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Rose Petals! Rain! Rishi!...Chandni (1989)

Maybe there's hope for me and Yash Chopra after all.

There was so much rain in Chandni!



Chandni. My Chandni! How skeptical I was about you and how you managed to be just what the doctor ordered after an exhausting (yet fun) day of trekking around town with two bouncy preschool girls...Yash-ji, how did you know that at the end of the day, what I'd really,really need would be a handful of rosepetal showers and a couple of dances in the rain?

It started as everything the DVD jacket claimed it would be: "Softly lyrical, throbbingly beautiful". While I personally wouldn't categorize all Yash Chopra romances that way, the music and imagery were just that. Chandni (Sridevi, rapidly climbing the scales of my heart), meets Rohit (Rishi Kapoor, in some serious sweaters!), and the two fall in love. Rohit worships the ground Chandni walks on, showering her with rose petals and even putting up an almost-shrine to her in his bedroom (See below--In a Lifetime movie, this would be called stalking, but Chandni doesn't seem to mind). You know the drill--it starts off so perfect, something terrible, horrible, tragic is just bound to happen, right?

Of course!


Bollywood Hero or Obsessive Fan?? Oh, right...Bollywood Hero.



But let me point out before going there that, while it sounds like the same ol' song and dance, Rohit and Chandni's romance wasn't nearly as boring and redundant as I expected it to be. In fact, it was pretty gosh darned entertaining, thanks mostly to Sridevi's ability to maneuver from being whimsically playful to full of panache. And though at first I was put off by how much Rishi had aged in the seven years since Yeh Vaada Raha, sooner or later I found him teddy bearishly cute with more than a few traces of chocolate left in his hero box. Apparently Chandni agreed with me--she even made a fat joke to his face!


Gee, Chandni, I know this isn't the most flattering sweater Rishi's ever worn, but...did you really have to call him fat?



Ordinarily, I find fat jokes offensive and rude, and I hate that they're so often used in Hindi films. But for some reason, it didn't bother me here; To me, it showed how comfortable Rohit and Chandni were with one another (and proved Rishi must have had a sense of humor about his weight gain).

Of course, the couple wasn't without their share of problems. For one, Rohit's high class family despised Chandni from the beginning. They felt she wasn't good enough to enter their home as a bride, and told Rohit so without any reservations. The only person in Rohit's family who seemed to understand was his brother in law, Ramesh (Anupam Kher--with hair!).


Maa seems to think choosing a wife should be akin to furniture shopping.



With all this negativity in the air from Rohit's family, you can almost smell disaster in the air. And of course, tragedy does strike. Rohit is left paralyzed, and Chandni powerless to do anything but love him. Of course, the pressures from his family and feelings of inadequacy related to his disability force Rohit to make the unthinkable decision: He must give up Chandni, freeing her from the burden he thinks he's become and allowing him to wallow in
bitterness. He breaks up with her coldly and abruptly (even painting over her photographs!), leaving her heartbroken and leaving me a weepy, mushy, mascara-racooned mess.

In happier times. How COULD you, Rohit?!?





Intermission goes by unannounced, and Chandni tries to be strong and pick up the pieces of her broken heart (she's stronger than I am at this point, because I still haven't stopped crying). She gets a job at a travel agency and guess who her boss is--Vinod Khanna (as Lalit)!! Things are looking better already. Rohit who?

Lalit, as Chandni discovers, comes across all business-like, but is really as soft as a grape on the inside. He's been nursing a broken heart himself, after losing the love of his life, Devika (Juhi Chawla looking deliciously seductive in a rain song--Go on and say it, Bollywood Fan), to some tragic illness we never know the name of. Poor Lalit, every time it rains he is reminded of his beloved, and since it rains a lot in this film, well, you can just imagine.



Meanwhile, it rains over by Rohit and he has a mental breakdown, realizing he has been a fool to let Chandni go (duh). I started crying again. As he washed the paint off Chandni's photographs, it felt like my heart was actually pumping out tears instead of blood, but I was loving every minute of it--yes, folks, this is the sort of emotional roller coaster ride I tune in for!



Soon Lalit (with the coaxing of his maa, Waheeda Rehman!) finds himself attracted to Chandni, and asks for her hand in marriage. Chandni accepts, and BAM!!! Guess who shows up again?

ROHIT!!!



