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When Dil (Gurleen Chopra) is engaged to Abhay (Rajat Gowda), son of Thakur Suraj Pratap Singh (Mukesh Rishi), then only their father Sharad Babu (Alok nath) and others learn that she has a ... See full summary »


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Credited cast:
Jaz Pandher Jaz Pandher ... Jeet
Gurleen Chopra Gurleen Chopra ... Dil (as Gurline Chopra)
Mukesh Rishi ... Thakur Suraj Pratap Singh
Johnny Lever
Alok Nath ... Sharad Babu
Rajat Gawda Rajat Gawda ... Abhay Thakur
Mohan Joshi ... Karan, Abhay's uncle
Debina Debina ... Dil's step sister
Avantika Avantika ... Dil's step sister
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Beena Agarwal Beena Agarwal
Vijay Arora Vijay Arora
Shama Deshpande Shama Deshpande
Honey Honey
Shashi Sharma Shashi Sharma
Shashi Mohan Sharma Shashi Mohan Sharma ... Doctor / Surgeon (as Dr. Shashi Mohan Sharma)


When Dil (Gurleen Chopra) is engaged to Abhay (Rajat Gowda), son of Thakur Suraj Pratap Singh (Mukesh Rishi), then only their father Sharad Babu (Alok nath) and others learn that she has a hole in her heart. Karan Thakur (Mohan Joshi), The London based uncle of Abhay, takes Dil for heart surgery in London; Dil meets Jeet (Jaz) and falls in love. As Dil gets cured, Abhay brings Dil back to India. Kamlesh Chug (Rajive Verma), father of Jeet feels the pain of his son and sends Jeet to India to get his love. Jeet is hoping to create a situation where Sharad Babu will break Dil's engagement himself, but prior to that Abhay finds out about their affair. He won't allow his ego to get hurt. On another hand Jeet meets his real mother and learns that Suraj Thakur assassinated his real father, but before he could do something, he is asked by his real mother never again to see Dil. New found mother's order and Abhay's determination to marry Dil. Jeet has lost his love. His Dil, but no.... the ... Written by gavin@sunny_deol2009@yahoo.com

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Drama | Romance







Release Date:

7 March 2003 (India) See more »

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2.35 : 1
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Very Interesting Movie - but Puzzling to this western mind.
17 August 2006 | by jsmith1066See all my reviews

I thought much of the acting was bad (cheesy), but the story was interesting and entertaining. Lots of nice music and colorful dancing ala Bollywood. The scene with the sister dancing in the rain was very sexy. Long movie that tried all the formulas: comic detective, chase scenes, extravagant song and dance scenes, etc. didn't know if I was watching an Indian film or a Kung Fu movie some of the time, but great action. Mostly I didn't get the end - it sure didn't follow the "Code of the West" ala Hollywood. I grew up on B or C grade westerns. I think the subtitles sometimes were not completely accurate or were too literal. Someone please explain!!!

I'm sorry this rambles so much - I was forced by the 10 line rule to break with my normally terse and straightforward writing style = it was better at 7 lines.

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