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Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam (2002)

Not Rated | | Drama, Romance | 24 May 2002 (India)
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Gopal's blissful married life with Radha blemishes when Radha gets obsessed with the career of her friend, Suraj, who is a singer. Ripped apart by jealousy, Gopal deserts Radha.

Director:

K.S. Adiyaman (as K.S. Adhiyaman)

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K.S. Adiyaman, Arun Kumar (assistant dialogue) | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview:
Shah Rukh Khan ... Gopal
Madhuri Dixit ... Radha
Salman Khan ... Suraj
Atul Agnihotri ... Prashant
Suman Ranganath ... Nita (as Suman Ranganathan)
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan ... Special Appearence (as Aishwarya Rai)
Alok Nath ... Dev Narayan (as Aloknath)
Aruna Irani ... Laxmi
Laxmikant Berde ... Hasmukh (as Laxmimkant Berde)
Vikas Anand ... Ramu
Asha Sharma
Payal Malhotra Payal Malhotra
Dinesh Hingoo ... Gopal's lawyer
Azad Khatri Azad Khatri
Sajal Bohra Sajal Bohra ... (as Sajal Bora)
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Radha and Suraj have been friends since childhood. Gopal has been in love with Radha ever since they spent a few years together as kids. Years later, Gopal's guardian proposes to Radha a marriage with Gopal, and she accepts. She finds a loving husband in Gopal, and when Gopal asks who she loves the most, first she lists her mother, then her brother, and in a voice-over she says that she loves Gopal the most. But Gopal thinks that Radha is spending too much time with Suraj, and starts to suspect them, so much so that he asks Radha to leave the house. After Radha leaves the house, she receives a divorce notice from Gopal, which tears her heart apart. When Suraj and her brother, Prashant find out about the divorce notice, they offer to go and talk to Gopal, but Radha does not permit this. Suraj then telephones Gopal and asks to meet him alone, Gopal agrees to meet him, and carries a loaded gun to this meeting.... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Drama | Romance

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Trivia

Hum Tumhare Hain" from HUM TUMHARE HAIN SANAM (2002) and "Dil Laga Liya" in DIL HAI TUMHARA (2002), although both have been taken from a Pakistani Punjabi Hit of HADIQA "Boohey Baariyan. See more »

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Due to delays in filming, Salman Khan's hairstyles keeps oscillating between 1997 and 2002. See more »

Crazy Credits

Due to a legal dispute between music director duo Nadeem-Shravan and producer K.C. Bokadia over the soundtrack, the "Music by" credit reads as "6 Top Music Directors", with no credit to Nadeem-Shravan for two songs they composed in the film. See more »

Soundtracks

Taaron Ka Chamakta
(Uncredited)
Written by Sameer
Composed by Nadeem Saifi and Shravan Rathod
Performed by Bali Brahmabhatt and Udit Narayan
Courtesy of Super Cassettes Industries Limited (T-Series)
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A Jewel in the Rough
18 April 2003 | by dmul53See all my reviews

Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam is a jewel of a film in many ways. Shahrukh Khan and Madhuri Dixit turn in a couple of really fine performances. Salman Khan, in spite of having a good chemistry with both Dixit and the other Khan, fails to excite me much, however. He was competent, but I felt that his musical numbers were an unwelcome intrusion into what is otherwise a very mature, realistic look at a married relationship. As in real relationships, it is often the little misunderstandings that fester until they threaten to destroy lives.

In this case, the husband Gopal (Shahrukh), although devotedly in love with his new bride Rhada (Madhuri) is self-centered and short-tempered, and misinterprets the fond affection she feels for her childhood friend Suraj (Salman) as romantic love. In their turn, Suraj and Rhada are too immature and blind to realize how their relationship is tormenting Gopal. Gopal, instead of being honest with Rhada and expressing his frustrations, remains silent until it is nearly too late to save the marriage.

I think this is one of the best performances of Shahrukh Khan's career. Not generally known for restrained performances, he shows here that in the hands of a competent director he is a wonderful actor with a huge range; he goes from subtle to frantic to silly without ever losing the honesty of the character. His performance as Gopal is mature and finely nuanced with a depth of layers not generally common to Hindi films. Madhuri is wonderful, as always.

The two Khans always share a good screen chemistry, in spite of Salman's stilted acting talents, and they share one really well-acted scene together when Gopal, nearly mad with frustration, presses a gun into Suraj's hand and invites Suraj to shoot him, shouting "Don't you know I die each day because of you?"

It's a shame that this film didn't get more attention, but admittedly it has some problems. The sets are often shabby and cheap looking, the story doesn't always flow well, and as mentioned before, Salman's dance numbers are overblown and out of place. On the plus side, however, is the hauntingly beautiful title song, beautifully picturised with Sharukh and Madhuri. But on the whole, the film doesn't quite measure up to the callibre of Shahrukh Khan and Madhuri Dixit's performances.


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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

24 May 2002 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

I Am Yours Darling See more »

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$3,657,644
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B.M.B. Pictures See more »
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