Today’s second post Hum Aapke Hain Kaun (1994) – A Complete Analysis. Rajshri Productions and the cast and crew of Hum Aapke Hain Kaun (1994) are celebrating the 26th anniversary of the release of the movie, today. On this day, I would like to share a complete analysis of the movie. I have quite a few bones to pick with this movie. Some of my opinions, I have shared before, with the songs. Here are some more of it:
Hum Aapke Hain Kaun (1994) – A Complete Analysis
- The song on shoes has some vulgar overtones and is of little lyrical value. It is an indirect hint at something very dirty, given the fact that the movie was promoted as a decent family entertainer.
- The song on shoes immediately precedes the bidai or the farewell song. They have not shown the rituals of the wedding proper.
- Though the movie was considered to be a representative of cultural values, not all the wedding and other rituals are shown.
- The bond between Prem (Salman Khan) and his sister-in-law Pooja (Renuka Shahane) is presented in an ideal manner. This situation may or may not be present in real life.
- The song performed during the godbharayi ritual is also vulgar because it is expected to be a ladies-only function and Prem joins in it.
- There are enough songs for every situation (I mean situation and not ritual). But, I would have liked it more if they had created some folk dances. Other than Mayi ni Mayi… there are no folk dances in the movie.
- I believe that this movie looks like a video of a family’s celebrations and Madhuri Dixit imitates Sridevi. That seemed to be a crime and this will sound like another #MeToo. But, even I was trolled for putting my opinion across. I write what I see. Others are also welcome to share their opinion. Opinions are not restricted to journalists or writers, given the rise of social media. Have a look at this review.