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Phir Milenge

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Romance, Musical
Release Date:August 27, 2004
Running time:160 minutes
Cast:Salman Khan, Shilpa Shetty, Abhishek Bachchan, Nasser, Mita Vasisht
Director:Revathy
Writer:Atul Sabharwal
Distributor:UTV Communications

Description: Tamanna is a charming, 26-year-old young woman, who breathes fresh air into the lives of everyone she meets. She works in an advertising agency, and her fresh, innovative ideas have made the agency successful. At her college reunion, Tamanna meets Rohit. In the romantic settings of the college, love blooms between them. But, Tamanna loses touch with Rohit. Although she tries to get in touch with him, all her efforts go in vain. The situation brings her life to a standstill, and she even loses her job in the process. Then, she meets a young man, Tarun, who brings a ray of hope into her life.

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