Kaun Hai Jo Sapno Mein Aaya Full Movie Hd 1080p 16
Kaun Hai Jo Sapno Mein Aaya Full Movie Hd 1080p 16
Kaun Hai Jo Sapno Mein Aaya is a 2004 Hindi romantic musical film directed by Rajesh Bhatt and starring Raqesh Bapat and Richa Pallod in the lead roles. The film is a remake of the 1998 Malayalam film Summer in Bethlehem, which was also remade in Tamil as Yaradi Nee Mohini in 2008. The film was produced by Mehmood Ali and released on January 2004 in India.
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The film revolves around Sunny Khanna (Raqesh Bapat), a struggling Indian actor who lives in Britain with his large family. His father Kuldeep (Kader Khan) is a wealthy businessman who wants Sunny to marry his friend's daughter Sweety (Reshmee Doolub). Sunny, however, is not interested in Sweety and wants to pursue his acting career. One day, Kuldeep's friend Dr. Verma (Anupam Kher) asks him to host his niece Mahek (Richa Pallod) for a month until he attends a conference in the U.S. Kuldeep agrees and Mahek arrives at the Khanna household.
Mahek soon wins the hearts of everyone in the family with her charm and kindness. She helps Sunny with his acting career, teaches the women of the house to respect their elders, and helps Kuldeep's son Jash (Vimal) cope with the loss of his wife and son in an accident. Sunny falls in love with Mahek, but she rejects him when he confesses his feelings. The reason behind her rejection is revealed when Sunny's grandmother passes away and leaves a letter for him. The letter reveals that Mahek is actually Sunny's cousin, as Kuldeep and Dr. Verma are brothers who had a fallout years ago. Mahek knew about this truth from the beginning and came to the Khanna house to reunite the brothers. Sunny is heartbroken by this revelation and decides to marry Sweety as per his father's wish.
On the day of the wedding, however, Dr. Verma arrives and tells everyone that Mahek is not his niece, but his adopted daughter. He had lied to Mahek about her parentage to make her agree to his plan of reconciling with Kuldeep. He also reveals that he has found Mahek's biological parents, who are none other than Jash and his deceased wife. Mahek was their daughter who survived the accident that killed them, but was separated from them due to a mix-up at the hospital. Dr. Verma had adopted her and raised her as his own. He apologizes to Mahek for deceiving her and asks her to forgive him.
Mahek is shocked and happy to learn that she is Jash's daughter and Kuldeep's granddaughter. She also realizes that she loves Sunny and does not want to lose him. She runs to the wedding venue and stops Sunny from marrying Sweety. She confesses her love to him and tells him that they are not related by blood. Sunny is overjoyed and hugs her. Kuldeep and Dr. Verma also hug each other and reconcile their differences. The film ends with Sunny and Mahek getting married with the blessings of their family.
Kaun Hai Jo Sapno Mein Aaya is a typical Bollywood romance with melodrama, comedy, songs, and family values. The film has a predictable plot that borrows heavily from its original Malayalam version, which was itself inspired by the Hollywood film While You Were Sleeping (1995). The film does not offer anything new or innovative in terms of story or execution.
The film's strength lies in its music, composed by Nikhil-Vinay, with lyrics by Sameer. The songs are melodious and catchy, especially the title track "Kaun Hai Jo Sapno Mein Aaya", sung by Udit Narayan and Anuradha Paudwal. The song was also used in the 1968 film Jhuk Gaya Aasman, starring Rajendra Kumar and Saira Banu. The song was originally composed by Shankar-Jaikishan and sung by Mohammad Rafi. The film also features other popular songs like "Dupatta Sarak Raha Hai", "Agar Dil Kahe Ki", and "Mera Sona Sajan Ghar Aaya".
The film's weakness lies in its direction, screenplay, and performances. The film is poorly directed by Rajesh Bhatt, who fails to create any impact or emotion with his scenes. The film is also poorly edited, with many unnecessary and repetitive scenes. The film's screenplay, written by Mehmood Ali, is full of clichés, loopholes, and illogical twists. The film's dialogues are cheesy and corny, with lines like "I love you more than my life" and "You are my dream come true".
The film's performances are also mediocre and unconvincing. Raqesh Bapat, who made his debut with this film, is wooden and expressionless as Sunny. He does not have any screen presence or charisma to carry the film. Richa Pallod, who had earlier acted in films like Kuch Tum Kaho Kuch Hum Kahein (2002) and Nee Manasu Naaku Telusu (2003), is pretty and charming as Mahek, but does not have much scope to showcase her acting skills. She is reduced to a typical Bollywood heroine who sings, dances, cries, and smiles on cue. The film's supporting cast, which includes veterans like Anupam Kher, Kader Khan, Zohra Sehgal, and Saeed Jaffrey, are wasted in their roles. They are either over-the-top or under-utilized in their scenes.
Kaun Hai Jo Sapno Mein Aaya is a forgettable and outdated film that does not offer anything new or exciting to the viewers. The film is a poor remake of a better film that was itself inspired by a better film. The film's only saving grace is its music, which is pleasant and soothing to the ears. The film is not worth watching in HD 1080p or any other resolution.