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.
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.
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!