It is hard to find a really good Indian film, but this film constitutes as good, even really good.It creates a haunting feel right from the start, and the theme of ‘love never ends’ is carried throughout the film by this haunting feeling with the use of Chandni (the character), and music.Extremely visual images of Chandni are given to the viewer in the opening of the film as Chandni dances around in misty scenery.
These continues during the film with the use of the photographs that Rohit takes and are posted up on his wall, and through the songs that Rohit (with Chandni) and Lalit sing in the second half of the film; it is rare to find this type of usage of songs in Indian films. This film is really good and highly recommended because of the way that it establishes modes and memories, and later evokes them effectively. Well done.
Rohit Gupta belongs to a wealthy family. He meets with middle-classed Chandni and both fall in love with each other. Rohit and Chandni would like to get married, but Rohit’s mom is dead-set against the marriage at all costs. But Rohit and Chandni are determined to get married, if necessary live separately. Before this could happen, Rohit meets with an accident, is hospitalized, and loses control of both his legs. Under these new circumstances, he decides he cannot marry Chandni and be a burden on her, and so he refuses to marry her. Years later, Rohit gets better and returns home, and cannot wait to meet Chandni and re-kindle their love-life. When he does meet Chandni, he is shocked to find that she is engaged to another young man by the name of Lalit Khanna, and her marriage is to take place soon. Now Chandni must decide whether to go ahead with marriage to Lalit, or break it off and marry Rohit.