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When One Falls in Love (1998)

Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai (original title)
A Playboy's past catches up with him, when he wants to get married

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Deepak Sareen

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Honey Irani (screenplay), Honey Irani (story) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Salman Khan ... Suraj Dhanrajgir
Twinkle Khanna ... Komal Sinha
Johnny Lever ... Mahesh
Farida Jalal ... Komal's mother
Saeed Jaffrey ... Komal's father (as Saeed Jaffery)
Himani Shivpuri ... Ragini Sinha (Komal's aunt)
Anupam Kher ... Dhanrajgir (Dadaji)
Aditya Narayan ... Kabir
Namrata Shirodkar ... Pooja (Special Appearance)
Harish Patel ... Mr. Sinha (Komal's uncle)
Ravi Baswani ... Orphanage manager
Mushtaq Khan
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Prateek Arora Prateek Arora ... Florist
K.D. Chandran K.D. Chandran ... Hotel Manager
Vivek Vaswani ... Suraj Dhanwa
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After the death of his parents Suraj Dhanrajgir is left in the care of his grandfather, Dadaji. Dadaji entrusts the task of his upbringing to Mahesh but unfortunately Suraj goes out of hand and gets accustom having his way with women and alcohol. When Dadaji learns of this he is apprehensive of the way Suraj treats women and he is instructed to abstain from this behavior. Suraj meets Komal Sinha and falls in love with her but Komal will have nothing to do with him due to his errant way of treating women. Then Suraj fakes his identity and is able to attain the love of Komal but when she finds out his identity she once again leave him forcing Dadaji to convince her. Unfortunately for Suraj a child suddenly shows up claiming that Suraj is his father which throws he and Kajal's life back to square one. Written by gavin (racktoo@hotmail.com)

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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

22 May 1998 (India) See more »

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When One Falls in Love See more »

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Tips Films Pvt. Ltd. See more »
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Moving and charming, one of Salman Khan's best performances.
2 February 2010 | by Peter_YoungSee all my reviews

In my list of top Hindi films of the 1990s, 'Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai' would definitely rank among the best. It is a brilliant, moving and charming romantic drama with a fantastic story and beautiful songs. Salman Khan stars as Suraj, a young and carefree man who's popular with women and who's good for nothing but chasing women, partying and drinking. But one day he meets Komal and truly falls for her. After a few ups and downs the two finally get together. However, just when things go right and everything including marriage is planned, a little kid named Kabir appears on Suraj's doorstep and claims to be his son. This brings Suraj's past mistakes back and now he has to deal with that. From then on the story follows his relationship with both Komal and particularly Kabir, and shows how he gets close to his own child, who is the result of his past affair with Pooja, a woman who is no more.

The film is interesting and entertaining, and is very well written. Honey Irani's script does not disappoint, neither do Javed Siddiqui's dialogues. The film is not without its clichés, but it is not overly melodramatic like most of the films made at that time. It has many moving moments, particularly those portraying the relationship of Suraj and Kabir. Deepak Sareen, who was Yash Chopra's assistant, directs this feature and this is probably his best work. One must also note the superb soundtrack composed by Jatin-Lalit. Every song is a pleasure to listen to. Kumar Sanu, Udit Narayan and the divine Lata Mangeshkar sing most of the film's songs, and they perform brilliantly. "Is Dil Mein Kya Hai" is catchy and modern, "Madhosh Dil Ki" is quiet and nice, but the song which is most identified with the film is the wonderful "O Janna Na Jaana" which is beautifully shot across some breathtaking locations.

Those were the days when Salman Khan fully dedicated himself to his films and roles and did the best of what he was given. 'Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai' ranks amongst the finest performances of his career. He is totally believable as the womanising and irresponsible grandson, as the loving boyfriend, and finally as the man who just learns that he is actually a father and now has to deal with this situation and take responsibility. Khan plays his part with sincerity and depth and makes his character very easy to relate to. This film also marks the best work of Twinkle Khanna's short career. Aditya Narayan is fantastic as Kabir, Suraj's illegitimate and intelligent son. Anupam Kher lends adequate support, and the beautiful Namrata Shirodkar gives a fine debut performance as Pooja. To sum it up, 'Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai' is a memorable and underrated picture, and so is Salman Khan's convincing portrayal.


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