After successfully launching his son Hrithik in his home production Kaho Na Pyaar Hai, actor-turned-director Rakesh Roshan was basking in the box-office glory when he was attacked by two unidentified assailants outside his Mumbai office.
What does KNPH stand for?
KNPH stands for Kaho Na Pyaar Hai (Indian film)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
One day I went on the sets of Kaho Na Pyaar Hai for 10 minutes, but after that day I vowed I would never go on the sets again.
caught up with the Kaho Na Pyaar Hai star on Tuesday, she was gearing up for a year of abstinence by indulging in a splurge-fest at the Dubai Mall.