In a new interview with a news portal, Himani stated that the climax scene was supposed to feature the culmination of her story with Anupam Kher in the film. However, her husband passed away just before they could leave for outdoor shoots. She reportedly had no time to think about the scene as she was busy arranging for her husband’s funeral in a strange city and then carrying his ashes to Haridwar. Apparently, she was the only one missing from the climax scene of the movie.
In another interview, Himani had earlier spoken about how all of them enjoyed and had fun shooting for the film. According to her, none of them thought the film would become a milestone. She added that everything worked beautifully — the casting, the story, the song, everything just fell into place. It just created magic.
The film remains one of the most iconic and most loved films in Bollywood to date. It also went on to become the longest-running Hindi film of all time. The film starred Shah Rukh Khan in lead roles. It also featured Amrish Puri, Farida Jalal, Mandira Bedi, and Satish Shah, among many other actors.