|Directed by||Satish Kaushik|
|Produced by||Sunil Manchanda
|Written by||Jainendra Jain
|Music by||Himesh Reshammiya
|Edited by||Sanjay Verma|
|Distributed by||MD Productions|
|Box office||₹124 crore (US$19 million)|
Tere Naam (Hindi: तेरे नाम, Urdu: تیرے نام, In your name) is a 2003 Bollywood musical romantic drama film. It is directed by Satish Kaushik and written by Bala and Jainendra Jain, starring Salman Khan and Bhoomika Chawla in her Hindi film debut. The film is a remake of Bala's own directional venture, Tamil film Sethu (1999).
The film is supposedly based on a true story as the DVD cover says "Unfortunately a true love story", though during the end credits a fictitious disclaimer is shown. Before the release of the film media speculated the film was based on Khan's real life relationship with actress Aishwarya Rai.
Tere Naam was released on 15 August 2003 and was a major success at the box office. Salman was highly praised for his portrayal of Radhe Mohan and the role is widely considered to be his finest performance till date. Tere Naam was nominated for a total of 24 Awards, winning 7 of them, including 8 Filmfare Award nominations. In 2011 Kaushik announced a sequel to Tere Naam, thus he is currently working on the script.
Radhe Mohan (Salman Khan) is a rough and uncouth college rowdy and also The Students Union Chairman of the college, who uses violence as the only way to deal with people. He lives with his brother, a Magistrate (Sachin Khedekar), and his sister-in-law, who is the only person who seems to understand him properly.
The movie opens with Radhe winning the elections to the office bearers of the college's Students Union followed by celebrations and in-campus fight between the rival candidates.
Radhe has a staple diet of yes-sir friends surrounding him. He comes across a timid girl, Nirjara (Bhumika Chawla), who is the daughter of a poor temple priest, and starts to woo her. When she initially rejects him, he kidnaps her and forces her to fall in love with him.
When the girl falls in love with him, Radhe is attacked by brothel goons and ends up in a swamiji ashram with brain damage. With no memory of his past and having developed an unusual behaviour, he starts to recollect memories. At one point, he is completely back to his normal self and tries to escape by climbing over the gates. Unfortunately, he fails and ends up with serious injuries.
Whilst sleeping with his injury, Nirjara makes a surprise visit. However Radhe is asleep and she leaves with this woeful memory of him. As she is about to leave the institution, he wakes up and realises that she had come to see him. As he calls out, she leaves unable to hear him.
Persistent to meet her he makes another attempt to leave the institution and this time he is successful. When he arrives at her house he is presented with his love unfortunately dead. He realises that she had committed suicide.
Distraught after what he saw, he just walks out and at that point he is met with the mental institution wardens who came chasing after him. The film ends with Radhe leaving with them as he has nothing to live for after his true love's death.
- Salman Khan as Radhe Mohan
- Bhumika Chawla as Nirjara
- Sachin Khedekar as Radhe's Brother
- Savita Prabhune as Radhe's Sister-in-Law
- Ravi Kishan as Rameshwar
- Sarfaraz khan as Aslam
- Anang Desai as Doctor
- Dinesh Kaushik as Nirjara's brother in law
- Radhika Chaudhari as Dumb beggar
- Mahima Chaudhary in a special appearance in song "O Jaana"
- Saurabh Dubey as Nirjara's dad
The film was offered to Amisha Patel to play the lead role of Nirjara opposite to Salman Khan. Due to date problem actress refused the film, and then which went out to Bhumika Chawla who made her debut in Bollywood.
- Star Screen Award Best Music Director - Himesh Reshammiya
- Zee Cine Award Best Female Debut - Bhumika Chawla
- Screen Weekly Award Best Music Director - Himesh Reshammiya
- Zee Cine Award Best Music Director - Himesh Reshammiya
- Zee Cine Award Best Background Score - Vicky Goswami
- Apsara Film Awards for the Best Female Playback Singer - Alka Yagnik
- Sansui Awards for Best Playback Female Singer - Alka Yagnik
- Filmfare Best Film Award
- Filmfare Best Director Award - Satish Kaushik
- Filmfare Best Actor Award - Salman Khan
- Filmfare Best Actress Award - Bhumika Chawla
- Filmfare Best Male Playback Award - Udit Narayan for "Tere Naam"
- Filmfare Best Female Playback Award - Alka Yagnik for "Oodhni"
- Filmfare Best Music Director Award - Himesh Reshammiya
- Filmfare Best Lyricist Award - Sameer for "Tere Naam"
- Star Screen Award Best Actor - Salman Khan
- Star Screen Award Best Actress - Bhumika Chawla
- Star Screen Award Best Female Playback - Alka Yagnik
- Star Screen Award Best Male Playback - Udit Narayan
|Studio album by Himesh Reshammiya|
7 July 2003 (India)
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
The soundtrack of the film contains 12 songs. The music is composed by Himesh Reshammiya and Sajid-Wajid with lyrics penned by Sameer. The songs of the film were extremely popular and it was one of the best soundtracks of 2003.
|1||"Chand"||Udit Narayan||Himesh Reshammiya||05:35|
|2||"Kyun Kisi Ko"||Udit Narayan||Himesh Reshammiya||05:37|
|3||"Lagan Lagi"||Sukhwinder Singh||Sajid-Wajid||04:35|
|4||"Man Basia O Kanha "||Alka Yagnik||Himesh Reshammiya||03:04|
|5||"O Jaana"||Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik, KK, Shaan, Kamaal Khan||Himesh Reshammiya||05:28|
|6||"Oodhni"||Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik||Himesh Reshammiya||06:49|
|7||"Tere Naam"||Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik||Himesh Reshammiya||06:49|
|8||"Tumse Milna"||Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik||Himesh Reshammiya||04:41|
|9||"Tune Saath Jo Mera Chhoda"||Udit Narayan||Sajid-Wajid||05:33|
|10||"Tune Saath Jo Mera Chhoda (Sad)"||Udit Narayan||Sajid-Wajid||01:21|
|11||"Tere Naam (Sad)"||Udit Narayan||Himesh Reshammiya||02:03|
|12||"Tere Naam (Female)"||Alka Yagnik||Himesh Reshammiya||06:31|
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