When Love Calls


Drama / Family / Musical / Romance

IMDb Rating 7.3 10 10,404


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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Ibuk 10 / 10 / 10

Sooraj Barjatya's best movie

Maine Pyar Kiya came out at the time when multistarrers were the safest bet at the box office. Maine Pyar Kiya the highest grossing movies of 1989 and considering it had to contend with Yash Chopra's Chandni that is very good indeed. Salman Khan and Bhagyashree made their debut along with debutant director Sooray Barjatya. Bhagyashree went on to get married whilst Salman Khan went on to star in Sooraj Barjatya's Hum Aapke hain koun and Hum Saath Saath Hain. Most people may claim HAHK was Mr Barjatya's best movie but I find it ridiculously overrated, MPK was Mr Barjatya's finest hour. The story is as old as the hills but the way it is told is very sweet and you really feel for the lovers. The thing I love so much about MPK is the songs, each one is a masterpiece. Usually when I listen to a movie soundtrack I normally listen to a couple of songs and skip the rest but not the case with MPK, I can listen to the songs over and over again and never get bored. My favourites are Mere Rang ne or Kabootar Ja Ja. In fact I would go as far as calling MPK the best soundtrack of the 80's. MPK is one of those love stories I can watch over and over again and love it even more. A true 80's masterpiece.

Reviewed by chiku2se 10 / 10 / 10

Love Classic, A trend Setter

I remember watching this movie on 16th April 1990 the day after I finished my 9th grade final exams in India. I was in love with the movie and wished it happened with me. I watched this movie five times in theaters, seven times on the Video cassette I bought. I actually celebrated the anniversary of the movie by watching for the 12th time exactly a year after. During that time I remembered the duologue's of the entire movie from start to the end. The movie had a great impact on the manner love is depicted in Indian movies. It dispelled the concept of love at first sight. The director Suraj Barjatya beautifully showed the friendship slowly blossoming into love between the lead pair Prem (Salman Khan) and Suman (Bhagyashree), over the first half of the movie. The second half of the movie surprised the audiences when Prem shows his worth to the father of Suman (Alok Nath) to attain his love. Despite being a son of a millionaire and an MBA graduate he works in the rugged mountains of Northern India where Suman lived with her father. This was the first time in Hindi Cinema when true character of the love in Indian Culture was revealed; achieving the desired love with parents consent instead of eloping. The music given by Ram-Laxman was excellent. The background score of 'I Love You' was mesmerizing. The dance sequences of Jay Borade were very different from other Hindi movies, though most of them were borrowed form the Hollywood classic 'An American in Paris'. Bhagyashree was chaste and sweet. She got married and gave birth to a baby while the movie was under production. Her eyes were pouring love on the silver screen throughout the movie. Her girl next door mannerism spellbound the entire nation, young and old alike. Salman Khan also looked fresh and delightful in his second movie. (first one was 'Biwi Ho to aisi'). This was the first Hindi movie which gave a macho image to the lover boy. Sequences where Salman Khan workouts in front of Bhagyashree specially the one handed push-ups made him a youth icon among school and college students. The action sequences were also fabulous. The one in which Salman was bashed by an obvious stronger lorry driver looked quite realistic. The movie gave a huge boost to the career of Salman Khan. Though Bhagyashree decided to stay as a housewife breaking the heart of millions of her fans. Even today MPK stays as my most favorite movie.

Reviewed by ravigoteti 10 / 10 / 10

a wonderful movie, can watch it anytime

One of the better movies made in Hindi. Simple story but outstanding direction, acting by the two new comers, Salman khan and Bhagyashree. She is very pretty and looks traditional,that adds to her beauty. All other actors have done justice to their roles. Songs are great to watch and listen...a must for a Hindi movie fan. And yea...Maine pyar kiya and Hum Aapke hain koun, and DDLJ are in the same league, popular romantic flicks, watchable by everyone. It does have some comedy however and some sensible action (i mean..the regular fights). It became such a hit that it was re-made in English and Spanish. very neat film..must watch.

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