Released On - 07 Oct 2005     2hr 5min


Title Singer Rating
1 Tumko Ham Iss Kadar Pyaar Karne Lage Kumar Sanu, Shreya Ghoshal 3 Lyrics 5 : 37
2 Kitna Akela Tha Dil Priya Bhattacharya, Udit Narayan 4 Lyrics 5 : 51
3 Tumse Dil Kya Laga Liya Hamne Roop Kumar Rathod 3 Lyrics 6 : 6
4 Yeh Chehara, Yeh Rangat Kumar Sanu 3 Lyrics 5 : 23
5 Kehata Hai Dil Sun Ae Sanam Shaan 3 Lyrics 3 : 33
6 Tumse Dil Kya Laga Liya Humne (2) Roop Kumar Rathod, Shreya Ghoshal 4 Lyrics 6 : 11

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Varsha, played by Rupa Dutta and Anjali, played by Anchal Anand have been close friends since they first met in college. They have always shared each other’s happiness as well as problems and do not keep any secrets from one another. Anjali’s father is Baldev, played by Tiku Talsania, who has arranged a suitable groom for her. The groom in question is Vijay, played by Divvij Kak, who is the son of Baldev’s good friend Mahesh. Anjali, however isn’t happy with this idea as she is in love with her college friend Akash, played by Sameer Ali Khan.


Varsha, Anjali and Sameer, thus devise a plan to get rid of Vijay. Anjali brings Sameer home and introduces him as Vijay. Varsha doesn’t reveal her identity and takes Vijay to a farmhouse, where he thinks she is Anjali and falls in love with her. Prasanna, played by Alok Nath is Varsha’s father who is not happy with the plan the three youngsters have devised. Meanwhile Baldev’s brother Jaidev has his own agenda of taking over his property.


The movie is directed by Faiz Anwar and produced by Dreamcraft Production. The music is composed by Milind Sagar and Nikhil Vinay. The cinematography is by Akram Khan and the choreography is by Shakur Shaikh.