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Pyar Kiya Hai Pyar Karenge (1986)

Anand and Usha are separated in love. Years later they meet and speak about how happy they are in their married lives. The reality is they both are hiding the truth from each other.


Vijay Reddy




Cast overview:
Anil Kapoor ... Anand
Padmini Kolhapure ... Usha
Anita Raj ... Shobha
Ashok Kumar ... Abdul Rehman
Sushma Seth ... Annapurnadevi
Deepak Parashar ... Jayant
Satyendra Kapoor ... Shobha's dad
Ramesh Deo ... N.N. Shukla
Seema Deo ... Mrs. Shukla
Baby Guddu Baby Guddu ... Usha (Anand's daughter)


Anand (Anil Kapoor) is a Hindu orphan living with a Muslim guardian, Abdul Rehman (Ashok Kumar), in the Northern-most part of India. Anand is a champion skier, and one day Usha (Padmini Kolhapure) watches him ski, and falls in love with him. When they are introduced, Anand too falls in love with Usha. When Usha's mom, Annapurnadevi (Sushma Seth) comes to know of this romance, she instructs Usha not to step out of the house without her permission, and forbids her to see Anand ever again. When Anand persists, Annapurna relents and tells them that she will arrange their marriage, but instead she forces Usha to marry the son of N.N. Shukla (Ramesh Deo). When Anand finds out he is devastated, and finds solace in the company of his boss's daughter, Shobha (Anita Raj). Years pass by, then Anand and Usha meet and tell each other that both are happily married with children. But the tragic truth lies elsewhere. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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An old fashioned and familiar love saga
2 July 2020 | by SumanShakyaSee all my reviews

1985 saw two very successful romantic movies "Pyar Jhukta Nahin" with Padmini Kolahpuri and "Mohabbat" with Anil Kapoor. A year later, the pair was repeated in yet an another love saga "Pyar Kiya Hai Pyar Karenge," but not much known. A poor guy falling for a lady from a rich family forms the crux of the film fizzling to a familiar climax. The characters are too old fashioned with no guts to fight with the orthodox society and there are songs and fights which won't matter if you miss them. Against all the odds, the film is bearable for its refreshing treatment and a good performance of Anil Kapoor. It's missable, but still the people nostalgic of 1980s will find it worthwhile.

Rating: 1 star out of 4

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