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Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya... (2001)

Not Rated | | Drama, Romance, Thriller | 27 April 2001 (India)
A obsessive woman determines to do what it takes to get her lover - at any cost.


Rajat Mukherjee


Rajat Mukherjee (screenplay & story), Rajnish Thakur (dialogue)
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Credited cast:
Fardeen Khan ... Jai
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ravi Baswani ... Vispy - Jai's boss
Kannu Gill Kannu Gill ... Jaiswal's maidservant
Sonali Kulkarni ... Geeta
Urmila Matondkar ... Ria Jaiswal
Suresh Oberoi ... Mr. Jaiswal
Rajpal Yadav ... Rampal Yadav / Chhota Vakeel


Ria Jaiswal lives a very wealthy lifestyle along with her mom and dad. As she is the only child in this family, her parents dot on her and give in to her every wish. As a child she saw a toy on TV and asked her dad to get it. When he told her that he was unable to do, she stopped speaking and eating - until her dad somehow managed to get the toy from America. Subsequently, Ria's mom passed away. Years later, Ria has now grown up to be a very attractive young woman. She meets with Jai, a photographer from Style Magazine, she models and is very attracted to him. She tells her dad that she wants to get married and goes to Jai's house to get him to meet her dad. When she reaches his house in Lokhandwala Complex, she finds out that he is already married to a woman named Geeta, and very much in love with her. A betrayed Ria, unable to get Jai out of her mind, obsesses over him - and decides that he and she are meant for each other - and sets about to carry her task - to force Jai to accept ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Pyar Tune Kya Kiya
15 March 2008 | by iftikharkhokherSee all my reviews

The Bollywood masala rip-off of the famed Clint Eastwood film 'Play Misty For Me'.Subtle variations are made to suit the co-called Bollywood code of morals and virtues.Here trying to present a maniac as a martyr of love!Fardeen is plausible and full of youth.Urmilla is better though her exposure is needless.The comedy is useless.THe direction is passing.I fee the writer should have followed the Eastwood classic to the explosive end to give the story a more meaningful climax.This movie might have given a realistic view of the fact that despite being so liberated the essential Indian woman is still rooted to her ages old tradition of honour and respect.It always pop up in her conscience by hook or by crook.The bollywood masala recipe of sex,dance and nudity will one day reduce the film industry to pornography.

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