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Goofs for
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998)

Continuity: When Anjali reads the letter from her birth mother, the writing on the letter disappears and reappears between shots.

Continuity: While dancing at the summer camp, Anjali is wearing a ring with AUM in her right hand's finger, however when she moves her hand on Rahul's face, she is wearing ring with a diamond. Then afterward, again the AUM ring appears.

Continuity: In one scene where Anjali and Rahul are talking at school, Anjali is leaning on a phone booth. When she moves away, the receiver falls, In the next shot, it's in its place again.

Goofs for
Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... (2001

Crew or equipment visible: At the start of the song "Dewana Hai Dekho" when Hrithik Roshan opens the door of the red car, the cameraman is reflected in the door.

Continuity: Before the song "You Are My Soniya", when Poo is hitting on Rohan, she is wearing two different shoes. Then in the song she is wearing two of the same shoes.

Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): Years later when Rohan meets Pooja again, after he recites the tongue twister "Chandu ka Chacha," he says he finally got it. But he forgets to say the line "chandni raat mein," so he doesn't get it right.

Anachronisms: After Hrithik comes to stay at SRK's home in England, one morning Hrithik gives a lift to SRK to his office as his car tire is punctured. On the way, they put on a match commentary. The match is taking place in England (Oval) and it is morning. They say that only last over is remaining and after some time they declare that India has won. The match is ending around 9 - 10 AM so would have to have started around 2AM.

Anachronisms: Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya Bachchan dance to the song "Aati Kya Khandala" in 1991. However, the song came out in 1998.

Goofs for
Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003)

Audio/visual unsynchronized: When Naina returns home from Central Park, her lips say, "St Paul's Cathedral."

Revealing mistakes: During the title song, "Kal Ho Naa Ho," at the scene where Aman and Naina are dancing in the night, after Aman touches Naina with the rose, it shows him throw the rose behind him, and at the end of the embrace the rose reappears in his hand.

Audio/visual unsynchronized: In the start of the song "It's the Time to Disco" the sound of a zipper being opened is heard much before Preity Zinta actually opens the zipper of the jacket.

Crew or equipment visible: In the scene where Aman Mathur enters the kitchen to look for Rohit Patel, who has gone for a date with Camilla, he and Kanta Bhen have a conversation in the kitchen, in front of the glass door. The reflection of the boom mike is visible on the glass door.

Errors in geography: Throughout the film, shots of New York are interposed with similar shots of Toronto. The film tries to make the viewer believe that the Toronto shots are, in fact, New York, but the architectural styles and obvious Toronto landmarks are completely different than those found in New York.

Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): At the end of the "Pretty Woman" musical sequence, Jaswinder misses the cue to begin clapping.

Goofs for
Main Hoon Na (2004

Continuity: 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.

Revealing mistakes: In the final fight between Ram and Radhava, several of the punches obviously do not connect.

Continuity: When luck falls of the roof, and grabs the gutter, it bends. In the next angle, it is straight again. Again in the next angle, it is bent.

Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): During the T.V 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".

Goofs for
Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006)

Errors in geography: When Dev is leaving for Toronto from Grand Central Station in NYC, he boards a SEPTA R1 train. SEPTA's R1 only serves Philadelphia, its suburbs and airport.

Errors in geography: All throughout the movie, everyone refers to the game Dev plays as football. But the setting is the US, and in the US the sport is called "soccer".

Revealing mistakes: When Dev converts the penalty shot, the long shot reveals a player going on his knees, pulling his shirt over his face, with his bare chest visible. In the next shot, a close-up shot repeats the exact same thing - only this time the actor is wearing a vest beneath his shirt.

Goofs for
Don (2006/)

Incorrectly regarded as goofs: In one scene as Don goes to the safe to lock his DVD, Edvard Munch's painting "The Scream" is seen in the background (implying he was perhaps involved in its theft from Munch Museum in 2004). However, the painting had been recovered by the release of the movie. The Filmakers cleverly used this in the UK promotion of the movie by suggesting the recovered painting was the fake, and the painting in Don's safe was the original.

Goofs for
Chak De! India (2007)

Factual errors: The word 'Gaddaar' (traitor) written with simple coal on front wall of kabir Khan's house remains intact, even after more than seven years.

Continuity: When Kabir Khan takes his crew to give a farewell lunch, they end up fighting with a group of anti-social elements, in the fiasco one of the girl pushes a guy off the bar and he falls on a car breaking its windshield. Later on in a long shot at the end of the scene, one can see the car intact.

