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Hote Hote Pyar Ho Gaya (1999) (Hindi Film / Bollywood Movie / Indian Cinema DVD)

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Pinky and Atul alias Bunty are in love with each other, and plan to marry. They, however, run into opposition with their respective families, as their life-partners have already been picked for them. Pinky's dad, a retired Colonel has picked Police Inspector Arjun to be Pinky's groom; while Ajit and Asha, Bunty's dad and mom, have picked Shobha to be Bunty's bride. Both Bunty and Pinky plan to go through with their respective marriages to the partners of their parents' choices, and then eventually divorce them, and then get married to each other.

They give in to their parents' choices, and their parents are delighted and both the weddings take place with great pomp and ceremony. Pinky then starts picking fights with Arjun and his mom, and openly insults them; while Bunty also does the same with Shobha. Their plans seem to be going on track, until they come to know that Shobha and Arjun are meeting on the sly. What impact will this have on their plans and their marriage?

About the Actor

Jaikishan Kakubhai Shroff is a Gujarati, born to Kakubhai and Rita on the 1st February 1960 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. He married Ayesha in 1987 and they have two children. His son is Jai and daughter is Krishna. His wife Ayesha is a producer and together they manage their company Jackie Shroff Entertainment Ltd. Tall, dark and handsome, Jackie Shroff, after a supporting role or two grew to be a hero with the release of Subhash Ghais 'Hero'. Jackie Shroff had a small role in Dev Anands Heera Panna (1973).

In 1982, he was cast in Dev Anands Swami Dada but it was Subhash Ghai who gave him the big break with Hero (1983) as Jackie Dada who is a bad guy with a good heart. In Subhash Ghais Karma (1986), he played one of the convicts who is hired to take on the villain Dr.Dang.

He worked with Ghai again in Ram Lakhan (1989) with Anil Kapoor and Madhuri Dixit. The movie was successful. The same year he played the role of Kishen, a gangster, in Vidhu Vinod Chopras Parinda (1989). The movie also starred Anil Kapoor, Nana Patekar and Madhuri Dixit and went on to win several awards. Shroff won his first Filmfare Best Actor Award. Another Ghai movie that starred him along with Sunny Deol and Naseeruddin Shah was Tridev (1989) which again was his third hit in 1989.


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Product Details

  • Actors: Jackie Shroff, Kajol, Ayesha Jhulka, Atul Agnihotri, Aruna Irani
  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Eros Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: July 25, 1999
  • Run Time: 150 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B0048ZQVFG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #692,703 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By H. Bala TOP 500 REVIEWER on August 17, 2008
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Even the best Bollywood actress of her time has an off day, occasionally. HOTE HOTE PYAAR HO GAYA was released back in 1999 and is a far cry from her best pictures, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (2DISC SET) and Kuch kuch hota hai (by the way, one of my all-time favorite Bollywood films). HOTE HOTE PYAAR HO GAYA is one of those projects which came out so badly that one wonders what the filmmakers were thinking at the time. As much as I dig Kajol, I can't really recommend this movie.

But I don't mind laying out the plot: Pinky and Bunty (Kajol and Atul Agnihotri), both wilful young people, meet in college and rapidly fall for each other. But, as in most Bollywood romances, tradition rears its head. Bunty's father had already promised to marry him off to his best friend's meek and traditional daughter Shobha (Ayesha Jhulka). Pinky, too, finds herself trapped in her own upcoming arranged marriage, as she's paired off with a seasoned Police Inspector named Arjun (Jackie Shroff).

Reality sets in as Pinky and Bunty acknowledge that their lack of future finances makes eloping an unsavory option. They have to keep their parents happy. So, instead, they decide to act on Bunty's aunt's scheme: to obey their parents for now and wed their respective spouses - and then sabotage their marriages and get that divorce. Except that plans have a way of hitting a snag...

Unless you're a Kajol completist, avoid this one. HOTE HOTE PYAAR HO GAYA is about as contrived, predictable and cliched as Bollywood can get. There are echoes here of HUM DIL DE CHUKE SANAM (a.k.a.
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