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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002BDHVG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #100,772 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By H. Bala TOP 500 REVIEWER on June 16, 2007
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In DIL HAI TUMHAARA the spotlight is firmly on Preity Zinta, Bollywood's dimpled and perky goddess. Preity is a natural in the acting biz and, from what I've seen on live interviews, seems to be a genuine, down-to-earth person in real life. She's the reason I bought this dvd, and she, Rekha, and Mahima Chaudhary provide the overwhelming reason to watch this film.

So, as laid out in the film's first few minutes, this is what's going on: Sarita (Rekha, KOI...MIL GAYA and KRRISH), mother to young Nimmi, shockingly finds out that her husband has been having an ongoing affair and had fathered another girl, Shalu. When her husband and the "other" woman become fatal casualties of an auto accident, Sarita very reluctantly agrees to raise Shalu as her very own. So Shalu grows up thinking that Sarita is her biological mother. But showering love on Shalu is something which Sarita can never bring herself to do, so she is only affectionate to Nimmi. However, Nimmi and Shalu grow up as loving sisters, even though Shalu incessantly acts up in a bid for her "mother's" attentions.

Meanwhile, over the years and as the sisters mature, Sarita has moved up in the world, having become the mayor of Palampur. Currently, she finds herself embroiled in a power play with a conniving politician who covets her position. This politician is in cahoots with the two crooked heads of an apple production plant owned by Khanna Industries. I mention this because Shalu shortly becomes involved in the doings as she first procures a job at the same plant and then meets Dev Khanna, who is heir to Khanna Industries. Dev (Arjun Rampal) has infiltrated the plant in hopes of discovering why it's incurring such heavy losses; he disguises himself as Anand, a lowly chauffer's son.
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This is about 2 sisters (Preity Zinta and Mahima Chaudhry) more than anything. They have always been very close but don't realize that, though they share a common father, one of them is his illegitimate daughter to another woman. Father had 2 families and died with his other wife: asking his real wife (Rekha) to bring his other daughter up as her own. She does this but resents the child. Eventually a new man comes into their lives (Arjun Rampal). He falls for the illegitimate one but the real daughter thinks he loves her and a wedding is arranged with everyone being noble and not letting the truth out (including Jimmy Shergill who also loves the illegitimate one).
There you have a typical Bollywood romance/melodrama of multiple triangles, a problematic mother-daughter relationship, and the closest of sisterly bonds.
I found this a little slow to get going and the music unmemorable (though some of the songs did their usual job of filling in thoughts and emotions brewing beneath the surface). However the acting was all good and there are some really fine actors among them. Preity and Mahima did a great job of building the connected sister bond. Arjun is pleasing to the eye and did a good job too as the romantic interest. Rekha as the Mum has a powerful presence as the 'force to be reckoned with' Mum. Then there was Jimmy and Alok Nath (as Arjun's Dad) who had more minor roles but rose to their parts as they generally do well.
We ended up settling into this and enjoying it a lot (It even brought a few tears and I always appreciate ones that get you in enough to enable that!)
Elsewhere on the 'Net this tends to get above average and Preity was nominated for an award at the time for it. Those watching in our house agreed it was a 4 out of 5- and a keeper.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Good Gora on September 30, 2005
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Very good family movie about a half-sister, bastard daughter, how society views her status and how much the sisters love each other to the point of giving up the man of their dreams for the other.
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By XeroX on October 22, 2013
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The storyline was just wonderful, will go Down as my all time favorite, don't want to spoil it, it's a must see Indian move...
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