Tum Bin 2
2D

Tum Bin 2

Hindi
DramaRomance
18 Nov, 2016
2 hrs 26 mins
61%
3,739 votes
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SYNOPSIS
8 months after Taran lost her fiance Amar in a skiing accident in the French Alps that her family could really convince her to move on with life. It was baby steps in the beginning with the help of her own sisters that she began to get a hold of her present and future. The wonderful memories from the past still haunted her. Every street in Glasgow where she spent wonderful moments with her drew her back to Amar. And then Shekhar came in to her life. At 26 Shekhar was privileged to have been through the worst and the best that life can offer. He was a wise man who knew the exact meanings of life of death both. Taran found solace in his company. She discovered to tread in to the life ahead. Most people do not live one fairy tale love story in a life time and Taran was on the verge of living another when......... Love stories are not simple. Love is a choice that the heart must make, not the mind. Taran is caught in the conflict of the two. The right answer is in the mind and the best answer is in the heart.
Verdict: An over-the-top, romantic sob fest. It was 15 years ago that Anubhav Sinha’s film Tum Bin released and was a surprising hit among the masses. 2016 has been the year of sequels with numerous filmmakers attempting a sequel, hoping to bank on the success of the first. While this has worked for a film […]... ...Read full review
Taran (Neha Sharma) finds solace in Shekhar (Aditya Seal) while coping with the untimely death of her boyfriend Amar (Aashim Gulati). Love eventually finds a way as Shekhar helps Taran get on with her life. His companionship heals her wounds and almost mends her broken heart, until fate comes knocking ...Read full review
When Tum Bin released in 2001, it was a surprise hit with four debutante actors - Sandali Sinha, Priyanshu Chatterjee, Himanshu Malik and Raqesh Vashisht, who was then known as Rakesh Bapat. They did not attract much of an opening collection, but the melancholic love saga found its way into the hearts of the audience. They soon flocked to theatres, making it a hit. (It earned around Rs 99 crore in an era when Rs 100 crore was not a club yet.) ...Read full review
It was with Tum Bin that director Anubhav Sinha got his start in Bollywood. It was 2001, the year the Mumbai film industry delivered two of the new millennium`s most memorable films, Lagaan and Dil Chahta Hai. ...Read full review
One of the biggest challenges for a sequel is to get out of the shadow of its prequel. And when the predecessor is a hit, the challenge only gets tougher. ...Read full review

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