Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai

Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 2000
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Ibrahim Ashq, Saawan Kumar Tak, Vijay Akela
Label: H.M.V.
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Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Rakesh Roshan. PRODUCER: Rakesh Roshan. STORY: Rakesh Roshan. SCREENPLAY: Honey Irani, More...
 



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Kaho Naa Pyar Hai (Happy)
Singer: Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Ibrahim Ashq
Genre: Filmi
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Na Tum Jano Na Hum
Singer: Lucky Ali, Ramya
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Ibrahim Ashq
Genre: Filmi, Pop
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Pyar Ki Kashti Mein
Singer: Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Saawan Kumar Tak
Genre: Filmi
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Janeman Janeman
Singer: Asha Bhosle
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Saawan Kumar Tak
Genre: Filmi
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Chand Sitare
Singer: Kumar Sanu
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Saawan Kumar Tak
Genre: Filmi
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Dil Ne Dil Ko Pukara
Singer: Babul Supriyo
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Ibrahim Ashq
Genre: Electronic, Filmi
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Kaho Naa Pyar Hai (Sad)
Singer: Udit Narayan
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Ibrahim Ashq
Genre: Filmi
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Believe In Love
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Genre: Pop, Filmi, Electronic
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Ek Pal Ka Jeena (Ae Mere Dil Tu Gaaye Ja)
Singer: Lucky Ali
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Vijay Akela
Genre: Filmi, Pop
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Trivia


 

    Album

  • Rajesh Roshan won a Filmfare award for this album 24 years after his first Filmfare Award for "Julie" (1975).[1]
  • This film was a blockbuster hit and launched the careers of its lead pair - Hrithik Roshan and Ameesha Patel. They came together again for "Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage" (2002) but the film didn't succeed and they didn't work together again.[2]
  • This was Hrithik Roshan's first release but "Fiza" (2000) was the first film signed by him.[3][4]
  • The plot of this film was similar to two films released earlier - the Kannada film "Ratha Sapthami" (1986) and the Tamil film "Love Birds" (1996).
  • This was supposed to be the debut film of actress Kareena Kapoor. However, she walked out of the film when a misunderstanding developed between her mother, Babita Kapoor, and the film's director, Rakesh Roshan. Ameesha Patel replaced her in this film and Kareena went on debut in "Refugee" (2000).[5][6]
  • This film was listed in the Limca Book of Records for being the Hindi film to win the highest number of awards.[7]
  • Underworld don Abu Salem had attempted to extort Rakesh Roshan when this film was announced in 1998. He had attempted another extortion ahead of the film's release by demanding overseas distribution rights for it. Spurned yet again, assassins sent by Salem made an attempt on Rakesh Roshan's life after the film's release. Roshan was shot at twice but survived the bullet injuries after a surgery.[8]
  • Actress Ameesha Patel's real-life mother, Asha Patel, played the mother of Hrithik Roshan's character in this film.

    Song

  • Chand Sitare - The humming in this song was adapted from "Voices" (1995) by Vangelis.[9][10]
  • Ek Pal Ka Jeena (Ae Mere Dil Tu Gaaye Ja) - This song was lyricist Vijay Akela's film debut. He had written a thesis on lyricist Anand Bakshi and even wrote a book, titled "Main Shayar Badnaam", on him.[11][12]



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