Shahrukh Khan starrer Main Hoon Na which released in 2004 went on to be a superhit. The film was different and saw SRK romancing Sushmita Sen. The songs, storyline and the plot were accepted by the audiences. When asked if there's a sequel to the film in the making, Farah Khan responds as,
"If someone gives me a great idea, I would love to make a sequel to MHN. Among my films, MHN is one of the most loved (by fans). Despite my other movies doing better in terms of money, I, too, love this film the most. But to make a sequel, the story has to be really special. Currently, I don't know how to take the story of MHN forward. Maybe it is because my movies never have loose ends. So, I don't want to create a franchise, just for the sake of it."
Hot For Teacher
Sushmita Sen played the role of a hot teacher in the movie Main Hoon Na. Her role id remembered even till date by the audiences.
None can forget Sushmita Sen's oomph factor in Main Hoon Na. She looked like a Million bucks!
While Amrita Rao was paired opposite Zayed Khan, Sushmita was paired along Shahrukh Khan.
The opening scene of Shahrukh Khan coming out from the railway station was the highlight of the movie.
Shahrukh Khan slayed it with his looks as a student in Main Hoon Na & the second half saw him as a soldier in the Indian Army.
Head Over Heels!
Shahrulh Khan falls in love with his own teacher Sushmita Sen and the song sequence is way too funny and hilarious.
Zayed Khan played the role of a 'long haired cool dude' in the movie Main Hoon Na, later chops his hair due to pressure from his mom.
The chemistry between Shahrukh Khan and Sushmita Sen in Main Hoon Na was way beyond amazing!
No Sequel Folks
Unfortunately there would be no sequel for Main Hoon Na confirms film-maker Farah Khan.
Farah Khan said that a lot of people still talk about the movie whenever they meet her, "Audiences still remember all the characters, including those of Satish Shah and Bindu." She also said that sequels becoming a hit are very rare, "they are fun, but rarely has a sequel beaten the popularity of the original, even in Hollywood."
"The only thing the sequel always makes is more money. Maybe Dhoom 2 (2006) was better (story-wise) than the original Dhoom (2004). But I feel, usually, franchises simply cash in on the success of the original," quipped Farah Khan.