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Maine Dil Tujhko Diya
Director: Sohail Khan
Cast: Sohail Khan, Sameera Reddy, Sunjay Dutt, Dalip
Tahil & Kabir Bedi.
Music Director: Daboo Malik
Length: 170mins
Release: 23rd August 2002
12 cert camera
Sameera Reddy & Sohail Khan
A close moment for Sameera Reddy & Sohail Khan
This heart warming and power packed entertainer, 'Maine Dil Tujhko Diya' (meaning' I Have Given My Heart To You') deals with the harsh reality of parental opposition between two lovers.

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Living in the heart of cosmopolitan Mumbai, is businessman Mr. Verma (Kabir Bedi). His pride and joy lies in the happiness of his two daughters who he has single- headedly reared since their childhood days.
Though his love towards both remains undivided, he is over protective of his elder daughter Ayesha (Sameera Reddy) due to her shy and innocent nature.
Soon enough, Ayesha is exposed to the fast paced Mumbai life on her first day at college where she meets an orphaned student by the name of Ajay.

Their friendship gradually turns to love under the watchful eye of Mr Chopra (Dalip Tahil), a conniving business associate of Verma.
He has always wanted to get his son married off to Ayesha thereby furthering his business prospects.

As a result, he immediately cautions Verma by painting a very poor and negative picture of Ajay.
Hence the dark side of Mumbai is unleashed as Chopra, calls upon the widely notorious Bhaijaan (Sanjay Dutt), to rough up Ajay without Verma's knowledge.

With the strong belief that Verma is instrumental in getting him beaten up, Ajay challenges that he will marry Ayesha within 24 hours. A shocked Verma retaliates by promising Ajay that he will use all his power to prevent him from even coming close to his daughter.

Blinded by his self respect and dignity, Mr Verma decides to get his daughter married within the next 24 hours to Chopra's son.

But now Ajay, unarmed yet determined, is left with 24 crucial hours to win over the only woman he has ever loved. He is prepared to overcome any hurdle placed by Verma or Chopra.

In the crucial 24 hours, does Ajay prove successful in his quest to counteract Chopra's negative forces? Does Ajay prove successful in his challenge with Verma? And does he safely find his way in time to Ayesha's wedding? Watch Sohail Khan in action to find out more!

‘Maine Dil Tujhko Diya’ runs smoothly in the first half until the entry of Sanjay Dutt as Baijaan at intermission. It’s from this point that the film picks up speed by giving its audience a thrill ride to remember right up to an extremely well executed climax.

Technically, the film excels in all departments. This is complimented by a riveting musical score and spell binding backdrop in the song and dance sequences.

One can safely say that this film definitely belongs to Sohail Khan who succeeds in showcasing his various hidden talents. His physical stature further enhances his screen presence thus making him a confident debutante.

Sameera Reddy supports well but its actor Sanjay Dutt who takes the credit for his breathtaking performance as Baijaan.

Overall, this film is a great entertainer all round with realistic action sequences, brilliant musical score and off course the female audience get to see their handsome hunk Sohail Khan at his talented best!
So do rush off to your local cinema to catch this flick.

Reviewed By: Manish Gajjar BBC Shropshire’s Bollywood

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