Synopsis: Viren (Anil Kapoor) comes to India, he is captivated by Pallavi (Sridevi). When he learns she's spoken for, he returns. When he gets the news of Pallavi and her husband dying and leaving their daughter Pooja (Sridevi) behind, Viren ensures she is taken care of. 20 years on, Viren comes back to India and sees Pooja - a spitting image of her mother. What follows is a life-changing turn of events.
Director(s): Yash Chopra
Production: Yash Raj Films
  5 wins.
187 min

''These moments, these memories,

l'll cherish for years to come''

''Should these seasons go away,

l'll complain''

''l'll remember these moments

for years to come''

''lf these seasons go away,

l'll complain''

Don't they suffer the heat, Daija?

Stop the car.

-Why Daija?

What are you doing?

Come. You also get down.

Get down.

But it's a desert!

- Bow to this land.

Bow? What for?

Because you're here

for the first time.

This is the threshhold

of your house.

Won't just folding my hands do?

The ground must be very hot.

Okay, okay, don't look like that.

l said, bow to it.

Sit down, sit down. There is no escape

from this.

You used to pine for this desert

out there?

This is not just a desert.

Just look around, it's full

of your family's legends

Legends don't have to bear the heat.

Else, they'd get a sun-stroke too!

Keep quiet.

Just see, they are sitting as though

this desert is air-conditioned!

What stuff are these

people made of?

They are made out of

the local soil.

They're as seasoned as

the tree above them.

Papa migrated before

l was born, else...

When this sun seasons you too

in a couple of days,...

and when it narrates to you the

unlimited legends of your ancestors...

you too will be happy.

After signing the papers,...

l'll catch the first flight

to London.

As you command.

Don't use that tone with me, please.

l feel as though you're scolding me!

l am scolding you!

Okay, l'll do my work,

bow to the land...

seek your permission,

then go away. Happy?

Forget all that for now.

Your talk has moved the

mansion itself to hug you!

Greetings - Greetings - Greetings

- Greetings - Come, Let's go.

His Lordship has

certainly grown up!

This is the caretaker

of this place. Mr. Tiwari.

What's all this farce?

- Tradition, son.

Your father went abroad, but your

parents' portraits hang here.

Parents don't have feet,

you see...

Can l remove this garland now?

Our neighbour, Mr. Thakur is here. -Okay.

Who is he?

He's not just a neighbour, but

a very good friend of your father.

When the world had deserted him,

this man stood firmly by him.

Don't just greet him casually,

but bow to him,...

and address him respectfully, come.

When kids grow, their place is not

at one's feet. lt's in one's heart.

l've come here after 18 years today.

Just to embrace you, son.

l don't commit a faux pas, did l?

No. You just reminded him

of your father.

And the proud local men and women

don't let their tears be seen.

Come, l'll show you your room.


''O dear clouds...''

''O dear clouds''

''Your heart is definitely yearning,

the way you're showering...''

''whom have you fallen

in love with?''

''O dear cloud...''

''My state is

somewhat like yours''

''Your state is

somewhat like theirs''

''Drench me in rains, O clouds''

''for someone has

uttered my name''

''O dear clouds...''

''O dear clouds''

''Tell us his name...

- No''

''Where does he live?''

''ls he a prince...?

Tell us''

''Spring has set in;

flowers blossom''

''Spring has set in;

flowers blossom''

''My friends say things that

make me blush; lower my gaze...''

''O dear clouds''

''Why am l longing?

Why is it raining?''

''Whom am l missing?''

''Why am l yearning...?''

What are you thinking of, son?

Of you.

Of me? l'm a thing of the past now.

Think of the days to come.

Don't avoid the issue.

You brought me to my home.

But surely you have a home too.

You haven't talked about it

till today.

Yes. And that's strange, isn't it?

l had totally forgotten.

You have reminded me that l too

had a home once.

but so much time has gone by...

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Honey Irani

Honey Irani (born 25 August 1955) is an Indian film actress and screenwriter, who works in Hindi cinema. more…

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