Rani Mukerji talks about why Rahul fell for Tina and not Anjali in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai; points out sexism in Karan Johar’s film

Karan Johars Kuch Kuch Hota Hai is one of the most classic cult films that has made everyone fall in love with the unique story and plot. This movie turned out to be an epic love story with Rahul (Shah Rukh Khan), who was best friends with Anjali (Kajol), but got married to Tina (Rani Mukerji), who falls in love when he went to college. Anjali was a boy in college, but she fell in love with her best friend Rahul. Unfortunately, she could never tell him that she was wildly in love with him when he was attracted to Tina when she was prettier and hotter. But after Tina died, Rahul fell in love with Anjali, who completely turned into a saree-clad lady. Read also – review of Navarasa web series: Arvind Swami’s Project Agni is a mind-bender, Suriya’s guitar Kambi Mele Nidru pulls at your heartstrings, the rest is strictly average

In 2016, when director Karan celebrated the 20th anniversary of Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, he had said he would have made the film different today because of its sexism. He even agreed that it was wrong of him to think of such a narrative. “It was ridiculous of me to have done that. Shabana Azmi (actress) called me after she saw the movie and asked why it was that Anjali only found rejection when she had short hair and played basketball, and later when she was shown as a sari-wearing, feminine woman with long hair, she finds love. ” Read too – shocking! Pawan Kalyan fans were injured in a stampede at the Vakeel Saab trailer launch – watch video

Actress Rani Mukerji, who played the role of Tina in the film, was shown dead after giving birth to a girl. After realizing Anjali’s love for her husband, she told her daughter to reunite her with Rahul. In an exclusive interview with India.com, actress Rani was asked about the problematic plot of Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, she said she can not judge her character or the story. She even said she will always defend Rahul for doing what his heart says. Read also – Week that was south: Master takes a spectacular start in the box; Prabhas and Yash pose together at the Salaar Puja ceremony

“Falling in love is something very subjective for every person, and we can not judge a person for their choice because it is ultimately your heart. You can not direct your heart to do things that a certain person would feel is morally right or morally wrong.What may fall right out for you may be wrong for the other person.I think that given all the mistakes we all live with, we should not sit and judge others for what they do. “

For Rani, her character Tina was more than just a beautiful face. She said: “She was a kind that was very hard to get for him (Rahul), which resulted in him having the curiosity to go after her more. The fact that she sang ‘About Jai Jagdish Hare’ in college campus, while he thought she was born and raised in London … the fact that she’s so deeply rooted in her culture and that she’s so grounded – them and a lot of other things probably attracted Rahul to Tina too as a person.”

She added further, saying, “I do not want to categorize it as ‘he went after someone who looked good, and not after Anjali, who was more of a little boy.’ I do not want to make it as nonsensical as that, I want to say that there was a lot of depth in Tina’s character for someone like Rahul to have fallen for her … because at the end of it all, it was Tina who understood “The love that Rahul and Anjali had for each other. In return, she makes her daughter reunite the two. You know there that Tina had a lot of depth along with being a beautiful girl.”

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