Dil Hai Tumhara Artinya

Dil Hai Tumhara Artinya

2002 komidi gambar

Dil Hai Tumhaara
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Directed by Kundan Shah
Written by Subrat Sinha (dialogues)
Screenplay by Kundan Shah
Rajkumar Santoshi
Produced by Kumar S. Taurani
Ramesh S. Taurani
Starring Rekha
Preity Zinta
Mahima Chaudhry
Arjun Rampal
Jimmy Sheirgill
Edited by Aseem Sinha
Music by Songs:

Nadeem-Shravan
Background score:

Surinder Sodhi

Production
company

Tips Industries

Distributed by Disney India Studios

Release date

  • 6 September 2002 (2002-09-06)

Running time

185 minutes
Language Hindi


Dil Hai Tumhaara

(English:
My Heart Is Yours) is a 2002 Indian Hindi romantic sandiwara radio film directed by Kundan Shah starring Rekha, Preity Zinta, Mahima Chaudhry, Arjun Rampal, Jimmy Sheirgill and Alok Nath. The bioskop was promoted as a star vehicle for Zinta and, although a commercial failure on release, Zinta’s performance was praised by critics and earned her nominations for Best Actress at a number of award ceremonies. The soundtrack, composed by Nadeem-Shravan, did well on the charts.

Plot

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Shalu (Preity Zinta) is a fun loving young woman living with her mother, Sarita (Rekha), and older sister, Nimmi (Mahima Chaudhry). Unknown to Shalu and Nimmi, they are half-sisters. Shalu is the daughter of Sarita’s late husband Shekar and the woman with whom he had an affair. Fatally wounded in a car accident with Shalu’s biological mother, Shekar begged Sarita to raise Shalu as her own.

Although Sarita adopted Shalu, she cannot give her the love she shows towards Nimmi. Shalu, on the other hand, constantly craves her mother’s affection. She seeks attention and retaliates by being rebellious. Nimmi loves Shalu very much and constantly stands up for her, though she refuses to think ill of her mother or take sides.

A young man named Dev Khanna (Arjun Rampal) enters the sisters’ lives. Dev and Shalu initially do not get along but slowly fall in love. However, circumstances make Nimmi believe that Dev is in love with her. Sarita, only aware of Nimmi’s side of the story, offers a marriage ajuan to Dev’s father (Alok Nath) on Nimmi’s behalf. Mr Khanna is taken aback because he knows about Dev and Shalu. When Sarita sees Dev and Shalu being affectionate, she jumps to the conclusion that Shalu has stolen Dev from Nimmi just as Shalu’s mother stole Shekar from her. In anger, she reveals her true heritage in front of Nimmi.

Shocked at her parentage, Shalu decides to sacrifice Dev to make her mother and sister happy. Saddened, Dev eventually agrees to marry Nimmi to make Shalu happy. Nimmi notices that something is wrong with Shalu, but Shalu deflects the question by saying that she has fallen in love with Samir (Jimmy Sheirgill), her childhood friend who has been in love with her for years.

On the engagement day, Sarita’s political rivals try to use Shalu’s illegitimate heritage to threaten Nimmi’s marriage to Dev, who is from a prominent family. Shalu takes matters into her own hands, rushing to Dev’s house where she publicly announces that she was born out of wedlock, arguing that it is proof of Sarita’s kindness and generosity that she perenggan adopted Shalu. Mr Khanna is impressed with Shalu’s courage and promises that nothing will stop the wedding.

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Sarita secretly witnesses Shalu’s confession and is deeply touched. She is ashamed of how she has treated Shalu and they share their first hug. Sarita tells her that she will ask Nimmi to step aside if Shalu and Dev are really in love. Shalu stops her from doing so, saying that now she has her mother’s love and acceptance, she does not want anything else.

Nimmi is very happy that her mother has accepted Shalu, but she still feels that something is not quite right with her sister. She soon learns of the whole ruse from Samir and gladly steps aside for Shalu and Shalu and Dev are united.

