Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai

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Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai
Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byRakesh Roshan
Written byRakesh Roshan
Screenplay byRavi Kapoor
Honey Irani
Story byRakesh Roshan
Based onRatha Sapthami
Produced byRakesh Roshan
StarringHrithik Roshan
Ameesha Patel
Anupam Kher
Dalip Tahil
CinematographyKabir Lal
Edited bySanjay Verma
Music byRajesh Roshan
Production
company
Distributed byYash Raj Films
Sony Pictures Networks India
Release date
  • 14 January 2000 (2000-01-14)
Running time
180 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi
Budgetest. 10 crore (US$1.3 million)[1]
Box officeest. 80 crore (US$10 million)[1]

Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai (transl.Say It... You're In Love) is a 2000 Indian Hindi-language romantic action film directed by Rakesh Roshan, marking the debuts of his son Hrithik Roshan and actress, Ameesha Patel.

Becoming the second-highest-grossing film of 2000, it received positive reviews from critics upon release, with particular praise directed towards Hrithik's performance and the film's soundtrack. Hrithik, who plays a double role in the film as Rohit and Raj, became an overnight superstar.[2][3] His successful debut was termed 'Hrithik Mania' by the media,[4][5] and he has been known as the "Millennial Superstar" ever since.[6][7][8]

Kaho Naa.. Pyaar Hai went on to be inducted into the Guinness World Records (2002) for being a feature film with the most awards won—a total of 92 awards received in numerous ceremonies and categories.[9] Likewise, the film would be added to the Limca Book of Records (2003) for the greatest number of awards won by a Bollywood film.[10] As director and producer, Rakesh Roshan collected his first ever Filmfare Award, while his son became the only actor ever to win both the Filmfare Award for Best Actor and the Filmfare Award for Best Debut for the same film.

Following the success of Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai, the father-son duo have gone on to collaborate in many more films, including Koi... Mil Gaya (2003), Krrish (2006), Kites (2010), Krrish 3 (2013), and Kaabil (2017).

The interval plot twist and a portion of the second half is inspired from the 1986 Kannada film Ratha Sapthami.[11]

Plot[edit]

Rohit and his younger brother Amit are orphans living in Mumbai with their landlords Lily and Anthony(to whom they regard as their aunt and uncle). Rohit is an aspiring singer who works as a salesman in a car showroom, run by Malik. One day, he meets Sonia Saxena, the beautiful daughter of wealthy Mr. Saxena, Malik's friend, when he visits her to deliver the car her father brought for her birthday. Unknown to everyone, Malik is running a drug cartel with the help of two corrupt police officers.

Rohit and Sonia meet again during her birthday party on the beach. After Rohit sings for Sonia, he is invited to perform on a cruise. Rohit and Sonia become drunk during the celebrations and fall into a lifeboat that separates from the ship. Rohit rows to an island, where they are stranded for a couple of days. During this time, they continue to fight and eventually fall in love. They are rescued by Saxena, who does not approve of their love due to their class differences. Rohit is consequently fired from his job by Malik. However, Saxena makes a deal with Rohit claiming that if Rohit becomes successful, Saxena will allow him to marry Sonia because she is from an upper-class family. Determined to prove himself, Rohit and his friends attempt to procure a record deal for him. Rohit eventually becomes a locally well-known artiste and prepares to perform at a concert.

On the day of the show, while going to pick up Amit for it, Rohit witnesses the corrupt policemen and Malik shooting and killing police commissioner, who found out about their drug dealings. They discover Rohit's presence and shoot at him, wounding him before pursuing him over a bridge. Saxena is also revealed to be part of the drug cartel and orders Rohit's murder. They knock his bike off-track, causing him to fall into the Arabian Sea below. Rohit, who doesn't know how to swim, drowns and dies. The policemen are sent to search the in the sea but are unsuccessful in finding his body. Amit is traumatized by the news and becomes mute and Rohit's family and friends, including Sonia, fall into depression.

Saxena sends Sonia to stay with his brother in New Zealand to help overcome her depression. There, she meets her cousin Neeta's friend, Raj Chopra, the son of a billionaire NRI businessman, who, to her immense shock, strikingly resembles Rohit, though their personalities are quite different. Raj falls for Sonia but she avoids him, due to reminding her of Rohit. Upon learning her story, Raj accompanies Sonia back to India and gives her hope to keep living, before deciding to let her go, as he knows she does not love him. However, at the airport, one of the corrupt officers spots them and opens fire on Raj. After Raj and Sonia escape, Raj realizes that somebody is mistaking him for Rohit, and the two realize that Rohit was murdered.

