Kal Ho Naa Ho

Kal Ho Naa Ho
Kal Ho Naa Ho

Film Details

Year

2003

Duration

186 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English / Hindi / Punjabi (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

All Naina ever hears is the sound of arguments. Living in New York in a half-Punjabi, half-Catholic household, the endless bickering of her mother, grandmother, and little brother and sister wears her down to the point where she gets no pleasure out of life at all. But that grim situation begins to improve when she meets a new man in her neighbourhood, Aman Mathur - an all-round good Samaritan who wants her to learn to enjoy things for a change. Slowly, Naina comes round to his way of thinking, in this energetic and entertaining mix of Hollywood and Bollywood.

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12 Classification

Contains moderate sex references.

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