Shiv (Abhishek Bachchan) and Pooja (Karisma Kapoor) are happily married to each other but sometimes can get into the most petty arguments coming from the way they approach life. Shiv takes ... See full summary »
Shiv (Abhishek Bachchan) and Pooja (Karisma Kapoor) are happily married to each other but sometimes can get into the most petty arguments coming from the way they approach life. Shiv takes each day as it comes whilst Pooja's imagination sometimes gets the best of her. Pooja falls in love with Shiv so much that she gives up her high rising career for him and settles as a housewife. Their in-difference gets worse and Pooja is soon convinced that Shiv has been unfaithful. Pooja asks for a divorce and leaves him. She carries on with life and meets Raj (Akshay Kumar). Raj has everything anyone could ask for: money, fame but not love something he has craved for some time. He falls for Pooja and she also begins to like him. They get engaged and as the wedding approaches, Shiv re-enters Pooja's life. Old feelings and emotions come rushing back and she finds herself torn between two men. Who does she choose...? Written by
Haan Maine Bhi Pyaar Kiya is a melodramatic, unconvincing and unoriginal movie which offers nothing new to its audiences. The film's director, Dharmesh Darshan is the one who made crappy films like Raja Hindustani and whose only passable film was Dhadkan. Here he tries to tackle a serious theme of marriage and infidelity but the execution is so poor that nothing really works. The story is actually a copy of T. Rama Rao's 1981 comedy-drama Ek Hi Bhool, a film I really like, but here everything is predictable and boring. Abhishek Bachchan plays the leading role, and he is very average. Karisma Kapoor overdoes her part to the hilt, which she sadly does every time she plays underwritten parts of this sort. Akshay Kumar's character is very similar to his role in Dhadkan, and he is okay. The film's ending is as expected sugarcoated, contrived and clichéd and the same can be said about the film itself. If you ever get the chance to see this film, just avoid it.
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