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Aao Pyar Karen  (1994 - Hindi)

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Aao Pyar Karen cumulative rating: 1.6 out of 51.6/5 (34 users)

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  • Aao Pyar Karen rating: 1 out of 10(Ritesh Kataria wrote on 12 Nov 2009)

    Same old typical drama!

    I am so just sad that during 90’s there were so many mediocre type of middle class drama were made, and also there were plenty which had moved the trademark of our Bollywood Industry with one step above. Proud of those films and shame on such makers. I guess we can spare the actors and actresses here, as I can purely understand there struggling period.

    This film will give you nothing but the same old typical mediocre drama and the same old clichéd formula based story, ofcourse with some decent performances by all of them.

    Wealthy Suraj (Arjun) lives in a palatial house with his mom, Anjali (Anjali), and dad. When the time comes for his marriage, his parents find a suitable match for him, but he instead marries a woman from a poor family, antagonizing his parents, who ask him to make a choice between his wife and them. Suraj chooses to stay with his wife, and moves out. Years later, Suraj's dad passes away, leaving his wife alone to look after the business and the vast estate, and making her promise that she will never welcome Suraj, his wife, nor any of their children in this house. Suraj and his wife tragically pass away due to an accident, leaving behind a son named Raja (Saif Ali Khan). One day Anjali receives a telegram informing her of Raja coming to settle down with her. She instructs her employees not to let Raja inside the house, so Raja pitches a tent on her lawn and lives there, hoping one day to win her over and be invited in the house. He does succeed, and Anjali does welcome him with open arms. Since he is of marriageable age, she would like him to marry a beautiful young woman by the name of Sonu Rai (Somy Ali), the daughter of wealthy Sampat Rai (Prem Chopra). But Raja is in love with Chhaya (Shilpa Shetty), a servant in their household, which is quite unacceptable to Anjali. Over at Chhaya's house, her brother, Shankar (Mukesh Khanna), opposes her marriage with Raja, and would like her to marry with Maniram (Gulshan Grover). Looks like history is all set to repeat itself as both Chhaya and Raja have sworn to marry each other and no one else.

    I guess now you are quite introduced with the story and also I know what you guys are thinking of.

    Moral: Skip this movie!

    Rating: 0.5 / 5

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