Mohabbatein turns 20: Shah Rukh Khan gives perfect treat to fans as he shares voice message quoting Raj Aryan

As Mohabbatein completes 20 years of its theatrical release, Shah Rukh Khan takes his fans down the memory lane and shares a popular dialogue from the movie.
Mohabbatein turns 20: Shah Rukh Khan gives perfect treat to fans as he shares voice message quoting Raj Aryan
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Shah Rukh Khan has been ruling the industry for almost three decades now and he has given us several successful movies. During his reign on the silver screen, he has carved a niche for himself as the King of Romance. After all, he has taught the millions of fans how to romance. Amid all his romantic movies, Mohabbatein has been one of the most talked films as it brought together an incredible cast of SRK, Aishwarya Rai, Amitabh Bachchan and also marked the debut of Uday Chopra, Preeti Jhangiani, Kim Sharma and Shamita Shetty.

And while the movie has completed two decades of its release, SRK has come up with the best surprise for the fans. The superstar has shared an audio message on micro-blogging site Twitter wherein he is seen quoting the famous dialogue of his characters Raj Aryan ‘Pyaar Kaise Hota Hai’ from the movie. He captioned the audio message as, “Pyaar aise hota hai…saying the lines once again after 20 yrs, still remember how in a small studio had recorded the same with Adi breathing down my neck & Yashji loving it. Sudden nostalgia.”

Take a look at the Shah Rukh’s treat for fans as Mohabbatein turns 20:

Meanwhile, Amitabh Bachchan had also penned a special note for the movie on social media and wrote, “Parampara, Pratishtha, Anushasan .. Mohabbatein is special for many reasons .. 20 years of this beautiful love story, a roller coaster of emotions. Eternally grateful for all the love you continue to shower. #Mohabbatein20 | #AdityaChopra |@yrf.”

Also Read: Mohabbatein turns 20: Amitabh Bachchan pens a special note for the film; Calls it a roller coaster of emotions

Anonymous 4 months ago

Sick bullies trying all the tricks ... no we ain’t falling for you !

Anonymous 4 months ago

This movie undermines the intelligence of every single person that loves bollywood and it’s stars. I get that often Masala movies are not content driven and it’s more about be entertainment and feel good factor, but man oh man was this a creepy, cringey, tacky attempt at creating cinema magic. From the horrible leaves to the misogynistic undertones to the total and utter unrealistic plot. Really nothing to celebrate here folks. It’s taken me 20 years to try and block this movie out

Anonymous 4 months ago

Beautiful memories of a stunning movie in a wonderful year it was 2000~happier times.