Kya Yehi Pyar Hai
Producer: Tips Films
Cast:Amisha Patel, AftabShivdasani & Jackie
Bus number 16 is
very important for Rahul (AftabShivdasani) and his gang of friends, Iqbal, Peter, Sunder and others. Every day, they make sure
that they catch the bus. The reason is very simple. Sandhya
(Ameesha Patel) always travels by this bus and Rahul is madly in love with her.
Though Rahul keeps following Sandhya for
almost four years he gets the guts to reveal it only in the 5th year
of their college life.
Sandhya does not know her secret admirer and she is
more interested in academics. Her only dream is to get a gold medal and make
her parents proud of her.
Sandhya is the only child of Rachna
(NeenaKulkarni) and a
manic and alcoholic police inspector RajPatil (AshishVidhyarthi).
He comes to home drunk and then beats his wife and even accuses her of having
an affair with some men. He is so crazy that once he burns a mavali trying to tease his daughter.
mother, fed up of Patil’s brutal ways, encourages Sandhya to be a good student. She dreams of a new life
stems out of her daughter’s efforts.
So, Sandhya is totally obsessed with studies, studies and more
studies while Rahul’s is with Sandhya,
Sandhya and Sandhya!
Rahul’s elder brother, Dr. Tiwari
(Jackie Shroff) tries hard to convince him that love
can only be part of your life, but Romeo Rahul
refuses to listen.
loves his brother so much that he even does not marry to give his love forever!
Tiwari is cool and cooperative exactly opposite of Sandhya’s dad.
Rahul tries lot of attempts to convince Sandhya, but she is just not ready for his love. His
brother and his friends try to pursue Sandhya’s hand but Patil
insults them in a crude manner.
A close friend of Sandhya, the sexy-looking AnupamaVerma, believes in Rahul’s true love Being close to Sandhya. She tries her best to get them closer. But it is
too late and things worsen when Dr. Tiwari dies in an
accident. This makes things worse for Rahul. He
realizes that he has lost his only brother for the name of love.
finally relaises and decides to accept Rahul, but then he turns down her offer.
Having wasted so many years of his life and having lost his brother, he
philosophizes that love is not everything in life.
While the first half is repetitive and very slow, the post-interval portion
moves faster. The first half is full of song sequences and Rahul
running after Sandhya.
The clichéd dialogues
really kill you. The writer could have used simpler yet convincing dialogues.
The choreography for this film is great also the songs by Sajid-Wajid
are emotional and worth hearing. The special echo effects in songs are a good
effort in making the movie bit different.
Aftab is brilliant in this movie. He is definitely
improving movie-after-movie. Though Amisha looks
pretty good, she fails on her dialogue delivery – it is too artificial. Amisha’s sex appeal is at its peak as she is seen in sexy
outfits in the songs sequences.
AnupamaVerma does her role
well and she too looks so glamorous. AshishVidhyarthi is absolutely fabulous though at times, he
overacts. Jackie does justice and looks great as a big brother in this film.
Overall, it’s an average flick
with clichéd sequences and boring dialogues. The performances (and appearances
of course), song sequences and the cinematography are the plus points of this