Shah Rukh Khan has always entertained us with several movies, and one of the best movies of SRK in his career is KAL HO NAA HO, which touched our heart chords.
Directed by Nikhil Advani and produced by Karan Johar, KAL HO NAA HO is one remarkable film, which also shaped Saif Ali Khan and Preity Zinta’s careers.
The chartbusting songs were soulful, and the dialogues swayed our hearts.
As the film completes 14 years today, on a lighter note we bring you few junctures of the film that will give you tears of joy.
KAL HO NA HO is a love triangle wherein Aman loves Naina and Naina too loves him and Rohit loves Naina. Even though Aman loves Naina he can’t confess him as he is about to die as he has an incurable heart disease. There are some instances in the film which make you go LOL how can a heart patient do this.
- For instance, running to meet his lady love on the Brooklyn Bridge in New York with one hand on his chest and giving those funny facial expressions.
- If this wasn’t enough, whenever SRK would be on hospital bed he would make some poignant yet funny expressions as if he doesn’t know how to act.
- Although Rohit and Naina were MBA students in New York they would discuss everything under the sun but their curriculum we don’t even know which stream were they
- Naina the motherly, confused single girl who took life differently was more annoying than Aman.
- Rohit and Aman would only talk about Naina and their MBA skills were used in ‘6 din ladki in’ concept.. an essential topic in marketing skills!
- Aman’s way too happy yet sad dialogues… ‘Haso Jeeyo Muskuraoo Kya Pata Kal Ho Na Ho’…. would make you smile despite the merry-go round in the film.
- If these were some spirited moments in the film, there were some light moments as well, like Sweeto (Delnaaz Irani) and Frankey’s love story.
- The Chadha’s love story, the Gujju dance, Rohit’s parents dialogues and not to forget… the epic scene of Kanta bai’s misunderstanding about Aman and Rohit’s
happy and gay moments, the funny and light moment was the cheering up factor in the rather sad movie.
Yes, the movie had a sad ending, but it did bring smile on our face and taught us come what may, live the moment, as you never know KAL HO NA HO…
Jokes apart, KAL HO NA HO was a sweet film and you will agree even now if it comes on TV we watch it and we laugh and cry as well.