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Hum Ho Gaye Aap Ke (2001)

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Rishi Oberoi is the only son in the Oberoi family, who are wealthy and own a palatial home. Rishi is a womanizer, and often drinks. One day he comes across an attractive young lady, who he ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Fardeen Khan ...
Rishi Oberoi
Chandni Gupta
Apoorva Agnihotri ...
Mohan Sachdev (as Apurva Agnihotri)
Suman Ranganathan ...
Nikki (as Suman Rangnathan)
Sadashiv Amrapurkar ...
Suresh Oberoi ...
Mr. Oberoi
Mahesh Thakur ...
Anant Mahadevan
Shammi ...
Achyut Potdar ...
Mohan's Father
Suhas Joshi ...
Mohan's Mother
Kinjal Joshi ...
Mohan's Sister
Nina Kulkarni ...
Mrs. Gupta
Meghna ...
Chandni's Sister
Ali Asghar ...
Manjeet (as Ali Asgar)


Rishi Oberoi is the only son in the Oberoi family, who are wealthy and own a palatial home. Rishi is a womanizer, and often drinks. One day he comes across an attractive young lady, who he later comes to know as Chandni Gupta. Chandni is not impressed with Rishi's advances, and ignores him. Chandni is employed with an organization, and is in love with her co-worker, Mohan Sachdev. When Mohan and Chandni plan to marry, they are met with opposition from Mohan's parents, and as a result Mohan marries someone else. Rishi comes to know about this and offers to console Chandni as a friend. It is now up to Chandni to decide if she would prefer a womanizer and a former admirer as a friend. Written by rAjOo (

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Love Speaks the Language known to the heart







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3 August 2001 (India)  »

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I like this flop and criticized movie
29 September 2011 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Good guys. Bad guys. Good gals. Bad gals. Should the youths be categorized in such stereotypes ? To be fair - no. However the public opinion is expressed through stereotypes only which become labels for people. As we know, since a person's public image walks ahead of him, the virtues of a guy (or a gal) who has been labelled as a bad one, are ignored like anything. But the fact is, the personalities of real flesh and blood human-beings contain gray shades. A person labelled as good may do something bad and correspondingly, a person labelled as bad may prove his goodness when the time strikes.

Hum Ho Gaye Aapke (I have become yours) is the story of Rishi (Fardeen Khan) who is the well-known brat of a business family containing only his father (Suresh Oberai). He is deprived of mother and sister. And hence he has learnt to see the girls as sex object only and treats every girl coming across him as 'available against generous consideration'. Besides, he is an alcoholic who drinks without caring for the time, the place and who is around him. According to his habit and character, he makes indecent proposal to Chaandni (Reema Sen) who is a middle class girl with a strong personality and high morals. She not only turns down his proposal but also rebukes him. Rishi takes it casually and forgets it under his 'you win some, you lose some' philosophy.

However an employee in Rishi's company, Mohan (Apoorva Agnihotri) comes in contact with Chaandni and befriends him. Chaandni also likes his nature and they become good friends. Mohan becomes emotional about her. When Chaandni is engaged to someone else, Mohan sends her a letter through Rishi saying that he won't be able to live without her. Rishi takes this much pain because he considers Mohan his close friend, not just an employee in his concern. Chaandni feels it appropriate to respond to Mohan's sentiments who comes from a modest background and longs for true love of someone. Hence she runs away from her marriage and moves to Mohan's house alongwith Rishi. But she is taken aback to find that Mohan proves himself to be a coward. He bows before the pressure and emotional blackmail of his selfish and old-fashioned parents (who want to marry him somewhere else for the sake of dowry) and refuses to accept Chaandni in his life.

Now Chaandni feels quite lonely and supportless in the world because now she cannot go back to her parental house also. Rishi offers her to move to his home and promises her decency and safety (from himself also). She feels that despite apparently being a brat, Rishi is not bad by heart. She trusts him and moves to his household where Rishi's father welcomes the unexpected guest with surprise. With her good behaviour, pleasant manners and kind-heartedness, she wins the hearts of all who come into her contact there. She joins Rishi's office also and as she is able to locate the virtues in Rishi's personality, she not only gets closer to him but also becomes successful in transforming his personality (after understanding the reason behind his spoilage). Mohan tries to be close to her again but she keeps him at bay (though forgives him).

Rishi's father comes to know that his son has started loving Chaandni but he hurts Chaandni's self-respect by indicating to her that she is a gold-digger and trapped Rishi in her love for the sake of her social and monetary security. She gets out of Rishi's house and life only to be reunited with him in the end.

The movie is an emotional one and underscores the importance of company. Not only a man is known by the company he keeps but also a man is shaped by the company he gets. A good guy can be spoilt in bad company but his personality can be cleansed of the evils through good company which can act as a catalyst to exasperate the good in him and help him to get rid of bad habits and routines.

Director Ahathian has directed the movie properly. The flaws are there in the screenplay as well as the chracterization of certain characters of the story. Still, I found the movie to be emotionally appealing and when it was over, I got the satisfaction of watching a good movie. Just like its subject matter, perhaps the movie also suffered from the labelling by the reviewers (as bad).

Nadeem Shravan's music is a big asset of the movie. The title track (sung by Alka Yagnik and Kumar Sanu) is the best one which has been picturized very romantically. Other songs are also pretty good to listen.

It's the debut movie of Reema Sen who not only looks pretty but has performed also quite well. Despite being the hero-oriented film, it's her character which is the pivotal wheel of the script. Fardeen Khan is not a very good actor but he has done satisfactorily in the assigned role. Among others, Suresh Oberai is excellent, rest all are routine. Apoorva Agnihotri has tried his level best as Mohan but his characterization itself is defective and unreal.

Hum Ho Gaye Aapke is not a great movie but it is not so bad also as it was criticized when released. Well, I firmly opine that a good seed needs good soil, clean water, healthy environment and proper nurturing also to grow into a stout tree.

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