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Main Hoon Na (2004) Poster

(2004)

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The song "Chale Jaise Hawaein" was shot in one take.
Farah Khan wanted Naseeruddin Shah to play Raghavan, but due to his commitment to The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003) he was not able to take on such a large role at that point of time. Hence, his special appearance as Shah Rukh Khan's father. For the role of Raghavan, Farah Khan subsequently approached Kamal Haasan, who couldn't give dates either. Then, Nana Patekar was approached, who demanded certain changes to the story of the film, which Farah Khan was not willing to do. Only then Sunil Shetty was approached.
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The first stunt Shah Rukh Khan does while walking on the wall was a secret from director Farah Khan. She didn't want him to do that stunt due to his back injury. She even threatened to tell his wife, Gauri Khan.
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The title "Main Hoon Na" is a very popular dialogue used by Shah Rukh Khan in most movies.
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Shah Rukh Khan originally did not like the title of the movie believing it sounded incomplete. It was not until he heard the title song, when he believed the title was perfect.
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The film is a takeoff on the Ramayana, as the names show: Ram, Lucky (Lakshman) and Raghavan (Ravana). Also, as a reference, in the movie, Lucky (Lakshman, played by Zayed Khan) mentions that the house would feel like a Mahabarat if he kept his name as Lakshman. Then his brother and mother correct him by saying Ramayan.
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Tabu makes an uncredited appearance in the movie. She can be seen when Shah Rukh Khan is doing dance practice for the prom night.
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Farhan Akhtar was considered for the role of Lucky.
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Farah Khan wanted to have re-created Rahul Dev Burman music in the movie, but she chose not to, because the movie Dil Vil Pyar Vyar (2002) had done the exact same thing. She then told music director Anu Malik to make the music R.D. Burman style.
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Farah Khan and Shah Rukh Khan had started planning for this movie in 2000. Filming had started in 2001, but Shah Rukh Khan's back injury and other commitments came in the way.
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Sushmita Sen got the role of Chandini while working with Farah Khan in the song "Mehboob Mere" from Fiza (2000).
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Farah Khan had the backup dancers appear as college students as well, instead of getting 100 backup dancers and another 100 college students. She said that there is no point seeing characters dance and different characters for support.
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Shah Rukh Khan hated his dance steps to Tumse Milke, but Farah Khan eventually convinced him to complete the steps.
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Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was offered the role of Chandni but due to problems with Shah Rukh Khan, she was signed off.
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The carriage Shah Rukh Khan is riding when chasing the assassins has the name Dhanno written on it. This is a reference to Sholay (1975), where Hema Malini's horse is named Dhanno.
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Throughout the movie, director Farah Khan used references from movies she enjoyed.
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Originally this was supposed to be Zayed Khan's and Amrita Rao's first film but because of Shah Rukh Khan's back injury this film got delayed.
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Rani Mukerji was supposed to have a guest appearance in a song, but it wasn't possible. That's why there are two pictures of her when Satish Shah is flirting with the lady on the phone.
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Hrithik Roshan was considered for the role of Lucky.
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Suneil Shetty's 4th villainous outing after Dhadkan, Khel and Rudraksh.
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Rani Mukerji is shown dancing in last song
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Ameesha Patel was considered for the role of Sanjana.
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Sohail Khan was considered for the role of Lucky.
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Ayesha Takia was approached for Amrita Rao's role.
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