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Chalte Chalte (2003)

A man pursues a woman who is already engaged and eventually gets married to her. Differences between the two lead to a bitter separation that threatens to destroy their relationship forever.

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Priya Chopra (as Rani Mukherji)
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Jayshree T. ...
Mrs. Manubhai
Rajeev Verma ...
Mr. Chopra
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Nandu (the roadside drunk)
Jameel Khan ...
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Postman
Suresh Bhagwat ...
Dhobi
Dinyar Tirandaz ...
Irani
Masood Akhtar ...
Paanwala
Govind Khatri ...
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Raj and Priya come from two different strata of society. While Raj owns a small-time transport business and belongs to the economically middle class section of society, Priya belongs to the affluent class and is on the road to becoming a famous fashion designer. But when a chance encounter brings them together, they are drawn towards each other. Raj has fallen for Priya but Priya is already engaged to marry her childhood friend Sameer. Raj follows her all the way to Greece to woo her. During the journey Priya realizes that Raj is her true soulmate and decides to marry him. But after a year of their marriage, things are not quite rosy as the once-lovestruck couple faces the harsh realities of marriage. Raj runs into financial problems and Priya borrows money from Sameer without telling Raj. When Raj finds out, all hell breaks loose and in an angry fit he accuses Priya of infidelity. This is too much to take for Priya and she leaves their home. Will they reunite or will the discord ... Written by Soumitra

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INR 120,000,000 (estimated)

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$836,225, 4 July 2003
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One of the actor in this film is jas arora who was discovered by dev anand in msbk See more »

Goofs

During Raj and Priya's visit to Mykonos, all the sites shown (Lykabetos Hill, Vouliagmeni Cave, St. Constantine Square, Faliro Luna Park etc.) are in or near Athens. Only the windmill dance sequence was in fact filmed in Mykonos. See more »

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Referenced in Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi (2008) See more »

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Beautiful mix of romance and drama
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I absolutely adore this movie! I've noticed that films produced by Shah Rukh himself tend to end up in my TOP-10 list -- Asoka, Main Hoon Na. And the same happened with Chalte Chalte -- it's definitely one of my favorites now, right up there with Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and DDLJ, if not better.

I really love the SRK--Rani jodi. They both gave great performances and looked really convincing and sweet as a couple. I was so rooting for Raj and Priya to be happy and together in this film that the viewing turned into a very emotional experience for me, which I didn't expect at all, having read some rather lukewarm reviews.

Rani looks absolutely stunning (well, as usual) and very feminine. Shah Rukh oozes charm and charisma in a really complex role. I personally just loved his character -- with all his flaws and insecurities. Together they are just way too cute.

I liked how realistic and unpretentious this film was, liked the drama in the second half, loved the music and all the songs. They are all outstanding.

Overall, I think it was a very well made film that really endeared itself to my heart. Not one boring scene (except for the very beginning -- I really thought that subplot could have been done away with), and Johnny Lever was great -- hilarious in most scenes (in an unusual role), serious and adding to the drama in others.

I'm just grateful that this film exists.


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