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Director  Firoz Irani
Release date  June 10, 1999 (India)
Country  India
5.4/10 IMDb

Genre  Romance, Action, Crime
Running time  2h 20m
Language  Hindi
Hote Hote Pyar Ho Gaya movie poster
Release date  2 July 1999
Writer  Firoz Irani (additional screenplay), Anil Kalekar (story), Madhusudan Kalekar (story), Saroj Khan (screenplay), Naushir Khatau (story), Naeem-Ejaz (dialogue)
Screenplay  Firoz Irani, Saroj Khan, Naeem Sha, Naushir Khatau
Music director  Anand Raj Anand, Ejaz Hussain, Chander Makhawana, Pradeep-Ejaz
Cast  Kajol (Pinky), Jackie Shroff (Police Officer Arjun), Atul Agnihotri (Atul), Ayesha Jhulka (Shobha), Aruna Irani (Buaji)
Similar movies  Anand Raj Anand composed the music for Hote Hote Pyar Ho Gaya and Chaahat – Ek Nasha

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Hote Hote Pyar Ho Gaya is an Indian Bollywood film directed by Firoz Irani, released on 2 July 1999. The film stars Jackie Shroff, Atul Agnihotri, Kajol and Ayesha Jhulka in lead roles.


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Atul aka Bunty (Atul Agnihotri) and Pinky (Kajol) meet and fall in love with each other. They want to get married. However, their parents are against this and in fact, both sets of parents have arranged for them to marry other people. Finding no other option, Atul turns to his aunt, Buaji (Aruna Irani) to help him and Pinky find a way out. Buaji suggests that Atul and Pinky marry the spouses that their parents want them to marry. However, after their marriage, both Atul and Pinky should torment their respective spouses to the extent that their spouses get frustrated and seek divorces, which will then leave them free to marry the person they love.

Atul and Pinky decide to go along with Buaji's plan. Accordingly, Atul get married to Shobha (Ayesha Jhulka) and Pinky gets married to Arjun (Jackie Shroff), as per the wishes of their respective parents. After their wedding, Atul and Pinky try to torture their spouses with numerous shenanigans. Atul claims to be a womanizer and leaves his wife alone on their wedding night, pretending to go to a brothel. The next day, he tells his wife that he is in the habit of drinking heavily. Meanwhile, Pinky also leaves her husband alone on their wedding night, visits a nightclub and nurses a bottle of booze. Their spouses are disturbed, but instead of reacting, they both try to adjust themselves to the difficult situation and try to make their spouses happy.

Shobha and Arjun meet by a chance encounter and realise Atul and Pinky's plan and try to make them jealous by meeting with each other on the sly. Atul and Pinky realise this and try to hurt Shobha and Arjun as well. Eventually, Atul and Pinky realise that they have fallen in love with their respective spouses. Will Atul and Pinky decide to walk out on their spouses and marry each other or will they go back to their respective spouses and live happily ever after?


  • Jackie Shroff ... Police Officer Arjun
  • Kajol ... Pinky
  • Atul Agnihotri ... Atul (Bunty)
  • Ayesha Jhulka ... Shobha
  • Aruna Irani ... Buaji
  • Kulbhushan Kharbanda ... Colonel (Pinky's dad)
  • Prem Chopra ... Jagawar
  • Rita Bhaduri ... Asha
  • Anil Dhawan ... Ajit
  • Anjana Mumtaz ... Arjun's mom
  • Music

    The soundtrack of the film contains 7 songs. The songs were composed by Anand Raj Anand and Pradeep Laad, with the song Haiyo Hikko Nikko Ni being composed in collaboration with Naeem Ejaz. Lyrics were authored by Rani Malik, with the song O Jane Jaa being written by Zameer Kazmi.


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