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Pyaar Mein Kabhi Kabhi... (1999)

Siddhant recounts three months in his struggle to attain fame via the National Institute of Performing Arts and his close friendship with fellow-students: Baksh Bhargav, Radha, Ruby, KS, ... See full summary »

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Siddhant 'Sid' (as Siddhant)
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Khushi
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Priya Ahluwalia ...
Roxy's PA
Tarun Arora ...
Special Appearance
Shiraz Bhattacharya ...
Stylist's Assistant
Bhau ...
Bhau
Patrick Biswas ...
Professor - National Inst. of Performing Arts
Melody Decunha ...
Ruby
Manoj Dhanwani ...
Hari 'Haklu'
Longiness Fernandes ...
Special Appearance
Manish Goyal ...
Shoot Co-ordinator
Mayura Jagtap ...
Natasha
Gaurav Jaitley ...
Bouncer
Karishma Jaitley ...
Young Girl at Pub
Nitin Jaitley ...
Friend #2
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Siddhant recounts three months in his struggle to attain fame via the National Institute of Performing Arts and his close friendship with fellow-students: Baksh Bhargav, Radha, Ruby, KS, Ronnie, Hari, and new-comer Khushi. His attraction towards supermodel Roxy spurs him on to make a name for himself, while also maintaining an attachment to Khushi, who also has a secret admirer in this group. And the group's attempts to deal with the fact that one of them is HIV positive. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Drama | Musical

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25 June 1999 (India)  »

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2.35 : 1
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Mahima Chaudhary was signed for the lead role but opted out. See more »

Soundtracks

Tumne Na Humse
Written by Raj Kaushal and Patrick Sobelman
Composed by Shekhar Ravjiani
Performed by Mahalakshmi Iyer
Courtesy of Saregama HMV
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great movie
21 December 2009 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

greatest musical movie of Bollywood ever produced.. and if you don't like it you don't like bend it like beck-ham, Mansoon wedding, guru, Jhankaar beats etc. and you don't deserve to watch this movie instead goto some stupid, unscripted and foolish movie where there is no story no soul in film but stupidity of rich producers and dumb directors.. this is a great epic, great love songs and awesome performances like Dino, Sanjay and Rinki Khana. you must see this and hear the music inside you. songs are very cool and direction is awesome. Dino and Sanjay are very good. they gave very impressive performance, its their first movies but they acted like real actors, both Sanjay and Dino are stage actors and you will like them in this film.. just rent and watch it


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