What will Chandni do? I've taken you pretty far in the plot, but don't consider any of this spoiler material since its all spelled out pretty clearly on most DVD jackets (at least the ones I've seen, anyways). The real question remains: Who will Chandni choose? Sensitive, well-established Lalit (bonus: Waheeda as a mother in law who adores Chandni)? Or spontaneous, lively Rohit (evil mother in law included)? Who would you choose? If you haven't seen Chandni you should stop reading now, because I'm now going to reveal her decision:



***SPOILER!!!!!****

Of course, she chooses her true love, the one she's clearly loved from the very beginning of the film. This was all fine and dandy, and I even wanted things to end up this way, but two nagging thoughts kept this from becoming a perfect film for me. One, Rohit NEVER apologizes. Not once. Considering all the heartless things he said to her so stoically when he was dumping her, you'd think he'd have to beg and gravel for forgiveness. Instead, he prances into Chandni's apartment like a king, and gets all defensive and reverses the blame when he finds she's engaged to someone else. Red flags went up all over in my mind.

Secondly, what about poor Lalit? His last line in the entire film is just depressing. The least they could have done was killed him off so he could be reunited with Juhi. Geez.

****SPOILER END*****


Despite my qualms discussed in the Spoiler, I really did love this film. The music, the sarees (maybe even better than Sush's in Main Hoon Na) , Sridevi, and yes, the rain! Its definitely put Yash Chopra in my good graces again, though I still remain a bit skeptical about Lamhe and Kabhi Kabhie. Thoughts?

89 comments:

BB July 1, 2009 at 2:07 PM  

I am slowly becoming a Sridevi fan as well! I think this movie may have to go on my list.

JJC July 1, 2009 at 3:19 PM  

I have been waiting for someone in the bollywood blogging world to do a post on Chandni..so nida, thank you thank you thank you!
i just wanted to know what others would have to say to the movie Ive seen at least over 100 times (seriously).i agree with you about rohit never saying sorry but then also, he was also shown to be quite arrogant and stubborn form the beginning albeit in a positive way. I loved the 'mothe aadmi' part too it was so cute and real. and also the part where shes feeding him things and he has t oguess. and she looked like a dream and her outfits are still wearable now.

memsaab July 1, 2009 at 3:22 PM  

Hate Kabhi Kabhi, but I liked this too and sobbed a great deal of the way through it.

How I LOVE a good emotional wringing!!!

SPOILER! But my big problem was that she didn't choose Lalit. It seemed like such a no brainer to me, like Qurbani which suffered from the same essential issue. Unless the alternative is Shammi, why would anyone NOT choose Vinod? Plus Rishi was such a jerk as you point out, and Vinod so deserving. AND Waheeda as a MIL! Makes no sense at all, none. END SPOILER!

lapetitediva July 1, 2009 at 5:59 PM  

I thought Lamhe was longer and more melodramatic than Chandni(at least it felt like it to me), but I liked it. Sri did a good job in her dual role as mother and daughter. She was a bit OTT as the daughter, but I guess she was just trying to convey bubbliness and youth. Or something. Anyway, I would recommend it, but I found I couldn't watch it all in one sitting. I had to take a break and then come back to it.

theBollywoodFan July 1, 2009 at 10:07 PM  

I haven't seen Chandni again in very long. Too long. Really glad you liked it! It's really difficult to not like anything with Sridevi in it. And here, of course, there's Juhi Chawla (haaye Allah!!!) too =) I liked Lamhe as well, it has great performances and great music!

Anarchivist July 2, 2009 at 4:52 AM  

I too loved the "Fatso" comment. It was like a wink at the audience, or maybe the critics. "Yup, we know. He's gained weight ... but who cares?"

Loved the opening credits, too, where they show the title in English, in Hindi, and in Urdu, and each time, we hear Rishi yelling "Chandni!"

I've got Yeh Vaada Raha coming from Netflix...very exciting!

