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  1. ?Kal Ho Naa Ho? was released in 2003 and immediately became a hit in India and abroad As ?Kal Ho Naa Ho? completed 14 years on Tuesday, Karan Johar, who wrote the story and screenplay of the Bollywood hit, took to Twitter to express his emotions connected with it. ?#14YearsOfKalHoNaHo ....a film that i will always strongly associate with my father....a memory that is both heartbreaking and yet full of heart....and that title song is my strength Mantra for life....? he tweeted. The film, which stars Shah Rukh Khan, Preity Zinta and Saif Ali Khan in lead roles, was a huge commercial success when it released in 2003. It was the second highest-grossing film domestically, and the highest-grossing film in overseas and worldwide collections that year. Niranjan Iyengar wrote the dialogues, while Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy composed the music and Javed Akhtar wrote the lyrics. In his autobiography, ?An Unsuitable Boy?, Karan Johar expressed his regret at not directing the film himself. A scene from 'Kal Ho Naa Ho' Did you know? -- Kareena Kapoor was initially the first choice for Naina. After she refused due to differences over her fees, Preity Zinta was the immediate next choice. -- Salman Khan refused to play Rohit in ?Kal Ho Naa Ho?. The role was then given to Saif Ali Khan. -- It was the last film to be produced by Yash Johar before his death on June 26, 2004. -- Karan Johar complied with international copyright laws and bought the license to the rights to Roy Orbison's Pretty Woman to use it in the film.
  2. It's been 14 years since we were introduced to Aman, Rohit, and Naina in Nikkhil Advani's eternally watchable 'Kal Ho Naa Ho'. But, if you like me, are a fan of the film, it might just feel like yesterday. 'Kal Ho Naa Ho' was the closest a Karan Johar production got to in depicting a middle-class family instead of the usual wealthy Raichands. The film stood out for introducing us to Saif Ali Khan in (romantic) top form, making us fall in love with the New York way of life as much as with Sweetu's adorable dating woes. It reminded us why Shah Rukh Khan is considered the 'King of Romance', besides mainstreaming the idea of a chashmish heroine. © Dharma Productions To start with, 'Kal Ho Naa Ho's magic lay in the fact that it was one of the cleverest love-triangles Bollywood had in years. Think about all the love triangles we've grown up with; they've all been guilty of pitting the two potential romantic options afforded to the heroine against each other. In doing so, they made the choice very easy for us. Take 'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai' for example. What did we know about Salman Khan's Aman, except for the fact that he wasn't the one for Anjali? In our heads, we were so invested in watching Rahul and Anjali together, that we didn't even pause to think of Aman as an able contender. It was a similar case with Anjali, when Rahul was madly in love with Tina. Tina was shown as the girl more worthy of being Rahul's one true love, not Anjali. In fact, in 'Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam', even though Aishwarya's Nandini ended up with Vanraj, it was actually Sameer's heroism and perfectness that stayed with us. We've all imagined deep down in our hearts an alternate ending to the film, where Nandini and Sameer are together, haven't we? Even 'Dil Toh Pagal Hai' has been complicit in displaying this one sided love to the “chosen one”. But not 'Kal Ho Naa Ho'. Kal Ho Naa Ho is what happens when the two romantic leads in a love-triangle are given equal footing. Throughout the film, it was well-nigh impossible to blindly be either #TeamRohit or #TeamAman, mostly because both the teams were pretty damn perfect. Naina loved Aman, and so did he. He was everything a girl could ask for: thoughtful, loving, and quick to bring a laugh on anyone's face, especially on the face of the girl who needed it the most: Naina. It's apt that in the film, we first meet Aman when Jenny, Naina, Shiv, and Gia are shown praying for a miracle, desperately in need of an angel. Aman is the literal angel in Naina and her family's life; even reviving Jenny's restaurant business. (The Baar Baar Haan sequence is a standout) But that didn't mean Rohit was any less. © Dharma Productions Saif Ali Khan's Rohit was the greatest friend anyone could have. When Naina confided in him that she was in love with Aman, he put Naina's feelings before his own needs without the blink of an eye. The pain of not having someone he loved immensely love him back was conspicuous from his face, but for Rohit what mattered more was the fact that his best friend was happy. It could be argued that his momentary sacrifice was much tamer than Aman's share-- considering he was literally dying--but Rohit's selfless gesture had a charming quietness about it. Even later, when Naina ends up choosing Rohit, he remains grateful; both for Aman's friendship, and Naina's trust and the love for him. No amount of re-watches of 'Kal Ho Naa Ho' can make the saddening