Kucch To Hai

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Kucch To Hai
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DVD cover
Directed by Anurag Basu
Anil V. Kumar
Produced by Ekta Kapoor
Shobha Kapoor
Screenplay by Rajeev Jhaveri
Story by Rajeev Jhaveri
Starring Tusshar Kapoor
Esha Deol
Natassha
Yash Tonk
Music by Anu Malik
Cinematography Johny Lall
Edited by Srinivas Patro
Production
company
Release dates
  • 24 January 2003 (2003-01-24)
Running time 142 mins
Country India
Language Hindi
Budget INR90 million (US$1.5 million)
Box office INR29 million (US$470,000)

Kucch To Hai (translation: Something is there) is a 2003 Bollywood romantic horror film directed by Anurag Basu and Anil V. Kumar, while it's written by Rajeev Javehri. The film stars Tusshar Kapoor, Esha Deol, Natassha, Yash Tonk, Rishi Kapoor, Jeetendra and Moonmoon Sen. The film is produced under the banner of Balaji Motion Pictures. It is inspired by Urban Legends (1998), while it is a remake of the Hollywood horror I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997). The film was a disaster at the box office.

Plot[edit]

Karan (Tusshar Kapoor) and Natasha (Anita Hassanandani) are childhood friends. Natasha has always loved Karan, albeit secretly and wanted to marry him. Karan, however, falls for Tanya (Esha Deol), the new admission in college. Meanwhile, Professor Bakshi (Rishi Kapoor), who is rumoured to have murdered his wife and hidden her body, is reinstated at the college. When Karan blows his impression in front of Tanya, an playboy named Yash (Yash Tonk) befriends him and helps his way through Tanya's heart. To impress Tanya, Karan promises her that he will steal the exam answers from Professor Bakshi's house so that Tanya would pass easily.

Together, Tanya, Karan, Natasha and Yash along with two other friends, Pat and Kush, sneak inside Professor Bakshi's house to retrieve the exam papers so Tanya's year wont be a waste. When they find a woman's dead body there, they try to run away but are chased by Professor Bakshi. Their car accidentally hits Professor Bakshi and he falls down the cliff. Fearing arrest, they run away. Tanya is traumatized by these events, and leaves to start a new life.

Years later, Tanya, Karan and their group have a reunion at the wedding of one of their friends. However, a killer is lurking somewhere nearby and is waiting to strike. And one by one they start to die: Dolly, Pat and Kush are all killed, while Yash is attacked, but miraculously survives. Eventually, only three are left.

When Yash is attacked again, Karan follows who appears to be Professor Bakshi, only to find someone else being attacked while Bakshi is with him. He leaves to find Khush attacked, and Khush says "Tanya" as he holds a piece of red fabric.

Karan follows a car which has Natasha and Tanya in it to a cliff, and finds Natasha injured. She tells him that Professor Bakshi brought her and Tanya here. Karan realises she is lying, as Professor Bakshi was with him, and also realises the piece of fabric Khush had in his hand came off Natasha's scarf. He asks Natasha why she attacked everyone, and she claims it because she loved him. She begs him to forgive her, but he is speechless. She says that after finding this out, he won't forgive her, so she walks backwards in the snow and falls off the edge, yelling Karan's name. He runs to save her, but is unsuccessful, and her scarf blows into his face.

On the first day of college, Karan remembers each of his friends who died, including Natasha. While on the plane back to Delhi, he meets Tanya again, and they decide to be with each other, while they find Yash in the back seat.

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Reception[edit]

The film's reviews were generally unfavorable. Box office of India declared it as "flop." Critic Taran Adarsh gave it 1 star out of 5 and commented: A poor copy of the Hollywood flick I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER, KUCCH TO HAI offers nothing much except a few chills and thrills.[1]

Music[edit]

The film's soundtrack contains 8 songs, who which are all composed by Anu Malik and written by Sameer.

No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Aisa Kyun Hota Hai I"   Sunidhi Chauhan, K. K.  
2. "Aisa Kyun Hota Hai II"   Sunidhi Chauhan, K. K.  
3. "Ding Dong"   Sunidhi Chauhan, K. K.  
4. "Hai Rey"   Babul Supriyo & Sadhna Sargam  
5. "Pyaar Pyaar Mein"   Sonu Nigam  
6. "Hone Laga"   Sunidhi Chauhan, Priya Bhattacharya  
7. "Kya Pyaar Karoge Mujhse"   Alka Yagnik, Sonu Nigam  
8. "Yeh Mera Dil"   Sunidhi Chauhan, Shaan  

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