|Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya|
|Directed by||Rajat Mukherjee|
|Written by||Rajat Mukherjee|
|Produced by||Ram Gopal Varma|
|Edited by||Chandan Arora|
|Music by||Sandeep Chowta|
|Distributed by||Eros Entertainment|
Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya (transl. Love...What Have You Done?) is a 2001 Indian Hindi-language romantic thriller film produced by Ram Gopal Varma, and directed by Rajat Mukherjee. It stars Fardeen Khan, Urmila Matondkar and Sonali Kulkarni. The soundtrack was composed by Sandeep Chowta. The film, which marked Mukherjee's directorial debut, is mainly known for Matondkar's remarkable performance as an obsessed lover. It served as the remake of the film Fatal Attraction, and was commercially successful.
Ria (Urmila Matondkar) is a headstrong loner angry woman and the only daughter of a rich businessman in Mumbai, Mr Jaiswal (Suresh Oberoi). Jaiswal loves his daughter but is concerned about her possessive nature. One day Ria sets out for a vacation in Goa. Jai (Fardeen Khan) is a fashion photographer, happily married to Geeta (Sonali Kulkarni). He meets Ria and takes photos of her without permission and publishes them in the magazine he works for. The magazine becomes a hit because of the pictures. The chief editor wants Ria to model for their magazine but she refuses because she is angry at Jai for publishing her pictures without asking her. Jai manages to convince her to model and she falls in love with him. She wants to talk to Jai about marriage but when she visits his home, she is shocked to meet Geeta. Shaken and distraught, Ria slips into depression.
Ria confesses her feelings to Jai, who is startled. Seeing her weeping so much, he tells her that he would have accepted her love if not married. Jai tells Geeta everything and vows to stay away from Ria. However, Ria starts to get possessive about Jai, unable to forget him. She makes a suicide attempt and calls him in the middle of the night. Jai has no choice but to save and console her. This troubles Geeta and she tells Jai to file a police complaint. Jai and Geeta mend their relationship and go out on a date but that same night, Ria breaks down and Jai consoles her again. This angers Geeta even more.
Jai attends a company party with Geeta, not knowing that Ria has also been invited. Ria now wants Jai at any cost and flirts with him in front of Geeta, who leaves fuming. At home, Jai and Geeta have a huge argument and Geeta leaves in anger. She realizes her mistake and decides to go back but Ria breaks in and starts getting intimate with Jai. Geeta enters the house and loses control on seeing them. She accidentally falls onto a glass table and hurts her head. Jai takes her to the hospital.
Ria tells Geeta that she should leave the marriage and let her and Jai live happily. Geeta explains that Jai does not love Ria as she so thinks and nothing can break their relationship. Jai decides to leave the city because of Ria's obsessive nature. Ria calls, asking to meet one last time. Jai agrees but instead goes to meet Mr Jaiswal and tells him the truth. Jai calls Geeta and hears her being attacked by someone.
It's Ria, who has become completely unstable. She attempts to kill Geeta so that she can win Jai's love. Geeta tries to escape but fails. Just as Ria is about to kill her, Jai arrives. He pleads with her to let Geeta go and he will leave Geeta to be with her. Ria, convinced, runs toward Jai but he slaps her hard, making her unconscious. Mr Jaiswal arrives and Jai tells him what Ria did.
Six months later, Geeta and Jai are happy with their life once again while Ria is housed at a mental hospital. Her father arrives at Jai's house, asking him to meet her one last time as it's her birthday and it's only Jai that can make any impact on her. Jai agrees. Upon seeing Jai, Ria loses control and shakes him until her father and the hospital crew pull her away. Jai is left feeling guilty at Ria's mental condition.
