Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! NR CC

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Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! is a love story that charms you with its quintessential Indian family values exploring the heart of an Indian family... An Indian wedding extravaganza with romantic moments that woo your heart.

Starring:
Salman Khan, Madhuri Dixit
Runtime:
3 hours 19 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Romance, Musical, Comedy
Director Sooraj R. Barjatya
Starring Salman Khan, Madhuri Dixit
Supporting actors Mohnish Bahl, Renuka Shahane, Anupam Kher, Reema Lagoo, Alok Nath, Bindu, Ajit Vachani, Satish Shah, Himani Shivpuri, Sahila Chaddha, Dilip Joshi, Laxmikant Berde, Priya Arun, Tuffy, Srinivas Pathak, Dinesh Hingoo, Babbanlal Yadav, Abha Bhandari
Studio Rajshri Media
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 7-day viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

Great family movie and nice songs.
amitkgarg
The plot was unreal, there was a lot of overacting and it could have been done in half the time.
JZK
And there is a lot, I am skipping quite a bit or this review would last forever!
The Patriarch

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63 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Nicholas G. Kotsonis on June 27, 2003
Format: DVD
This is a wonderful movie. The love story for all ages in any country. Prem and Nisha meet when their siblings get engaged in an arranged marriage. They at first tease each other, but eventually realize that they are in love. Then tragedy strikes, Nisha's sister Pooja, after giving birth to a beautiful boy, dies in a stairs accident. The families are grief stricken. They decide that the husband must marry again for the sake of the baby. The father's decide that Nisha will take Pooja's place. Nisha, being unaware that the families have arranged her to be marriewd to Rajesh, believes that she will be married to Prem.
Both lovers decide that for the sake of the families they will hide their love. Here is the traditional notion of sacreficing your happiness for the sake of many others.
This is a classic tale with the songs not only being an excellent breather from the movie, but they are also cute tunes that keep you involved in the story.
This film from Yash Chropra is the first from his family's company that explores the mixture of modern and tradional India. His later films Diwale Dulhania Y Jangege and Kuch Kuch Hota Hai expand the messages and themes begun in this film.
A must see film for everyone that loves love stories.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Z Hayes HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 5, 2007
Format: DVD
This movie turned out to be one of the highest-grossing Indian movies of all-time, and no wonder - the music is superb [songs & melodies in the traditional Indian style], good casting, and lovely costumes, not to mention a story that tugs at the heartstrings.

The story itself is a typical Bollywood romance/ tearjerker - Prem [Salman Khan] and Nisha [the bewitching Madhuri Dixit] finds themselves falling for each other as Prem's older brother Rajesh [Mohnish Behl] marries Nisha's sister Pooja [Renuka Shahane]. Unfortunately tragedy strikes when Pooja dies shortly after the birth of her first child. The elder males feel that it would be best for Nisha to marry her widowed bro-in-law [common in many traditional societies] so as to provide the motherless child with a loving substitute mommy. Unbeknownst to the other family members, Prem and Nisha are deeply in love, and they decide to sacrifice their love for the sake of the family [another common thread in many Bollywood movies]. The rest of the story deals with what happens to the star-crossed lovers.

Though the plot is not extraordinary, what lifts this movie above the average Bollywood blockbuster is the excellent songs & dances that lend a melodious harmony to the movie itself, whilst not detracting from the actual story. The acting by the cast is credible, and the two leads [Salman & Madhuri] have a genuine chemistry [that is repeated in many other Hindi romances such as Saajan etc].

An entertaining family movie that is sure to warm your heart [just don't expect a typical Bollywood blockbuster that is heavy on violence and low on acting & plot].
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Lyn on February 12, 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This is generally a much loved Bollywood movie released in 1994. I think it has to be assessed within that time-frame.
It has all the simplicity and naivete that Hollywood did in the 50s and early 60s. Its the sort of movie Doris Day would have starred in in terms of nice people and family values. It has scenes such as two whole families sitting in a circle and playing a game of pass the cushion and when the music stops the person holding it has to perform some forfeit piece of poetry or music. Now this tells you something about the times in itself.
It is a long movie and there are many more songs than you tend to get these days. The songs were generally lively but I haven't felt tempted to download them. I did find the movie went on a bit at times though I know not all viewers felt that.
It is a piece that informs a lot about Indian customs with quite long scenes laying out cultural practices around weddings and allied rituals. These are people who put family first and will sacrifice personal desires for family sake. The families intermarried are idyllic except for an aunt who provides selfish, greedy contrast.
I came to Salman Khan movies this millennium and its interesting to see him younger. He is less self-conscious here and dances a lot better. I particularly noted the freer movement around his shoulders and wonder if all the bodybuilding since has locked him up there and restricted his range of movement!
All actors are good and the 2 leads (Salman and Madhuri Dixit) have good chemistry in what is, unashamedly, a building romantic tale.
There is nothing new here but it has its own period charms. For those who don't like sentimental or cute, for art-house cinema lovers and those who only like more real or recent stuff, this may not be for you. However for those who like Bollywood musicals this is one of the best loved in the genre- which won a swathe of awards when it was released.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By The Patriarch on August 2, 2007
Format: DVD
If you only watch the newest movies and you favor the synthetic drum machine music instead of traditional Indian instruments or if you only watch Indian movies with Sharuk Khan in them do yourself a favor and pass this old relic up for something newer. You are dismissed.

Ok, see that? I got rid of all the wannabe Bollywood fans and only those who truly respect this art are remaining. Now onto the review. Lights, action, camera!

The title to this review, seen written on the side of our hero's Jeep sums up the message of this movie. It is about the tight-knit fabric that holds India together- the family. The movie opens up with the credit sequence and hero and heroine signing the title song. It's a beautiful song and a great way to open this movie. It's then onto a cricket match that, ok, may not be the best way top start a movie. It's a little silly with a dog for an umpire. But whatever.

As the film rolls on there is a marriage being set up. The groom's brother Prem and the bride's sister Nisha start off bickering but you can tell they like each other. Soon the marriage is confirmed and the groom presents the ring. And we're onto the next song, the immortal Wah Wah Ramji. This is an awesome song. I do like the Kahbi Kushi Kahbi Gham version better though.

The next part of the movie they are preparing for the wedding. Getting to see a theme? Most of this movie has to do with marriage. The scene either takes place at a marriage or during the preparation for one. Most of the time anyway. During all this marriage prep there is another awesome song. I don't know the names to all the song's sorry. I hear there are about 14-I've never taken the time to count. For this song, the men sit across from the women.
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