In Swiss cinemas from April 30th
Cinedrome brings you the new Shahrukh Khan blockbuster in the same week as it opens in India!
Main Hoon Na ("I'll be there for you") is the one of the most eagerly awaited Bollywood movies of 2004 as it features the most popular Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan (Devdas, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham). It's a true "masala" movie, a mixture of all the traditional values of Hindi Cinema: family, romance, comedy, action and many greatly choreographed songs. This is no wonder as Main Hoon Na is directed by choreographer Farah Khan (Dil Se, Monsoon Wedding, Andrew Lloyd Webbers' Bombay Dreams musical) and the music is composed by the great Anu Malik.
The impressive supporting
cast features Suniel Shetty,
former Miss India and Miss Universe 1994 Sushmita Sen,
the two dynamic and attractive young actors Zayed
Khan and Amrita Rao
and last but not least Naseeruddin
Shah, one of the most respected Indian character actors (star
of Monsoon Wedding
and the major Hollywood production The
League of Extraordinary Gentlemen).
He is on a secret mission: He's back to school – as a student!
In Main Hoon Na, Shahrukh
plays Major Ram Prasad Sharma who is responsible for the successful
completion of “Mission Milaap”. This ambitious project is aimed at
bridging the political gap between India and Pakistan and bringing
long-standing enmity between two countries to an end. However there
are those who will go to great lengths to prevent this and it would
appear that they are targeting Sanjana (Rao), the daughter of General
Amarjeet Bakshi. In order to keep an ever-present watch over Sanjana
and expose the enemy, Ram goes undercover at her school as a student,
despite appearing more like a teacher! Here fun, frolics and romance
help to conceal his much more serious intent. Not only that but, as
a patriotic and loyal son, he is determined to carry out his father's
(Shah) last wish, the fulfillment of which lies in the very same school.
This task is also no easy matter, as it involves intense emotions
and long-standing misunderstandings...
Please don't buy pirated VHS tapes, VCDs or DVDs of Bollywood movies. The picture and sound quality of those copies (even the pirated DVDs) are often awful. Only buy the official DVDs to support future distribution of Bollywood films in Switzerland and the production of good quality Bollywood films and DVDs. Original Bollywood-DVDs are generally shrink-wrapped and have a hologram sticker on the front cover.