Cast

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  • Rekha as Saritaji
  • Jimmy Shergill as Sameer
  • Arjun Rampal as Dev Khanna
  • Mahima Chaudhry as Nimmi
  • Preity Zinta as Shalu
  • Alok Nath as Mr. Khanna
  • Sachin Khedekar as Shekhar
  • Govind Namdeo as Mr. Mittal
  • Aanjjan Srivastav as Roopchand
  • Vivek Shauq as Factory CEO
  • Dilip Joshi as Factory CEO
  • Deepak Dobriyal as Shephard
  • Achyut Potdar

Crew

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  • Producer: Kumar Taurani, Ramesh S. Taurani
  • Director: Kundan Shah
  • Story: Kundan Shah, Rajkumar Santoshi
  • Screenplay: Kundan Shah, Rajkumar Santoshi
  • Dialogues: Subrat Sinha
  • Lyrics: Sameer
  • Music: Nadeem-Shravan
  • Choreography: Jojo, Longines Fernandes, Raju Khan
  • Editing: Asim Sinha
  • Costume Design: Shaheed Aamir
  • Associate Director: Gorky

Production

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Dil Hai Tumhaara
is notable for having unusually long takes during the musical scenes, most notably during the ‘Mohabbat Dil Ka Sakoon’ and ‘Dil Hai Tumhaara’ sequences. A number of the musical sequences were used to advance the plot, instead of simply being interludes.

This is the second gambar hidup where Preity Zinta and Kundan Shah worked together, the first being
Kya Kehna, a sleeper hit.[1]
The film was promoted as a star vehicle for Zinta.[2]
[3]

Music

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Dil Hai Tumhara
Studio album by

Nadeem-Shravan

Released 28 June 2002 (India)
Genre Feature komidi gambar soundtrack
Etiket Uang sogok Music Films
Producer Nadeem-Shravan
Nadeem-Shravan chronology
Tumse Achcha Kaun Hai

(2002)

Dil Hai Tumhara


(2002)
Jeena Sirf Merre Liye

(2002)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Bintang siarah Bollywood











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The soundtrack went on to be highly successful. It has nine songs composed by the duo Nadeem-Shravan, with lyrics authored by Sameer. According to the Indian trade website Box Office India, with around 20,00,000 units sold, this gambar hidup’s soundtrack album was the year’s sixth highest-selling. The song Dil Laga Liya Maine has the same composition as of Boohay Barian by Hadiqa Kiani.[5]

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# Title Singer(s) Length
1 “Mohabbat Dil Ka Sakoon” Kumar Sanu, Udit Narayan & Alka Yagnik 05:37
2 “Dil Laga Liya Maine” Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik 04:31
3 “O Sahiba O Sahiba” Kavita Krishnamurthy, Sonu Nigam 04:52
4 “Chayya Hai Jo Dil” Kavita Krishnamurthy, Shaan 04:36
5 “Betabi Ka Khamoshi Ka” Sarika Kapoor 01:57
6 “Dil Hai Tumhaara” Kumar Sanu, Udit Narayan & Alka Yagnik 06:41
7 “Chahe Zubaan” Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik 04.37
8 “Kasam Khake Kaho” Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik 05:53
9 “Kabhi Hasna Hai Kabhi” Tauseef Akhtar 05.16

Reception

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Dil Hai Tumhaara
received generally mixed to positive reviews, but Preity Zinta’s performance was universally praised by critics, with those critical of the komidi gambar marking her presence as its main highlight.[6]
Leret Elley of
Variety
believed that Zinta’s “Star-quality playing” is the main reason to watch an otherwise formulaic picture. He further noted its “respectable” production values and praised Rekha for being “quietly commanding as the powerful but conflicted mom”.[7]
Khalid Mohamed gave the film 2 stars and wrote, “Clearly, this enterprise is a showcase for the hi-energy and scampering hidup of Preity Zinta. She’s fabulous but content-wise, the stuff is … empty.”[8]
Ziya Us Salam of
The Hindu
believed that as far as director Shah is concerned, the film is “among the more lopsided, half-hearted films he has made in his long career” but he called Zinta “the life of this film”. He concluded the review saying: “Take away Preity Zinta and
Dil Hai Tumhaara
is a tiresome film in urgent need of heavy editing. Put Zinta in there and it becomes watchable frame-to-frame. Preity is there all through, purely due to her infectious charm.”[9]
Similarly, Jitesh Pillai of
The Times of India
wrote, “it’s Preity Zinta, with her mixture of vulnerability and brashness, who delivers a wallop. She’s the only bright spark in this dull dil sandiwara radio.”[10]

