Yeh Lamhe Judaai Ke (2004)

Bollywood/Drama 3h 8m
Cast: Shahrukh Khan, Raveena Tandon, Mohnish Behl, Navneet Nishan
Genre: Bollywood/Drama
Duration: 3h 8m
Producer: Ritesh G Nayyar
Music Director(s): Nikhil, Vinay
Lyricist(s): Rani Malik, S R Bharti, Yogesh Gaud
Release Date: 09 Apr, 2009


Cast and Crew

Kamlesh Dhingea
Vipul Kothari
Sheetal, Jayja's Sister (as Divya Desai)
Virendea Rajpal


  • Written by Anirudh Tiwari, this film was actually filmed in 1994, but not released until 9 April 2004 apparently. It was an incomplete film that stopped shooting in 1994 but was revived with different actors in 2004 instead of the lead actors Khan and Tandon who refused to even dub for their parts. The trade experts said the film was just being released for the sake of making a quick buck. This film was a box office disaster.
  • 2 songs have tunes from Tum Bin, Because Nikhil-Vinay had actually composed those tunes for the film but after it got shelved they used it in Tum Bin.
  • No one dubbed for the film as the actors in the film disassociated themselves.
  • Film producer Lalchand Nayyar of Vishva Light and Sound Limited has filed a suit against superstar Shah Rukh Khan. He alleges he was cheated by the actor.Nayyar claims he signed Khan for Rs 80 lakhs (Rs 0.8 million) to play the lead in Jadu - The Magic Of Love in 1992. The producer says he has failed to honour the contract and has still not completed the film.Says Nayyar, "My film is only 50 per cent complete. I kept asking Shah Rukh for the dates. But, each time, he bullied me. He kept promising that he complete the film. But, after he became a superstar, he refused to stick by his word. I was left with no option but to move the court."The film was being directed by Pavan Kaul and the producer claims to have spent over Rs 6 million on the shooting alone which he says began before the filming of Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman.Nayyar adds that Raveena Tandon, who plays the female lead, is "still willing to shoot for the film." But it is believed that Raveena has agreed to complete the film only if Shah Rukh returns."Shah Rukh signed a contract. He was to have completed my film under any circumstances. He should be charged under sections 420, 418 and 500 of the Indian Penal Code," says Nayyar.Nayyar filed his complaint on October 10, 2001 at a court in Ahmednagar, which is where the registered office of his firm is located. The case is due for hearing on October 24. A copy of the suit has also been sent to the Bandra police station in Bombay.Shah Rukh Khan, who leaves for the United Kingdom in a couple of days to promote his upcoming magnum opus Asoka, refused to comment on the matter when approached. He said he didnt want to comment on the matter.
  • The film was to be released in 1992 under the name of Jadoo. It even released a soundtrack which was resurrected for this film.