You've Got Mail (1998) is Available in Hindi Dubbed

 "You've Got Mail" is a 1998 romantic comedy film directed by Nora Ephron. The movie stars Tom Hanks as Joe Fox and Meg Ryan as Kathleen Kelly, two people who develop an anonymous online friendship without realizing that they are business rivals in the real world.

The story is set against the backdrop of the early days of the internet, with Joe and Kathleen communicating through email, unaware of each other's true identities. Joe is the owner of a large bookstore chain, while Kathleen runs a small independent bookstore that is struggling due to competition from Joe's chain.

As Joe and Kathleen's online connection deepens, their real-world business rivalry intensifies, leading to a series of comedic and heartwarming moments. The film explores themes of love, business ethics, and the changing landscape of commerce in the digital age.

"You've Got Mail" is known for its charming performances by Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, as well as its witty and romantic screenplay. The film is a loose adaptation of the 1940 film "The Shop Around the Corner," and it pays homage to the earlier classic while updating the story for the modern era.

The title of the film became particularly iconic due to the famous AOL email greeting "You've Got Mail," which was popular during the late 1990s when online communication was still relatively new for many people. The movie remains a favorite among fans of romantic comedies.