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Ishq Hai Tumse (2004)

Unrated | | Romance | 2 January 2004 (India)
Arjun, a Hindu boy, and Khushboo, a Muslim girl, fall in love. Despite their families being good friends, they need to keep their romance a secret due to the religious intolerance of society.



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Credited cast:
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Laxmi (as Beena)
Mohan Gokhale
Shanker Pandit
Airport employee
Resham Seth ...
Raj Narain


The film follows Arjun, a Hindu man played by Morea, and Khusboo, a Muslim woman played by Basu. Their fathers (portrayed by Vikram Gokhale and Alok Nath, respectively) become good friends. During a marriage ceremony, Arjun comes across Khusboo and falls in love with her. However, he decides to hide his feelings from her and his family because of their differences in religion.When Arjun is about to confess his love to Khusboo, Arjun's father has a sudden kidney failure and is admitted to a hospital. The second time he musters the courage to express his feelings, Khusboo's father has a fake heart attack. Khusboo's parents arrange a marriage for her, and she, unaware of Arjun's love, obeys. This finally prods a desperate Arjun to admit his love for Khusboo. Written by gavin@sunny_deol2009@yahoo.com

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References Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988) See more »


Ishq Hai Zindagi
Sung by Udit Narayan and Alka Yagnik
Composed by Himesh Reshammiya
Lyrics by Sameer
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New Twist on a oldie.
25 June 2004 | by See all my reviews

It's cute but lacks emotional depth. Good performances from Bipasha and Dino, with no actual help from any of the other actors. I really enjoyed the beginning when there was lots of conversation and flirting between the actors, but as the film continued some of those sparks were lost and it was just a film begging for the end to come. Bipasha and Dino were surely much better in "Gunaah". However, this was better than "Raaz", so it's all about opinions I suppose. There is no violence and extreme drama, as most Indian movies have. However, it is a light and airy film, which is good for those days when you want to watch and Indian movie without the emotional baggage that comes with it. Costumes are great, not overly westernized with overly-seen-big-brand-names-everywhere or easternized with tacky-multi-neon-colored outfits, and the bowling scenes are pretty corny, but all in all, it's decent. Watch it.

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