A young rebel Rahul (Tusshar), who wants to live life on his own terms and conditions lives with his parents in New Zealand. He meets Esha (Esha Deol) in college and gradually they fall in love. Esha thinks love automatically leads to marriage but Rahul doesn?t. He has seen his parents (Rajesh Khanna, Smita Jaykar) fight through their 25 years of relationship. He doesn?t want to get married simply live in. Esha who has had the comfort of a close knit joint family is appalled at the idea and so are her parents (Raj Babbar, Neena Kulkarni). Though both families agree to the relationship Rahul?s strange thoughts put a full stop to their plans. The two different viewpoints clash and lead to the lovers growing apart. Esha?s marriage is fixed with her family friend but soon Rahul comes to his senses and marries her.
The screenplay has lots of holes starting from no build up in the couple?s romance and then leading to the uncertainty of the characters mindset. Tushar and Esha never seem to stick to what they claim in the film. So who?s confused the characters or the director? Himesh Reshammiya's music is terrific and that has brought in the crowds on the first day. Nikamma, Taza Taza, Zindagi Ye Dillagi Hain are three hit songs. But the editing of these could have been better. They end up looking like music videos.
Tusshar tries his best to be the saviour but fails. Esha Deol shows improvement but acts like Kareena Kapoor in the initial reels. Raj Babbar is fine while Rajesh Khanna shouldn?t have done this film.
Kyaa Dil Ne Kahaa has fab music but that?s it. Wanna go?