I realise that was only her opinion, and I would have not taken this so seriously, yet I did! If you grew up in the 1990s, you’ll understand what I mean. It wasn’t for nought that I sat in front of the TV weekend upon the weekend, watching the movie. I believe it is my duty to convey to the rest of the world (and Shreemi) why Hum Saath Saath Hain is such a delight to watch.
1. The family with most gathering
Take a peek at this clan! Everybody had a purpose and belongs here. Reema Lagoo rocked Rajshri’s Kaushalya (Ramayana reference!) if Alok Nath brings sanskaar aboard. Himani Shivpuri’s contributions to songs, of course, cannot be overlooked! Their family would have appeared so whole if even a single individual had mysteriously disappeared.
2. The Family Honeymoon
It definitely shouldn’t of been dubbed a “honeymoon,” but this was a fantastic family trip! That everybody benefited from the vacation. By the moment they returned, Tabu had gotten pregnant, Saif Ali Khan had gotten married to Karisma Kapoor, and Salman Khan had definitely made moves for Sonali Bendre! Furthermore, Monish Behl didn’t appear to become the most entertaining spouse in the film… Tabu, I believe, was relieved to have had the family join them.
3. Because Zee Cinema like it as well.
Although Zee Cinema can’t really help but show Hum Saath Saath Hain movie practically every weekend since it’s so sanskari. But you can’t really tell me that haven’t had it even so much as in all those years!