Kash Aap Hamare Hote

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Kash… Aap Hamare Hote
Kash Aap Hamare Hote.jpg
Film poster
Directed byRavindra Peepat
Produced byNadira Babbar
Written byAtul Tiwari
Ravindra Peepat
StarringJuhi Babbar
Sonu Nigam
Music byAadesh Shrivastava
CinematographyManmohan Singh
Edited byAkiv Ali
Release date
14 February 2003
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

Kash… Aap Hamare Hote (Translation: Wish... You Were Mine) is a 2003 Indian drama film. The film starred Juhi Babbar in her film debut[1] and was directed by Ravindra Peepat. The original music is by Aadesh Shrivastava.[2]

Plot[edit]

Amrita (Juhi Babbar) is the adopted daughter of Yashwant Raj Mankotia (Om Puri). Amrita was actually the daughter of late Yashwant Raj's friend. Yashwant has a son, Randeep Raj Mankotia (Sharad Kapoor) who is in Canada. Yashwant plans to get Randeep and Amrita married. Randeep does not want to go to India to visit his father. To make Randeep come to Yashwant pretends to have heart trouble. Randeep does not want to leave his business. He gets even more upset when he learns that he is going to marry Amrita. His father says if he does not accept the marriage all his property will go to Amrita. Randeep agrees to the marriage. After the wedding, Randeep and Amrita travel to Canada. When they go to Randeep's house, Amrita meets Simone (Saadhika), Randeep's business partner/spouse. Simone and Randeep humiliate Amrita and she runs away. Randeep gathers some men and orders them to find Amrita and kill her. Amrita then hides in the garage of Jay Kumar (Sonu Nigam) who befriends her. Daljit (Dolly) Brar (Ravee Gupta) is the daughter of Jay's boss and is jealous of the friendship between them so she fires Jay. Yashwant Raj misses Amrita so he goes to Canada to visit her. When Yashwant asks where Amrita is Randeep lies and says she has humiliated him by taking up alcohol. Yashwant doesn't realise that to get his daughter he has to kill a human being.

Cast[edit]

Soundtracks[edit]

  • Chalte Chalte --Sonu Nigam
  • Dhaani Chunariya -- Alka Yagnik
  • Dil Main Sau -- Manmohan Singh
  • Hai Rabba -- Manmohan Singh
  • Hum Bhi Mohabbat -- Sonu Nigam
  • Kaash Aap Hamare Hote - Sad -- Sonu Nigam
  • Kaash Aap Hamare Hote -- Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik
  • Mera Hindustan Hai -- Sonu Nigam
  • Shaava Perdesio -- Sonu Nigam, Sukhwinder Singh
  • Tumse Hui -- Sonu Nigam, Anuradha Paudwal

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