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Movie Review: Tum Milo Toh Sahi (2010)

Users Rating: [ratings] ★★☆☆☆
Box Office: Flop

tum-milo-toh-sahiLove knows no language. Love knows no barriers. Love knows no age. It’s this thought that director Kabir Sadanand tries to encapsulate in his second directorial venture TUM MILO TOH SAHI.

TUM MILO TOH SAHI may not be the most amazing take on relationships, but it has several moments that make you experience myriad emotions in those two hours. Especially the portions involving Nana Patekar and Dimple Kapadia. Having said that, it must be pointed out that the Rehan-Anjana portions are just not captivating. They lack the power to keep you hooked. Yet, the outcome is much better than what’s being churned out in the name of cinema and entertainment these days.

Final word? Watch it, especially for veterans like Nana and Dimple, whose stellar act proves that old is gold, indeed!

Promo:

It is about the meeting of souls (Nana Patekar and Dimple Kapadia), the meeting of minds (Suniel Shetty and Vidya Malavade Dayrna) and the meeting of hearts (Rehan Khan and Anjana Sukhani), underlining that love is the driving force in people’s lives, irrespective of age… from school kids to the youth of today, from people in their mid-Lives’ crises to those who are sixty plus. The journey of life slowly aids the unraveling and discovery of Love in all its different shades and hues, at different stages; it brings with it the bitter, the sweet and sometimes the spicy, making life worth living.

TUM MILO TOH SAHI is a film about human victory, when ordinary people come together to combine their strengths and stand by what they believe in.

Whoever you are, you will surely rediscover love in the wonderful journey of TUM MILO TOH SAHI.

Reviews:

Good Reviews  |  Average Reviews  |  Bad Reviews
Positive Reviews
4.0 “not a gimmicky film, nor does it preach. It just unspools a story which leaves a great feeling inside, puts a smile on your face and fans the desire to reconnect with some of the people you may have lost touch with. Go, meet.”
Movie Talkies
Average Reviews
2.5 “not as sharp in its sensitivities on love as could have been. ‘Lekin tum dekho to sahi’.”
IANS
2.5 “has decent merits that should find flavor with the multiplex junta of Mumbai mainly, thanks to its Mumbai-centric theme. Watch it for the wonderful performances by Nana and Dimple! “
IndiaFM
2.5 “not as sharp in its sensitivities on love as could have been. ‘Lekin tum dekho to sahi’.”
IANS
2.5 “has decent merits that should find flavor with the multiplex junta of Mumbai mainly, thanks to its Mumbai-centric theme. Watch it for the wonderful performances by Nana and Dimple! “
IndiaFM
Negative Reviews
2.0 “For all those who think Nana Patekar is great with comedy, go watch the film. And for all the people who love Dimple Kapadia the lady remains as charming and feisty as ever please see it. Else give it a miss.”
Rediff
2.0 “Sandesh Shandilya`s musical score is decent and Pushan Kripalani`s cinematography commendable but the screenplay looks static and dialogues are bad. Watch the film for Nana and Dimple!”
RadioSargam
2.0 “just a timepass watch over a cuppa of coffee. “
ApunKaChoice
2.0 “For all those who think Nana Patekar is great with comedy, go watch the film. And for all the people who love Dimple Kapadia the lady remains as charming and feisty as ever please see it. Else give it a miss.”
Rediff
2.0 “Sandesh Shandilya`s musical score is decent and Pushan Kripalani`s cinematography commendable but the screenplay looks static and dialogues are bad. Watch the film for Nana and Dimple!”
RadioSargam
2.0 “While the film is endurable enough that we wouldn’t want director Kabir Sadanand to say us Sorry, it isn’t entertaining enough that we would want to say him Thank You. “
IndiaTimes
2.0 “Not adding much and new to the already crowded genre, Nana and Dimple with their brilliance makes it pleasant at least in their parts. Go for them only.”
IndiaGlitz
2.0 “The screenplay is static and the dialogue, superbly low IQ. Few films can survive lines like these.”
NDTV
1.5 “Since coffee is used as a metaphor to bring people together in this movie, I suggest you spike yours with a large shot of whiskey to make the pain of watching this a little easier. “
Rajeev Masand
1.0 “a movie that would do a respectable job of filling an empty afternoon, provided you’re okay with a dose of nothingness.”
Full Hyderabad

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