DIL TOH DEEWANA HAI is the debut film of Aamir Khan's brother Haider Khan. It explores the changing mentality of the new generation, their attitude towards family values, traditions and the requirements of a bridge that can hold them between ethics and modern culture. In this movie Yesteryear leading heroine ZeenatAman and hero Raj Babbar are back together after a gap of 30 years. Zeenat plays mother to Haider Khan and Raj Babbar plays father to sizzling southern actress Sada.
The entire film shoot is done in Malaysia famous for its panoramic view and a treat to the eye. The film is produced by Mr. Deepak Sharma & Aradhana Sharma who initiated Media Entertainment Business in the year 2012.The film has comedy, family values, musical and melodrama and is for teenage viewers.
The film is directed by Raja Bundela with star cast HaiderKhan ,Sada , ZeenatAman ,Raj Babbar and AlokNath.
DIL TOH DEEWANA HAI
It's All About The love of a family is life's greatest blessing
Many a time people tend to hold on to a beautiful past that has gone by never to return, often missing out on the exciting present. Trust, and he'll tell you how he almost lost his love thanks to a haunting past.
Not of himself though, but of the woman he loved.
Raja (Haider Khan) is a simple hearted guy who always had a dream that he would fall in love and the girl would love him back. While this would look like a very regular dream for any normal person, with Raja the case was slightly different. Raja has been a guy who's always remained as a 'good friend' to most girls, that is, if they have not already beaten him up!
Living in Malaysia, far away from his homeland and being brought up by his single mother (Zeenat Aman), he's always been the shy types, never to open his heart out or to speak up for him. His best friends Salim and Harry on the other hand are 'over smart', who forever give him flop ideas to approach girls and how to win their attention. And when nothing works out, a pint of beer is enough to soothe their bruised egos (and faces).
One fine day, while travelling in the tube, Raja sees a girl standing dangerously close to the exit door. As he tries to take a closer look, he realizes that the girl is probably drunk and not in her sane senses. Being a gentleman, he approaches her to help. But the girl falls all over him calling him her lover, shouting at him for having left her alone and then demanding to be taken home with him. Saying this, she vomits on him and passes out leaving Raja to face the weird glances by his fellow passengers. Having no other option, Raja carries the girl with him to safety.
This is how Raja meets the girl of his dreams, Anamika. She is the daughter of one of the richest men in Malaysia (Raj Babbar), and is really spoilt brat. But slowly as Raja and Anamika start bumping into each other on various occasions and then meeting up regularly, Raja realizes she's not really a spoilt brat. She is someone, just like him, searching for love and being loved. But where Raja is an introvert, she likes to give a piece of her mind around and with poise.
The days pass and Raja gets more and more hooked on to her. He has to somehow express his love to her, without getting beaten up. One day, he gathers courage and goes and tells her everything that he feels for her. But here Raja's life takes a totally different turn and he's left on the thresholds of life. He is posed with a question, the answer to which would carve out the future of Raja and Anamika.
What exactly was Anamika reply that would change Raja's life forever? This contemporary love story is not just about Raja and Anamika, but also highlights the life of today's youth no matter in what country they reside, or which social strata they come from. With a lot of people migrating away from their roots, their next generation is even farther from the traditional values and culture. While the first generation still tries to imbibe them with traditional values, the exposure to the outerworld with different value systems often tends to confuse the youngsters and they are left fending for answers with regards to love, values, career and life itself.
This film isn't just for the youth really, but also for those people, who might have thought that they would give a better life to their children by earning more money and shifting to a better place, maybe even a different country. But are they really giving their children the better life' they hoped for?