Mann

Synopsis: Karan Dev Singh and Priya Verma are to get married to their respective partners but before this could happen Karan who is a flirt manages to meet with Priya on a cruise that hails from Singapore to India. They meet, fight, befriend each other and eventually fall in love fully well knowing that their life partners are waiting. When it is time for their departure they agree to go about their lives without communicating with each other and promises to meet after a year. When it is time for them to meet Priya meets with a road accident which prevents them from meeting.
Genre: Drama, Romance
Director(s): Indra Kumar
Production: Ultra
 
IMDB:
6.2
Year:
1999
160 min
449 Views


ln his speech today...

...our Prime Minister has

assured he people ha...

...no citizen will have

o go o sleep without food...

...and everybody will have

a home o live.

That's he end of he

main news today.

And now...some spicy news.

Lover-boy Mr. Dev Karan Singh...

...who has been linked o

many famous beauties...

...like Sushmia Rai, Madhuri

Tandon, Urmila Kapoor EC...

Mr. Dev Karan Singh has now

decided o IE he nuptial know.

And he girl is he only daughter

of lndia's famous industrials...

...Mr. Praaprai Singhania.

l's a maer of pride ha

Mr. Singhania is in he studio today.

It is true that your daughter are going

to married Mr. Dev?

Bu you are familiar with

his activities, aren' you

All ha is history.

Dev has changed now.

Because he is going o

become my son-in-law.

Even a his very moment, he is

finalizing a big international deal.

- Where?

- ln Singapore.

At the conclusion of the Asian

Cultural Festival here in Singapore...

...l request Mr. Wong to announce

the name of the winner.

Along with this award, you are also

being given this free ticket...

...for a trip from

Singapore to Bombay...

...on the ship belonging

to Sun Cruise.

We hope that this journey will

be your most memorable one.

You are most welcome,

Ms Priya Verma.

'Nobody has ever pushed

me in my entire lifetime.'

'Meeting you, l felt as if l am

a short, and you a draw-string.'

What a shameless fellow you are!

lnstead of apologizing,

you are reciting poetry!

Lt's you who has just

recited a poetry.

Tell me...when would you

become my queen?

Come with me.

What happened, my dear son?

- Congratulations, mother!

- Why?

You've found your

daughter-in-law today...

...and l've found the

girl of my dreams.

l am very happy today.

Why're you preferring a

...instead of a flight

which lasts only a few hours?

Because l want to.

Besides your mansion

and your car...

...even your clothes have

been mortgaged.

Your bank-balance is zero,

and you are heavily in debt.

Dev, You'd better mend your ways.

Get married to Singhania's

daughter and you will become rich!

Please stop your frivolity. Or else,

creditors will not spare us.

Cancel your trip on the ship.

Catch the flight to Bombay.

People are expecting you there.

l haven't said that l won't

marry Singhania's daughter.

But before marrying, l have

to seek grandma's blessings.

And no plane lands on the

island where grandma lives.

One can go there

only by ship.

l know.

But the father and daughter must be

waiting for you at the airport there.

There's a party tonight.

How will l face them?

Tell them that...

- You have forgotten me, Dev!

- How can l forget you?

My name is Deepa, not Meena.

Not a Sharma. l am Deepa Mehta.

Whether you are a

Sharma or a Mehta...

And l am in a mood

to get burnt now.

l've kept your luggage, madam.

This is hot!

l'll come for dinner.

l'll stay for breakfast.

And if you insist, l'll

have lunch with you.

How about tea with me?

That'd be fun!

Love on Dev. How about it?

l'm fooling today.

Sorry. Sister love Leena.

- Sister! How mean!

- How about tea?

- Your luggage, sir?

- Over there.

- What's your name?

- Rupesh Ghayal.

Well, here you are, Mr Ghayal.

The game must be

somewhere near!

l never knew that...

...the first class passenger is

accorded such hospitality!

You can call me Dev.

What the hell are you

doing in my cabin?!

Has anyone ever told you

you have such fascinating eyes?

Come over! Right away!

There's a thief in my soon!

What are you doing?!

No! Don't come near me!

Don't! Else l'll scream!

l'd rather you put this jacket on.

lf that towel slips, those

guys from the security....

...wouldn't know what to do.

And by God! l'd be

in raptures!

Where is the thief?!

l see! Under the covers!

He's the one! Throw him out!

This is my cabin!

- Excuse me. This cabin is mine.

- Mine!

One minute. l decide

whose cabin this is.

Which one of you in

Dev Karan Singh?

l am.

ln which case,

this cabin is yours.

Get out of the cover. Pack up

and move to your cabin.

Your cabin is on the

second floor. 21B.

You got the address wrong.

He's the one you apologise to.

Look mister...

- My mistake...

- You needn't apologise.

You can stay or

if you want to.

You can have the bed.

l'll make do with the sofa.

What do you mean?!

Sheep in my cabin?!

- We could share the sofa, you know.

- Don't touch me!

Darling, won't you

tell me your name?

Who the hell does he think he is?

So Dev has found a new girl!

And what a beauty!

My daughter-in-law!

Remember me?

l'm Popat's mother.

How about a drink?

l'm not your son's wife!

And l don't drink alcohol.

Slob!

Why has the lift stopped?

Uncle Cupid.

Uncle Cupid?

ls he the lift operator?

And not just in this ship.

He's taking care of elevators

all over the world!

And Cupid is trying to

pair us off.

We should get to know each other.

And lose oneselves in the warmth

of embrace.

l know who you are!

You're a conman! And you go for

those rich ones like Amita Singhania!

You're the confidence trickster.

What you have in mind

isn't what you speak.

What do l see in your eyes?

An ecstasy!

And the ecstasy will go

to your head.

Then it travel through

your blood stream...

And it will seize your entire being.

... Your every pore.

Listen to your heart, my love!

And set yourself free.

l feel like killing you even if it

means that l hang for it?

What are you doing?!

''ln you the star will see

the sheen they seek.''

''And thirsty shall see the colour

of the clouds in your tresses.''

''Let not that veil slip from your

shoulders.''

''See the aged beseech the

youth that is past.''

l don't wish to talk to drunks.

Dawn the drunk and who prefers

the wine to you!

You moron! Look what you've done!

Get out of here!

Don't you touch me! You savage!

What do you think of yourself?

l had heard about you. But now l

know for myself!

You're a scoundrel

of the first order!

You have no self-respect! And you

don't know how to respect others.

'Lt won't be repeated.'

'Forgive me. Please.'

Forgive me. Please?

l'm ashamed about what

happened last night.

Why are you telling me all this?

l don't want to talk to you.

The ambience you know.

l just got carried away.

And all that food... your dress

was ruined.

So l bought you this dress.

l don't want your dress.

Stop harassing me. Please!

Just take this dress.

l won't trouble you anymore.

Seven tonight, then.

Will it be your room, or mine?

What?

Seven tonight.

Will it be your room, or mine?

Seven tonight.

My room.

l shall be there.

As pretty as the moon!

As vibrant as the flower in blossom?

As beautiful as a poem!

Like marble sculpted to

our exquisite splendour.

The exquisite beauty

of the Taj Mahal?

- Nice poetry.

- Thank you.

You've practised it to

perfection on so many girls.

- With considerable success, l guess?

- That isn't generous.

l just coined it. One look at you,

and poetry flowed.

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