beauty of the “little black diary scene” any less evocative. It's a scene where Aman is the star; one where he gets to live his secret desire of expressing just how much he loves Naina. It's a scene that I'm sure has made the coldest of hearts melt, not only because of SRK's complete acting prowess but also due to Rohit's honesty. Even though he wants Naina, he can't help but feel bad because that's the kind of man Rohit is. Who wouldn't want him as a partner? The film's beauty as a modern Bollywood love-triangle then lay in the fact that it built both the heroes up to such an extent that either of them could be the perfect choice for Naina. It's a cruel but effective reminder in the fact that sometimes who we end up with is a result of the circumstances, rather than who we are in love with. It makes you introspect, forget what every other Bollywood love-triangle has imbibed in you, and asks: What happens when both your options are as good as each other? It's definitely the cleverest love-triangle we've had in a long, long time. © Dharma Productions It also helps that the film is made up of some of the most fascinating supporting characters: From Gia, Naina's singing superstar grandmother to Kantaben, Sweetu and Rajpal Yadav's groom act, every character has a different set of quirk to them, and add so much flavour to the film. In fact, it is Rohit's parents who steal the limelight in their customised, cringey G-U-J-J-U song. The fact that most of us still remember scenes from the film vividly is proof of how successful the legacy of 'Kal Ho Naa Ho' is. No matter how great the storyline was, it'd be remiss to not talk about the soundtrack. If Mahi Ve taught us to dance, then Pretty Woman made us smile. If Kuch Toh Hua Hai succeeded in depicting and making us feel the beauty of the entire process of falling in love, then the title track of 'Kal Ho Naa Ho' made us promise to make the most out of life's every moment. It's only fitting that we thank 'Kal Ho Naa Ho' for having the gall to take up the issue of homosexuality and infidelity at a time when most films shied away from talking about these things, for making us love Aman and Rohit in equal measure, for giving us a heroine who was independent and smart, and for being a film we can turn to on any given day.
  3. Call yourself the biggest Shah Rukh Khan fan? Well, 'Kal Ho Naa Ho' better be your Bible then. This quiz is going to make your hands rattle like Kantaben’s !
  4. ‘Kal Ho Naa Ho’ was the best film ever in the history of films. Period. Chances are, you’ve already spent at least 2 years of your life watching this film over and over again just for the ‘galat har’ scenes. To copy the hook steps. Or just to hear Saif Ali Khan crack the “mere paas do doggie hain”. And definitely to watch Kanta ben throw this hilarious fit. Much recently, also to make hilarious GIFs that suit every situation in life. Alright then. The case has been made. It’s been 13 years since the film released. 13 years is a LONG time. And these then and now pictures of the cast of ‘Kal Ho Naa Ho’ will give you major, major nostalgia. 1. Aman Mathur So, this is what Aman would have looked like today if he survived that terminal illness. 2. Naina Catherine Kapur Spare me for repeating a joke from the internet but, Aman didn’t leave you 13 years ago Naina, so you could marry that American. 3. Rohit Patel Hand him the award for the most striking makeover ever already, someone. 4. Jennifer Kapur Nobody else but Jaya Bachchan could have done justice to those high octane emotional scenes. And this is what she looks like now! 5. Lajjo Sushma Seth has actually grown younger, it seems! 6. Aman’s Mom Remember Reema Lagoo? The understanding mother everyone wished they had? 7. Gia Jhanak Shukla is all grown up now and this REALLY makes me feel old. 8. Shiv Athit Naik seems way too attached to those glasses even today! 9. Jaswinder a.k.a. Jazz Still quite the seductress, Lilette Dubey proves age is just a number. 10. Sweetu The best character in the film, Delnaaz’s Sweetu was all of us as the binge-eating, lazy idiot who falls for the most stupid people! 11. Sarlaben Patel Ketaki Dave’s iconic G U J J U needs to played at clubs, seriously. 12. Karsanbhai Patel Satish Shah, the man who made us laugh in almost every family movie back in the day, has now grown really old and we don’t know how to feel about it. 13. Kantaben With just a couple of scenes, Sulbha Arya literally stole the show in ‘Kal Ho Naa Ho’ with her homophobic act. Even 13 years later, her scenes never fail to make us laugh our guts out! 14. Camilia Simone Singh’s surely aged well. 15. Geeta Now the biggest stylist and costume designer in Bollywood, Anaita Shroff Adjania played a single mom in ‘Kal Ho Naa Ho’. Yeah, the same Geeta ‘jiske do gande gande bachche hain’. She sure has found her true calling with time. 16. Frankie / Ramdayal Who knew the butt of all jokes from the film, Dheepesh Bhatt aka Shivoham would grow up to become a crossfitter? Why isn’t it okay to watch films at work, again?
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