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Tumko Na Bhool Paayenge...

Movie Review: Tumko Na Bhool Paayenge
Starring: Salman Khan, Sushmita Sen, Diya Mirza, Johnny Lever, Inder Kumar, Rajpal Yadav
Director: Pankaj Parasher

Producer: Baba Films

"Tumko na bhool paayenge" is an unusual story with a brilliant star cast. Vir (Salman Khan) is the son of

Thakur Pratap Singh (Sharath Saxena) and his wife (Nishigandha Wad). His parents dote on him and so does the girl he loves, Muskaan (Diya Mirza). Everything seems fine till he starts getting visions of a man, his look alike, who is being hunted by a group of armed people. This disturbs him terribly and he probes into the truth behind all this. Things get worse when he is actually attacked by a group from city. He gets to know that his parents are not his true parents and that he was found by them in a river, half wounded some three years back. Vir then goes to

the city in search of truth and slowly he gets to know who he really is. Vir in reality is Ali and he alongwith his friend Inder (Inder Kumar) are sharpshooters for the CBI (Mukesh Rishi). He is in love with Mahek

(Sushmita Sen) who repeatedly warns him of his wrong doings but in vain. In one of his assignments he is supposed to shoot the CM (Sadashiv Amrapurkar), which of course is meant to be a fake shooting to garner sympathy votes at the elections. But his plan is foiled and he finds himself framed for shooting the CM to death. Thereafter, all that he remembers is that he's hunted down, shot at and thrown in the river. He then goes in search of the true killer of the CM and this revelation becomes very painful for him. It is none other than Inder, his friend who

tries to kill him in order to have Mahek... Well, now that the city holds nothing good for Vir, he returns to the village where his foster parents and his love Muskaan await him.
"Tumko na bhool paayenge" is inspired by the movie "The Long Kiss Goodnight". There is no doubt that

the movie is visually rich and Pankaj Parasher is at his best there. The usage of special effects to depict amnesia is successful. Music by Sajid-Wajid and Daboo Malik is good but the placement of songs in the screenplay isn't proper at all. "Bindiya Chamke", "Id Mubarak" and "Kyoon Chhanke Teri Choodi" are the best among the lot. Cinematography by Thomas Xavier is brilliant, so are the action scenes by Mahendra Verma.

Performance-wise, Salman Khan is not in his complete form. The first half of the movie being slow paced and boring, it is only in the second half that Salman leaves an impression. Sushmita is totally wasted in the small role of her's but she does leave a mark behind. Diya Mirza needs to work on her acting skills and expression badly. She is not at all impressive. Inder Kumar has nothing much to perform. Johnny Lever's comedy is good but nothing fresh. The others are OK.
Overall, the movie can be rated as average.


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