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When Love Calls (1989)

Maine Pyar Kiya (original title)
Not Rated | | Drama, Family, Musical | 29 December 1989 (India)
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After Suman's father leaves her in the care of another family while he travels abroad, she falls in love with Prem. However, in order to for them to marry, Prem has to prove to Suman's father that he is not the same as his own dad.

Director:

Sooraj R. Barjatya

Writers:

S.M. Ahale (story), Sooraj R. Barjatya (dialogue) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Salman Khan ... Prem Choudhary
Bhagyashree ... Suman
Alok Nath ... Karan (as Aloknath)
Rajeev Verma ... Kishen Kumar Choudhary (as Rajiv Verma)
Reema Lagoo ... Kaushalya Choudhary (as Rima Lagoo)
Ajit Vachani ... Ranjeet (as Ajit Vachhani)
Harish Patel ... Rahim chacha
Deep Dhillon ... Laal Miyan
Huma Khan ... Gulabiya (Milk delivery maid)
Handsome Handsome ... 'Handsome' Pigeon
Pervin Dastur ... Seema
Shreechand Makhija ... (as S.C. Makhija)
Rakesh Shrivastav Rakesh Shrivastav ... (as Rakesh Srivastava)
Dilip Joshi ... Ramu
Sushil Johri Sushil Johri
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Storyline

Kishen Kumar Chaudhary and Karan are family like friends, when Kishen's wife Mrs. Kaushalya gives birth to a baby boy Prem, Karan helps the couple bring up their child with out- most care. Years later the two friends have parted ways, Karan likes in a shanty house, works as a mechanic and is the father to a young girl Suman while Kishen is a wealthy industrialist and lives in a spacious bungalow. In order to accumulate huge sums of fund abroad for good living Karan decides to leave Suman in the care of the Chaudhary's family. All is well there for Suman as she is befriend by Prem which eventually blossom to love, Kaushalya finds out about Prem and Suman's relationship and approve of Suman as her daughter-in-law but Kishen is quite unhappy with the relationship as he have plans to get Prem marry to his business partner's daughter Seema thus he insults Suman and throw her out of his house. Karan returns and is enraged at the treatment his daughter receive and leaves the house ... Written by gavin (racktoo@hotmail.com)

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Trivia

Raam - Laxman composed music first time for Salman Khan film. See more »

Goofs

When Prem (Salman Khan) has a brawl with Jeevan (Monish Behl) at the party, he sports a stubble. But in the next scene when he gets back home, he has a clean shave. See more »

Quotes

Prem Choudhary: In friendship there is a rule: no sorry, no thank you.
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Crazy Credits

As the opening credits are shown, a ballet sequence with two random dancers is done to the song Aate Jaate. See more »

Alternate Versions

Antakshari sequence was cut from opening prints and the first VHS version of the film, but then added to a newer print a month later and to all following VHS prints. The only VHS print that does not have this sequence is the one released from Video Sound. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Aanakkallan (2018) See more »

Soundtracks

Maine Pyaar Kiya
Written by Dev Kohli
Composed by Vijay Patil
Performed by Lata Mangeshkar and S.P. Balasubrahmanyam
Courtesy of Saregama HMV
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A family saga that sweet and tasteful.
21 July 2007 | by zakali4uSee all my reviews

Most films fail to display family emotions and what happens within families and how they get torn apart but this film sheds a unique light on love, family values and the rich / poor divide.

A great moral movie with plenty for everyone to enjoy. Great acting, beautiful songs and a story that wants you to sit in eager anticipation and hope that prem succeeds in his quest to gain approval from his would be father-in-law.

Alok Nath plays his role well and so does the young Bagyshree. The only person who I felt played under himself was the character who played Salman Khans Father. M Behl is splendid as the devious villain and it is wonderful to see how flexible he is as a good guy or bad guy.

Physically speaking there is no magic in the movie but metaphorically speaking this movie is completely divine and full of magic.


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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

29 December 1989 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

I Fell in Love See more »

Filming Locations:

Ooty Lake, India

Company Credits

Production Co:

Rajshri Productions See more »
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Sound Mix:

4-Track Stereo | Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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