Yeh Jo Mohabbat Hai (2012) Up Coming

Karan Chaudhary: Aditya Samanta He is son of Mangal Choudhary a very rich hotelier. He and Karishma were born on the same day [Valentines Day] to two very rich warring families, but from their birth itself both have an unexplainable connection with each other.

Nazia Hussain: Karishma Rathore. She is daughter of Purshottam Rathore. Karan and Karishma fall in love with each other at first sight. She loves Karan but is not able to oppose her father.

Our background is set amongst a set of proud Indian families comprising of the Rathore and Choudhary who are both very wealthy hoteliers from Udaipur in Rajasthan. An unsolved murder of a family member, combined with business rivalry and the need to prove to each other their supremacy deepens the enmity. However, God has other plans. A girl (Karishma) is born to the Rathore family and a boy (Karan) to the Choudhary family. 23 years hence, unknown of their family backgrounds, they meet each other one summer in the romantic and breathtaking locales of Poland where the journey of love and togetherness begins….It’s a beautiful narration where emotions, drama, lilting music and passionate romance make a great comeback.

Cast & Crew
Banner
Aradhana Films
Status
Under Production
Release Date
3 Aug 2012
Genre
Romance
Producer
Ashim Samanta
Star Cast
Aditya Samanta…. Karan Chaudhary
Nazia Hussain…. Karishma Rathore
Mohnish Bahl
Rati Agnihotri
Farida Jalal
Mukesh Tiwari
Anuradha Patel
Preet Kaur Madan
Story / Writers
Ashim Samanta
Background Music
Sanjay Chowdhury
Choreographers
Raju Khan
Presenters
Shakti Films
Music Director
Anu Malik
Language
Hindi
Director
Shree Narayan Singh
Singers
Mohit Chauhan
Suzanne Dmello
Roopkumar Rathod
Shaan
Shreya Ghoshal
Neeraj Shreedhar
Anmol Malik
Sonu Nigam
Alisha Chinai
Lyricist
Anand Bakshi
Faiz Anwar
Kausar Munir
Anu Malik
Editor
Shree Narayan Singh
Cinematography
Fuwad Khan
Screenplay
Dileep Shukla
Dialogue
Dileep Shukla
Publicity Designers
Culture Brandz
Sound
Adil Ali
Music Company
Saregama-HMV

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Should AR Rahman judge Indian Idol 6?


If Sony officials have their way, Indian Idol 6 is going to be bigger than ever. The channel guys are sparing no effort in bringing AR Rahman on board as a judge on the show. Don’t fret, that doesn’t mean Anu Malik or Salim Suleiman will bow out. There is enough space for three music directors on the judges panel, with the pretty Sunidhi Chauhan joining them.

We can understand why the channelwallahs are desperate to get Rahman to agree. He will definitely bring some more credibility to a show which has until now failed to launch the careers of any of their winners. Rahman is known for discovering several talented singers, and with his support, the Idol can get a whole new career. This will, in turn, add credibility to the show. Rahman is also loved and respected by the public in a way very few musicians are and his presence will definitely increase the show’s ratings.

Yet, what will happen to that respect if he becomes a part of a reality show? It might enhance the show’s credibility but at the same time, make a dent in the image his fans have of him. Indian Idol is not a show about serious music. It is just another reality show which offers celebrity guests a platform to promote their films, has non-singers like Sanjay Dutt as celeb judges and has contestants singing Bollywood songs. Folk music, classical music and other more ‘pure’ forms of music are not given any prominence. While American Idol winners have become part of Hollywood, Indian Idol winners have failed to make their mark. While Rahman is, all said and done, a Bollywood music director, this show is not the kind you tend to associate him with. That’s one reason we are glad he is yet to say yes.

True, Indian Idol 6 is trying to revamp its image, by airing promos that feature only the voice of the contestants, and not their videos. In this season of the show, the focus has shifted from contestants being ‘complete performers’ to just being singers. It’s a good start but we doubt it will be enough to raise the show to a level that will match the stature of Rahman. What do you think?