Yes, you can agree with Shahrukh Khan. Kabhi Hann Kabhi Na, the 93'' Kundan Shah comedy with a lot of genuinelly touching moments, would definitely remain close to your heart. The film tells the story of a bubbly lad Sunil( Shahrukh Khan) who is crazy about two things: music(he''s a trumpet-player) and Anna(his childhood crush). Anna is played by Suchitra Krishnamoorty. Sunil is a show-stealer. Be it his spiritedness or his innocence or the sweet propensity for harmless lie-- Sunil, in spite of not being an achiever like Chris(Whom Sunil only rivals for the love of Anna), has always been the blue-eyed boy. Now the early half of the movie is thrived by the comic quotients from some of the finest actors of India like Nasiruddin Shah, Anjan Shrivastav, Satish Shah, Tiku Talsania and of course Mr. Shahrukh Khan. The plot sheds its upbeat mood a bit in the latter half though nevertheless it traces the gradual maturity of Sunil. We can recall the scene where Sunil confesses the act of flunking to his fathers in the public and the most heart-rending yet the most admiring comes at the end where we see him sacrificing his love. Tough once dismissed by Chris(Dipak Tijori)''s family, Anna still loves Chris. Sunil pays fuul respect to Anna''s love and backs out from the race. It''s one of those rare Bollywood pot-boilers where the hero ( and who is such an archetype of goodness!) turns out to be the loser.
Anyway, perhaps due to Sunil''s angelic goodness,the poetic justice is done to him as he chances to meet a new girl(Juhi Chowla). The climax implies that in this girl, Sunil''ll find his new love. Love once says ''no'' to him, but this time it might ring ''yes''. This is one of the early movies of Shahrukh Khan that brought him to the limelight of stardom. Be it in the comic scene with Chris( where Sunil tries persuading him from marrying Anna) or in the confession scene with his father or in the hummable romantic songs: Shahrukh Khan excelled in all the facets of acting. He got his reward in the form of critic''s choice for the best actor in the Filmfare Award. Having been in the acting business fro over 15 years, Sunil stiil remains one of Shahrukh''s favourite roles. When asked by the Hindustan Times over the reason for his soft corner for Sunil, SRK says that he not only liked the performance but also the character itself. He laments that he is like the character of Sunil, only less pure and less innocent.