After a chance, pre-arranged meeting, Nisha and Sunil meet, fall in love, marry and move in with Sunil's wealthy family. Sunil's older brother Anand, is a shady business executive whose 'partners' want to control his business tactics.
Sunil (Apoorva Agnihotri) and Ashok are two close friends. They are of marriageable age. One day Ashok's mom tells him to introduce himself to Shalu. But Ashok is reluctant to do so. He asks Sunil to impersonate him, and somehow reject Shalu. That way his mom will be satisfied and not pester him any more. In the meantime, Shalu and Nisha (Mahima Choudhary) have also decided like-wise, and planned to fool Sunil. But when the two couples meet, Sunil and Nisha fall in love, but are unable to tell each other of their impersonations. When they do so, they are already in love, and after meeting each other's parents, they get married. Enter Sunil's elder brother Anand (Sunny Deol), and complications abound. Anand is involved in criminal activities, he wants to give up those, but his partners will not allow him to do so. Nisha works for Anand and he is in love with her and would like to marry her, but when he finds out that his brother loves her he steps down. Sunil and Nisha get married and ... Written by
A totally unoriginal debut by fed-up editor Subhash Sehgal. Sunny Deol and Apoorva Agnihotri play two brothers who are orphans (a cliche in the melodramatic world of Bollywood!). Sunny Deol has never looked at another girl before (strange, as he is in his thirties!) and has always been working very hard to bring up his younger brother. Apoorva is a college boy who meets college girl Mahima Choudhry. They both fall in love in one day! Predictably, Sunny Deol also falls in love with Mahima. Cue heartbreak, overdramatic declarations of love and choppy editing. Mahima marries Apoorva and they sing some songs. In a strange twist, Mahima ends up married to both men!
Direction is poor. The music is above average. The best song is 'Yaad Piya Ki Aane Lagi', which is ruined by a rubbish dance sequence. Sunny Deol seems embarrassed to play a romantic elder brother. Apoorva cannot act at all and fails at his attempts to do comedy. Mahima is a good actress but she has a bad hair day here. Her costumes are cheap and awful and her make-up is overloaded. Definitely not one of Mahima's best films (go and see Daag and Dil Kya Kare instead).
Film rating: 4.5 out of 10
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