Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya (1998 film)

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Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya
Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya in 1998.jpg
Directed by Sohail Khan
Produced by Bunty Walia
Sohail Khan
Vashu Bhagnani
Written by Sohail Khan,
Sanjeev Duggal (dialogues)
Starring Salman Khan
Kajol
Arbaaz Khan
Dharmendra
Anjala Zaveri
Kiran Kumar
Music by Jatin Lalit
Himesh Reshammiya
Sajid-Wajid
Cinematography Rasool Ellore
Edited by Yusuf Khan
Production
company
Gumeet & Sohail Productions
Release dates
  • 27 March 1998 (1998-03-27)
Running time
158 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi
Box office 702.5 million (US$10 million)[1]

Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya (English Translation: If you loved someone, don't be afraid) is a 1998 Indian Bollywood romantic comedy film. Written and directed by Sohail Khan, the film stars his real-life brothers Salman Khan and Arbaaz Khan alongside Kajol and Dharmendra in pivotal roles. The film is shot in the famous school The Daly College,Indore.

Plot[edit]

Muskaan (Kajol) is an orphan girl living on a farm run by her overly-protective older brother, Vishal (Arbaaz Khan) and their 'Chachu' (Dharmendra). Muskaan's childhood friend, Ujaala (Anjala Zaveri), has been carrying a torch for the brooding Vishal since childhood, but he won't give her the time of day. Later on Muskaan decides she wants to go to university in Mumbai and has to persuade her brother to let her go. Once in the big city, Suraj (Salman Khan), an underachieving student, who does not get along with his stepmother and is estranged from his father, falls in love with Muskaan. After a few attempts at messing with Muskaan and trying to get her attention, Suraj finally succeeds and Muskaan falls in love with him. One day, when Vishal comes to visit Muskaan, he is mistakenly considered her boyfriend by Suraj and his group of friends. They consequently try to fight Vishal but instead get beat up. Suraj later learns from Muskaan that Vishal is her brother and he apologizes to Muskaan and Vishal for beating him up. But Vishal does not like Suraj because his terms and conditions of his future brother-in-law are very strenuous physically and he thinks Suraj is neither competent nor a man to be taken seriously. And he decides to bring Muskaan back to the farm sensing Suraj's bad influence on her studies. Suraj pursues her and starts working on the farm as a stable boy after a chance meeting with 'Chachu' in which he saves Chachu's life. Vishal decides to give Suraj another chance and puts him to the test; however, he is rejected. Vishal wants Muskaan to marry the brother of Thakur Vijay Singh (Nirmal Pandey), not knowing that Thakur Vijay Singh is doing this to merely extract vengeance against the Thakur family for a previous humiliation his own family received. So Suraj must now prevent this from happening and he must also be able to win Vishal's heart if he is really interested in marrying Muskaan. Chachu's half-shocked to know the reason why Suraj came to this village. Eventually, Suraj's friends told Suraj's family about this village. Suraj's family comes. Suraj's stepmother insults Muskaan, who runs away but she accidentally runs into the Singh family & their henchmen. Suraj, Suraj's father, Vishal & his Chachu arrive rescue Muskaan. Despite injuries, Suraj's stepmother calls Police because she cares now about Suraj. Vishal accepts Suraj as his future brother-in-law.

Cast[edit]

Actor Role
Dharmendra Thakur Ajay Singh
Salman Khan Suraj Khanna
Kajol Muskaan Thakur
Arbaaz Khan Vishal Thakur
Kiran Kumar Akash Khanna
Anjala Zaveri Ujala
Kunika Mrs. Khanna
Aashif Sheikh Brother of Thakur Vijay Singh
Ashok Saraf Tadkalal
Nirmal Pandey Thakur Vijay Singh
Tiku Talsania Principal
Razak Khan Bholu
Dinesh Hingoo Billu Father
Ghanashyam Rohera Principal Chirkoot

Filmfare Awards[edit]

  • Filmfare Award for Most Popular Song – "O Oh Jaane Jaana" (Kamaal Khan)

Nominations:

  • Filmfare Award for Best Film – Sohail Khan
  • Filmfare Award for Best Director – Sohail Khan
  • Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Salman Khan
  • Filmfare Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role – Arbaaz Khan
  • Filmfare Award for Best Music – Jatin-Lalit
  • Filmfare Award for Male Playback Singer – Kamaal Khan ("O Oh Jaane Jaana")

Music[edit]

Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya
Soundtrack album by Jatin Lalit, Himesh Reshammiya & Sajid-Wajid
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Length 43:39
Label T-Series
Jatin Lalit chronology
"Kuch Kuch Hota Hai"
(1998)
"Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya"
(1998)
"Pyar To Hona Hi Tha"
(1998)
Himesh Reshammiya chronology
"Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya"
(1998)
"Bandhan"
(1998)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Planet Bollywood 8.5/10 stars[2]
Title Singer(s) Music Notes Lyrics Length
"Chhad Zid Karna" Udit Narayan & Anuradha Paudwal Jatin-Lalit Pictured on Salman Khan, Kajol and filmed at location – Daly college, Indore Sameer 05:48
"Odh Li Chunariya" Kumar Sanu & Alka Yagnik Himesh Reshammiya Pictured on Salman Khan and Kajol Sudhakar Sharma 06:20
"Tum Par Hum Hai" Kumar Sanu & Kavita Krishnamurthy Himesh Reshammiya Pictured on Salman Khan and Kajol Sameer 05:20
"Deewana Main Chala" Udit Narayan Jatin-Lalit Pictured on Salman Khan Sameer 05:31
"Teri Jawani" Iqbal Sabre, Afzal Sabre & Anupama Deshpandey Sajid-Wajid Pictured on Anjala Zaveri and Arbaaz Khan Iqbal Sabre 05:32
"O O Jaane Jaana" Kamaal Khan Jatin-Lalit Pictured on Salman Khan Sameer 05:46
"Oh Baby... Ho Gaya So Ho Gaya" Udit Narayan & Kavita Krishnamurthy Jatin-Lalit This song was not included in the movie but it appears in the soundtrack Sameer 04:14
"O Sathiya O Beliya" Anuradha Paudwal Jatin-Lalit This song was not included in the movie but it appears in the soundtrack Sameer 05:08

References[edit]

  1. ^ Top Lifetime Grossers 1995–1999 (Figures in Ind Rs). BoxOfficeIndia.com. Retrieved 27 July 2011. Archived 8 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ Music Review.

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