JJC July 2, 2009 at 8:09 PM  

Lamhe is definitely a better film than Chandni on many levels but Sridevi will forever be referred to as Chandni ;p

Darshit July 3, 2009 at 4:09 AM  

Haaye......there goes my Chandni. Sridevi was my first crush when I was kid. Say 3 years old !! And still she looks so gorgeous. I haven't seen the movie since a really long time. Thanks for helping me dusting off my memories.

ajnabi July 3, 2009 at 8:17 AM  

I read this and didn't comment? Weird. Anyway, ever since I saw this in the Yash Raj famous films' montage ad at the beginning of K3G I've wanted to see it. It looks fun! Oh, and Rishi's sweaters! Apparently in Love Aaj Kal his character has some interesting sweater choices as well. ;-)

shell July 4, 2009 at 8:39 AM  

I can't believe I've yet to see any Sridevi films. I generally like Yash Chopra films, melodrama and all, so this is going on my list for sure.

bollywooddeewana July 4, 2009 at 11:29 AM  

Great songs and all but the ending kinda put me off, i felt you don't leave people and then come back expecting them to be where you left them at which is what Rishi's character does to Sridevi in the movie

Anonymous,  July 7, 2009 at 1:43 PM  

in just the first two sentences you had 2 spelling mistakes... jeez. read over the post before posting it will ya?

Nida July 7, 2009 at 4:48 PM  

BB--Yes! It should, definitely...please let me know what you think!

JJC--Your welcome! :) And that's a great point about Rohit--I agree completely--and I had no idea I'd like this film so much! Agree also about Sridevi's outfits, they were superb and timeless classics.

Memsaab--Word! And I'm in no rush to watch Kabhi Kabhi, for some reason.

Lapetitdiva-It sounds really good! I was reading through the plot synopsis on Wiki and I think I'm going to really enjoy...

Bollywood Fan--I just knew you would have already seen this! After all, Sridevi and Juhi--and in the rain, at that?

Anarchavist--Exactly! And yep, I loved the whole Chandni title thing, too. Can't wait to read your post on Yeh Vaada Raha....

JJC--Oooh, you think Lamhe's even better? I'm double-y excited now!

Darshit--I'm glad it brought back good memories! And wow, three years old! Reminds of me of my own first crush, Micheal Jackson :)

Ajnabi--Yeah, I think you'd like it! :) And lol, he had a new sweater for every occasion in this film!

Shell--This was my 2nd Sridevi film, and I really like her so far. She seems like she can do anything, comedy, romance, etc. I'm excited to see more of her.

Bollywoodeewana--That turned me off to the whole Rohit/Chandni romance, too. But I enjoyed 90% of the film sooo much that I was able to forgive the last 10%.

Anonymous--You dropped a comment just to point out I spelled Chandni wrong? Whew! Wish I had all that time on my hands!;)

JJC July 7, 2009 at 7:42 PM  

Lamhe IS better, it just didn't do as well becuase it was ahead of its times but if your watching it for the first time now you will appreciate it (hopefully). as for that anonymous comment person..all i can say it..wow you're a piece of sh*t.

Anonymous,  July 9, 2009 at 4:08 PM  

JJC, I'm not sure if you did this on purpose, but you said "All I can say iT" instead of "is". sorry, spelling mistakes are a bit of a pet peeve of mine.

JJC July 9, 2009 at 9:40 PM  

u r crzy. u dnt evn dsrve a rspnse. im sry ws tht 2 mny spllng mstkes for u?

bollyviewer July 10, 2009 at 12:06 PM  

Rohit NEVER apologizes - filmi love means never having to say sorry. ;-) I like to think that Ranbir was making up for all the filmi heroes' unapologetic transgressions with his wholesale apologies in Bachna Ae Haseeno! lol

Anonymous,  July 10, 2009 at 5:13 PM  

JJC, you are rude.

Daddy's Girl July 14, 2009 at 6:11 AM  

I'm glad you liked this - I hated the ending SO much, but I loved Sridevi's performance and really enjoyed it on the whole.

bollywoodfoodclub July 17, 2009 at 3:15 PM  

I'd choose Lamhe over Kabhi Kabhie. But if you want to see an emo version of Amitabh looking like Mr. Brady of the Brady Bunch, then see it. Lamhe has a nice weird twist and some awesome face slapping scenes. Nida, see them both!
All the best!
Sita-ji

Pessimisissimo July 17, 2009 at 5:19 PM  

Nida, like Memsaab and Daddy's Girl I was disappointed by the ending--I too thought Chandni picked the wrong guy. Sridevi, though, is irresistible (hope I spelled that correctly!).

Lyregal July 20, 2009 at 9:19 PM  

So glad to find someone else in the blogosphere who also is addicted to Hindi flicks. :) Keep up the great posts!!

Ipshi July 26, 2009 at 8:01 AM  

I was completely off the blog reading circuit for a while and what a feast awaited me!

Amazing heartfelt reviews all, real fun reading... thanks so so much!

