Ajay Devgan for Phool aur katein
Son of a Don, with his extra ordinary skill of pillion ridding on two bikes at the same time (calls for an iron clawed, rubber flexible groin), the same skill that helps him fight an estimated 100 odd men armed with the latest sophisticated weapons of their times and his innate ability to fight the bad guys irrespective of the consequences.
Fictitious sources confirmed Ajay's willingness to Participate in the Republic day parade to do manoeuvres on the bikes with the Navy guys, However due to the mismatch of his 'use only one eye at a time' hair cut with the soldier's hair cut he was singled out.
Sunil Shetty and Akshay Kumar for Waqt humara Hai
Two initial enemies, then best of friends together save the world from another nuclear disaster! Somehow the trigger to a nuclear bomb a radium water bottle like thing finds itself in the possession of the two college studs who are unaware of this asset. After a round of dancing around trees and brainstorming on the nuclear threat, the duo effortlessly overpower the mighty General Chikara (Now this guy runs a terrorist organization with a hierarchical dress code and toy guns) who falls helpless with his entire terrorist backing at the hands of these two extraordinaire men. Sob Sob, what a sorry terrorist.
Tushar Kapoor for Mujhe kuch Kehna Hai
Born looser who knows nothing but Love, Wow!!! And another bunch of looser friends dedicated to uniting the two. You are granted clemency on grounds of the movie being your debut. Somehow I've always wondered why your face doesn't remotely resemble either parents.
Prabhu Deva (Deva rey Deva) for Humse hai Muqabla
Thank you AR Rahman for making the movie what it turned out to be. Another college student saves a hospital this time from a dangerous Bomb Blast.
Aftab Shivdasani for Mast
For whoever remembers this movie, It burns my heart to even talk about it but the best of my memory tells me its something like one college student actually meets his bed time fantasy girl Urmilla Matondkar and then runs away with her, saves her from the evil world of Ram Gopal Verma ( Onscreen ) . There's more but this is all I can put you'll through.
Jimmy Shergil, Jugal Hansraj, Uday Chopra( thanks to producer father) and Shah Rukh Khan for Mohobaatein
Three "KOOL" students in a haunted castle like college with a vampire supremo, Big B. Now this man pushing seventies does not want his students to fall in love, Obviously, what do you expect a principal of a college with hunks like these and a women's college in the surrounding to do?!!! I quite liked it till here, I mean which principal in our country would risk advocating Love on Campus, How many mms'es can we handle but never mind such a staunch man is averse to Love,(two reasons I believe could be true 1. He has passed his prime so the drive has faded 2. He has no wife in the movie) till a stammering musician with rimless glasses opens this man's eyes to LOVE, lots of glycerine later the old man realises how he has wasted his prime years and submits himself to love. :-)
Shah Rukh Khan For Kuch Kuch Hota hai
Guys got to be lucky Rani Mukherje in college and some years down the line Kajol that too brokered by his daughter. Rahul from KKHH sure will have many tales to tell his grandchildren. I swear I've spent countless nights gazing at the sky in hope of spotting that one shooting star and trust me Kuch Nahi Hota Hai.
Technically the list is endless, but from these movies all I can conclude is:
1. Our students either save the world: at least in the early nineties they did. Now they are too lost in worldly vices am guessing.
2. Our movies LOVE showing Students in LOVE or Fighting for LOVE or just about doing anything for LOVE. Wonder if they had to make a sequel to any of these movies what would it be like. The Extra Hot Chick in college has now unusually ballooned thanks to post pregnancy effects and the Hero stands in awe: holding his head screaming to himself DHOKAAAA!!!!!!!!