Dhaai Akshar Prem Ke (2000) Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai
A young army officer, Karan, rescues a stranger, Sahiba, from a group of criminals. He agrees to escort her home and pose as her husband in order to get her out of a previously-arranged marriage, but once there, Karan finds himself falling in love with Sahiba and her family. Will Karan leave as agreed, or will true love prevail?
Sahiba is an intelligent, shy, and sensitive girl attending a college a long way from home. She belongs to a typical Rajput family in which tradition requires that a girl give her consent readily to marry the man chosen by her family. But being a girl of contemporary times that she is, Sahiba refuses to submit to age-old traditions. To avoid an arranged marriage, she tells a lie that she is already married. This angers her father Yogi Grewal (Amrish Puri).
The fake husband is the handsome army captain of course. The two meet at a train station after Karan saves Sahiba from a group of men who are trying to kill her; Sahiba explains that she had witnessed a murder, and the murderer had sent his men after her. Karan, learning Sahiba’s plight, decides to escort her home and help her explain matters to her family. Once home, the family mistakes Karan for Sahiba’s presumed husband, and the situation does not improve when Karan and Sahiba try and fail to tell the truth.
Sahiba’s family consists of a smiling grandmother (Sushma Seth), a jovial uncle (Anupam Kher) who is more a friend than an uncle, and an understanding aunt (Tanvi Azmi), all of whom take a great liking to Karan. Sahiba’s father, however, does not. (Read the rest of the review from WIKI)
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