Raj is welcomed by Rohit's family and friends. His presence brings Amit out of his shell, and Raj learns that Amit witnessed Rohit's murder and saw the culprits. The gang decides to set a trap to expose the killers, with Raj posing as Rohit to lure them out while Amit is to identify the guilty men. During this time, Raj confesses to Sonia that he loves her. Malik, Saxena, and the officers panic upon learning that "Rohit" is alive. Raj performs at a concert in tribute to Rohit, knowing his killers will come, although Malik and the officers arrive at the concert disguised. Saxena is reunited with his daughter and learns about the plan. He calls Malik and tells him who "Rohit" really is and not to fire. After the performance, Rohit reveals to the crowd details of the shooting that he learned from Amit. Before he can reveal the names of the killers, one of the officers shoots him, causing panic in the audience, although Raj is saved due to wearing a bullet-proof jacket. Saxena tries to chastise Malik, who counterpoints that Saxena is trying to conspire with Sonia to trap them all.

To catch who they believe is Rohit, the officers kidnap Sonia and threaten to kill her if he does not reveal himself. Raj arrives at the place where she is being held. He fights the corrupt police officers and beats each of them to death, saving Sonia. Malik arrives and reveals his motive for mercilessly pursuing Raj and Sonia but is fatally shot by Saxena before he can reveal his involvement. Amit upon arriving with his family recognizes Malik as one of Rohit's killers.

Raj later learns that Saxena was the man Malik called before killing Rohit through Malik's phone. On being confronted, Saxena confesses his crime to his daughter and Raj before being arrested. As Raj is about to leave with Amit, Sonia confesses that she loves him and does not want to lose her love again, as she already lost Rohit. The couple returns to New Zealand, taking everybody with them, and they get married with the blessings of their families.

Cast[edit]

  • Hrithik Roshan in double roles as
    • Rohit, an aspiring singer from a lower-middle-class background in India (Sonia's love interest) (deceased)
    • Raj Chopra, an NRI billionaire businessman and singer residing in New Zealand (Sonia's husband)
  • Ameesha Patel as Sonia Saxena (Rohit's love interest) / Sonia Raj Chopra (Raj's wife)
  • Anupam Kher as Mr. Vishal Saxena / Sirjee (Sonia's father), the main antagonist of the film / one who orders Rohit's death, who then surrenders to the police
  • Dalip Tahil as Shakti Malik, Atul's father, Saxena's friend, the second main antagonist of the film
  • Mohnish Behl as Inspector Dilip Kadam, a corrupt officer in Saxena's payroll / one of Rohit's murderer
  • Ashish Vidyarthi as Inspector Satish Shinde, a corrupt officer in Saxena's payroll / one of Rohit's murderer
  • Satish Shah as Anthony Rodriques/Uncle (Rohit and Amit's landlord)
  • Farida Jalal as Lily Anthony Rodriques/Aunty, (Rohit and Amit's landlady)
  • Rajesh Tandon as Atul Malik, Shakti's son, and Sonia's best friend
  • Asha Patel as Mrs. Neha Chopra, Raj's mother.
  • Tannaz Irani as Neeta Saxena / Sonia's cousin and Raj's best friend (guest appearance)
  • Vrajesh Hirjee as Tony Bahl, Rohit's best friend
  • Abhishek Sharma as Amit, Rohit's younger brother
  • Johnny Lever as Inspector Parab Sharma (cameo appearance)
  • Ram Mohan as Police Commissioner
  • Payal Malhotra as Shobha Malvade, a girl on the cruise ship
  • Dimple Inamdar as Dancer
  • Jasveer Kaur as Dancer

Production[edit]

The film was launched in 1998 with Hrithik Roshan and Kareena Kapoor in lead roles. However, the latter walked out a few days after the launch, following a "misunderstanding" between the director Rakesh Roshan and Kareena's mother Babita.[12] Rakesh, who had known Ameesha Patel's family for a long time, cast her in the role.[13]

The ship scenes were filmed aboard the Star Flyer.[14] The island scenes were filmed in Krabi, Thailand, in the area near Khao Phing Kan (popularly known as James Bond Island).[15]

Reception[edit]

Critical Reception[edit]

Kaho Naa.. Pyaar Hai received positive reviews from critics upon release, with particular praise directed towards Hrithik's performance and the film's soundtrack.[failed verification][16] However, most critics also criticized the film's "clichéd" storyline.

