Tum? (2004)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Drama, Thriller, Romance
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Total Reviews: 8
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Review Summary: Sadly neither the young guy's obsessive streak leaves much of an impressio

Average Critic Rating: (2.25)
Cast: Manisha Koirala , Karan Nath , Rajat Kapoor , Netanya Singh , Aman Verma , Bobby Darling
Director: Aruna Raje
Release Date: 20 Feb 2004

Plot: Kamini Gupta (Manisha Koirala) and Vinod Gupta (Rajat Kapoor) with their two children are happy family. Vinod, a CEO of a multinational corporation is very busy and has no time for the family. He is unable to make it to his wedding anniversary, leaving Kamini all alone. A young photographer, Read more

Tum? - Top Reviews

In the 1980s, the South film industry churned out a slew of socials/family sagas with Jeetendra heading the cast.
Taran Adarsh, SIFY
Sadly neither the young guy's obsessive streak leaves much of an impressio
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
When you saunter into a cinema hall screening TUM?, you expect to watch a sensitive film that deals with a 'Summer of 42' kind of an issue, of a young man falling in love with an elderly woman.
Taran Adarsh, SIFY

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Tum? - All Reviews

Tum? A Dangerous Obsession is saturated with "could have beens". Tum?could have been an engrossing thriller. TUM?could have been a sensitive romance. TUM?could have been the turning point of Manisha Koirala’s, Karan Nath’s–even Aman Verma’s– careers. Inst
Ron Ahluwalia, Planet Bollywood
Director : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Aruna Raje  Himesh Reshammiya  Sameer  Manisha Koirala, Karan Nath, Netanya Singh, Rajat Kapoor.By Subhash K Jha, IANS Adultery is no laughing matter. But many a time you're cornered into chuckling in this film about
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Tulsi tells the story of Tulsi [ Manisha Koirala ], married to a drunkard Suraj [Irrfan]. The couple is blessed with four kids. One evening, while Suraj is away, his friend [Yashpal Sharma] tries to molest Tulsi. When Suraj gets to know of it, he beats Ya
The Hindi film industry is notorious for being 'inspired' from Hollywood films. Now, that is not bad really.
Ronjita Kulkarni, Rediff 
This would be better for her to switch to matured roles
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