Dil Ka Rishta

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Dil ka Rishta
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Directed by Naresh Malhotra
Produced by Aditya Rai
Written by Shabbir Boxwala
Vrinda Rai
Starring Arjun Rampal
Aishwarya Rai
Music by Nadeem-Shravan
Cinematography Ashok Mehta
Edited by Naresh Malhotra
Production
company
Tips Films
Distributed by Target Films
Tips Industries Limited
Release date
  • 17 January 2003 (2003-01-17)
Running time
151 mins
Country India
Language Hindi
Budget Rs. 8,25,00,000[1]
Box office Rs. 14,60,20,000[2]

Dil Ka Rishta (Hindi: दिल का रिश्ता, Urdu: دل کا رشتہ, English: Relationship of the heart) is an Indian Hindi romance film, directed by Naresh Malhotra and produced by Aditya Rai, Aishwarya Rai's brother. It was produced and distributed under Aishwarya's own Target Films banner and Tips Industries Limited. The film was released on 17 January 2003. The film stars Arjun Rampal and Aishwarya Rai in the lead roles with Isha Koppikar, Rakhee, Paresh Rawal and Priyanshu Chatterjee in supporting roles. It had a very good opening in England and it was the only Indian film at 12th position that time.[3]

Plot[edit]

Jai (Arjun Rampal) is a wealthy young man who supports many charities. One day, he accompanies his friend, Anita (Ishaa Koppikar) to a school for the deaf, which he is sponsoring. There, he meets Tia (Aishwarya Rai), a teacher, and develops feelings for her. He helps her wherever he can and tries to be near her — believing that Tia feels something for him too. Tia, on the other hand, views him simply as a good friend. When he finally admits his feelings, Tia reveals the existence of her fiancé, Raj (Priyanshu Chatterjee). Despite knowing of her engagement, Jai continues to pursue Tia since he cannot forget about her. Tia marries Raj and they have a son named Anshu. The trio live a poor but happy life together. Jai is devastated, since several attempts to win over Tia's heart, fail.

After a night out with friends, Jai becomes extremely drunk and drives home with Anita. He gets into a serious car accident, and it is revealed that Tia and Raj were in the other car. Anita and Raj die immediately at the scene. Tia herself survives but loses her memory.

The doctors believe that Tia will not be able to handle the mental anguish caused by the return of her memories and advise Tia's mother (Raakhee) to move her daughter to a place where nothing reminds her of her past. Jai wants to look after Tia, since he is responsible for her condition and offers to take Tia and her mother to South Africa to live with him so that she can recuperate. Tia's mother accepts for Tia's sake, though she loathes Jai for killing her son-in-law and causing her daughter's memory loss. Tia is told that Anita was her best friend, who died in a car accident, and Anshu is Jai and Anita's son. Tia is told that Anshu loves his "aunt" very much and that she should look after the boy so he won't miss his mother too much.

In South Africa, Tia's mother realizes that Tia is developing feelings for Jai and warns him not to encourage her or reciprocate her feelings. Jai looks after Tia, but whenever she tries to get close to him, he keeps his distance. Jai's father (Paresh Rawal) tries to set them up to be together but Jai refuses — even though he still loves her very much. Finally, Tia's mother accepts the fact that her daughter is in love with Jai. However, Jai is still reluctant to enter a relationship with Tia since he feels guilty for causing the accident.

Tia confronts Jai about his attitude towards her, which leads to an altercation. Tia flees and Jai follows her. When she threatens to commit suicide, Jai is forced to admit that Anshu is Tia's son, Anita was only his friend, and that her husband died in the accident as well.

Jai's father, who arrives with Tia's mother, explains that Jai is very much in love with Tia, but he hopes that she regains her memory and punishes him for what he did: killing her husband in the car accident. However, Tia forgives Jai, even though she doesn't regain her memory, telling him that the accident was her destiny, and if he had not crashed into her, someone else would have. She says that since Jai does not want to be with her, she will take her son and leave. Jai stops her, saying that he wants to be a father figure to Anshu, tells her that he loves her and asks her to marry him, which she accepts happily.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Dil Ka Rishta
Soundtrack album by Nadeem-Shravan
Released 25 October 2002
Recorded 2002
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Label Tips Music Films
Producer Nadeem-Shravan
Nadeem-Shravan chronology
Jeena Sirf Merre Liye
(2002)Jeena Sirf Merre Liye2002
Dil Ka Rishta
(2002)
Indian Babu
(2003)Indian Babu2003
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Planet Bollywood 7/10 stars [4]

The music is composed by Nadeem-Shravan with lyrics by Sameer. Manish Dhamija of Planet Bollywood in his review gave the album 7 stars out of 10.[4] According to the Indian trade website Box Office India, with around 14,00,000 units sold, this film's soundtrack album was the year's eighth highest-selling.[5]

Track # Title Singer(s) Pictured on Length
1 "Saajan Saajan" Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik & Sapna Awasthi Arjun Rampal, Aishwarya Rai 06:20
2 "Dil Ka Rishta" Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik & Udit Narayan Arjun Rampal, Aishwarya Rai, Priyanshu Chatterjee 05:04
3 "Dayya Dayya Dayya Re" Alka Yagnik Aishwarya Rai 04:43
4 "Haste Suraj Ki" Udit Narayan 01:32
5 "Dil Chura Le" Kumar Sanu & Alka Yagnik Arjun Rampal, Aishwarya Rai 04:48
6 "Haye Dil Mera Dil" Kumar Sanu & Alka Yagnik Arjun Rampal, Aishwarya Rai 04:27
7 "Kitna Majboor Ho Gaya Hu Main" Kumar Sanu 01:35
8 "Saajan Saajan II" Jaspinder Narula, Kumar Sanu 05:27
9 "Dil Ka Rishta (Sad)" Babul Supriyo & Sarika Kapoor 04:59

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dil Ka Rishta". boxofficeindia. BOI. Retrieved 5 April 2017. Budget: 8,25,00,000 
  2. ^ "Dil Ka Rishta". boxofficeindia. BOI. Retrieved 5 April 2017. Worldwide Gross: 14,60,20,000 
  3. ^ http://www.boxofficeindia.com/showProd.php?itemCat=209&catName=MjAwMw=
  4. ^ a b "Dil Ka Rishta Music Review". Retrieved 29 December 2011. 
  5. ^ "Music Hits 2000–2009 (Figures in Units)". Box Office India. Archived from the original on 15 February 2008. 

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