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Hum Tum Pe Marte Hain  (1999 - Hindi)

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  • Punnu
    Punnu wrote on Apr 18 2008 7:45PM

    Shiv kumar (Paresh Rawal) lives with his wife Uma Devi (Himani Shivpuri) and son Rahul Kumar (Govinda) who has just come back after completing his studies to start his own business of toys. They have a neighbouring family whose head Devyani (Dimple Kapadia) thinks that Shiv kumar has taken up her land and made his bungalow. She always has differences with Shiv Kumar's family and terms them as low mentality people. Devyani's sister Radhika (Urmila Matondkar) doesnt like Rahul much. Shiv kumar is really impressed by Radhika's nature and wants Rahul to marry her. One day, some thieves try to steal things from Radhika's house when Rahul comes and saves it from happening. But he gets badly injured in his leg and fractures his leg. Radhika gets emotionally attached to Rahul and slowly begins to love him. Rahul's family is really happy that they will get such a sweet daughterin-law. When Devyani comes to know that Radhika loves Rahul, she decides to marry Radhika with Dhananjay(Nirmal Pandey) who is her business partner. Devyani invites Shiv Kumar and his family for a party. They all go thinking Devyani is happy with Rahul and Radhika's match but they all are surprised when Radhika and Dhananjays engagement is announced. Will this marriage take place? Or will Rahul find some way out? Will Devyani understand the feelings of Radhika? All these questions are answered in the concluding part of the story.


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