Kyaa Dil Ne Kahaa

 (2002)

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manoharv2001 Super Star Rajesh Khanna's Kyaa Dil Ne Kahaa (2002)
Mar 14, 2012
manoharv2001
U.S. settled Esha (Esha Deol) is attracted to fellow-student Rahul (Tushar Kapoor). Rahul too is attracted to Esha. Esha returns home to India and tells her parents (Raj Babbar, Nina Kulkarni) about her love for Rahul. The family is pleased, and proceeds to finalize the marriage. They accompany Esha to Rahul's house. Rahul's parents (Rajesh Khanna, Smita Jaykar) approve of Esha. But when they ask Rahul, to everyone's shock, he refuses to marry Esha under any circumstances. • Taking movies ahead in quantam leaps – Super Star Rajesh Khanna Super Star Rajesh Khanna evoked a type of hysteria in India that only Elvis and the Beatles did in the West. The receptivity to his persona was due to the actor’s exuberant presence on screen. The masses felt a type of "deliverance" to a higher and better level through his films. They were elevated and taken forward. They wanted this progress; to cast off the "static" patterns of the past. There was no mere identification with Super Star Rajesh Khanna. He broke all previous success barriers without a godfather or godmother to guide him or shower their favouritism to him. He did it alone and so was called "superstar" for the same reason. Super Star Rajesh Khanna in the eyes of the Indian cinema-goer was taking movies ahead in quantam leaps. Wherever he took them, they would follow. This was a celluolid utopia no one had experienced before or since. As an actor, he broke out of orbit to become a "superstar" and lead. Super Star Rajesh Khanna delivered the cinema from a usual place, and ended "where they lived well" to the other, "but we lived better". Until another breaks his unforgettable groundbreaking precedent of euphoric conditions, he is still ’the pride of the nation" and the "National Super Star."

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| Jun 28, 2002
Rediff India
Kya Dil Ne Kahaa is a good effort From here the story takes many twists and turns and laboriously reaches a predictable climax. The actors are the biggest letdown. Yes, Tusshar can act, but his biggest problem is his total lack of screen presence. ... Full Review

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