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Tum Mile
A predictable bore

Director: Kunal Deshmukh

Starring: Emraan Hashmi, Soha Ali Khan, Sachin Khedekar & RJ Mantra


Ali Taha (Emraan) meets Sanjana (Soha) on board of their flight to Mumbai from Cape Town. Here on the film proceeds on & back & forth narrative revealing them being ex-lovers. Three years back then Ali was a art student & had lost his heart to the activist Sanjana. They both had progressed to a live in relationship in speedy time as well. But monetary issues leading to ego clashes had broken their relationship apart. After arriving in Mumbai on the ill fated day of 26th July 2005, they go onto encounter the biggest floods in the history of Mumbai. The rest of the film is about the couple battling for their lives after being stuck in the rain & floods. In their struggle for survival, they learn more about each other & things which they had not known in all those years of being together.

Emraan is only getting better with each passing film & in here as well they is impressive. Soha Ali Khan delivers her best performance till date going through a gamut of expressions with brilliant ease. Amongst the rest cast the only three to leave a mark is debutant RJ Mantra. They is lovely playing Emraan's buddy.

Tum Mile is more of a romantic film with the natural disaster backdrop added for effect. If you are going in expecting India's first disaster movie then you will be in for a major disillusionment. So pick it at your own preference.

Kunal Deshmukh's shows technical department improvement after his debut film Jannat. His treatment of the love story though predictable is lovely as well. But they most often keep sensing that the water situation things which appear more thrilling have deliberately taken a back chair with the flash back & romance between the lead pair taking more prominence. This all leads to the film being boring at plenty of places. There was a recent news item that Mahesh Bhatt cut short the water shots to give more importance to the romantic track. Well not a wise decision they may say. The stock footage of the floods & the computer graphics are a let down at plenty of places but the three thing that doesn't dissappoint is the film's music. Pritam deserves full marks for his consistency in delivery great music which is already ruling the charts along with his score for last Friday's release Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani. Camerawork by Prakash Kutty is lovely. The work gone in recreating the water situation is commendable as well.
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