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Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam
Director: K. S. Adhiyaman
Shah Rukh Khan, Madhuri Dixit, Salman Khan, Atul Agnihotri, Suman Ranganathan, Alok Nath and special appearance by Aishwarya Rai.
Music: Nikhil-Vinay, Daboo Malik, Bappi Lahiri, Bali & Sajid-Wajid Release By: Eros International.
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Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam
Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam
Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam, meaning I Will Always Love You is a remake of the Tamil hit flick 'Thotta Chinai' which was also directed by the one and only , K.S. Adhiyaman.

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Hum Tumare Hain Sanam is the story of Gopal, a successful and prosperous business man who is totally besotted by his beautiful wife, Radha.

Being romantic by nature, Gopal showers his dearest wife with all the love and affection but Radha, on the other hand, fails to recognise his affection and so does not reciprocate.

Her main love and attention is geared towards her beloved brother, Prashant, who happens to be unemployed. This, of course, further adds to Radha's concerns.

Caught in a web between her love for her husband and her brother, Radha has only one solace, her childhood friend Suraj, now a professional singer.

Being her best friend and confidante, Suraj has always found time for Radha, as she is the one person who has always stood by him during his hour of need.

As the communication between Radha and Suraj increases with time, the ever obsessive Gopal begins to misunderstand their special relationship.

Accusing Radha of infidelity, Gopal throws her out of his house. A totally heartbroken Radha tries to reason with her husband but to no avail.

On the other hand, Suraj is shattered when he catches wind of the situation and realises that he has been the cause of Radha and Gopal's breakup.

He decides that there is only one way he can make it up to Radha, and that's by giving her back all she has lost - her husband, her home and her happiness.

Determined to clear all the misunderstanding, Suraj sets out on his personal quest but you'll have to see the film to see if he succeeds or not.

Does Gopal welcome Radha back into his life? Does Radha realize how precious a husband's trust and love are? For answers to these and more questions, go and watch this melodrama at a cinema near you.

Director K. S. Adhiyaman has successfully managed to give an age old story line very much reminiscent of 1970s Bollywood a whole makeover thus making it more appealing for today's audience.

The score by a famous musical cast is a plus point for this film, which happens to be extremely melodious to the ears. This, coupled with the visualisation of the songs further enhances the mood of the music.

Performances by all the lead stars are excellent and all rise above the script of the film.

All in all, Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam is a great entertainer, which stars three of Bollywood's most elit actors: Shah Rukh Khan, Mudhuri Dixit and Salman Khan.

It's definitely worth watching, and the fact that that it reached number seven in the UK charts in its opening week must say something about the film.

Reviewed By: Manish Gajjar
(BBC Shropshire's Bollywood Specialist).

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