Tum Bin details
|Starring:||Sandali Sinha, Himanshu Malik|
|Run time:||2 hours 39 minutes|
|Rental release:||24 Apr 2003|
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Different story, nice filmBy a customer from Poole, UK , 11 Oct 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]Tum Bin is a well made film with some good performances. Priyanshu is very impressive. The story is different of sorts and the major cast has done a good job except Himanshu, who is just okay. Sandali looks nice and does her part well. Rakesh Bapat is hardly there in the film. The supporting cast is good, especially Navneet Nishan and Rajendra Gupta, who bring some fun in between. Songs are nice, and the locales of Canada are captured well on screen. Enjoy this film.
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a delightBy a customer from london , 18 Oct 2010even though it has its fault like most bollywood movies this was a very good movie with great songs, check it out
Tum Bin (2001)By a customer from London, England , 13 Apr 2010Not a very engaging film.
a movie dat touchs ur heartBy a customer from england , 12 Jun 2005brilliant movie with a good story line sandli looks pretty n the songs r toooooo gud. Watch it!!!!
movingBy a customer from London, UK , 13 May 2005priyanshu is superb - delightful despite a somewhat contrived ending.
A sweet watchable film.By Hibiscus from Surrey , 20 Feb 2005This was a sweet film with characters and actors I warmed to. Priyanshu is attractive, looking like an Indian Jeff Goldblum and is a good dancer. I enjoyed the music which I found to be more modern and integrated into the film rather than being diversions from it as in some Bollywood films. I also thought the choreography was much more modern than as in other Bollywood films. This film is not self-conscious and is all the better for it. It also shows some beautiful scenes of Canada.
I was surprised they resisted the temptation for more predictable ending scenes and was glad-it ended correctly.