Planet Bollywood's Alok Kumar said "I'm telling you all to go see KNPH, a movie with which I had low expectations. The film ended up being very entertaining."[17] Ajay Chaturvedi of Apunkachoice.com said "The film suffers from a bad script." But he praised the performance and dancing of Hrithik saying, "The highlight ... is Hrithik Roshan who has good screen presence, He has acted quite well considering that this is his debut film and he is a brilliant dancer." He praised the music saying "it is a big plus with "Na Tum Jaano Na Hum" and "Ek Pal Ka Jeena" being the pick of the lot."[18]

The reviewer for Filmfare rated it 3.5 out of 5, and wrote, "Rakesh Roshan has come up with a winner. A racy script, excellent product values and taut editing result in a storyline that keeps the audience hooked throughout. The music is also good, especially the title song and numbers such as "Ek Pal Ka Jeena" and "Chand Sitaare". Hrithik is very good in the action and dance sequences, and proves his acting calibre in his very first film. Patel too performs well."[19]

Sabiha Kalolwala of The Indian Express wrote, "Rakesh Roshan has been smart enough to make a film which encompasses all the facets of acting — drama, action, romance, thrill, comedy and tragedy, all of them enacted pretty well by Hrithik Roshan." Of the soundtrack, he wrote, "There is not even one song which is not enjoyable."[20] Anupama Chopra, reviewing the film for India Today wrote, "... Rakesh has taken the routine love-story, added a thriller twist and narrated it with style. KNPH isn't about path-breaking craft, it's about blockbuster presentation. Rakesh's sweat and money are apparent in every frame." She concluded writing, "What doesn't work is the tired villain track. Kher, one of Bollywood's finest, hams from frame 1. Perhaps the idea of playing disgruntled papa yet again was too tedious. His post-climax repenting is almost comical. The rest of the gang isn't much better. The plot is as stale as the performances."[21] Kanchana Suggu of Rediff.com called the film a "great entertainer" and wrote, "One must say Rakesh Roshan knew what he was doing when he cast Hrithik as the lead. The boy is good. The ease and style with which he dances, emotes, fights, makes one forget this is his debut film. He’s had to essay two different characters, and he’s done justice to both." Also commending the performances of other actors, she wrote praises of other departments in that the "music is good, the songs are catchy, the cinematography is appealing, the direction is unobtrusive and the story is actually 'different'."[22]

The interval twist of the movie - where the hero supposedly dies in an accident - and the second half of the film - where the heroine is sent out of her hometown to her uncle's place in order to overcome her depression, but is shell-shocked to find a lookalike in a vehicle nearby, and later catches a glimpse of him again in a discotheque dancing merrily - was reported to be based on the 1986 Kannada movie Ratha Sapthami.[23][11]

Box-Office[edit]

In India, Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai was the highest-grossing Bollywood film of 2000.[24] When adjusted for inflation, it was the 11th highest-grossing Bollywood film of all time as of 2011,[25] and the sixth highest-grossing film of the 2000s.[26]

Soundtrack[edit]

Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai
Soundtrack album by
Released1 December 1999[27]
Genre
LanguageHindustani
LabelSaregama
DirectorRakesh Roshan
ProducerRakesh Roshan
Rajesh Roshan chronology
Daag: The Fire
(1999)
Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai
(1999)
Mela
(2000)

The film's music was composed by Rajesh Roshan with lyrics by Ibrahim Ashk, Saawan Kumar Tak and Vijay Akela. Most of the songs were sung by Lucky Ali, Udit Narayan and Alka Yagnik The dancing sequences were choreographed by Farah Khan.

The film's soundtrack album became the second best-selling Bollywood soundtrack of the year, selling about 10 million units.[28]

No.TitleLyricsPerformer(s)Length
1."Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai"Ibrahim AshkUdit Narayan, Alka Yagnik7:03
2."Na Tum Jano Na Hum"Ibrahim AshkLucky Ali6:18
3."Pyaar Ki Kashti Mein"Sawan Kumar TakUdit Narayan, Alka Yagnik5:54
4."Janeman Janeman"Sawan Kumar TakAsha Bhosle5:11
5."Chand Sitaare"Sawan Kumar TakKumar Sanu, Kavita Krishnamurthy6:33
6."Dil Ne Dil Ko Pukara"Ibrahim AshkBabul Supriyo[29]7:56
7."Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai (Sad Version)"Ibrahim AshkUdit Narayan1:06
8."Ek Pal Ka Jeena"Vijay AkelaLucky Ali6:36
9."Believe in Love (Theme Music)" (instrumental)  3:58

Accolades[edit]

