Kuch Kuch Hota Hai

Kuch Kuch Hota Hai

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 1998
Music Director: Jatin - Lalit
Lyricist: Sameer
Label: Sony Music
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Album Credits: MUSIC ARRANGER: Babloo Chakraborty. MUSIC ASSISTANTS: Kashinath Kashyap, Richard Mitra. RECORDING ENGINEER: Daman Sood; ASST. ENGINEER: Avinash Oak, More...
 
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Karan Johar. PRODUCER: Yash Johar. STORY: Karan Johar. SCREENPLAY: Karan Johar. DIALOGUE: Karan Johar. ACTOR: Shah Rukh Khan, More...
 



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Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
Singer: Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik
Music Director: Jatin - Lalit
Lyricist: Sameer
Genre: Filmi
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Koi Mil Gaya
Singer: Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik, Kavita Krishnamurthy
Music Director: Jatin - Lalit
Lyricist: Sameer
Genre: Filmi, Pop
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Saajanji Ghar Aaye
Singer: Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik, Kavita Krishnamurthy
Music Director: Jatin - Lalit
Lyricist: Sameer
Genre: Filmi
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Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (Sad)
Singer: Alka Yagnik
Music Director: Jatin - Lalit
Lyricist: Sameer
Genre: Filmi
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Yeh Ladka Hai Deewana
Singer: Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik
Music Director: Jatin - Lalit
Lyricist: Sameer
Genre: Filmi, Pop
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Tujhe Yaad Na Meri Aayee
Singer: Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik, Manpreet Akhtar
Music Director: Jatin - Lalit
Lyricist: Sameer
Genre: Sugam, Filmi, Punjabi Folk
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Raghupati Raaghav
Singer: Shankar Mahadevan, Alka Yagnik
Music Director: Jatin - Lalit
Lyricist: Sameer
Genre: Bhajan, Pop
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Ladki Badi Anjani Hai
Singer: Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik
Music Director: Jatin - Lalit
Lyricist: Sameer
Genre: Filmi
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Trivia


 

    Album

  • This was Karan Johar's first film as writer and director.
  • Karan Johar had approached Javed Akhtar to write the lyrics for this film. The lyricist had thought that the film's title was vulgar and refused to work in it. In his anger, Akhtar had rattled off a line and rhetorically asked Johar if this was the kind of lyrics he wanted. Karan Johar then went engaged Sameer for the film but ended up using Javed Akhtar's line "Ab To Mera Dil Jaage Na Sota Hai..." for the mukhda of the film's title song.[1]
  • Shah Rukh Khan had not understood the story of this film the first time Karan Johar had narrated it to him. He was unimpressed with the script but had signed it anyway. [2]
  • This was the debut film of child actors Sana Saeed and Parzan Dastur.
  • Karan Johar had the story of this film ready long before he made it. In fact, he wasn't really planning on making this film. He changed his mind when he was encouraged by Aditya Chopra, whom Karan had assisted for the film "Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge" (1995).[3][4]
  • Karan Johar had a difficult time casting for the role that was eventually played by Rani Mukherjee in this film. The role had been declined by eight actresses before Karan Johar approached Rani based on the recommendation of Aditya Chopra and Shah Rukh Khan, who had seen her in her debut film "Raja Ki Aayegi Baaraat" (1996). It also took a lot of convincing on Karan Johar's part to get Salman Khan on board.[5][6]
  • Nikhil Advani, who debuted as a director in the film "Kal Ho Naa Ho" (2003), not only assisted Karan Johar in this film but also appeared in two scenes in it. In one of the scenes, he had to say the line - "Suparna mujhe phone mat karna, mujhe koi aur mil gayi hai". Suparna was the name of his real-life wife and it was Advani who insisted on using her name in the dialogue. The film's choreographer, Farah Khan, also appeared on screen with him in these scenes.[7][8][9]

    Song

  • Koi Mil Gaya - This song appears to be based on the song "Take That Look Off Your Face", composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber and written by Don Black for the 1978 musical "Tell Me On A Sunday". The song was released as a single by Marti Webb in 1980.[10]
  • Saajanji Ghar Aaye - Karan Johar was distraught when Salman Khan had refused to wear a suit for this song. Salman had said that he would wear a t-shirt and jeans and would start a new trend of wearing casual wear for weddings. It was only when Karan Johar had literally cried that Salman agreed to wear the suit.[11]
  • Tujhe Yaad Na Meri Aayee - This song appears to have been adapted from the Punjabi folk song "Jadon Yaad Asaadi Aawe" popularised by the Pakistani singer Parvez Mehdi.
  • Ladki Badi Anjani Hai - The violin solo in this song had originally appeared in the song "Rangeela Re" ("Prem Pujari", 1970) composed by S.D. Burman.[12]
  • Ladki Badi Anjani Hai - Kajol was said to have lost consciousness when she lost balance and fell during the bicycle sequence in this song.



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