21 Years of RHTDM: Engineers touched hearts in Dia Mirza-R Madhavan’s film, read 10 interesting things

Mumbai: 21 years ago, the love story, romance-filled scenes of the film ‘Rehna Hai Terre Dil Mein’. The beat was up. The chemistry of newcomer actress Diya and R Madhavan made the audience crazy. Dia Mirza, full of innocence, sweet smile from the film released on 19 October 2001, became an overnight rage with her debut film. Diya, who ruled the hearts of the audience from the very first film, later acted in many films, but even today she is remembered only for ‘Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein’. On the completion of 21 years of this film, let us tell you 10 interesting things related to the film-

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In this film, all the songs written by Sameer are more than one, songs like ‘Sach Keh Raha Hai Deewana’, and ‘Zara Zara Mehkta Hai’ still make you drunk. But few people know that director Gautam Vasudev Menon had recorded 11 songs in the film but only 7 songs were taken in the film. In all the songs you have heard, ‘Na Sone Ka Bangla’, ‘Churaya-Churaya’, ‘Tujhe Dekha Jab Se’, ‘Soni-Soni’ were recorded properly, but they did not find a place in the film.

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‘Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein’ is not the original Hindi film but a remake of the popular Tamil film ‘Minnell’. Gautham Vasudev Menon also directed the Tamil film. Seeing the tremendous success of the film in the South, Gautam decided to make it in Hindi.

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The story of the film was also written by Gautham Vasudev Menon, who entered the film industry after completing his engineering studies and engraved his college experiences on screen. Interestingly, R Madhavan has also studied engineering. Both the director and the actor of the film engineered and made such a heart-touching film which became very popular among the youth.

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In today’s era, it is happening that filmmakers and people associated with the film are adopting all the formulas to make their films a hit at the box office, but then there is disappointment. So let us tell you that when ‘Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein’ was released 21 years ago, this film did not get much attention. When this film was shown on TV, the audience liked it very much, but it got a lot of popularity among the youth.

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It is often seen in the film industry that if a pair of a film is a hit, it is repeated in many films. But despite the tremendous success of ‘Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein’, the pair of Dia Mirza-R Madhavan did not appear in any film again.

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According to media reports, more than one spectacular scene has been shown in this film ‘Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein’ by Vashu Bhagnani. Most of the scenes in the film have been shown in Mumbai, while the truth is that the shooting has been done in South Africa.

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The name of the film ‘Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein’ was earlier named ‘Koi Mil Gaya’ by Gautham Vasudev Menon, later it was changed.

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The biggest thing was that the film from which Dia Mirza became an overnight star was not the director’s first choice for that film. According to media reports, Gautam had first offered Richa Pallod for the film, but later something happened that Diya got the film.

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Dia Mirza, who was Miss Asia Pacific, while talking to the media said that ‘I always remember the moments spent on the shooting set of ‘Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein’. It was with this film that I started in the industry. I am thankful to the people associated with the film and the people with whom I worked, these people assured me that I have chosen the right path’.

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There is also talk of a remake of this film adorned with great music. Apart from Dia Mirza and R Madhavan, Saif Ali Khan acted as a lead actor in the film. Let us inform that Madhavan played the role of Madhav Madi Shastri in this film directed by Gautham Menon. Diya played the role of Reena Malhotra who was in love with Maddy.

Tags: Dia Mirza, Entertainment Special, R Madhavan

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