Today’s second post is Maine Pyar Kiya (1989) – A Complete Analysis. Maine Pyar Kiya (1989) is a romantic movie and involves how the male protagonist struggles to get approved by his beloved’s father, as his daughter’s groom.
Maine Pyar Kiya (1989) – A Complete Analysis
- First of all, the whole basis of the movie’s plot is wrong. A father will never leave his minor daughter with a family where there is a boy.
- It is difficult to have a platonic relationship between a girl and a boy. I don’t mean it is not possible. It is difficult but not impossible. Prem (Salman Khan) and Suman (Bhagyashree) start their relationship as friends and end up as beloveds.
- Homing pigeons can take messages for long distances. But, they can take it from places where they are brought up and kept. The pigeon in this movie appears when Suman is unable to send a message to Prem. It takes the letter to a place where it has perhaps never gone before. So, Kabootar ja ja ja… has no meaning.
- It is difficult for a decent girl to express her feelings to the one she loves. Many girls today speak about it openly. I don’t mean that these girls are not decent. But, some girls take time to open up. Suman’s is also a similar case.
- Which father would let his daughter marry the boy, whose father had insulted her?
- Music by Raam-Lakshman and lyrics by Dev Kohli and Asad Bhopali are good. 10 songs are good enough for the length of the movie.