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She has made everyone dance to her tunes from Shahrukh Khan to the common person. One of Bollywood's best Choreographers, Farah Khan turns director with her debut film "Main Ho Na". And she has every reason to be ecstatic about the film. The film hero is none other than the king Khan, Shahrukh, who also happens to be Farah's favourite hero. Shahrukh will be seen along with co-stars Suniel Shetty, Sushmita Sen, Zayed Khan and Amrita Rao. In an excerpt from an Interview Shahrukh claimed" ...but Sushmita is the nicest thing in the film. It was a pleasure working with her.". Yes, this film will have all the typical bollywood masala. The heroes will chase the heroine and there will be fast numbers and catchy songs. (It is a Farah Khan film). What else would one expect? But that's not all to this film. Although this film has all the ingredients of a bollywood masala flick, Main Hoo Naa promises to be different. An amalgamation of all Bollywood films that Farah Khan has grown up loving, Main Hoo Na seems to follow the current trend where Indo-Pak relations have become the chief concern of a lot of filmmakers.

Major Ram Prasad (played by Shahrukh) has a mission to accomplish and it is Mission Milaap (if accomplished) that will end the long-standing enemity between the two countries. But there are some evil elements that will not allow this. And Suniel Shetty (as Raghavan) is the villain who will not let major Ram Prasad achieve his mission. His presence poses as threat to General Amerjeet Bakshi's daughter Sanjana (played by Amrita Rao), whose life is in danger. But the irony of it lies in the mission itself. For the mission to be successful, Major Ram Prasad must return to school. It is his concern for Sanjana that sends him back to school as a student to protect Sanjana from evil. And in our society today, that is westernized than ever before, Shahrukh as Ram Prasad finds it a little difficult to adjust. But he learns the trick of the trade and wins everyone's heart. Be it the students Lucky (played by Zayed Khan) or Sanjana (played by Amrita Rao). But his charm allures everyone from Lucky's mother (played by Kiron Kher) to the principal (played by Boman Irani whose comic timing is fantastic!).

Having lit the funeral pyre of his father Brigadier Shekhar Sharma (played by Naseeruddin Shah), Major Ram Prasad must fulfill his mission. The path of war has never been easy. There will always be bloodshed, misunderstanding and hatred. But all this must be conquered with love and not hatred. And it will be this very school that will help him accomplish his mission. And for every problem there is always a solution. After all, Sharukh is there to say "Main Ho Na". Produced by Gauri Khan, the music of the film is composed by Anu Malik who has given some good numbers to the film. The title song that has already caught on to everyone. Javed Akhtar of course, has penned the lyrics. So we can expect some beautiful lyrics, which are romantic and soothing to the ears.

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