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Director  Rajat Mukherjee
Language  Hindi
Duration  
Country  India
5.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Thriller
Music director  Sandeep Chowta
Language  Hindi
Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya movie poster
Writer  Rajat Mukherjee (screenplay)
Release date  India and United States 27 April 2001 Kuwait: 9 May 2001
Songs  Kambakth Ishq
Cast  Urmila Matondkar (Ria Jaiswal), Fardeen Khan (Jai), Sonali Kulkarni (Geeta), Suresh Oberoi (Mr Jaiswal), Raajpal Yadav (Rampal Yadav)

Pyaar tune kya kiya


Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya (English:Love,What Have You Done?) is a 2001 Indian romantic thriller film produced by Ram Gopal Varma and starring Fardeen Khan, Urmila Matondkar and Sonali Kulkarni. The soundtrack was composed by Sandeep Chowta and the songs are sung by Sonu Nigam, Sukhwinder Singh, Asha Bhosle, Alka Yagnik, Alisha Chinai, K. S. Chitra and Sowmya Raoh. The film marked Rajat Mukherjee's directorial debut. The film is mainly known for Matondkar's remarkable performance of an obsessed lover. The film was a success at the box office.

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Plot

Jai (Fardeen Khan) is a fashion photographer, happily married to Geeta (Sonali Kulkarni). He meets Ria (Urmila Matondkar) in Goa. He takes photos of her without permission and publishes them in the magazine. The magazine becomes a huge hit because of those pictures. Vispy wants Ria to model for their magazine but she refuses because she is angry at Jai for publishing her pictures without asking her. Jai manages to convince her to model for their magazine. Ria begins to fall in love with Jai. Her father (Suresh Oberoi) is really happy that his daughter is finally in love (he doesn't know its Jai). Ria, to talk to Jai about marriage, goes to his house and gets a shocking surprise when she meets Geeta, Jai's wife. Stubborn and always having her way, she can't believe that the guy she loved is married.

When a shaken Geeta asks for a breakup, Jai promises to change his ways. On the other hand, Ria is very possessive about Jai. She makes a suicide attempt, calls him in the middle of the night, visits Geeta in the hospital after injuring her and spins lies to sow the seed of doubt in Geeta's mind. Jai, meanwhile, tries to hold on to his sanity and marriage. Geeta tries not to let the doubts and suspicions creep in. Ria also stalks Geeta to eliminate her from Jai’s life forever.

Jai finally decides to move out of the city with Geeta to pursue a peaceful life. Ria realizes this and asks him to meet her one last time. He agrees and goes to her house to talk to her father about her. Ria uses this opportunity to visit Jai's house and tries to kill Geeta. When Jai reaches Ria's place, he discovers that Mr. Jaiswal is not home and waits for him. While waiting he calls Geeta and hears her shouting. Immediately he rushes home and finds Ria trying to kill her. To protect Geeta, he lies to Ria that he is ready to divorce his wife and start a new life with Ria. He assures her that he really loved her all this time, only he did not realize it. Ria believes him and comes to him; Jai smacks her hard. She falls to the floor bleeding. Her father arrives and, after clearing all misunderstandings, takes Ria home. Six months later, Geeta and Jai are happy with their life while Ria is housed at a mental hospital. Her father arrives at Jai's house asking for one last time to meet her as it's her birthday and it's only him that can make any impact on her. Jai goes to meet Ria who is now in an unstable condition. Seeing upon Jai, she loses her control and starts shaking him until her father and the hospital crew pulls her away from Jai. Jai is shown to be guilty of Ria's mental condition at the end of the movie.

Cast

  • Urmila Matondkar ... Ria Jaiswal
  • Fardeen Khan ... Jai
  • Sonali Kulkarni ... Geeta
  • Suresh Oberoi ... Mr. Jaiswal
  • Rajpal Yadav ... Rampal Yadav/Chhota Vakeel
  • Ravi Baswani ... Vispy
  • Crew

  • Writer - Rajat Mukherjee
  • Director - Rajat Mukherjee
  • Producer - Ram Gopal Varma
  • Executive Producer - A. V. S. Raju
  • Music - Sandeep Chowta
  • Cinematography - Sanjay Kapoor [1]
  • Editor - Chandan Arora
  • Lyrics - Nitin Raikwar
  • Screenplay - Rajat Mukherjee
  • Choreographer - Ganesh Hegde, Umesh Jadhav
  • Action Director - Amin Gani
  • Art Director - Sameer Chanda
  • Costume Designers - Nakul Sen, Shahid Amir
  • Publicity Design - Endeavour
  • Visual Effects - Soloman
  • Assistants to Action Director - Bala, Usman
  • Assistants to Art Director - Firoz, Mrinal Das, Sunil Nigvekar
  • Assistant Cinematographers - Mahendra Jedhe, Suresh P. Shetty
  • Assistant Director - Siddharth Tiwari
  • Assistant Editor - Amit Parmar
  • Hair Stylist - Sharada
  • Laboratory - Adlabs
  • Make-Up - Eknath, Ojas M. Rajani, Prakash Purohit, Shaida
  • Operative Cameraman - Kamal Tack
  • Still Photographer - Suresh Natrajan
  • Production Controller - Siraj Kasmani
  • Re-recordist - Anup Dev, Murali
  • Soundtrack

    The music and background score was composed by Sandeep Chowta. The film's soundtrack was one of the most successful to come out from that year. "Kambhkht Ishq" and the title track became a rage among the youth. "Kambhkht Ishq" took its entire musical structure from the Afro Celt Sound System song "Eireann" without any credit to them.

    Reviews

    The film received mixed to positive reviews with Matondkar's performance being praised the most. Taran Adarsh from Bollywood Hungama wrote "the 'actual hero' of the film is definitely Urmila Matondkar, who will walk away with all laurels at the end of the day. Her career-best performance, she oozes intensity, love, hate, relentlessness and obsessive behaviour with perfection. And despite the fact that her character gets nuttier as the movie tags along, it is to Urmila's credit that we are able to feel for her pathetic persona.

    Planet Bollywood wrote "Performances by the cast were all first rate. Fardeen does a great job in the film. He has a confident screen presence, and he is overcoming is anglicized accent well. His emotional scenes still need a little work, but otherwise he is very good here. Sonali Kulkarni also does a competent job. Geeta isn't a complex character but she is very insecure, yet understanding. Sonali does a great job in bringing her emotional issues across well on screen and makes Geeta an extremely convincing character. The star of the show is Urmila who is simply mind blowing in this film. The film is sure to get her nominated for best actress or even in some cases best villain. Not only does she look amazing, but she acts so well it will leave you speechless. If you hate everything else in the film, her performance will surely win you over! Her last two scenes in the film are simply breath taking. Ladies and gentlemen stand up and applaud this fantastic performance!

    Apunka Choice Wrote "Urmila grooves in perfectly as Riya. She convincingly portrays erratic moods of a person. He bubbly buoyancy will not go unnoticed. Particularly laudable is her depiction of two different shades of a same person. First, as vulnerable as any other girl and later a suicidal, she-of-the-killer-instinct, a la Glen Close in Hollywood hit Fatal Attraction, Urmila gives a power-packed performance."

    Matondkar was nominated at several award functions for her portrayal of Ria Jaiswal.

    References

    Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya Wikipedia
    Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya IMDb Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya themoviedb.org


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