Ishq Hai Tumse
Director G. Krishna
Release date January 2, 2004 (India)
|Release date 2 January 2004 (2004-01-02)|
Writer Raman Bharadwaj (dialogue), G. Krishna (screenplay), Sana Yadi Reddy (concept)
Songs Dil Dil
Similar movies Bipasha Basu and Alok Nath appear in Ishq Hai Tumse and Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai
Ishq Hai Tumse is a 2004 Indian musical-romance film starring Dino Morea and Bipasha Basu.
The film follows Arjun, a Hindu man played by Morea, and Khushbu, a Muslim woman played by Basu. Their fathers (portrayed by Vikram Gokhale and Alok Nath, respectively) become good friends. During a marriage ceremony, Arjun comes across Khushbu and falls in love with her. However, he decides to hide his feelings from her and his family because of their differences in religion.
When Arjun is about to confess his love to Khushbu, Arjun's father has a sudden kidney failure and is admitted to a hospital. Khushbu's parents arrange a marriage for her, and she, unaware of Arjun's love, obeys. This finally prods a desperate Arjun to admit his love for Khushbu. The second time he musters the courage to express his feelings, Khushbu's father has a fake heart attack.
In order to free her from the man she is supposed to wed, her father fakes a heart attack and they all rush to the hospital. In the hospital, Khushbu's father and Arjuns father approve of their kids undeniable love for each other.
It is a remake of Telugu movie - Sampangi - starring Kanchi Kaul and Arjan Bajwa.
Music by Himesh Reshammiya. Lyrics by Sameer
ReferencesIshq Hai Tumse Wikipedia
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