Tum Bin 2 (2016)

Tum Bin 2 Review

By BollywoodMDB - 18 November, 2016

Rating: 2/5

One Line Review:Tum Bin 2’ – Well, you can let it go off.

Positive Points: Camaraderie between sisters was much more relatable and “Original”, songs of the films and great work done by the production designing team

Negative Points: Under developed lead characters, too preachy dialogues and abrupt editing

Plot: Amar (Aashim Gulati) and his fiance Taran (Neha Sharma) head for an adventurous vacation. Their “we-time” meets a tragic end when Amar hits an accident. After a 10-day long rescue operation, he is declared dead on being unable to trace.

Tum Bin 2 Review

Heartbroken Taran returns home with her father-in-law. Her family tries hard to uplift her mood, but all in vain. Then, there comes a hope in her life with Shekhar (Aditya Seal). He helps her move out of that tragic phase and encourages her to start life on a new note. Soon, they fall in love.

Just when things are settling down, Amar comes back. Taran is now left with the confusion – whether to rekindle her old relationship or to continue with her newly founded love.

Direction and Other Technical Aspects: Anubhav Sinha has reattempted his “lost and found love” theory in ‘Tum Bin 2’ and it’s decent enough. But when there’s a prequel, comparison is bound to happen. He was relatively good in making of original.

In the sequel, screenplay has fallen short as again Anubhav is unable to develop the characters. It’s a love triangle, yet both the men are seen playing passing the pass with the heroine. I mean, why? Don’t they love her?

Next is the poor editing. How can they just cut an on-going scene in the middle? It looks too abrupt.

Tum Bin 2’ earns a point for its production designing. They have spotted some spectacular locations to shoot in.

Performances: Neha Sharma scores an average in acting. Her camaraderie with her Kaur sisters is fun to watch rather than with her boyfriends.

Aashim Gulati and Aditya Seal are undoubtedly handsome. But they still have a lot to learn about acting.

I thoroughly enjoyed watching the supporting cast and the drama they created. Good job!

Music: Sound track of ‘Tum Bin 2’ is soulful. The decision of using Jagjit Singh’s “Tere Fariyad” was the best.

Final Verdict: The prequel of ‘Tum Bin 2’ is much better. Go watch it again!