Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam

Director Adiyaman
Madhuri Dixit、 Salman Khan、Shah Rukh Khan, Atul Agnihotri, Suman Ranganathan, Alok Nath, Aruna Irani, Laxmikant Berde
Special Appearance: Aishwariya Rai
Releasing 2002 May 24
Trailer 1(RadioSagam)
Trailer 2(India FM)
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The day Salman spoke to the press 2002 Jan 22

After being in the making for more than six years, the music of Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam was officially released at a function in Holiday Inn, Mumbai, on January 21.
The films has six composers: Nadeem-Shravan, Bhappi Lahiri, Nikhil-Vinay, Jaideep and Daboo Malik.
The entire starcast was present at the audio release function. Shah Rukh Khan walked in first, dapper in black shirt, black trousers and black tie. Salman Khan strode in a few minutes later with his brother-in-law Atul Agnihotri. The Khans plopped themselves in the front row.
Madhuri, the female lead, was delayed thanks to a prior commitment and walked in late. The audio release happened in her absence. Apparently, Govinda was to do the honours but he did not attend the function. Amrish Puri, who has been associated with a lot of K C Bokadia films, obliged instead.

Shah Rukh Khan was quite co-operative with the media. But it was Salman Khan who surprised everyone by agreeing to talk: "I am okay with the media but it doesn't take me time to be myself at the next moment," he said, implying his mood fluctuations were not in his control. Though before answering any questions, Salman turned to Shah Rukh to ask him the name of the film.
Madhuri Dixit walked in after the star duo left the function. Dressed in a red bandani sari with lots of gold, she looked like a bride. She was accompanied by her parents and her secretary, Rikku Rakeshnath. She graced the function for ten minutes.
Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam sees Madhuri playing a housewife.
It was a big day for director K S Adiyaman though the film has been in the making for six years. "It will not look jaded and stale. But it is for you to judge," he says. Though he said he hadn't made many changes from the original Tamil film, he said, "I have made changes to match the star's image."
Going by the promos, however, the film seems similar to Aap Ki Kasam, with Shah Rukh playing Rajesh Khanna, Salman playing Sanjeev Kumar and Madhuri playing Mumtaz.