Happy birthday to this classic film of all time! Kuch Kuch Hota Hai the first film that I watched and this film brought me to love bollywood and especially Kajol 😭💓. Thank you @karanjohar you were the greatest director at the time ❤❤ Kkkh has its own place for anyone who watches it ✨.
5,5204716 October, 2019
Ada hati yang termanis
dan penuh cinta.. Tentu saja kan
kubalas seisi jiwa.. 🎶❤
2,1582119 hours ago
In the real life we can only imagine someone we love will be ours later💭❤, but in Indian cinema everything will surely happen and always end with a happy ending🌹.
4,9183915 October, 2019
Throwback with this cute one 😻💛.
— Tomorrow is KKHH b'day, Anyone knows how age #kuchkuchhotahai will be tomorrow ✨☁
Mani Ratnam's ''Yuva,'' a Bollywood feature that opens today nationwide, has a sharp political edge that is rare in Hindi-language films, celebrated as they are for their wildly exuberant production numbers and sugary love stories.Mr. Ratnam, a prolific filmmaker who usually works in the Tamil-language cinema of southern India rather than the Hindi cinema centered in Mumbai (the former Bombay), uses the Bollywood conventions to get at a social reality. The title translates as ''Youth,'' and Mr. Ratnam means to provide a generational portrait through his three male protagonists, each drawn from a different stratum of Indian society in contemporary Calcutta.
The middle-class Michael (Ajay Devgan) is a brilliant student who turns down an opportunity to study in America to lead a local revolt against a corrupt establishment politician played by Om Puri, in a role refreshingly removed from the cuddly patriarchs he has played in English-language films like ''East Is East.'' The upper-class Arjun (Vivek Oberoi) is a charming wastrel looking forward to emigrating to America, whose life is transformed when he falls under Michael's reformist spell.The most interesting character is Lallan (played, in a simmering, charismatic performance, by Abhishek Bachchan), a street thug who becomes an enforcer for the party in power. Left out of India's economic miracle, he is an unpredictable, violent man who believes in self-preservation above all, in stark and pointed contrast to his coddled counterparts.
Mr. Ratnam is a dynamic, natural filmmaker who happily uses every device at his disposal, from rapid-fire MTV editing to sped-up action scenes that recall silent serials, to keep his lengthy film moving at a brisk pace. The film flags only when Mr. Ratnam must turn his attention to the soggy romantic subplots, in which each of the men must deal with the demands for domesticity made by their adoring but subtly domineering female companions. #movieandpolitics#yuva#movie#maniratnam#ajaydevgn#vivekoberoi#abhishekbachan#eshadeol#kareenakapoor#ranimukerji#information#facts#politicsassociation#sies