Tum Bin...


Starring Himanshu Malik, Priyanshu Chatterjee, Sandali Sinha, Rakesh Bobat

Directed by Anubhav Sinha



Amar (Rakesh Bapat) is a businessman from Canada and comes to India shopping for a perfect wedding saree for his wife-to-be Pia (sandali sinha). And in one party in town he meets a business consultant Shekar Malhotra (Priyanshu Chatterjee). Strangely, it is the very speeding car of this Shekar that goes beyond control and runs over Amar. 

So Shekar can't take the guilt any more and so he decides to fly to Calgary, Canada and come clean before Amar's folks. Here he also gets close to Pia and even begins to fall in love, but he keeps his feelings safely tucked somewhere away.

But another twist comes with the arrival of a third guy, a rich and wealthy Abhigyan (Himanshu) and he too falls for Pia. There is something about Pia! But even he too fails to express his true feelings for her.

Now from here or lot of filmi craps get in the way and the movie takes some routine bollywood routes to get it over with.  



The movie goes on a track so predictable, more like one of your TV soap operas. Or maybe that's just an impression i am getting b'coz of watching these regular TV faces on the big screen.

Sandali Sinha is not exactly the kind of girl you would be looking to play such a central role of the movie. 

Moreover the character of Sandali's is a poor one, completely messed up by the writers.

Aftera while, the movie becomes very filmi with the formula takes over everything creative!



The makers, T-Series, have done their best in promoting this movie. And then, a bit of out-of-mouth publicity is helping this movie to get some audiences. 

Both the lead actors Himanshu and Priyanshu have done a good job in the movie. Hopefully it might help them to grab some good roles in bigger movies.

Director Anubhav Sinha has done a decent job to keep the movie watchable inspite of all its predictability.

The music also have managed to catch the fancy of the audiences.

The technical aspects of the movie is also really good.

 F I N A L   V E R D I C T 

TUM BIN is a movie that might not be ground-breaking stuff. But then it is still better than several of those other top Bollywood flicks. But what is really praiseworthy is the efforts of the cast members which eventually makes the movie a timepass.

All one can hope is that it gets the kind of audience it deserves!


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