Humko Deewana Kar Gaye

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Humko Deewana Kar Gaye
Theatrical release poster
Directed byRaj Kanwar
Written byAbbas Tyrewala
Vipul Amrutlal Shah
Produced byRaj Kanwar
Bhushan Kumar
Krishan Kumar Dua
StarringAnil Kapoor
Akshay Kumar
Katrina Kaif
Bipasha Basu
Vivek Shauq
CinematographyVikas Sivaraman
Edited byKuldip K. Mehan
Music byAnu Malik
Himesh Reshammiya
Inderjit Films Combine
Distributed byT-Series
Release date
  • 14 April 2006 (2006-04-14)
Running time
152 mins
Budget₹17 crores
Box office₹28 crores (worldwide)

Humko Deewana Kar Gaye (translation: You Made Me Crazy in Love) is a 2006 Indian Hindi romantic drama film directed by Raj Kanwar, produced by Raj Kanwar, Bhushan Kumar & Krishan Kumar and starring Anil Kapoor, Akshay Kumar, Katrina Kaif and Bipasha Basu in lead roles. Bhagyashree, Vivek Shauq, Shernaz Patel and Manoj Joshi also star in supporting roles. The film is produced by the Indian music company, T-Series and Inderjit Films Combine. The movie's score and soundtrack is composed by Anu Malik, while Himesh Reshammiya was invited as guest composer to compose only one song. with lyrics by Sameer. The film released on 14 April 2006. The music of the film released on 2 February 2006.[1][2]


Aditya, an automobile engineer, is passionate about cars. Not only is he an engineer, but he is also a test driver for the company. He is engaged to marry Sonia, a budding fashion designer. Aditya and Sonia are not on the same wavelength; while he is a traditionalist, she is an ultra-modern woman for whom career comes first. Much as Aditya tries to overlook these facts, they keep coming in the way of their relationship. Nevertheless, their wedding date is fixed and their families are preparing for the event.

Meanwhile, Aditya is sent by his employer to Canada to learn about a new car model to be launched in India. Sonia also leaves at the same time for Paris in connection with a fashion show. Aditya arrives in Canada and is received by his sister Simran, her husband Robby and their son, who all live in Canada. Destiny makes Aditya continually bump into Jia, daughter of business tycoon Yashwardhan Birla, and fiancée of the business magnate Karan Oberoi. She has come to Canada all by herself to shop for her wedding. Despite her family's great wealth, she is a simple girl with a thirst for true love. She had everything she could ask for in her childhood but never a time from her ever-so-busy father. Now, the man her father has chosen for her hardly has any time for her either. She finds a friend in Aditya, and as the two spend time together, their friendship grows.

Aditya gets a chance from the company to participate in a car rally. He persuades Jia to participate with him and they win. On returning from the rally, their car gets stuck in the snow and they have to spend the night together. They share intimate moments, which makes them forget that they are engaged to other people. Soon, they realize they are falling in love. When Jia tells Aditya that she believes her father is responsible for her mother's death, Aditya tells this to his best friend and roommate, Nawab. On a drunken night, Nawab tells his other friend, who is a reporter. The reporter then publishes this in the newspaper. Jia is extremely hurt and returns to India to marry Karan. Aditya also returns to India to marry Sonia and does not attempt to meet Jia.

Sonia turns out to be the designer for Jia's wedding. Mr Oberoi invites Sonia (as the wedding designer) and Aditya (as her fiancé) to attend his wedding, and Sonia persuades a reluctant Aditya to attend. Jia's friend and Karan's secretary, Jenny, bumps into Nawab, who reveals that it was his fault that Jia's secret suspicion was published in the papers. But it is too late — the wedding ceremony is over and Jia and Karan are married. Jia then goes to meet Aditya to apologize. They confess their love for each other but agree never to meet again. However, Karan catches them talking, and questions Jia. She claims that she truly loves Karan and that Aditya is just a good friend.

When Aditya leaves the wedding, he finds an upside-down car on the road, and it turns out that Jia has had an accident and is trapped under the car. As petrol leaks, Aditya goes into the car to help Jia. The car catches fire, just as Aditya manages to free her. He helps her out of the car, while the press and public gather around. He accompanies Jia to Karan, telling him that Jia only belongs to him. However, Karan has a change of heart and removes Jia's mangalsutra, telling her to marry Aditya. Aditya's engagement with Sonia is also broken, and he and Jia hug, finally united.


Box office and reception[edit]

The movie received mixed reviews from critics upon release[3] and earned ₹28 crores worldwide.[4]


The soundtrack of the movie was composed by Anu Malik, while Himesh Reshamiya was invited as guest composer for one song. The lyrics were authored by Sameer.[5]

Song Singer(s) Composer
"Humko Deewana Kar Gaye" Sonu Nigam, Tulsi Kumar Anu Malik
"Humko Deewana Kar Gaye" - II Sonu Nigam Anu Malik
"Humko Deewana Kar Gaye" - Sad Sonu Nigam Anu Malik
"Humko Deewana Kar Gaye - Sad II" Tulsi Kumar Anu Malik
"Tum Sansoon Main" Himesh Reshammiya, Tulsi Kumar Himesh Reshammiya
"Tum Sansoon Main-Remix" Himesh Reshammiya, Tulsi Kumar Himesh Reshammiya
"Tum Sansoon Main-Unplugged" Himesh Reshammiya, Tulsi Kumar Himesh Reshammiya
"Rockstar" Abhijeet Bhattacharya, Anu Malik, Sunidhi Chauhan Anu Malik
"Dekhte Dekhte" (Deleted from the movie) Abhijeet Bhattacharya, Alka Yagnik Anu Malik
"Mere Saath Chalte Chalte" Shaan, Sunidhi Chauhan, Krishna Beura Anu Malik
"For Your Eyes Only" Sonu Nigam, Nandini Srikar Anu Malik
"For Your Eyes Only-Remix" Sonu Nigam, Nandini Srikar Anu Malik, remixed by Jatin Sharma
"Bhula Denge Tum Ko Sanam" Sonu Nigam Anu Malik
"Bhula Denge Tum Ko Sanam-Remix" Sonu Nigam Anu Malik, remixed by Jatin Sharma
"Fanah" K.K., Anu Malik Anu Malik
"Fanah-Remix" KK Anu Malik, remixed by Akbar Sami, Anu Malik


  1. ^ "Humko Deewana Kar Gaye - movie review by Lidia Ostepeev - Planet Bollywood".
  2. ^ "Humko Deewana Kar Gaye Review 1.5/5 | Humko Deewana Kar Gaye Movie Review | Humko Deewana Kar Gaye 2006 Public Review | Film Review".
  3. ^ "KATRINA-AKSHAY PAIR FAILS TO LIFT THE LOVE SPIRIT". Archived from the original on 5 February 2012.
  4. ^ "HUMKO DEEWANA KAR GAYE - Box Office India".
  5. ^ "Humko Deewana Kar Gaye - music review by Abid - Planet Bollywood".

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