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Movie: Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998)
Star Cast: Shahrukh Khan, Kajol, Rani Mukherjee, Salman Khan
Synopsis/Plot: Rahul Khanna (Shahrukh Khan) and Anjali Sharma (Kajol) are best friends in St. Xavier's college. They both love playing basketball - whenever they play, Anjali wins. Rahul constantly chases the girls in college, which annoys Anjali. This is because, unknown to either of them, Anjali is in love with Rahul. Mr. Malhotra (Anupam Kher) tells Anjali that his daughter Tina (Rani Mukherji) is coming to St. Xavier's to finish her degree, having studied in Oxford University for her first two years. Tina arrives and quickly becomes friends with Rahul and Anjali. In fact, Rahul obviously has feelings for Tina. In class one day, Rahul says he believes love is friendship and that he will only ever love a girl who is his best friend. These words make Anjali realise that she is in love with Rahul and that possibly he loves her too. Anjali is encouraged by her motherly housekeeper Rifat Bi (Himani Shivpuri) to tell Rahul she loves him. She is about to do so, but finds out that he loves Tina. She is now heartbroken and decides to leave college without telling either Rahul or Tina. Rahul and Tina find her just as she is about to leave - Rahul and Anjali share a tearful goodbye, believing they will never meet again. Tina now realises that she came between two lovers - on this day, she realises that Anjali and Rahul are soulmates. Rahul marries Tina and in a year of marriage they give birth to a baby girl. Tina had complications in her pregnancy and has little time left so writes eight letters to her daughter - one for each of her first eight birthdays (so that her daughter will know all about her mother). Before dying, Tina asks Rahul to name their daughter Anjali in memory of Anjali Sharma.On her eighth birthday Anjali (Sana Saeed) reads the most important letter. She learns about Anjali Sharma and is given the mission of bringing back Rahul and Anjali. Anjali Sharma is now more feminine. She is engaged to Aman Mehra (Salman Khan). However, she explains to her mother (Reema Lagoo) that she does not really love him and is mostly marrying him as a compromise (she feels she can never be in love again after she lost Rahul). Anjali Khanna and her grandmother (Rahul's mother played by Farida Jalal) travel to St. Xavier's to find Anjali Sharma's address. They learn from Rifat Bi that Anjali Sharma is getting married in a week. However, Anjali Khanna prays and the wedding is postponed to December. They soon learn that Anjali Sharma is going to be working on a summer camp - they travel there and find her. One night on television, Anjali Sharma is watching a television show and sees Rahul there, who says he misses his daughter, Anjali who has gone on summer camp. She now realises she has met her best friend's daughter. Rahul arrives at summer camp - he and Anjali are delighted to see each other again. Anjali Khanna decides to make them play basketball against each other, in the hope they will come together again. Rahul and Anjali start feeling themselves falling in love again. However, Anjali soon remembers that she is engaged and feels guilty. Aman soon arrives at summer camp and tells Rahul that he is marrying Anjali. Rahul is hurt by this news but congratualtes Anjali. She takes this as him rejecting her again so decides to leave summer camp and get married to Aman as soon as possible.
Rahul and his family arrive at Anjali's wedding. Anjali sees Rahul and realises that he does in fact love her the same way she loves him. She knows now that she is letting go of her first love. Aman notices the tears in her eyes and realises that she has always been in love with Rahul. Aman realises he is coming between two destined lovers, so releases Anjali from the engagement and allows her to marry Rahul. As the two marry, the little Anjali has a vision of Tina giving her the thumbs up