Tum Se Achcha Kaun Hain
Producer: Venus Films
Director: Deepak Anand
Cast: Kim Sharma, AartiChabria, Introducing: NakulKapur, With RatiAgnihotri, DalipTahil and RajpalYadav
Tum Se Achcha Kaun Hain is an engaging romance drama. The soundtrack has been
a great success in
The story of the film revolves around three talented youngsters who have a goal in life. However, they get distracted by, what else, LOVE.
Arjun Singh (NakulKapur) believes that he could become a singer and hence he works hard to get his dream realized. Unfortunately all his efforts are proved to be failure. One of his well wishers encourages him to go to Mumbai where he can get noticed.
Arjun goes to Mumbai after consulting with his girl friend Naina (AartiChabria) and tries his best to get an outlet for his talent. However, no one gives him his due attention. Not until Bobby (Kim Sharma) enters in his life. Bobby, a tomboy with everything, helps Arjun through her rich father (DalipTahil) to get a fair chance.
The real problem begins here.
An unhealthy fight develops aggressive Bobby and innocent Naina. The battle of the two girls gets serious dimensions. However, the momentum of the film gets disturbed as the film drags towards the end. It could have been short, concise and much more entertaining.
The highlight of the film is Kim Sharmas performance. She has taken up the challenge of handling a character something like Urmila did in Pyaar Tune KyaKiya. Though her character is not that negative as Urmila had, both the roles are somewhat similar and Kim does a good job. The actress has come a long way from the days of Mohabbatein. Her dialogue delivery, looks, emotions are not inferior to that of any bigger names in the industry now. Her aggressive obsession towards Arjun is understandable and gives her character the right dimensions. She does an excellent job.
AartiChabria also surprises. In her first full leading role after a short one in Lajja, she delivers the goods ably. She has handled the role well with her modulation and facial expressions. Though she might pale in comparison with Kim, who steals the show with a very different character and an outstanding performance, she does manage to do a good job.
Model NakulKapur has done a decent job. He performs well, dances well and exhibits the characteristic that should be seen in fresh heroes. His major flaw is in his horrible dialogue delivery.
RatiAgnihotri supports well as Nainas mother as does DalipTahil in his role as Bobbys father.
NirmalJanis cinematography is appealing but more importantly fits the film well. Deepak Anands directing talents have really helped the film but his poor editing has spoiled the spirit up to some extent. The background music is by and large good but it becomes redundant with the uneven pace at times. Nadeem-Shravans musical score is easily a hit, has been doing excellent business. The comedy sequences by RajpalYadav prove to be small intervals.
The film definitely has more positive points than negative. It has a pleasing star cast and a sumptuous storyline. But had the editing been crispier, the overall impact of the film would have been better.