Main Hoon Na (2004)

 ●  Hindi ● 3 hrs 2 mins

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When India and Pakistan decide to end their hostilities, there is one army person in India who is unhappy, because of his son's death in the Indo-Pak war. He decides to launch terror attacks and bring an end to peace, and for this purpose he shoots and gravely injures an Indian army officer. After the death of this officer, Raghavan then decides to do away with the army officer's daughter, Sanjana, who is studying in hostel. Raghavan and his men descend on the hostel and hold over 100 students hostage. There is only one student who can save them, and his name is Ram; he claims he is a student, but is here on two separate missions. The first mission is in service of the country, and the second, is to bring together is broken family. Will he succeed in doing both without exposing his true identity?
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Cast: Shah Rukh Khan, Sushmita Sen

Crew: Farah Khan (Director), Manikandan V (Director of Photography), Anu Malik (Music Director), Ranjit Barot (Music Director)

Rating: U/A (India)

Genres: Action, Comedy, Romance

Release Dates: 30 Apr 2004 (India)

Tagline: This Summer, Chemistry Will Be Fun

Hindi Name: मैं हूँ ना

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as Maj Ram Prasad Sharma
as Chandni Chopra
as Sanjana Bakshi
as Miss Kaker
as Principal
as Pakistan General
as Dancer
as Prof. Rasai
as Gen. Amarjeet Bakshi
as Madhu Sharma
as Shastri
as Khan
as Brig. Shekhar Sharma
as Project Milaap TV Host
as Vivek
as Percy
as Mini
as Prom night band
as Raghavan Datta
Supporting Actress
as Laxman Prasad Sharma


First Assistant Director


Executive Producer
Associate Producer
Line Producer
Production Manager


Story Writer
Dialogue Writer

Camera and Electrical

Director of Photography
Still Photographer


Art Director
Assistant Art Director


Casting Director



Costume and Wardrobe


Associate Editor
Assistant Editor

Makeup and Hair

Hair Stylist


Stunt Director
Stunt Coordinator
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Sound Mix:
Dolby Digital, DTS
Frame Rate:
24 fps
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Music Label: T-Series
Music Director: Ranjit Barot, Anu Malik
Lyricist: Javed Akhtar
Music Director: Anu Malik, Ranjit Barot
Lyricist: Javed Akhtar
Playback Singer: Ranjit Barot
Music Director: Ranjit Barot, Anu Malik
Lyricist: Javed Akhtar
Music Director: Ranjit Barot, Anu Malik
Lyricist: Javed Akhtar
Playback Singer: Sonu Kumar Nigam
This Summer, Chemistry Will Be Fun
Don't be afraid.Main Hoon Na.
Factual Mistake
During the television interview scene, the anchor introduces the character played by Kabir Bedi as Commander in Chief of the Indian Army. The Commander in Chief of the Indian Army is always the President of India. The character played by Kabir Bedi is more likely to be the Chief of Army Staff.

When Lucky falls from the roof, and grabs the gutter, it bends. In the next angle, it is straight again. Again in the next angle, it is bent.

When Brigadier Shekhar Sharma is introduced, he is holding his army uniform cap in his hand. In the next shot, he is wearing the cap and then takes it off again.

In the final fight between Ram and Raghava, several of the punches obviously do not connect.
The song "Chale Jaise Hawaein" was shot in one take.

Hrithik Roshan was considered for the role of Lucky.

The first stunt Shah Rukh Khan does while walking on the wall was a secret from director Farah Khan. She didn't want him to do that stunt due to his back injury. She even threatened to tell his wife, Gauri Khan.

Rani Mukerji was supposed to have a guest appearance in a song, but it wasn't possible. That's why there are two pictures of her when Satish Shah is flirting with the lady on the phone.

Tabu makes an uncredited appearance in the movie. She can be seen when Shah Rukh Khan is doing dance practice for the prom night.

The title "Main Hoon Na" is a very popular dialogue used by Shah Rukh Khan in most movies.

Throughout the movie, director Farah Khan used references from movies she enjoyed.

The carriage Shah Rukh Khan is riding when chasing the assassins has the name, Dhanno written on it. This is a reference to Sholay, where Hema Malini's horse is named Dhanno.

The film is a takeoff on the Ramayana, as the names show: Ram, Lucky (Lakshman) and Raghavan (Ravana). Also, as a reference, in the movie, Lucky (Lakshman, played by Zayed Khan) mentions that the house would feel like a Mahabarat if he kept his name, Lakshman. Then his brother and mother correct him by saying, he meant the Ramayan and not the Mahabharata.

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was offered the role of Chandni but due to problems with Shah Rukh Khan, she was signed off.

Farah Khan wanted to have re-created Rahul Dev Burman music in the movie, but she chose not to, because the movie Dil Vil Pyar Vyar had done the exact same thing. She then told music director Anu Malik to make the music R.D. Burman style.
Movie Connection(s):
Remade as: Aegan (Tamil)