Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Musical
When Raj meets Simran in Europe, it isn't love at first sight but when Simran moves to India for an arranged marriage, love makes its presence felt.
The film was mired in two major controversies after its release. Honey Irani and Javed Siddiqui said that they hadn't been given credit for screenplay and dialogues respectively.
You son of a gun.
During the climax, the railway station where Raj and Kuljit have a fight is shown to be 'Apta' (as seen on the signboard). Apta is a small station near Mumbai and is more than 1700 km away from Punjab where the plot is based.
The movie had a special credit for suggesting the movie's name and the credit was for Kirron Kher.
Hindi, English, Punjabi
£107,330 (UK) (26 March 2000)
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