Karle Pyaar Karle
|Karle Pyaar Karle|
|Directed by||Rajesh Pandey|
|Produced by||Suneel Darshan|
|Written by||Rajesh Pandey|
|Music by||Sahil Rayyan Ameen|
Meet Bros Anjjan
Shree Krishna International 
Karle Pyaar Karle (transl. Come, let's love) is a romantic Hindi film directed by Rajesh Pandey and produced by Suneel Darshan. The film features debutants Shiv Darshan and Hasleen Kaur in the lead roles. The film, as scheduled, released on 17 January 2014. It was inspired by a 2003 French film Love Me If You Dare. Karle Pyaar Karle released on 1000 screens across India.
- Shiv Darshan as Kabir
- Hasleen Kaur as Preet
- Aham Sharma as Jass
- Mahesh Thakur as Kabir's brother
- Aditya Kohli as Kabir's Friend
- Ankit Raaj  as Goldie
- Sanjay Sharma as Bulbul Pandey
- Aru Krishansh Verma as Bunty
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Karle Pyaar Karle is a love story of two rebels, Kabir and Preet, who are playing the game of their life. Since their childhood, Kabir and Preet indulged in playing dangerous games trying to fight the fear and complexes within. In a desperate moment, 8-year-old Kabir indulged in an act that led him to the juvenile home. In order to protect him, his mother decided to leave town so as to escape the harsh punishment. After travelling from one city to another for twelve years, the family returns to their home town where Kabir and Preet reconnect. This marks the beginning of a new chapter of dares and games.
Preet starts believing that they are ill-fated and it is best that they should stay away from each other. Kabir firmly believes that they can only survive if they are together.
On its opening day, the film collected 2-2.5 crore, which overall on the first weekend after opening it raised approximately 7 crore 
|Karle Pyaar Karle|
The official soundtrack was composed Sahil Rayyan, Rashid Khan, Prashant Singh, Mumzy Stranger and Meet Bros Anjjan. The lyrics were written by Rashid Khan, Shakeel Azmi, Kumaar, Suneel Darshan, Yusuf Khan, Mumzy Stranger, Paras Chaurasia and Mehmood Arfat. The soundtrack album released on 10 Jan 2014 .
|1.||"Karle Pyaar Karle"||Kumaar||Meet Bros Anjjan||Benny Dayal, Palak Muchhal and Monali Thakur||04:36|
|2.||"Teri Saanson Mein"||Rashid Khan||Rashid Khan||Arijit Singh, Palak Muchhal, Amit Mishra||06:22|
|3.||"O Darling"||Shakeel Azmi||Prashant Singh||Amit Mishra and Shashaa Tirupati||05:04|
|4.||"Mutasir"||Rashid Khan||Rashid Khan||Javed Ali||05:04|
|5.||"Tanhaai"||Mehmood Arafat and Rashid Khan||Rayyan Ameen||Arijit Singh, Sahil Rayyan, Amnah Noor||04:57|
|6.||"Kurbaan"||Mumzy Stranger & Natasha Tah||Mumzy Stranger||Mumzy Stranger and Natasha Tah||06:01|
|7.||"Soni Soni Akkha Nu"||Yusuf Khan and Paras Chaurasia||Rayyan Ameen||Sahil Rayyan and Tamara||04:31|
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