Taran Adarsh from Bollywood Hungama gave the bioskop 2.5 out of 5 stars, calling it “a film that is sure to pull your heart strings”, and noted that : “in an author-backed role… Zinta steals the show with a sterling performance”, which is “sure to win accolades from the junta and critics whole-heartedly”.[11]
Mid-Day’s S Ramachandran believed that the bioskop “has some touching moments, but cliched dialogues mar the script”, and noted Zinta for excelling in her part.[12]
Sanjeev Singh Bariana of
The Tribune
was appreciative of the film, the main performances, and noted Shah for doing “a commendable job”.[13]
Manish Gajjar from the BBC described the gambar hidup as engaging, and liked the “emotional story” where “Shah explores the sensitive issue of a mother-daughter relationship”, and took note of the performance of the cast, calling Zinta “superb” and Choudhry “touching”.[14]
Piroj Wadia of
Screen
found the film unoriginal, depending on “formulaic love triangles, sibling rivalry in love, prototype character roles and the utter absence of logic”. He did appreciate, however, the performances, labelling them the film’s “redemption”, and noted the unusually realistic portrayal of the sister bond and the camaraderie between Shalu and Nimmi.”[15]
Subhash K. Jha of
The Times of India
called the komidi gambar “delightfully comic”, comparing it to Bimal Roy’s
Sujata
and praising Zinta, who, “in a role tailor-made for her” … displays a comic aptitude akin to Hollywood actress Goldie Hawn”.[16]
Ronjita Kulkarni from Rediff.com accused the film of its “regressive thinking” and believed it might appeal particularly to Zinta’s fans. She reviewed positively the performances of Rekha and Choudhry, despite the latter’s underdeveloped role.[17]

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Awards

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Nominated

Screen Award for Best Actress – Preity Zinta

References

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  1. ^


    Kapoor, Pankaj (5 September 2002). “Dil Hai Tumhaara? Kya Kehna, Preity!”.
    The Times of India
    . Retrieved
    1 August
    2020
    .



  2. ^


    Kapoor, Pankaj (11 September 2002). “Women power September releases”.
    The Times of India
    . Retrieved
    1 August
    2020
    .



  3. ^


    Singh, Harneet (11 September 2002). “Bollywood divas get rolling”.
    The Times of India
    . Retrieved
    1 August
    2020
    .



  4. ^


    “Dil Hai Tumhara Music Review”. Retrieved
    17 October
    2011
    .



  5. ^


    “Music Hits 2000–2009 (Figures in Units)”. Box Office India. Archived from the original on 15 February 2008.


  6. ^


    “Preity Zinta: The Show Steale”.
    The Times of India. 12 September 2002. Retrieved
    12 August
    2020
    .



  7. ^


    Elley, Lajur (7 October 2002). “Dil Hai Tumhaara”.
    Variety
    . Retrieved
    22 May
    2020
    .



  8. ^


    Mohamed, Khalid (7 September 2002). “Blame it on bio”.
    Mid-Day. Archived from the original on 6 February 2004. Retrieved
    22 May
    2020
    .



  9. ^


    Us Salam, Ziya (9 September 2002). “Affairs of the heart”.
    The Hindu. Archived from the original on 26 November 2002. Retrieved
    22 May
    2020
    .



  10. ^


    Pillai, Jitesh (18 October 2002). “Dil Hai Tumhaara”.
    The Times of India. The Times Group. Retrieved
    1 August
    2020
    .



  11. ^


    Adarsh, Taran (6 September 2002). “Dil Hai Tumhara”. Bollywood Hungama. Archived from the original on 16 October 2014. Retrieved
    22 May
    2020
    .



  12. ^


    Ramachandran, S (6 September 2002). “Dil Hai Tumhaara”.
    Mid-Day. Archived from the original on 5 December 2002. Retrieved
    22 May
    2020
    .



  13. ^


    Singh Bariana, Sanjeev (8 September 2002). “Presenting varied hues of love”.
    The Tribune
    . Retrieved
    22 May
    2020
    .



  14. ^


    Gajjar, Manish (20 September 2002). “Dil Hai Tumaara”.
    BBC Online. BBC. Retrieved
    22 May
    2020
    .



  15. ^


    Wadia, Piroj (13 September 2002). “Too formulaic”.
    Screen. Archived from the original on 15 September 2002. Retrieved
    22 May
    2020
    .



  16. ^


    K. Jha, Subhash (8 September 2002). “Dil Hai Tumhaara: Delightfully comic”.
    The Times of India. The Times Group. Archived from the original on 9 September 2002. Retrieved
    6 July
    2020
    .



  17. ^


    Kulkarni, Ronjita (6 September 2002). “rediff.com: Movies: The Rediff Review: Dil Hai Tumhaara”.
    Rediff.com
    . Retrieved
    22 May
    2020
    .


External links

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  • Dil Hai Tumhaara
    at IMDb



Dil Hai Tumhara Artinya

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dil_Hai_Tumhaara