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Kyun! Ho Gaya Na... (2004)

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A woman decides to marry her childhood friend, after getting her heart broken by her sweetheart.

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Cast

Credited cast:
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Raj Chauhan
Vivek Oberoi ...
Arjun Khanna
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Diya Malhotra (as Aishwarya Rai)
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Mr. Khanna
Rati Agnihotri ...
Meenakshi Khanna
Tinnu Anand ...
Malhotra
Gaurav Gera ...
Vinay
Rahul Singh ...
Banna (as Raahul Singh)
Ajit Ahuja ...
Manu
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Rishi Kapadia ...
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Rishi Raj Kapoor ...
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Sumi
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Preeti (as Diya Mirza)
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Ishaan (Special Appearance)
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Sardar passenger on train
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Storyline

'Kyun! Ho Gaya Na' is a situational romantic comedy -- a simple story about love and life. Diya Malhotra is an idealistic, sensitive girl whose childhood was spent in the coffee plantation town of Coorg. Her father, who single-handedly raised Diva after his wife passed away, decides that Diva should travel to Mumbai to help his friend Raj Chauhan, a confirmed bachelor, run a small orphanage that he has in his home. Diva will stay at the home of the Khannas, who also are friends of her father. Diva then meets Arjun Khanna, a seemingly free-spirited, fun-loving, adventurous guy. The two soon realize, however, that they will be staying in the same house since the Khannas, her father's friends, are Arjun's parents. The friendship that develops between Diya and Arjun and their opposing views on love and marriage are at the heart of this film. Written by Sujit R. Varma

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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13 August 2004 (USA)  »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend:

£96,009 (UK) (13 August 2004)

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£96,009 (UK) (13 August 2004)
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Debutant director Samir Karnik was a childhood friend of 'Vivek Oberoi', which made it easy for him to sign a well-established star in his debut film. See more »

Goofs

When Diya and Arjun go to Vinay's party, Arjun is wearing his necklace. When he goes to Diya's house she has the necklace, although Arjun couldn't have given it to her because she left while he was asleep. See more »

Quotes

Raj Chauhan 'Uncle': C'Mon Charlie!
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Pyaar Mein Sau Uljhanein
Written by Javed Akhtar
Composed by Shankar Mahadevan, Ehsaan Noorani and Loy Mendonsa
Performed by Mahalakshmi Iyer, Shankar Mahadevan, Sneha Pant and Vijay Prakash
Courtesy of Tips Cassettes & Records Co.
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terrible movie, What was Aish thinking?
14 October 2004 | by See all my reviews

Terribly unfunny unromantic "romatic comedy"

This is not the kind of role one was expecting from Aish after she had been so careful in selecting her movie roles in the recent past. The role seemed tailor made for your generic teenybopper bollywood actress.. not the actress from Devdas, HDDCS and Chokher Bali amongst others.

Her costumes in some of the dances were shockingly bad.. She would do well to wear Indian costumes more than western ones,, she looks breathakingly gorgeous in the former and like any other bollywood actress in the latter.

Vivek looked good but the role was so annoyingly juvenile and smug that it wld be hard to imagine a girl falling for him!

Add to that, there was absolutely no chemistry between the lead players

Amitabh was incredibly annoying,, as was the whole orphanage plot line..

The writers of this movie need a crash-course with Linda Seger asap.. what a poorly written script.. ( and vivek oberoi was partly responsible for the writing.. expected better from you vivek!)

The less said about the direction the better..

This will go down as one of the most forgettable movies of the year..

And the most disappointing


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