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Tum Miley, one of the most awaited films, since the past two months, drizzles most of the time with spurts of heavy showers intermittently.  As predicted, this is a story of two lovers separated by fragile egos, who begin to understand each other finally, in the July 26’2005 mega downpour. Story of Tum Mile Akshay(Emraan Hashmi) and Sanjana(Soha Ali Khan) chance upon each other on board their flight to Mumbai from Cape Town. They are actually meeting after a period of 6 years.  The movie goes into the flash-back mode and intermittently swings into the present. When it goes into the flashback, we come to know about how the two courted each other and how they broke up eventually.  Emraan Hashmi plays an art student and Soha Ali Khan plays an activist. They fall in love, settle for a move-in relationship, and even move out quickly. The main reason for the rift is the monetary issue and the mega-ego of Emraan Hashmi’s character. When they meet in Mumbai, both take solace in each other  in the midst of the grappling Mumbai floods The last few minutes of the story dwell on how Emraan Hashmi plays the perfect hero, saves his girlfriend and loses his best friend in the biggest downpour of Mumbai history. Plus points of Tum Mile: 1. Pritam may just win an award for his superb music in Tum Mile, considering there was hardly any good music (apart from Himesh Reshamiya’s Radio) worth noting this year. 2. The camera work by Prakash Kutty and the way the floods have been shot (no matter it looks a tad ‘set-like’ in some cases), has been done in a commendable manner. 3. Kunal Deshmukh has chosen a very good subject, that people can relate to, as no one in India, particularly Mumbai, has forgotten the 26th July rain calamity. He also does a good job in covering the disaster part. 4. The screenplay is very good, especially the toggling between the flashback and the present.

Tum Miley, one of the most awaited films, since the past two months, drizzles most of the time with spurts of heavy showers intermittently.  As predicted, this is a story of two lovers separated by fragile egos, who begin to understand each other finally, in the July 26’2005 mega downpour.

Story of Tum Mile

Akshay(Emraan Hashmi) and Sanjana(Soha Ali Khan) chance upon each other on board their flight to Mumbai from Cape Town. They are actually meeting after a period of 6 years.  The movie goes into the flash-back mode and intermittently swings into the present. When it goes into the flashback, we come to know about how the two courted each other and how they broke up eventually.  Emraan Hashmi plays an art student and Soha Ali Khan plays an activist. They fall in love, settle for a move-in relationship, and even move out quickly. The main reason for the rift is the monetary issue and the mega-ego of Emraan Hashmi’s character.

When they meet in Mumbai, both take solace in each other  in the midst of the grappling Mumbai floods The last few minutes of the story dwell on how Emraan Hashmi plays the perfect hero, saves his girlfriend and loses his best friend in the biggest downpour of Mumbai history.

Plus points of Tum Mile:

1. Pritam may just win an award for his superb music in Tum Mile, considering there was hardly any good music (apart from Himesh Reshamiya’s Radio) worth noting this year.

2. The camera work by Prakash Kutty and the way the floods have been shot (no matter it looks a tad ‘set-like’ in some cases), has been done in a commendable manner.

3. Kunal Deshmukh has chosen a very good subject, that people can relate to, as no one in India, particularly Mumbai, has forgotten the 26th July rain calamity. He also does a good job in covering the disaster part.

4. The screenplay is very good, especially the toggling between the flashback and the present.

By Arunraj V.S.

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