A scientist named Dr. Sanjay Susra Mehra (director Rakesh Roshan) creates a computer program from which he sends variations of the syllable Om into space, hoping to attract the attention of extraterrestrial life. When he believes he has finally gotten a response, the scientific community mocks him.<br/><br/>While driving home, an alien spacecraft appears overhead. Dr. Mehra looks out the window, exclaims, "UFO!" and veers off the road. His pregnant wife (Rekha) grabs the steering wheel, causing the car to hit a stone, flip over and explode. Dr. Mehra dies, but his wife, thrown out of the car, survives the wreck and returns home to India. When their son Rohit (Hrithik Roshan, Rakesh Roshan's real son) is born, he is developmentally disabled. His mother raises him in the town of Kasauli, where he grows up to be a man of limited intellect and childish personality, but with a loving heart. Rohit has a number of much younger friends; loyal children who play with him.<br/><br/>He befriends a young woman named Nisha (Preity Zinta). Nisha is sympathetic towards him and humors him, knowing about his mental disability from his mother, who chastises Nisha's suitor Raj for beating Rohit up.
Hrithik Roshan, Preity Zinta, Rakesh Roshan, more..
Rakesh Roshan
Release Date
Fri Aug, 08 2003

Cast Overview

Hrithik Roshan
... Rohit Mehra
Preity Zinta
... Nisha
Rakesh Roshan
... Sanjay Mehra
... Sonia Mehra
Prem Chopra
... Harbans Saxena

Crew Overview

Rakesh Roshan
... Producer
Rakesh Roshan
... Story / Writers
Farah Khan
... Choreographers
Raju Khan
... Choreographers
Ganesh Hegde
... Choreographers