Hot Kareena Kapoor In Bikni Biography
Jeena Sirf Merre Liye is about childhood friends Karan (Tusshar Kapoor) and Pinky (Puja) (Kareena Kapoor). Pinky and her father come to a hill station every year during Pinky's school break. Pinky looks forward to coming here for one reason: Karan. They get separated after Puja's father (Vijayendra Ghatge), a tycoon, goes back to the city. Karan get adopted by a man also from the city. Puja's father sends her to his brother's house out of the country. Time passes and the two live with each other's memories. They try to find each other but are unable to.
Puja hears her watch (one she gave Karan before they parted) in many places but is unable to realize that Karan is the one. She writes out her childhood story to find Karan and comes across Seema (Mallika Sherawat). Seema has come across Karan and believes him to be her boyfriend. Puja later realizes that Karan is her childhood love, as does Seema. Seema goes to tell Karan. As he's going to find Puja he gets a call from his dad that his sister's wedding has been canceled. The reason was Puja's father; he didn't approve of Puja and Karan. Puja finds out about this and marries Karan in front of her father. He shoots Karan who survives. In the end they live happily ever after.
Tusshar Kapoor ... Karan Malhotra
Kareena Kapoor ... Puja (Pinky)
Mallika Sherawat ...Seema
Kader Khan ... Mahendra Malhotra
Vijayendra Ghatge ... Pooja's father
Himani Shivpuri ... Mrs. Malhotra
Alok Nath ... Mr. Khanna
# Title Singer(s)
1 "Allah Allah" Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik
2 "Jeena Sirf Mere Liye" Babul Supriyo, Alka Yagnik
3 "Tu Hai Sola" Abhijeet, Kavita Krishnamurthy
4 "Dupatta" Anuradha Sriram
5 "Kaash Ke Tujhse Main Kabhi Milta" K. K., Alka Yagnik
6 "Pyaar Maange" Babul Supriyo, Sunidhi Chauhan
7 "Ek baar to India" Alka Yagnik
External linksDirected by Talat Jani
Produced by Vashu Bhagnani
Written by Bolu Khan
Starring Tusshar Kapoor
Music by Nadeem-Shravan
Cinematography Johny Lal
Editing by Sanjay Verma
Release date(s) 20 November 2002
Language HindiPinky alias Pooja Malhotra (Kareena Kapoor) and Karan (Tusshar Kapoor) are childhood sweethearts. During this time they exchange vows that they will live for each other only...Pinky alias Pooja Malhotra (Kareena Kapoor) and Karan (Tusshar Kapoor) are childhood sweethearts. During this time they exchange vows that they will live for each other only. They separate shortly after but they do not forget their vows. Pooja frantically searches for her sweetheart, but to no avail. She finally decides to write her own story in a the form of a love story. This story turns out to be very popular, and Pooja does get to meet Karan, only to find out that he has a girlfriend by the name of Seema.An eternal love story – that will be forgotten even before the viewer reaches back home. Nadeem Shravan's timeless music – indeed takes less time for the viewer to reach the exit door with a painful song popping up every now and then. An extra 'r' in the title – justifying Kareena's overdone facial expressions, very very unnatural.
The movie starts with a very unappealing pair of obese kids swearing undying love and singing songs (in their age I was unable to recite even nursery rhymes). But then rich girl poor guy, so father fumes and love doesn't bloom. Years later – Enter Tusshar with a living-in-India, dancing-in-Paris song. Enter Kareena with a living-in-Paris, praising India song. Both are in search of each other. But why the hell do they insist on sticking to their childhood love, unseen for years. What if she would have turned into a tun-tun and he into a Gabbar singh? Post interval they meet and sing more songs. But daddy still ain't cool and fires shots. The highly clichéd bhagwan-ka-chamatkar end, where Tusshar gets back life appears most ridiculous. In between the story is also stuffed with several unconnected sub-plots, like a tight-pant veejay's (Mallika Sherawat) one-sided love affair, an angry old Alok Nath, a turban headed Satish 'Sardar' Shah(again) and a Kader Khan going philanthropic ways.
The story lacks freshness, direction lacks impact, Tusshar lacks Star looks, Kareena lacks acting ability and even the dupatta song lacks a dupatta. Also imagine, the title song is pictured in a disco.
Kareena's dressing sense is pathetic and in between she's also seen in a Saree. Yes, a Saree. The movie essentially bears a Mujhe Kuch Kehna Hai hangover, which is evident not only in it's cast and crew but also with those similar outdoor locations, song picturizations, Kareena's dupatta song and Tusshar roaming on hill tops with haver-sacked shoulders.
Finally Mujhe Yeh Kehna Hai, that miss it under all circumstances