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Mohabbatein: A Film About Love and Fear
Mohabbatein (transl. Love Stories) is a 2000 Indian Hindi-language musical romantic fantasy film that was written and directed by Aditya Chopra and produced by Yash Chopra of Yash Raj Films. The film stars Shah Rukh Khan, Aishwarya Rai, and Amitabh Bachchan and with the newcomers Uday Chopra, Shamita Shetty, Jugal Hansraj, Kim Sharma, Jimmy Sheirgill, and Preeti Jhangiani. It narrates the story of Narayan, the strict principal of Gurukul college whose daughter Megha, commits suicide after he opposes her relationship with Raj, a music teacher at the college. The story follows Raj aiding with three Gurukul students and their love interests to rebel against Narayan's intolerance of love.
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Narayan has been the strict principal of Gurukul, a prestigious all-boys college, for 25 years. Narayan believes in bringing the best out of his students by emphasizing honour, tradition, and discipline. He disdains fun and is particularly intolerant of romance and threatens to expel any student who is caught having a romantic affair. Despite these rules, three Gurukul studentsSameer, Vicky, and Karanfall in love. Sameer falls for Sanjana, his childhood friend; Vicky is attracted to Ishika, a student at the neighbouring all-girls college; and Karan is infatuated with Kiran, a young widow whom Karan sees alone one night in a train station.
Enter Raj Aryan Malhotra, a new music teacher who was hired by Narayan on a condition that he follows the rules of Gurukul. Raj is a former student of Gurukul who was expelled by Narayan for romancing his daughter Megha. Raj secretly returns to Gurukul to honour Megha's memory and change Narayan's views on love. He befriends the three lovers and encourages them to pursue their love interests. He also tries to soften Narayan's heart by reminding him of his own love for his late wife. However, Narayan is adamant on his principles and vows to destroy Raj's influence on his students.
The film culminates in a confrontation between Raj and Narayan on the night of the annual cultural festival. Raj reveals his identity to Narayan and challenges him to stop him from performing with his students. Narayan accepts the challenge and announces that he will expel any student who joins Raj on stage. Despite the risk, Sameer, Vicky, and Karan decide to support Raj and express their love for their respective partners. They are joined by other students who are inspired by Raj's philosophy of love. Narayan is shocked to see his students defy him and realizes that he has lost his authority over them. He also sees Megha's spirit who smiles at him and disappears. Narayan finally accepts his defeat and acknowledges Raj's victory. He also gives his blessings to the three couples and embraces Raj as his son.
Shah Rukh Khan as Raj Aryan Malhotra / Mohabbat
Aishwarya Rai as Megha Shankar (special appearance)
Amitabh Bachchan as Narayan Shankar
Uday Chopra as Vikram Kapoor / Vicky
Shamita Shetty as Ishika Dhanrajgir
Jugal Hansraj as Sameer Sharma
Kim Sharma as Sanjana
Jimmy Sheirgill as Karan Choudhry
Preeti Jhangiani as Kiran
Anupam Kher as Kake
Archana Puran Singh as Preeto
Saurabh Shukla as Sanjana's father
Helen as Miss Monica (special appearance)
Amrish Puri as Maj. Gen. Khanna (special appearance)
Shefali Shah as Nandini (special appearance)
Raman Lamba as Deepak
Parzaan Dastur as Ayush
Ram Mohan as Khan Baba
The film was originally planned to be Aditya Chopra's directorial debut, but it was his second film after Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995). Its themes were inspired by those from the 1989 American coming-of-age drama Dead Poets Society. Produced on a budget of more than 100 million (US$2.23 million), the principal photography of Mohabbatein, which was filmed in the United Kingdom, was handled by Manmohan Singh between October 1999 and July 2000. Sharmishta Roy and Karan Johar built the sets and designed the costumes, respectively. The duo JatinLalit composed its music while Anand Bakshi wrote the lyrics.
Mohabbatein released on 27 October 2000 and received widespread acclaim from critics, with Bachchan and Khan's performances garnering the most praise. With a total gross of 900.1 million (US$20.03 million), the film was declared as a major commercial success and became the highest-grossing Indian film of the year. At the 46th Filmfare Awards, the film received a leading 12 nominations, including Best Film, Best Director (Aditya), Best Actor (Khan) and Best Supporting Actress (Rai) and won 4 awards, including Best Actor (Critics) (Khan) and Best Supporting Actor (Bachchan). It also received three Bollywood Movie Awards, four International Indian Film Academy Awards, one Screen Award, and two Zee Cine Awards.
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