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Kitne Door... Kitne Paas (2002)

Two young Indians, a male named Jatin, and a woman named Karishma, meet on an airplane, who is on it's way to India. Jatin is returning home to get married to a woman named Jaya, who has ... See full summary »

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Jatin
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Karishma
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Veer Singh / Jeet Singh Rathod / Bhanwar Singh
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Bapalal Patel
Nasir Khan
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Ramesh
Shama Deshpande ...
Geeta
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Rama (as Beena)
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Mrs. Koki Patel
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Kalyanji
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Police Inspector K.K. Limbachia
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Pritam Singh
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Grandfather
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Razzak Shahjanpuri (as Razzaq Khan)
Roop Kumar Rathod ...
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Two young Indians, a male named Jatin, and a woman named Karishma, meet on an airplane, who is on it's way to India. Jatin is returning home to get married to a woman named Jaya, who has been chosen for him by his mother. Karishma is also returning to India to get married to an Indian named Nimesh. Their paths cross, and despite of the difference in their temperaments, both are attracted to each other. Both would like to get married, but also realize and stand by their commitment to Jaya and Nimesh. Will they marry the partners intended for them, and thus regret this meeting for the rest of their lives? Written by Sumitra (corrected by Carrie)

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Comedy | Romance

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Mahima Chaudhary was the initial choice for the role of Karishma. See more »

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References Coolie (1983) See more »

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Yaar Main India Chala
Music by Sanjeev Rathod & Darshan Rathod
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Average, but watchable masala movie
10 June 2002 | by (Vienna, Austria) – See all my reviews

An average Bollywood flick with Ex-VJ Amrita Arora in her first feature film role, a love story about two young NRIs living in the U.S. who go back to India to get married - though both to someone else. Still, they keep bumping into each other on their rather difficult journey home until the frequency of music and dance scenes starts getting higher (i. e. they have fallen in love). The plot is said to have been modelled on the Hollywood flick Forces of Nature (which I haven't seen).

Though quite average, I'd still consider this an ok movie: well choreographed song and dance scenes (though not particularly spectacular ones) and nice, good-looking, rather believable actors in the main roles. Though it was quite peculiar that many dialog scenes were very badly filmed (with bad lighting and awkward camera movements), while in the music and dance sequences the cinematographer seems to have changed: they were just perfect! There you can see again what is most important about masala movies...

This was the second Bollyfilm I have seen as a whole, so I cannot compare it really to lots of others, but I'd still say this is an average, but definitely watchable film, probably also for European audiences. I think here especially of the target group of older Eastern European women who love Latin-American soap-operas (like in my native Hungary) - they'd surely like this one, too... :)


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