Lamhe (1991)

Hindi 3 hrs 7 mins Romance, Drama, Musical
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Total Reviews: 8
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Review Summary: An iconic film, way ahead of its time, 'Lamhe' explores the forbidden nature of love. A Yash Chopra classic!

Average Critic Rating: (3.75)
Cast: Sridevi , Anil Kapoor , Anupam Kher , Waheeda Rehman
Director: Yash Chopra
Release Date: 22 Nov 1991
Est. Budget: 6.0 CR
Est. Box Office Collection: 7.0 CR

Plot: Virendra 'Viren' Pratap Singh ( Anil Kapoor ) travels to Rajasthan with his governess, affectionately called Dai Jaa ( Waheeda Rehman ). He meets the beautiful Pallavi ( Sridevi ) and falls in love with her. However, she happens to be older than he is, though this does not bother Read more

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Lamhe - All Reviews

Lamhe is another 1990s classic romance by Yash Chopra and Yash Raj Films. This was followed by his son’s directional debut in Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge , several hit productions (but not directions), including Aaina and Yeh Dillagi , and his own product
Avinash Ramchandani, Planet Bollywood
For once, we think Anil Kapoor was miscast. That is, his performance is fine (if subdued to the point that we wondered if he was on Valium) but he's both too old to play the fresh-faced youth Viren and too young to play the aging, gray-sideburned Viren.
Yash Chopra at his best
Full 2 Faltu
A Love Story Way Ahead Of Its Time
Shah Shahid, Blank Page Beat Down
Lamhe is one of those films that stand witness how little the box office results tell when it comes to the quality of the film. A film to cherish. And the best film of an iconic director.
Although, Lamhe wasn’t much of a success initially, it later went on to become a classic Bollywood film and has won many accolades!
Esha Khanna, Maps of India
Today, however, Lamhe is a cult classic, and it’s another fine example of Chopra’s romantic expertise.
Ekta R. Garg, The Bollywood Ticket
As it happens, I do not hate Lamhe. But I do not particularly like it, either. I suppose that in its time - coming as it did in such a dire and violent era for Hindi films - it was refreshing, different, exciting.
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