Na Tum Jaano Na Hum

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Na Tum Jaano Na Hum
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Movie poster for Na Tum Jaano Na Hum
Directed by Arjun Sablok
Produced by pardeep bhangu
Kishore Biyani
Written by Arjun Sablok
Starring Hrithik Roshan
Esha Deol
Saif Ali Khan
Music by Rajesh Roshan
Anand Bakshi (Lyrics)
Cinematography Manoj Soni
Edited by Shirish Kunder
Distributed by PFH Entertainment Limited
Saregama-HMV
Release date(s) 10 May 2002
Running time 151 minutes
Language Hindi
Budget INR120 million (US$2.0 million)
Box office INR102.5 million (US$1.7 million)[1]

Na Tum Jaano Na Hum (Hindi: ना तुम जानो ना हम, Urdu: نہ تم جانو نہ ہم‎, translation: Neither you know nor I) is a 2002 Bollywood romance film starring Hrithik Roshan, Esha Deol and Saif Ali Khan. The film is directed by Arjun Sablok. Despite its celebrity cast, the film failed to perform well at the box office.

Plot[edit]

Esha Malhotra (Esha Deol) is a bright, spirited girl who has just left college. She finds a note from a past student of her school that coincides with her own feelings of love. She calls into a radio station and requests a song, repeating the words left on the note. An anonymous man calls in soon after, stating that he is the one who had written the letter and he would like to meet her someday since they seem to be the same. The radio announcer sets up a date and time for their meeting at the radio station. The man arrives but finds only a letter waiting for him. The letter does not state her name or address, only a post box number to which she requests him to write to so that they can be friends. The correspondence begins. The man turns out to be photographer Rahul Sharma (Hrithik Roshan). They do not meet, exchange numbers or tell their names but continue to write each other. Fate brings the two together when Esha hires Rahul to be their photographer for a campaign, of course she didn't know it was him nor he did that it was her.

Esha's grandfather wants her to get married and thus he arranges for her to meet Akshay Kapoor (Saif Ali Khan), a flirt and womaniser who also happens to be Rahul's best friend. Esha has fallen in love with her pen pal and does not want to marry Akshay. However, Akshay is falling for Esha. A lovestruck Rahul arranges to meet the one he writes letters to. Much to his shock though, he finds out it is Esha. Because of his friendship with Akshay, who is deeply in love with Esha, Rahul decides to forget her. Esha, unable to contact her anonymous love, agrees to wed Akshay. Rahul leaves for Vancouver the day before the wedding, vowing never to be seen again.

Four years later, in a mall in Canada, Rahul meets Akshay, who now has a son. Rahul thinks he is about to meet Esha but instead meets Akshay's former girlfriend, who is now his wife. Akshay explains that he could not marry Esha in the end because she still loves her mystery writer. Suddenly, a group of workers in the mall carry in a large portrait of Esha, and Akshay realises that Rahul is the mystery writer Esha fell in love with. He urges Rahul to hurry back to India; Rahul does so and reunites with Esha.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Na Tum Jaano Na Hum
Soundtrack album by Rajesh Roshan
Released 2002
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Language Hindi
Label Saregama-HMV
Track listing
No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Jaa Sanam Mujhko Hai"   Kamaal Khan, Sneha Pant 06:58
2. "Hai Ram Ye Kya Kar Daala"   Abhijeet, Pamela Jain 05:55
3. "Ye Betiyan To Babul Ki"   Jaspinder Narula 04:19
4. "Dil Leke Jaan Leke"   Udit Narayan, Pamela Jain 06:51
5. "Tum Meri Bahoein Mein Aa Na Sake"   Kamaal Khan 05:53
6. "Aha Aha"   Falguni Pathak 04:51
7. "Chunariya"   Sukhwinder Singh, Udit Narayan 07:16
8. "Hai Ram Ye Kya Kar Daala – II"   Abhijeet, Pamela Jain 05:57


Box office[edit]

Na tum jaano na hum proved to be a disaster at the box office. The film managed 102.5 million at the box offce compared to a budget of 120 million.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Boxofficeindia.com". Boxofficeindia.com. 23 March 1931. Retrieved 2012-03-02. 

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