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A young man is insanely obsessed over a college girl. This obsession causes the young man to take daring steps to prevent her from marrying her fiancé, a naval officer. When she finally does marry the naval officer, however, the young man's fury causes him to break all limits of decency.
Darr, Shahrukh Khan, Sunny Deol, Juhi Chawla, Anu Kapoor, Dalip Tahil, Anupam Kher
by Rediff.com | Posted Nov 4, 2010
I love you K-k-k-Kiran.
It would just be another run-of-the-mill proclamation of love, if it wasn't for the stammering. That made all the difference, making this the signature line of Yash Chopra's Darr.
Released 12 years ago, Darr dealt with the constant obsession of a not-so-normal young man. Fairly unusual, you would think, for an Indian audience, who around then was fed on a strict diet of colossal action, lollipop romances and corny comedies?
Maybe the idea of a mentally sick fellow (played by Shah Rukh Khan) writing letters in blood, engraving the name of the object of affection on his shaved chest with a knife, having lengthy telephonic conversations with his deceased mommy, hounding the girl relentlessly and making furious fatal attempts on her fiance thrilled the starved viewer.