“ Genre: Romance / Production Year: 1998 „
I am a Salman Khan fan but recently his films have not been doing well on the box office.This movie was released quiet some time ago and I really liked it.The main leads are played by Salman Khan,Twinkle Khanna and Aditya Narayan (Small Boy).Johny Lever has played a major part in the movie as well and adds a comic touch to it.This is how the story goes,Salman Khan (Suraj) is a spoilt brat and has just returned from London after completing his studies,he is a playboy and has a drinking problem.Salman Khan lives with his dadaji (grand father) and his parents are no more.Salman Khan falls in love with Twinkle Khanna (Komal),this time it is real love but she comes to know that he is a playboy and does not want to keep a relationship with him,Salman Khan gets disappointed and tells his grandfather about the situation,they both decide to go to Komal's house to get their marriage arranged, but she says only when he mends his ways and gives up smoking and drinking will she think about it,but now one more problem arises and from nowhere Salman Khan's son turns up,now you will say since he is not married from where did he turn up,but when Salman Khan was studying in London he had an affair with an Indian girl and he is their son,now Salman Khan tries to hide this from Komal,this is the plot around which the story revolves,I won't tell you what the end is,otherwise you won't watch the movie.The movie has a nice end to it and every one has acted well especially Salman Khan and the little boy.The songs are good,I like the song "Pehli Pehli Bar".I will surely recommend yo to watch this movie.
Mr. Dhanrajgir or Dadaji (Anupam Kher) is the paternal grandfather of Suraj (Salman Khan). Dadaji is concerned about the manner Suraj treats young ladies, he just flirts with them one after another. Then Suraj meets with the girl of his dreams, Komal Sinha (Twinkle Khanna). Komal lives with her uncle and aunt (Harish Patel and Himani Shivpuri), and does not appreciate Suraj's advances. So Suraj takes on the identity of Suraj Dhanwa, a childhood friend of Komal Sinha and her family. Komal accepts him and also falls in love with him. But then the real Suraj Dhanwa shows up, resulting in the break-up of both Suraj and Komal. Komal is not convinced that Suraj will stop his flirtatious attitude, and is hurt by his impersonating Mr. Dhanwa. Matters are further complicated when a child named Kabir shows up claiming that Suraj is his dad.