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Yeh Kaisi Mohabbat (2002)

Yeh Kaisi Mohabbat (YKM) is a romantic thriller. It deals with a whole lot of fun, romance and suspense. It is story of an innocent boy Vicky. The plot involves an innocent poor boy, who is... See full summary »

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Dinkar Kapur

Writers:

Aadesh K. Arjun (dialogue), Y.N. Kapoor
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Credited cast:
Krishna Abhishek
Viveka Babajee Viveka Babajee ... Priya Thakral
Sheeba Bhakri Sheeba Bhakri
Deeksha Deeksha ... Tina
Dinesh Hingoo ... Gurkha Bahadur
Sharad S. Kapoor ... Rahul Thakral
Krishna Krishna ... Vicky
Johnny Lever ... Paaji
Mehmood Jr. ... Bhaaji
Mukesh Rishi ... Asst. Comm. of Police
Javed Rizvi ... (as Javed Rizvi Jarehavi)
Anjan Srivastav ... Ratanlal (Tina's dad)
Deepak Tijori ... Vijay Pal
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Yeh Kaisi Mohabbat (YKM) is a romantic thriller. It deals with a whole lot of fun, romance and suspense. It is story of an innocent boy Vicky. The plot involves an innocent poor boy, who is a happy go lucky, always trying to live a stylish life. He is always in search of a rich girl with a view to live a luxurious life with her money. He lives in a motor garage with his six friends. the friends always help him with his requirements. One of the friends is a dress designer and provides him the artist's clothes and imported cars are provided to him to enjoy life. The boy falls in love with a rich girl, Tina. He presents himself to be a rich boy, fool her and romance with her. He saves a rich man (Rahul Thakral) from the goons, who offers him a job. The boy gets a shock when he comes to know that the job involves spying Rahul's wife. He is again shocked to see the wife, she is Tina. He is confused. Priya is a glamorous woman and has high standards of living. She has an emotional bond with... Written by <bhavik@glamsham.com>

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A Musical Romantic Thriller


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Sakshi Sivananda was signed for the film but dropped by the producer. See more »

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the musical numbers are the best parts
7 August 2011 | by davoSee all my reviews

For me, (this is typical) most of the fun, energy and sex appeal of the film are in the musical numbers. The fight scenes are comical, almost every hit forcing the characters to dive in some direction. I was also amused by the the running gag of the inspector cracking his neck, but I didn't find the comic relief to be very funny. The plot was over-complicated and improbable. Most of the characters were not (to me) very sympathetic. I did like the art direction, locations and choreography. The music itself didn't particularly appeal to me, but it had good energy and served the dancing. The female lead was suitably hot.


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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

31 May 2002 (India) See more »

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