Award[a] Date of ceremony[b] Category Recipient(s) Result Ref.
Bollywood Movie Awards 28 April 2001 Best Film Kaho Naa... Pyaar HaiRakesh Roshan Won [30]
Best Director Rakesh Roshan Won
Best Actor Hrithik Roshan Won
Best Male Debut Won
Best Female Debut Ameesha Patel Nominated
Best Music Director Rajesh Roshan Won
Best Playback Singer - Male Lucky Ali for "Ek Pal Ka Jeena" Won
Best Playback Singer - Female Alka Yagnik for "Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai" Won
Best Choreography Farah Khan for "Ek Pal Ka Jeena" Nominated
Best Costume Designer Rocky S Nominated
Best Screenplay Honey Irani, Ravi Kapoor Nominated
Filmfare Awards 17 February 2001 Best Film Kaho Naa... Pyaar HaiRakesh Roshan Won [31]
[32]
[33]
Best Director Rakesh Roshan Won
Best Actor Hrithik Roshan Won
Best Male Debut Won
Best Music Director Rajesh Roshan Won
Best Lyricist Ibrahim Ashk for "Na Tum Jano Na Hum" Nominated
Best Male Playback Singer Lucky Ali for "Ek Pal Ka Jeena" Nominated
Lucky Ali for "Na Tum Jano Na Hum" Won
Best Female Playback Singer Alka Yagnik for "Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai" Nominated
Best Choreography Farah Khan for "Ek Pal Ka Jeena" Won
Best Screenplay Honey Irani, Ravi Kapoor Won
Best Editing Sanjay Verma Won
International Indian Film Academy Awards 16 June 2001 Best Film Kaho Naa... Pyaar HaiRakesh Roshan Won [34]
[35]
[36]
Best Director Rakesh Roshan Won
Best Story Nominated
Best Actor Hrithik Roshan Won
Best Male Debut[c] Won
Best Music Director Rajesh Roshan Won
Best Lyricist Ibrahim Ashk for "Na Tum Jano Na Hum" Nominated
Best Male Playback Singer Lucky Ali for "Ek Pal Ka Jeena" Won
Udit Narayan for "Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai" Nominated
Best Female Playback Singer Alka Yagnik for "Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai" Won
Best Choreography Farah Khan for "Ek Pal Ka Jeena" Won
Best Editing Sanjay Verma Won
Best Song Recording Satish Gupta Won
18 September 2019 Best Film of 20 Years Kaho Naa... Pyaar HaiRakesh Roshan Won [37]
23rd Punjabi Kala Sangam Awards 12 November 2000 Best Film Won [38]
[39]
Best Director Rakesh Roshan Won
Best Actor Hrithik Roshan Won
Sensational Discovery Ameesha Patel Won
Best Music Director Rajesh Roshan Won
Best Lyricist Saawan Kumar Tak Won
Best Male Playback Singer Kumar Sanu for "Chand Sitaare" Won
Screen Awards 20 January 2001 Best Film Kaho Naa... Pyaar HaiRakesh Roshan Won [40]
[41]
[42]
Best Director Rakesh Roshan Won
Best Actor Hrithik Roshan Won
Most Promising Newcomer – Male Won
Most Promising Newcomer – Female Ameesha Patel Nominated
Best Music Director Rajesh Roshan Won
Best Background Music Nominated
Best Lyricist Ibrahim Ashk for "Na Tum Jano Na Hum" Nominated
Best Male Playback Singer Lucky Ali for "Ek Pal Ka Jeena" Won
Best Female Playback Singer Alka Yagnik for "Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai" Nominated
Best Choreography Farah Khan for "Ek Pal Ka Jeena" Won
Best Screenplay Honey Irani, Ravi Kapoor Won
Best Dialogues Sagar Sarhadi Nominated
Best Special Effects Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai Nominated
Best Editing Sanjay Verma Won
Best Sound Recording Jitendra Chaudhary Nominated
Zee Cine Awards 3 March 2001 Best Film Kaho Naa... Pyaar HaiRakesh Roshan Won [43]
[44]
Netizen Award Best Film Won
Best Director Rakesh Roshan Won
Best Story Won
Best Actor – Male Hrithik Roshan Won
Best Male Debut Won
Best Female Debut Ameesha Patel Won
Best Music Director Rajesh Roshan Won
Best Playback Singer – Male Lucky Ali for "Na Tum Jano Na Hum" Won
Best Playback Singer – Female Alka Yagnik for "Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai" Won

In popular culture[edit]

The Hindi-language musical romantic film, Na Tum Jaano Na Hum (2002) also starring Hrithik alongside Esha Deol and Saif Ali Khan, is named after a song from this film.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Awards, festivals and organizations are in alphabetical order.
  2. ^ Date is linked to the article about the awards held that year, wherever possible.
  3. ^ Tied with Abhishek Bachchan for Refugee

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