Tum Milo Toh Sahi: Review

Monday, April 5, 2010

Tum Milo Toh Sahi is about love and longing in Mumbai.

Three couples from different generations struggle with the unrelenting demands of career, money, ambition, stress. A sprawling café called Lucky plays a central role in their romance and heart-ache. The idea isn’t half bad but the execution is so amateurish that you barely care whether Lucky Café and its various lovers sink or swim.Tum-Milo-Toh-Sahi


Lucky Café is managed by a lovable, enterprising Parsi lady, Dilshad Irani (Dimple Kapadia). Her outlet is popular in the locality, and faces danger of being taken over by international coffee chain, Blue Bell.

Rajagopal Subramaniam (Nana Patekar) is a lawyer who's chucked out of his firm for being too old fashioned. Subbu has his quirks. He has his deceased mom's framed picture placed on a traditional jhoola, which he swings every now and then. Forced into retirement, he develops problems with every other person and thing.

Amit Nagpal (Suniel Shetty) moves into a lavish four-bedroom flat given by his company Blue Bell, and is compelled to take possession of Lucky Café by hook or by crook. In the process, he has problems with his wife Ankita (Vidya Malvade) and kid.

Dehradun boy Bikramjit (Rehan Khan) is an army man's son. He comes to Mumbai to pursue Mass Communication, and gets lost in the city's ways. Bikram falls in love with Shalini (Anjana Sukhani), a middle-class Maharashtrian girl who portrays herself to be a rich, high-flying girl.


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