Tum Ko Na Bhool Payenge

Releasing FEB 22 2002
Cast; Salman Khan, Diya Mirza
Director; Pankaj Parashar
Producer; Salman Khan
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  • Capitol - 94.59%
  • Geeta - 66%
  • Jaihind - 73.71%
  • New Citylight - 91.96%
  • Galaxy - 100%
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  • Shaan - 71.84%
  • Topiwala - 83.35%
  • New Era - 80.09%
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  • Ashish - 49.38%
  • Sheetal - 100%
Radio Sagam 2002 Feb 25

Despite average collections, his movie enters at no. 1!
Salman Khan's latest release Tumko Na Bhool Paayenge has managed to enter the charts at number one, despite a disappointing initial response at the box office.
The movie, which also stars Sushmita Sen and Diya Mirza, opened to rather low 85% collections in Mumbai during its first weekend of release.
However, since last week's number one Haan Maine Bhi Pyar Kiya has flopped badly at the box office, it was unable to provide any competition.
It fact, collections for Haan Maine Bhi Pyar Kiya have fallen so much since the opening weekend that it fell two places down the charts, to the number three position.
Meanwhile, there is no stopping this year's first hit film Raaz, which remains at number two in the charts. Its collection has now started falling all over India, although it is still giving new releases a run for their money.

Salman on Tum Ko Na Bhool Payenge and future ventures
Salman gears up for Tum Ko Na Bhool Payenge
2001 July 9 MSNBC online
Movie star Salman Khan is in Jaipur shooting for his new film Tum Ko Na Bhool Payenge. For the first time in his career he is trying to complete a film in a non-stop three-month schedule perhaps because he also happens to be the film's co-producer.

Salman Khan is romancing a beauty queen in Jaipur but no it is not Aishwarya Rai it is former Miss Asia-Pacific Diya Mirza. In fact the Bollywood star is shooting for his new film Tum Ko Na Bhool Payenge in which he is paired with not one but two beauty queens the other being Miss Universe turned actress Sushmita Sen. The film a romantic thriller is being shot at a single stretch of nearly three months but true to Bollywood style. The entire unit has their lips zipped about the plot.
Director, Pankaj Parashar, expressed, "It is a love story and a thriller. It is about a simple character in a small town who is a Thakur's son. Suddenly he gets memory flashes, which intrigue him, and he wants to know why it is happening to him. Then the mystery starts and the rest you see on the screen."

Tum Ko Na Bhool Payenge is a light hearted masala mix. Diya Mirza plays Salman's childhood sweetheart who faces competition from Sushmita Sen. "My name is Muskaan in the film. I play the role of a bubbly, outspoken small town girl. She is a real tomboy", stated, Diya Mirza.
Tum Ko Na Bhool Payenge is being made under the banner of Baba Films who earlier produced blockbusters like Pyar to Hona Hi Tha and Dulhan Hum Le Jayenge. The film is likely to be released by the end of the year and with the Salman Khan trademark of romance, action and comedy thrown in with a dash of mystery Tum ko Na Bhool Payenge may just be thing to help revive the star's flagging career.

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Why Salman Khan would want to kick his thriving profession as actor in the stomach and take up producing instead, one doesn't know. But he's joined hands with director Pankaj Parashar, who has the abysmal film Raaj Kumar to his name. The name of the movie they are doing together is Tum Ko Bhool Na Payenge with Sushmita Sen and Diya Mirza.
The crew has just finished a shoot in Jaipur, and come back to Mumbai to finish the film in a three-month start-to-finish schedule. Pankaj says the first schedule went off very well. "The story is interesting, although I won't say it's different, because that's one word that gets used a lot. Salman wanted to produce it and I was game for direction. Salman has lot of interesting tips and suggestions, I accept only what I feel is appropriate to the narration, the scene and the film. He doesn't mind if I reject a few ideas. "Salman is too cool and comfortable within himself to bother about life's trivialities. I can't tell you more about the film's story because that would ruin the element of surprise and suspense. Sushmita and Diya are real professionals," he says.
In the meantime, the cameraman has set up the lights and reflectors in the garden of Kamalistan, and it seems to have been transformed into the Garden of Eden. Salman hangs out with his friends to kill time. Dressed in a yellow shirt and black trousers, Salman looks bright, though his mood doesn't seem so.
The scene is a subtle romantic one with Diya. Pankaj goes over the scene with Salman and everyone waits for Diya to finish her makeup. She came to the sets late today due to a stomach ache. Salman talks with the director animatedly, almost rehearsing the entire scene. Soon the wait is over and Diya comes out with her boy and makeup man in tow. Loaded with Kundan jewelry and a magnificent golden ghagra choli, Diya looks dazzling. She greets the director and Salman who offers a sweet smile.
Does Diya remind Salman of Aishwarya, we wonder. Apparently, Diya hates being told that she looks like Aishwarya. She understands the scene and combs her hair once more for the final touch. The camera rolls and the duo mouth their dialogues. The camera then goes around them in a semi circle. They hug each other, but Diya is not too happy with the shot. So they do the scene again. And we're done. The shot is okayed. Diya rushes into her makeup room lest her makeup gets spoilt due to the sun, which has come after a gap of a week in the rain season.
The latest queen to enter Bollywood, Diya is thrilled to be welcomed so warmly. "In this film, I play Salman's childhood sweetheart but am unable to express my love due to Sushmita. It's a fun-filled masala film. I play a tomboy and I have worn this Indian outfit to lure Salman. I knew films were exciting but I didn't know that they gave such exhilarating thrills too. And touch wood, I have got such good films and great banners."