Goofs for
Om Shanti Om (2007)

Continuity: After Mukhesh Mehra locks up Shanthi in the burning studio of OSO while kissing her good bye, his hands change. From inside it’s the right hand, but from outside shot its the left hand.

Crew or equipment visible: In the scene where Om and his mother are looking at the moon through the window, the camera starts rising. In the background, you can see a crew member standing behind Khan and Kher, stepping back to avoid getting into the field.

Continuity: Near the end of the movie, when the Chandelier falls on Mukesh (Arjun Rampal), you see the entire Chandelier is broken, yet in the next scene you see the Chandelier still active up to Om's (Shahrukh Khan's) height, with him looking through it to see the ghost of Shantipriya.

Continuity: When Mukesh Mehra (Arjun Rampal) is hit by the falling Chandelier, he falls in front of the crowd. Later on, when the crowd has disappeared, the chandelier is miraculously fixed by the time Mukesh Mehra regains consciousness.

Goofs for
Munnabhai M.B.B.S. (2003)

Continuity: When Dr. Asthana barges angrily in the ward after the song "Seekh Lay", Zaheer, the patient hugs him to cool him down. During these shots Zaheer's head is alternatively towards the left or facing Dr. Asthana.

• The only film in which Dilip Kumar and Raj Kumar acted together apart from 'Saudagar' was 'Paigham'.

• In the early stages of her career, Karisma Kapoor was mortally terrified of photo-sessions.

• Bikram Saluja is a tennis Champion.

• While shooting for the underwater scene in KNPH, Hrithik Roshan's foot got stuck in a rocky crevice and he nearly drowned.

• Shamita Shetty is deeply into Sports and Body training and holds a Diploma in Fashion Designing.

• Akshay Kumar is superstitious. He will never write anything on a page unless he first heads it with an "Om".

• Believe it or not, but Amitabh is a great fan of Brazilian soccer players. His favorite however is Rudd Gullit. He also has a fondness for golf.

• Vibrant Talent Manoj Bajpai of the "Bhiku Mhatre" fame failed several screen tests before finally getting a break in filmdom !!

• Salman Khan likes to collect soaps. In his bathroom, there is a collection of all kinds of handmade and herbal soaps. His favourite are soaps made from natural fruit and vegetable extracts.

• Aishwarya Rai's pet name at home is 'Gullu' and Salman's is 'Sallu'.

• Pyaar Ishq Aur Mohabbat is the first Hindi film to be shot in a single start to finish schedule.

• Aishwarya's first ever commercial was for Camlin pencils while in 9th grade.

• In his youth, actor Dharmendra was such a big fan of actress Suraiya that he walked miles to watch her film Dillagi, over 40 times.

• ... Sushmita Sen keeps a python as a pet ..

• Many years ago, Mahesh Bhatt and daughter Pooja Bhatt had created a sensation by posing for a picture, kissing lip to lip. Pooja was in her teens then.

• When Mithun and Sridevi were involved, Mithun had given Sri a pet name. He used to call her Pepsi. This was before the soft drink came to India.

• Actor Amjad Khan was almost dropped from Sholay because scriptwriter Javed Akhtar found his voice weak for Gabbar Singh's role.

• Raveena Tandon had adopted two girls from an orphanage a few years ago. The girls live with her and are, at present, schooling.

• Aamir Khan was supposed to play the role of Max in Josh which is now being played by Shahrukh.

• Raj Kapoor launched dream girl, Hema Malini in the lead role for 'Sapno Ka Saudagar' opposite himself in 1968.

• Charlie Chaplin himself once won third prize in a Charlie Chaplin look-alike contest.

• Meena Kumari has also six fingers on her right hand. It take good care to not shown it any of the scenes of films she had done.

• The only time in the history of any Indian award, when the best female playback singer award was shared was between Ila Arun and Alka Yagnik for 'Choli Ke Peeche' in 'Khalnayak'

• Of all the characters in his directorial debut 'Dil Chahta Hai', Farhaan Akhtar definitely wanted Saif Ali Khan as Sameer, Dimple as Tara and Preity as Shalini

• Choreographer Saroj Khan was very upset for her choreography for Tabu's dance number Rang De in 'Thakshak' went absolutely unnoticed at all award ...

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