Tum Bin

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Tum Bin
Directed by Anubhav Sinha
Produced by Bhushan Kumar
Krishan Kumar
Written by Shashank Dabral
Starring Priyanshu Chatterjee
Himanshu Malik
Sandali Sinha
Rakesh Bapat
Vikram Gokhale
Music by Nikhil-Vinay
Ravi Parwar
Cinematography Vijay Arora
Edited by Sanjib Datta
Release dates
13 July 2001
Running time
158 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi
Budget 2.5 cr
Box office 9 cr

Tum Bin - Love Will Find the Way (Hindi: तुम बिन, meaning Without You) is a 2001 Hindi movie directed by Anubhav Sinha. It starred Priyanshu Chatterjee, Sandali Sinha, Himanshu Malik and Rakesh Bapat. The film was a sleeper hit at the box office, and the song "Koi Fariyaad" sung by ghazal singer Jagjit Singh is considered one of the greatest ghazals in modern day Bollywood movies and a most popular one. Tum Bin is considered as one of the best romantic films of Bollywood.

Plot summary[edit]

After Amar Shah's accidental death in India, Canada-based Shah Industries is on the verge of collapse. Pia, Amar's fiancée, is devastated; Girdhari, his dad, has become numb from shock; and Amar's sister and grandmother are in mourning. Months after Amar's death, a young man, Shekhar Malhotra, enters their lives and offers to re-build and restore Shah Industries without any compensation. He is given the chance and goes about the uphill task of making the company viable again. Gradually, Shekhar heals the gaping wound left in the Shah family by Amar's death and they come to accept him as one of the family. Also, Shekhar falls in love with Pia. What they don't know — except for Bosco, Shekhar's friend in Canada — is that it was Shekhar's jeep that accidentally had hit Amar, causing his death. Ridden by guilt, Shekhar has come to Canada to confess his crime, ask for forgiveness, and do what he can for the family.

Abhigyan is a wealthy Canadian industrialist who meets Pia and realizes that she is the right woman for him. He is considering proposing to Pia and helping to rebuild Shah Industries. But Pia has fallen in love with Shekhar. Eventually, a conflict arises between Pia and Shekhar regarding a proposition made by Abhi to take over Shah Industries. Shekhar realizes that Pia does not need his help any more and decides to return to India.

Pia stops Shekhar while he boards his flight and confesses her feelings for him. Shekhar denies his feelings and boards the plane. Devastated, Pia goes home and gets engaged to Abhi. At the airport arrives inspector D'mello (Manoj Pahwa), from India in search of the person who killed Amar, and arrests Shekhar. They wait, with Bosco, to board the next flight to India. Shekhar calls Pia and tells her how much he loves her and confesses that it was he who hit her fiancée. Being drunk, Shekhar meets with an accident.

Pia feels guilty about falling for the man who caused Amar's death and confesses it to Girdhari, who surprises her by speaking for the first time after his son's death. He tells her that Shekhar had told him the truth when he first visited them and he believes Shekhar. Amar's family then makes Pia realize how much Shekhar has done for the family and that he is like Amar to them. Bosco informs them about Shekhar's accident. Abhi tells a skeptical Pia to go back to Shekhar as he is her true love. D'mello, in hospital with everyone, understands that the family needs Shekhar and simply closes the case and leaves. The movie ends with Shekhar recovering and uniting with Pia. [1]


Box office[edit]

The film was released on 13 July 2001 in India, clashing with some other films which came out the same day. The film opened to a 20–35% occupancy at the theatres but with time the film got positive word of mouth and its collections picked up and collected around 9 crores at the box office with a budget of 2.5 crore the film recovered its production costs and Box Office India declared it superhit.[2]


The soundtrack is composed by Nikhil Vinay, Ravi Pawar and T.S.Jarnail. The lyrics were provided by Faaiz Anwar, Pushpa Patel and T.S. Jarnail. Singers like Sonu Nigam, Anuradha Paudwal, Jagjit Singh, K.S. Chitra, Abhijeet Bhattacharya, S Shailaja, Tarsame Singh Saini and Udit Narayan lent their voices for the soundtrack. The ghazal "Koi Faryad" sung by Jagjit Singh and composed by Nikhil Vinay is considered as one of the greatest ghazals in the history of Bollywood. The songs "Choti Choti Raatein", "Tum Bin" and "Tumhare Siva" composed by Nikhil Vinay were chart-busters in 2001. Other songs composed by Ravi Pawar & T.S.Jarnail were also successful making the soundtrack one of the most successful soundtrack of the year.

No. Title Lyrics Music Playback Length
1. "Chhoti Chhoti Raatein"   Faaiz Anwar Nikhil-Vinay Sonu Nigam, Anuradha Paudwal  
2. "Chhoti Chhoti Raatein" (II) Faaiz Anwar Nikhil-Vinay Sonu Nigam, Anuradha Paudwal  
3. "Daroo Vich Pyar"   T.S. Jarnail T.S. Jarnail Tarsame Singh Saini  
4. "Dekhte Hi Dekhte"   Faaiz Anwar Nikhil-Vinay Abhijeet Bhattacharya, Anuradha Paudwal  
5. "Koi Fariyaad"   Faaiz Anwar Nikhil-Vinay Jagjit Singh  
6. "Meri Duniya Mein"   Faaiz Anwar Ravi Pawar Sonu Nigam  
7. "Meri Duniya Mein" (II) Faaiz Anwar Nikhil-Vinay S. Shailaja  
8. "Pyar Humko Hone Laga"   Faaiz Anwar Nikhil-Vinay Abhijeet Bhattacharya, Chitra  
9. "Suru Ru"   Faaiz Anwar Ravi Pawar Sonu Nigam  
10. "Tumhare Siva"   Faaiz Anwar Nikhil-Vinay Udit Narayan, Anuradha Paudwal  
11. "Tum Bin"   Pushpa Patel Nikhil-Vinay Chitra  
12. "Zoom Bumbura"   Faaiz Anwar Ravi Pawar Sonu Nigam  


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