Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Musical
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.
Salman Khan is shown to be loading a 35mm film into a Camera, so that he can take pictures of Madhuri Dixit with the rest of the Family. This was the current technology for taking pictures during the 1990's, where the film roll would need sending to a development lab to print.
Shit, I love her!
At the beginning, Salman Khan and Madhuri Dixit are seen in black and white lip-syncing to the title song on one side of the screen as the titles are in yellow on the other side.
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).
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