Hum Aapke Hain Koun...! (1994)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Musical


Hum Aapke Hain Koun...! (1994) Poster

Prem and Nisha meet and fall in love at the wedding of their elder siblings, but their plans to be together are put in jeopardy when Nisha's sister dies, leaving behind a baby.


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22 April 2017 | elizy-33092
9
| One of the best Bollywood films I've seen in a while
Some parts of the movie were a bit cheesy in my opinion, but I mean, that was kind of Hollywood's thing back then I suppose, and I do think that the cheesiness of the acting and plot is what accentuates the humor in this film. Anyways, this film was actually quite entertaining, as an American, Bollywood films don't always appeal to me, but this movie was different. My dad put this up on Netflix with my mom, as I walked into the room, and I was instantly hooked. It had such an adorable plot line with highly likable characters that you'll instantly fall in love with in seconds. The jokes were extremely clever as well, and of course goofy and cheesy (in a sort of odd and satisfying way). In conclusion, the film is lighthearted, romantic, humorous, and just downright adorbs.

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Adjusted for inflation, this is one of the highest grossing Bollywood movie of all time, with collections upto 134 cr, which today would equal to approximately 700 crore.


Quotes

Prem: People say that when beatiful girls lie they become even more beautiful.


Crazy Credits

In the end titles, the initial 'Hum Aapke Hain Koun...!' shortens to 'Hum Aapke Hain...!'.


Alternate Versions

A month after the film was released, it was taken out of theaters and replaced with a different print that included 2 new songs, Chocolate, Lime Juice, and Mujhse Juda Hokar. This is the most common version of the film. Both versions are available on EROS video. Later that year, the film was once again rereleased, this time with a few more dialogue scenes. It included a scene with Nisha's parents giving Tuffy the dog a gift, an alternative ending of the end of the song Yeh Mausum Kah Jadoo Hain Mitva, An extra scene in the temple, a scene with Nisha and Prem's brother before the ladies function, and an extended ending. This print is available on the video "Hum Aapke Hain Koun:The Original Video" (its in a red box) but it is not an original print, but a pirated one, which means the sound is muffled. Also, the print from which this was taken from was deteriorated to a certain extent, cutting out many of the ends of some of the scenes between Nisha and Prem (The kitchen scene before the engagement, and the pool scene after the ladies function). Some prints have an alternative Intermission logo (lightning strikes and the word Intermission appears, while the original print simply has the word fade in and out).


Soundtracks

Mujhse Juda Ho Ker
Written by
Dev Kohli
Composed by Vijay Patil
Performed by Lata Mangeshkar and S.P. Balasubrahmanyam
Courtesy of Saregama HMV

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Genres

Comedy | Drama | Musical | Romance

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