Huma Qureshi at Tanzila Antulay's collection launch
Sonakshi Sinha at Trilogy's awards winning party
Soha Ali Khan at 'Cansurvive' charity gala
Radhika Apte at 'Max's Festive Collection 2016' launch
Tamannaah Bhatia at 'Tutak Tutak Tutiya' screening
Mahima Chaudhry at '2016 – The End' trailer launch
Synopsis of

Kaun Hai Jo Sapno Mein Aaya  (2004 - Hindi)

Kaun Hai Jo Sapno Mein Aaya rating by users, critic rating & reviews

Kaun Hai Jo Sapno Mein Aaya cumulative rating: 1.15 out of 51.15/5 (21 users)

My Rating

Kaun Hai Jo Sapno Mein Aaya synopsis (story)

Kaun Hai Jo Sapno Mein Aaya plot summary, Kaun Hai Jo Sapno Mein Aaya full story

  • Anonymous
    Anonymous wrote on Aug 25 2010 11:58AM

    Kuldeep Khanna leads a comfortable lifestyle in Britain along with his wife, mom, a son, Sunny; and several other relatives. One day his friend from India, Dr. Verma, asks him to look after his niece, Mahek, for about a month, while he must attend a conference in the U.S.A., to which Kuldeep agrees to. Mahek moves into the Khanna household and notices that the family is dysfunctional. She begins to reform the youngest one, Sweety, and succeeds considerably. Then she teaches Kuldeep's wife and sister-in-laws how to respect her elderly mother-in-law, and follow the Hindu traditions, especially pertaining to religion and Karva Chauth. Mahek then helps Jash Khanna overcome his alcoholism and seek peace with himself after losing his wife, Christine, and son, Tobey, in an accident. It is then Mahek finds out that Sunny is in love with her and wants to marry her. She flatly turns him down, telling him that there is someone else in her life. This upsets Sunny, and does not go unnoticed by his grandma, who asks Mahek what the reason is. Mahek speaks in confidence with grandma, and shortly thereafter grandma suddenly dies. Watch as events unfold with Mahek getting instantly unpopular with the Khannas and the real reason why Mahek refused to marry Sunny.


Is this synopsis useful?

  • +0
  • -0

Comment options

  • - You can add upto 500 chars
  • - html tags not allowed
  • - Don't use abusive language
  • - Login to add comment

Write a comment

500 Character remaining