| Action, Comedy, Drama
An army major goes undercover as a college student. His mission is both professional and personal: to protect his general's daughter from a radical militant, and to find his estranged half-brother.
The title "Main Hoon Na" is a very popular dialogue used by Shah Rukh Khan in most movies.
Laxman Prasad Sharma:
Stop. Why are you always calling me Laxman?
Maj. Ram Prasad Sharma: Because it's your name. Isn't that how it goes? Laxman - Lucky, Lucky-Laxman?
Laxman Prasad Sharma: Yeah. But no one at college knows my real name! It doesn't go with the image!
Maj. Ram Prasad Sharma: Image, huh? Stop trembling first.
During the T.V interview scene, the anchor introduces the character played by Kabir Bedi as "Commander in Chief" of the Indian Army. The "Commander in chief" of the Indian Army is always the President of India. The character played by Kabir Bedi is more likely to be the "Chief of Army Staff".
The whole crew of the movie appears as a cameo in the song Ye Fizayen at the end as a part of closing credits.
£322,290 (UK) (30 April 2004)
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