Kuch Tum Kaho Kuch Hum Kahein

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Kuchh Tum Kaho Kuchh Hum Kahein
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Directed by Ravi Sharma Shankar
Produced by D. Ramanaidu[1]
Starring Fardeen Khan
Farida Jalal
Govind Namdeo
Mukesh Tiwari
Music by Anu Malik
Cinematography Venkat R. Prasad
Editing by Bhanodaya
Studio Suresh Productions[2]
Distributed by Dream Merchants Enterprise
Release dates June 28, 2002
Country India
Language Hindi

Kuch Tum Kaho Kuch Hum Kahein is an 2002 Bollywood romance drama film directed by Ravi Sharma Shankar. The film stars Fardeen Khan opposite debutant Richa Pallod. It released worldwide on 28 June 2002, and opened to a mixed response from critics and public.[3] The story is based on two lovers who are unable to start an relationship because of their family's feud and ancient grudge. The storyline is a remake of the Telugu movie Kalisundam Raa, and features similarities with William Shakespeare's classical story, Romeo and Juliet.

Plot summary[edit]

The story is based on two families. Years ago, the two families who are neighbors, had a joyful friendship. The daughter from one family, was planned to marry a son from the other family. However, the son ran away with another woman, which caused the daughter to commit suicide. Since then, the two families obtained an raging feud and grudge. After many years, the son who ran away with another woman, has died leaving a son and a daughter behind. The son, Abhay (Fardeen Khan) then arrives at his family's house. He is accepted into the house, and is treated like a normal family member. Soon enough, Abhay falls in love with Mangala (Richa Pallod). She loves him back, and the two start a relationship.

However,Mangala's marriage is fixed, and that the two could never be together or they would be killed. Facing the consequences, Mangala stands up on her ground and tells Abhay she still has no problem in marrying him.when he refuses is runs away from the house leaving a letter for Abhay asking him to the railway station otherwise she will suicide.When he comes to know this goes to the railway station intending to bring her back and when the two family's come to know about their relationship, the young son from Mangala's family, Rudra Pratap (Sharad Kapoor) takes on the contract of murdering Abhay and bringing back Mangala. Him and his gang find Abhay at a train station, where he is pursuing for Mangala to come back, but Rudra Pratap misunderstands. Rudra and his gang attack Abhay and as Abhay tries to fight back, Rudra stabs him.

Abhay's family arrives and tries to stop Rudra but are unsuccessful. Soon, Mangala and her family also arrive and manage to stop Rudra, whilst Abhay's stab wound won't stop bleeding. Abhay is rushed to the hospital. Seeing what the family feud has done to poor Abhay who had committed no crime but love, the two family's forget the past and once again approach friendship. Abhay survives, recovers and is allowed to marry Mangala. Rudra apologizes to Abhay, who forgives him and the two become good friends.

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Box-Office[edit]

It didn't do well at the box office and declared an Average though to do well[4]

Soundtrack[edit]

Title Singer(s)
Aa Ra Raa Ra Raa Fardeen Khan, Sonu Nigam
Chudi Chudi Shaan, Pinky, Prashant, Preety
Hua Salaam Dil Ka Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik
Jab Se Dekha Tumko Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik
Kuch Tum Kaho Kuch Hum Kahein Hariharan
Tu Hi Hai Shaan, Sunidhi Chauhan
Yeh Kya Majboori KK, Prashant

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