Is mohabbatein hit or flop?

Is mohabbatein hit or flop?

Mohabbatein was released on 27 October 2000 and received widespread acclaim from critics, with Bachchan’s and Khan’s performances garnering the most praise. With a total gross of ₹900.1 million (US$12 million), the film was declared as a commercial success and became the highest-grossing Indian film of the year.

Where is mohabbatein shot?

The ‘Mohabbatein’ gurukul was in UK Extensive sequences were shot at Longleat House in Wiltshire, England, which is shown as the gurukul.

Does Netflix have mohabbatein?

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Is Gurukul in Mohabbatein real?

Longleat, a country house in Wiltshire, England, was used as the location of Gurukul. Oxford and Cambridge Universities were also used for filming. Shah Rukh Khan’s name in the movie was inspired from his son Aryan. All the six newcomers started rehearsing for the film six months prior to shooting.

Who played violin in Mohabbatein?

Shah Rukh tried to relive the Mohabbatein moment as he attempted playing the violin all over again. A difficult task for him because he was pitted against none other than violin maestro Lakshminarayana Subramaniam, also known as Ambi.

What is Mohabbatein called in English?

English translation: Love of a lifetime

Hindi term or phrase: mohabbatein
English translation: Love of a lifetime
Entered by: Poornima Iyengar

What does Mohabbatein mean in English?

Explanation: ‘Mohabbat’ would mean ‘love’ and ‘mohabbatein’ is a plural. It could mean any kind of love. However, in the context of this particular movie, it would be appropriate to call it ‘romantic love’.

Is Mohabbatein inspired from Dead Poets Society?

In case you didn’t know, Aditya Chopra directed Mohabbatein was ‘inspired by’ Peter Weir’s 1989 film, Dead Poets Society.

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