was being honest because she felt secure, and emotional security can only be passed from father-daughter. Mahesh Bhatt's legacy is his daughter, she is still very young in terms of Hollywood standards. I remember a quote of hers...she said something about being able to live anywhere and survive because she has acquired the tools. I have met many many men like Mahesh Bhatt and it all started in 89 when as a family we watched Daddy on video (not VHS but Beta I believe).

I have to thank my Dad for putting up with me, but he already knows I can see it in his eyes. Expression not repression!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. Destiny is like the family we are born into and Free will is what we become.

History is a great teacher, it is a waste of time to make the same mistake over and over...due to fear. Fear of self has to be the greatest fear and that is what causes problems. Experience is necessary for growth because there should be no regrets. If one has regrets then they are missing out. Pooja and Madhuri have none, both of them look fabulous.

I know I went off topic with this comment...I hope someone outthere finds it interesting. I apologize for the grammatical errors


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