Tum Bin 2 is an Indian romantic drama film, written, co-produced and directed by Anubhav Sinha and produced by Bhushan Kumar, under the T-Series banner. The film is the sequel to the 2001 romantic drama film Tum Bin. It features Neha Sharma, Aditya Seal and Aashim Gulati in lead roles.
Tum Bin 2 is an Indian romantic drama film, written, co-produced and directed by Anubhav Sinha and produced by Bhushan Kumar, under the T-Series banner. The film is the sequel to the 2001 romantic drama film Tum Bin. It features Neha Sharma, Aditya Seal and Aashim Gulati in lead roles. less
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Only those who like sentimental stories will love this film This is a remake( or sequel) of the other film made many years back and somehow I liked the film since I am the incurably romantic type and a sucker for tear jerkers which is exactly what this film is. It is easy to run down such films and pick holes in this all too familiar love triangle but to the maker's credit I must say that it is a well made film. At least the narrative is proper(linear), the characters are believable, nothing is over the top or over dramatized, the behavior of the characters is logical and there is a definite soft touch to the proceedings. The well to do characters live in Scotland and behave appropriately. They all talk softly and sometimes in whispers which may not go well with some audiences who are used to loud overacting in the mainstream Hindi film. There is Kamaljeet Singh the father with 3 grown up daughters one of whom Taran( Neha Sharma) is the heroine who loses her fiancé Amar in a skiiing accident early in the film. While grieving this loss Neha comes in contact with a young man Shekhar who teaches her to take life positively and face her loss bravely. Some developments take place as time passes and all characters of this drama that is Neha, Taran,Shekhar, Kamaljeet and the other daughters get entangled in emotional issues leading to the climax. Director Anubhav Sinha has a familiar plot in his hands and the narrative is more or less predictable but so what ? The story telling is sensitively done and there are some touching moments' There is some ground to earth philosophy in the dialogue frequently like"life being like a summer vacation". The one I like is " the difference between what you presently are and what you wanted to become is either your bravery or cowardice in changing yourself". I am sure someone like Yash Chopra would have approved since briefly there is romance between well to do characters and there is the mandatory chiffon clad heroine in the snow and hero with the signature pose of SRK also. All three actors of the triangle Neha Sharma, Aashim Gulati and Aditya Seal have acted well indeed. Neha with her sad and soulful looks scores over the others. Kamaljeet is impressive as the father. Mention must be made of the excellent musical score which matches and augments the mood of the film.