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Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke

1993 163’ col/scope Hindi d Mahesh Bhatt pc TV Films/Tahir? Hussein Enterprises p Tahir Hussein co-st/co-sc/dial Robin Bhatt co-st Sujit Sen co-sc Aamir Khan lyr Sameer c Pravin Bhatt m Nadeem-Shravan, Shyam Surender lp Aamir Khan, Juhi Chawla, Mushtaq Khan, K.D. Chandran, Tiku Talsania, Javed Khan, Navneet Nishan, Dalip Tahil, Baby Ashrafa, Robin Bhatt, Veeru Krishna, Master Shahrokh, Kunal, Kammu

Rahul Malhotra (Khan) abandons his studies to become the guardian of his sister’s three orphaned, but mischievous and undisciplined, children and to manage the family factory. The factory is in debt to the film’s villain, the Sindhi businessman Bijlani (Tahil), whose daughter Maya (Nishan) loves Rahul. Unknown to Rahul, the children offer shelter to Vaidehi (Chawla), who has run away from her authoritarian and caste-conscious father Iyer (Chandran). Rahul hires her as a governess and falls in love with her. Maya’s plot to exploit her father’s control over Rahul’s business to blackmail him into marrying her, fails when the children claim that Vaidehi is in fact their ‘mother’. In the end, Bijlani’s revenge, as he tries to have Rahul’s house auctioned, is intercut with Rahul’s effort to defeat some gangsters and deliver the factory goods that will enable him to pay off Bijlani. The low-budget ‘family movie’ was the unexpected hit of the year and reports circulated that Khan, who shares a script credit, had in fact directed the film which was produced by his family concern.

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