Hum Tum Shabana

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Hum Tum Shabana
Hum tum shabana.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Sagar Ballary
Produced by Sunil Chainani
Sameer chand Srivastava
Subhash Dawar
Screenplay by Farhajaan Sheikh
Story by Farhajaan Sheikh
Starring Tusshar Kapoor
Shreyas Talpade
Minissha Lamba
Music by Sachin-Jigar
Cinematography Anirudh Garbyal
Edited by Suresh Pai
Distributed by Horseshoe Pictures Pvt. Ltd
Alliance Entertainment Pvt. Ltd.
Release date
  • 30 September 2011 (2011-09-30)
Running time
126 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi

Hum Tum Shabana is a 2011 Indian comedy and romance film. It stars Tusshar Kapoor, Shreyas Talpade, and Minissha Lamba in lead roles.[1]

Plot[edit]

Hum Tum Shabana is a comedy movie revolving around three characters, played by Tusshar Kapoor, Shreyas Talpade and Minissha Lamba. The two men compete to woo the woman, but then it turns into a desperate battle to lose her. Despite gaining negative reviews the film did good business and was declared an above average grosser.[2][3]

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

The music of the film is composed by Sachin-Jigar.

Hum Tum Shabana
Soundtrack album by Sachin-Jigar
Released 2011 (2011)
Sachin-Jigar chronology
F.A.L.T.U.
(2011)F.A.L.T.U.2011
Hum Tum Shabana
(2011)
Shor in the City
(2011)Shor in the City2011

1. Musik Bandh Na Karo - Abhishek Nailwal, Palash Sen, Anushka Manchanda

2. Hey Na Na Shabana - Raghav Mathur

3. Thank U Mr DJ - Mika Singh, Suzanna D'Mello

4. Piya Kesariyo - Anushka Manchanda, Jigar Saraiya

5. Kaari Kaari - Vijay Prakash, Shalini Singh, Tochi Raina - Lyrics: Mayur Puri

6. Hey Na Na Shabana (Party Map Remix) Remix - DJ Akhil Talreja

7. Musik Bandh Na Karo (Remix) Remix - Kiran Kamath

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

Hum Tum Shabana received negative reviews all throughout. Preeti Arora of rediff.com said, "... an unashamed attempt to ape the Golmaal series, Hum Tum Shabana is a rudderless ship which simultaneously endeavors to straddle many genres. And fails miserably," and gave it half a star out of 5 stars.[4] The Indian Express rated it half a star as well.[5] Popular film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh, who gave it 1.5 out of 5 stars, said that it has a funny first half but a disappointing second hour.[6] Nupur Barua of fullhyd.com lamented the fact that Sagar Ballary, the director, "seems to prefer the Golmaal and Dhamaal styles, rather than that of his first film [Bheja Fry]." fullhyd.com rated the movie 4/10.[7] Times Of India's Nikhat Kazmi wasn't positive about the film either, and rated it 2/5.[8]

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