- Urmila Matondkar as Ria Jaiswal
- Fardeen Khan as Jai
- Sonali Kulkarni as Geeta
- Suresh Oberoi as Mr. Jaiswal
- Achint Kaur as Ria's Mother
- Rajpal Yadav as Rampal Yadav / Chhota Vakeel
- Ravi Baswani as Vispy
- Gautami Kapoor Mrs Jaiswal
- Writer - Rajat Mukherjee
- Director - Rajat Mukherjee
- Producer - Ram Gopal Varma
- Executive Producer - A. V. S. Raju
- Music - Sandeep Chowta
- Cinematography - Sanjay Kapoor 
- Editor - Chandan Arora
- Lyrics - Nitin Raikwar
- Screenplay - Rajat Mukherjee
- Choreographer - Ganesh Hegde, Umesh Jadhav
- Action Director - Amin Gani
- Art Director - Sameer Chanda
- Costume Designers - Nakul Sen, Shahid Amir
- Publicity Design - Endeavour
- Visual Effects - Soloman
- Assistants to Action Director - Bala, Usman
- Assistants to Art Director - Firoz, Mrinal Das, Sunil Nigvekar
- Assistant Cinematographers - Mahendra Jedhe, Suresh P. Shetty
- Assistant Director - Siddharth Tiwari
- Assistant Editor - Amit Parmar
- Hair Stylist - Sharada
- Laboratory - Adlabs
- Make-Up - Eknath, Ojas Rajani, Prakash Purohit, Shaida
- Operative Cameraman - Kamal Tack
- Still Photographer - Suresh Natrajan
- Production Controller - Siraj Kasmani
- Re-recordist - Anup Dev, Murali
The music and background score was composed by Sandeep Chowta.The song "Roundhe" is copied from Bram Stoker's Dracula theme whereas the title track has been copied from The Exorcist:2 theme. The film's soundtrack was one of the most successful to come out from that year. "Kambhkht Ishq" and the title track became a rage among the youth. "Kambhkht Ishq" took its entire musical structure from the Afro Celt Sound System song "Eireann" without any credit to them. For one of the songs "Mujhko Khuda Ne De Diya" Sandeep Chowta reused his own cult hit "Devudu Karunisthadani" from Telugu film Prema Katha.
|Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya|
|Soundtrack album by|
|Label||Venus Records & Tapes|
All lyrics are written by Nitin Raikwar.
|1.||"Kambakth Ishq"||Sonu Nigam, Sukhwinder Singh, Asha Bhosle|
|2.||"Pyar Tune Kya Kiya"||Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik|
|3.||"Ku Ku Ku"||Sonu Nigam|
|4.||"Roundhe I"||Alisha Chinai|
|5.||"Pyar Tune Kya Kiya"||K. S. Chitra|
|6.||"Mujh Ko Khuda Ne De Diya"||Kavita Subramaniam, Sonu Nigam|
|7.||"Kambakth Mix"||Sonu Nigam, Sukhwinder Singh, Asha Bhosle|
|8.||"Roundhe II"||Sowmya Raoh|
The film received mixed to positive reviews with Matondkar's performance being praised the most. Taran Adarsh from Bollywood Hungama wrote "the 'actual hero' of the film is definitely Urmila Matondkar, who will walk away with all laurels at the end of the day. Her career-best performance, she oozes intensity, love, hate, relentlessness and obsessive behaviour with perfection. And despite the fact that her character gets nuttier as the movie tags along, it is to Urmila's credit that we are able to feel for her pathetic persona.
Planet Bollywood wrote "Performances by the cast were all first rate. Fardeen does a great job in the film. He has a confident screen presence, and he is overcoming is anglicized accent well. His emotional scenes still need a little work, but otherwise he is very good here. Sonali Kulkarni also does a competent job. Geeta isn't a complex character but she is very insecure, yet understanding. Sonali does a great job in bringing her emotional issues across well on screen and makes Geeta an extremely convincing character. The star of the show is Urmila who is simply mind blowing in this film. The film is sure to get her nominated for best actress or even in some cases best villain. Not only does she look amazing, but she acts so well it will leave you speechless. If you hate everything else in the film, her performance will surely win you over! Her last two scenes in the film are simply breath taking. Ladies and gentlemen stand up and applaud this fantastic performance! 
Apunka Choice Wrote "Urmila grooves in perfectly as Riya. She convincingly portrays erratic moods of a person. He bubbly buoyancy will not go unnoticed. Particularly laudable is her depiction of two different shades of a same person. First, as vulnerable as any other girl and later a suicidal, she-of-the-killer-instinct, a la Glen Close in Hollywood hit Fatal Attraction, Urmila gives a power-packed performance." 
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