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Because... (2005)

Kyon Ki... (original title)
Not Rated | | Drama, Romance | 3 November 2005 (India)
After learning the sad truth about a patient, a female psychiatrist falls in love with him.




Sanjay Chhel (dialogue)




Credited cast:
Salman Khan ... Anand
Kareena Kapoor ... Dr. Tanvi Khurana
Rimi Sen ... Maya
Jackie Shroff ... Dr. Sunil
Om Puri ... Dr.Khurana
Sunil Shetty ... Karan (special appearance)
Arun Bakshi ... Patient
Manoj Joshi ... Security Officer
Asrani ... Dadu
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sulabha Arya ... Mrs. Shobhna Mathur
Kavi Kumar Azad Kavi Kumar Azad ... Inmate
Nagesh Bhonsle ... Bosco
Shaurya Chauhan Shaurya Chauhan
Sabu Cyril ... Inmate
Kurush Deboo ... Munna (Idiot)


Dr Khurana a strict dean of a mental hospital runs it along with with his trusted aide Dr Sunil and his daughter Dr Tanvi.One day the hospital receives a patient an Sunil is shocked to see he is none other than Anand,Whose the son of his mentor who helped him get educated and Anand refers him as elder brother.But currently he has forgotten everything.Anand creates lot of mischief in hospital which irks Tanvi.Tanvi then goes to his case file which mentions that he became unstable after the death of his girlfriend Maya.But he is accused for killing her which was an accidental death.Tanvi and Sunil treat Anand and help him get back to normal during the time they fall in love.But Khurana wont permit their relationship. Written by alex.mjacko@gmail.com

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Kareena Kapoor treating Salman Khan the chemistry of them was quite similar to that of Shammi Kapoor and Asha Parekh in Pagla Kahi Ka 1970. See more »


Dr. Tanvi Khurana (Kareena Kapoor) says shes needs to apply to the London University for research but is shown filling up a form for Melbourne University. See more »


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Could have been better
11 November 2005 | by bossTSee all my reviews

First the good points-good acting from Salman Khan,good picturesque cinematography,nice songs ...totally unexpected ending. Now the bad...the screenplay doesn't grab,on screen chemistry between the lead pairs is not very convincing.

The pacing of the film could have been better and as it is a serious kind of subject ...it doesn't give much hope for future serious Priyadarshan films a la Viraasat.Especially considering the Box office success of all his comedies.

The film is worth a look if you are looking for a non stereotypical role from lover boy Salman.

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3 November 2005 (India) See more »

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2.35 : 1
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