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Bhagwan Shri Kishan had predicted that the Kalyug (Dark Age - where evil will triumph over good) will start after the battle of the Kurkshetra - the epic war between Kauravas and their ... See full summary »
When Anita Rajan, CEO of Sheppard power plant, an international Company, brings a power plant proposal to set up in rural Maharashtra before the Nagres, insightful Shankar is quick to ... See full summary »
Ram Gopal Varma
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
Raja (Saif Ali Khan) and Yash Vardhan (Aditya Pancholi) are childhood friends. Though they come from different backgrounds, Raja being poor and Yash being wealthy, they treat each other as ... See full summary »
'Kyun! Ho Gaya Na' is a situational romantic comedy -- a simple story about love and life. Diya Malhotra is an idealistic, sensitive girl whose childhood was spent in the coffee plantation town of Coorg. Her father, who single-handedly raised Diva after his wife passed away, decides that Diva should travel to Mumbai to help his friend Raj Chauhan, a confirmed bachelor, run a small orphanage that he has in his home. Diva will stay at the home of the Khannas, who also are friends of her father. Diva then meets Arjun Khanna, a seemingly free-spirited, fun-loving, adventurous guy. The two soon realize, however, that they will be staying in the same house since the Khannas, her father's friends, are Arjun's parents. The friendship that develops between Diya and Arjun and their opposing views on love and marriage are at the heart of this film.Written by
Sujit R. Varma
While in production the movie got delayed because of the accidents the main lead had to face on the sets of their other movies, 'Vivek Oberoi' in Yuva (2004) and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in Khakee (2004) See more »
When Diya and Arjun go to Vinay's party, Arjun is wearing his necklace. When he goes to Diya's house she has the necklace, although Arjun couldn't have given it to her because she left while he was asleep. See more »
The most annoying part of the movie .. poor story.. poor poor acting by Aish and Vivek... I never liked Viveks acting after Company ... His acting is completely mediocre... and lots and lots of stpidity .. even Big B's appearance could not lift this up... a complete waste of time !!! I don't know why Aishwarya is spoiling her career doing movies like these ... and that jackass Vivek will never learn how to act unless he gets rid of his stupid jackass attitude... This movie lacks everything from a good storyline to proper screenplay ... God knows when will Indian directors learn to put in everything in the right place I would not recommend this crap to anyone... except if you want to waste your time and blame the movie in the end
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