Yes, I have to agree that Lamhe is way way much better... if u also wanna see a great Sridevi film... try Chaalbaaz... have u seen it yet?

also worth a look is Tezaab.. so much masala and the fabled Anil-Madhuri chemistry when their relationship was at their zenith

ps - Neetu and Ranbir were dating at the time of Amar Akbar Anthony.

Vandana Rajesh July 30, 2009 at 8:56 PM  

First time here...loved ur blog...the presentation and the style. Of course did enjoy this film and the songs were just superb...its still all so fresh after so many yrs.

Bollywood Rocks August 3, 2009 at 10:24 PM  

My first time here as well and it's a really nice blog. I have a Bollywood blog as well and would love if all of you could comment there as well. That would be greatly appreciated. I just started the blog, so not many people really know about it.

Btw Rishi Kapoor is like my favorite actor from that time, so I really like this post. Surprisingly I have yet to see Chandni but I will definitely be watching it soon. I guess I can just take solace in knowing about other referenced movies if not the main one lolz


Oh I almost forgot. My blog is called Bollywood Masti and is at http://desifilmimasti.blogspot.com/

Henrik,  August 5, 2009 at 1:56 PM  

Aww, great way to re-narrate the flic. Like a sports commentary actually. Would love to hear your voice (include sobbing) in English over the Hindi movie (replacing the subtitles and adding a whole new layer of masala). Jeez!

Henrik
(no blog)

Bollywood Rocks August 6, 2009 at 11:42 AM  

Hii I'm back and I actually saw Chandni thanks to you and really liked it a lot. This is a really good blog because I have not seen many of the older movies, and this blog has a pretty good selection of older movies.

Dhoom Machale August 8, 2009 at 9:27 PM  

Hey, your portrayal is pretty thorough, and you seem to have a great following. Nice work! Is Rishi Kapoor part of the Kapoor clan? Do you think Kareena is really OK with Saif off with Deepika in Love Aaj Kal? Haha, I think not. We just ran a post... Kuch kuch, hota hai! http://www.bollywood-celebs.com/category/deepika-padukone/

Anonymous,  August 25, 2009 at 9:08 AM  

i hve started liking rishi too after readig it all
those were his days wen he used to throw charm of his exotic persona over all his fans.......hey m actually talkin abt gals ;)

love u hamesha rishi

Mrugesh September 3, 2009 at 8:41 AM  

Shridevi rocks. She can do every role unlike Madhuri who hasn't done different roles like Shridevi.

Watch Shridevi in Sadma, Mr.India, Lamhe, Chandani or Judaai. Shes always different.

Kevin,  December 28, 2009 at 11:30 AM  

You write well. I'm Indian and have watched most of the movies, if not all, that you write about and your writing relives the movies for me.

By the way, have you watched Sri Devi's, "Lamhe"? It's a romance with a twist. :-)

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shabnam yasmin June 3, 2010 at 11:30 PM  

Sridevi is the real beauty.. I am a great fan of her charm.... The movie is great!! i like the songs..

Hans Meier August 8, 2010 at 10:06 PM  

Right you are, Chandni is better than Kabhi Kabhie (in spite of AB being in there) and Lamhe (easy with Anil Kapoor being in there), it is much livelier and has less hollow musing. Music and dances might be better in Lamhe, though. With you, i find it a bit strange of Sridevi to go back to a guy who dumped her once in he coldest way. Then again, Vinod Khanna was a tad oily (his filmi mom Waheeda the only real bonus).

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Anonymous,  October 23, 2011 at 9:52 PM  

I enjoyed watching this movie and just as much enjoyed reading your review! Your line about killing Lalit off had me in splits - I actually snorted with laughter - very convenient solution, eh? I enjoy reading Memsaab's blog and now I guess yours too - the post on SRK was adorable -'cause of both him and you! Hope you continue to enjoy Hindi movies and continue to blog about them. :)

Anonymous,  October 23, 2011 at 9:58 PM  

...Also I did like the ending ...yes I felt bad for poor Lalit too...but this was Chandni's choice - she chose her man and it's nice when we have movies where a woman gets to do that...a typical scenario would have been that she has to marry Lalit out of compulsion, duty etc. i.e. all those traditions that bind a woman...but she always loved Rohit, even when he was a cad, and I guess that's what made her forgive him or overlook his mistakes...I guess love can do that and here's hoping Rohit realizes how close he came to losing her and how lucky he is!Ad they live happily ever after! And some lucky gal comes into Lalit's life too ;)

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