A young man in England regularly mails his childhood sweetheart in India is unaware that the replies he receives are written by another girl.

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Kunal Kohli
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Complete credited cast:
Hrithik Roshan ... Raj Khanna
Kareena Kapoor ... Tina Kapoor
Rani Mukerji ... Pooja Sahani
Uday Chopra ... Rohan Verma
Satish Shah ... Mr. Sahani
Kiran Kumar ... Mr. Khanna
Smita Jaykar ... Mrs. Khanna
Himani Shivpuri ... Mrs. Sahani
Sachin Khedekar ... Mr. Kapoor
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Maya Alagh ... Mrs. Verma
Athit Naik Athit Naik ... Young Raj Khanna (as Atit Naik)
Parikshit Sahni ... Mr. Verma
Nandini Seth Nandini Seth ... Young Pooja Sahani
Barkha Singh ... Young Tina Kapoor
Raja Vaid Raja Vaid ... Ronnie

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Pooja Sahani, Tina Kapoor and Raj Khanna are childhood inseparable friends who live in Simla, India. Raj loves Tina silently but prefer wait on the right moment to express his love. When Raj migrates to Great Britain he promises Tina that he will keep in contact with her via electronic mail; but Tina is least interested in the technologies world and instead asks Pooja to respond to Raj. When Raj returns to India years later all is reveal to him and the situations changes the lives of the three friends especially when Raj finds out that Pooja is the one who loves him and Tina is a different person all together. Written by gavin (racktoo@hotmail.com)

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Rani Mukerji plays a character named Pooja while Kareena Kapoor plays a character named Tina. Rani's played a character named Tina in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998) while Kareena played a character named Pooja in Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... (2001), both incidentally directed by Karan Johar See more »

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In the opening sequence, the young Pooja is seen mouthing Raj and Tina's lines between her own lines. See more »

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References Kal Aaj Aur Kal (1971) See more »

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The Medley
Written by Anand Bakshi
Composed by Rahul Sharma
Performed by Lata Mangeshkar, Udit Narayan, Sonu Nigam and Pamela Chopra
Courtesy of Saregama HMV
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same old same old
12 October 2002 | by benjybabySee all my reviews

MUJHSE DOSTI KAROGE -

And once again after a decent gap of a couple of months we are taken back into the magical world of yash chopra movies.....the alps, the women in chiffon, the wonderful bonds of family and friendship and the same story repeated over and over again...

Mujhse Dosti Karoge tries to be different.....honestly it does. It focusses on the friendship and subsequent love triangle of three childhood pals.....Raj, Tina and Pooja. As one of them pithily puts it......pyar dosti hai....oh wait sorry that was dil to pagal hai. Moving on....so mdk has this cool triangle between the scantily clad - nisha, the chopra version of the bharatiya nari - pooja and the gap clad - rahul.....oops that was also dil to pagal hai but you get the drift. Since the plot is redundant let's talk exciting stuff like this wonderful pseudo antakshari routine between sridevi, anil kapoor and anupam kher......my bad that was lamhe. Okay song picturisations then.....shot beautifully atop snow-clad mountains ( like every yash chopra movie since 1988), around the red telephone boxes and escalators of london ( see ddlj and k3g for more details) and an exciting on stage number (see kkhh for a slight but better variation on the same). Since nothing else is particularly new.....let's talk climax which features this awesome concept of the big man on top......yes God himself dropping in to sort matters out.....and there's this cute family dog....no no that's hahk....ok well mdk climax is hahk without the dog. Well atleast kunal kohli moved on to steal ideas from another banner instead of sticking with yash raj traditions.

MDK is not a bad movie but it's a movie we've all seen over and over again in some form or the other. The fact that it liberally borrows ideas from other famous yash raj produced movies does not help since all of the other movies are close to classics with characters, songs and sequences that still resonate with movie-goers. Even the English original, The Truth about Cats and Dogs which itself is inspired from Cyrano de Bergerac was no Oscar contender....but it was a well made romantic comedy exuding warmth and goodness which is something one cannot say for MDK.

The story is nothing to write home about, neither are the songs, the direction, the cinematography or even the acting. Kareena plays a watered down version of Poo, Rani plays a longer version of the saintly but soon dead Tina and Hrithik, well he does what he's being paid pots of money to do - exude charisma, shake a shapely leg or two and twinkle at the ladies. The biggest pity is these are all actors who are capable of much more, yet they settle for poor copies of roles they themselves have played before. And that's perhaps is the final word on MDK itself. It's a poor copy of movies made before by the same production house and that's a huge pity because the banner itself is capable of so much more.

So do you watch it.......i wouldn't reccomend it.....go rent ddlj, kkhh, hahk even qsqt and mpk and see what romance is truly about.....why settle for a cheap copy when the original is just a movie rental away


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9 August 2002 (India) See more »

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INR170,000,000 (estimated)

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