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Hum…Dil De Chuke Sanam 7 Unknown Facts

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1.     The story  of  a  man who won’t consummate  his marriage with his bride  and would rather  finds  his wife’s lover  whom she  can’t stop loving  even after  marriage to another man . had echoes  of  Mani Ratnam’s Moun Ragam. But the  story and  treatment were  completely different.

2.     Salman  Khan and  Aishwarya Rai met and  fell in love  on the sets  of this  film. Their  real-life bonding made their  romantic scenes look  undeniably authentic .It was  very difficult  to say where  Salman and Aishwarya ended and Sameer  and  Nandini began. Salman played Sameer a  visiting student  from Italy who comes to India to learn  music  from Nandini father played  by the  awe-inspiring  Vikram  Gohkale.

3.     The film became  one  of  the  top grossers of  1999 sharing boxoffice benefits  with  Sooraj Barjatya’s Hum Saath Saath Hai. This too starred Salman Khan.Salman  was  extremely close  to both the  directors  . He had a  fall-out with Bhansali  some  years ago.

4.     Salman  was  not happy with  the ending of  Hum …Dil De Chuke Sanam. He thought Aishwarya’s  character  should  come away with  him at the end. And not go back to her   husband  played by Ajay Devgan. To convince  Bhansali Sanjay brought Barjatya for a meeting.Bhansali heard Barjatya out. And  stuck to his  ending.

5.     Salman and his foster-mother Helen reunited for the second time on screen.  In Bhansali’s  debut film Khamoshi: The Musical  Helen  had no scenes with Salman Khan. In Hum  Dil… she  played his mother for the  first and last time.Thereafter they decided to not come together  again

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6.     In  the film Salman’s hometown is   supposed to be  in Italy. However  the  producers  couldn’t afford  to shoot in Italy. So Prague masqueraded as an Italian town   since the landscape in both countries are similar.

7.     Aishwarya Rai’s look in the second-half  was  modeled on  Vyjanthimala in Raj Kapoor’s Sangam where , it may be recalled, the  wife takes  off on a honeymoon and her lover  follows  the couple to their  honeymoon  destination. Here  the newly married couple pretends go on its  honeymoon and searches  for her  lover.

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