All those who are sick and tired of the tepid Nora Ephron type of â€˜romantic comedies’ that Hollywood keeps churning out, need to see Raja Hindustani.This is a movie not afraid of great feelings and great gestures, a movie not about love and romance, but about Love and Romance.Raja Hindustani directed by Dharmesh Darshan became a box office hit.Its theme is similar to the 1960s hit Jab Jab Phool Khile starring Nanda and Shashi Kapoor.
Cast: Aamir Khan, Karisma Kapoor, Suresh Oberoi
Raja (Aamir Khan) is a poor man who lives in India. While Aarti (Karisma Kapoor), lives with her Wealthy dad Mr. Sehgal (Suresh Oberoi) and her step-mother Shalini (Archana Puran Singh), who is very cruel, in a palatial home. Aarti, getting bored at home decides to go on a small vacation to a small hill station named Palankhet in the country area, where her parents had met for the first time.
On her journey to that area she however meets with Raja who is the chauffeur of the taxi that she hires. After a brief interval between the two, they fall in love with each other. When Aarti’s father learns of the relationship between the two he opposed of there marriage but the two is very stubborn and get married without Mr. Sehgal’s blessings.
However, Mr. Sehgal forgives his daughter, and invites both newlyweds to his palatial home, unknown to the two that it is a conspiracy by her father, step-mother and step-cousin to create a rift in there relationship by exploiting the boy’s jealous, short tempered nature and also to usurp the family’s wealth