I, Me Aur Main

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I, Me Aur Main
I, Me Aur Main.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byKapil Sharma
Produced byGoldie Behl
Shrishti Behl Arya
StarringJohn Abraham
Prachi Desai
Chitrangada Singh
CinematographyVivek Awatare
Music byFalak Shabir
Gourav Dasgupta
Raghav Sachar
Rose Films
Distributed byReliance Entertainment
Release date
  • 1 March 2013 (2013-03-01)
Running time
105 min
Budgetest.200 million[1][2]
Box officeest.138.2 million[3]

I, Me aur Main (transl. I, me and myself) is a 2013 Indian Hindi romantic comedy film[4] directed by debut film director Kapil Sharma. It features John Abraham, Prachi Desai and Chitrangada Singh in lead roles. It was released on 1 March 2013.[5][6]


Ishaan, a charismatic, good-looking, self-centered, pompous, dependent, coquettish music producer from Mumbai, lives a sheltered existence as the apple of his mother's eye, always protected by his elder sister Shivani. He lives with his girlfriend Anushka and takes her for granted. One day Anushka kicks him out of her house due to his irresponsibility about their relationship.

His new neighbor Gauri comes into his life, and he begins to fall in love with her. Ishaan is forced out of his company, and Gauri encourages him to start his own music company. While Ishaan is working on his music, Anushka is pregnant with his child but decides not to tell him that he is responsible. But after a few days, Ishaan came to know that his ex-girlfriend is pregnant with his child. Gauri gets a scholarship to Paris, and Ishaan and Gauri decide to live there after his big launch.

On the day of the launch, Anushka starts having contractions, and Ishaan, realizing his responsibilities, takes Anushka to the hospital where they have a baby girl. Gauri leaves for Paris, understanding what is happening. Eight months later, Ishaan and his baby girl Diya talk to Gauri, who is returning soon, while Anushka is happily married to another guy.


  • John Abraham[7] as Ishaan Sabharwal
  • Prachi Desai[8] as Gauri Dandekar
  • Chitrangada Singh[8] as Anushka Lal
  • Zarina Wahab[8] as Nisha Sabharwal, Ishaan’s mother
  • Priyanka Sharma as Taruni
  • Errol Peter Marks as Tarun Mehra, Ishaan's best friend
  • Raima Sen as Beena Chandok
  • Sameer Soni as Agastya (in a special appearance)
  • Sheena Shahabadi as Amala
  • Deepti Gujral as Mrinalini
  • Mini Mathur as Shivani Sabharwal, Ishaan’s sister
  • Sai Gundewar as Rafiq
  • Amar Talwar as Mr. Sabharwal, Ishaan’s father
  • Micky Makhija as Mr. Narayan
  • Mukul Chadda as Adil, Ishaan’s brother in law
  • Krish Chatterji as Rishi, Adil and Shivani’s son
  • Arlette Evita Grao as Shona
  • Yugesh Anil as Gauri's friend
  • Gyanesh as Akshay Tanwar


The film was earlier expected to release in December 2012; it was pushed to March 2013.[9] The theatrical trailer was released on 28 January 2013.[7][8]

Critical reception[edit]

I, Me aur Main received mixed-to-negative reviews from critics. Alisha Coelho of in.com gave 3.5 stars out of 5 and said that the movie was "proof that a movie with John Abraham as the lead can be your time and money's worth and that Bollywood can (if it tried) make love stories that don't defy common sense and good taste."[10] Nishi Tiwari for Rediff.com has given 2/5 stars and says I, Me Aur Main has its moments but falters badly with its plot.[11] Simon Foster for sbs.com.au has given 2/5 stars and says "Action Man Fails To Make Dramatic Jump. [12]

Box office[edit]

I, Me, Aur Main opened to poor collections. The film had little growth on the weekend, but the collections were still low and was eventually declared a flop.


I, Me Aur Main
Soundtrack album by
Released1 March 2013
GenreFilm soundtrack
ProducerReliance Entertainment
Sachin - Jigar chronology
Jayantabhai Ki Luv Story
I, Me Aur Main
Go Goa Gone

One song from Sridevi starrer 1989 Bollywood comedy film ChaalBaaz "Na Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai" was re-created in the film. The album consists of seven tracks composed by four musicians — Sachin - Jigar, Gourov Dasgupta, Pakistani artist Falak Shabir and Raghav Sachar. Musicperk.com rated the album 7.5/10 quoting "Saajna, Naa Jaane, Darbadar (written by Mayur Puri), Meri Jaaniye are the picks of the album."[13][unreliable source?] The track "Capuchino" was a rip-off from the original song "I'm Shipping Up to Boston" and the track "Na Jaane" is a rip-off of "Part-Time Lover" a 1985 single by Stevie Wonder, from his album In Square Circle.

Track list[edit]

1."Na Jaane" Sachin - JigarNeeraj Shridhar, Anushka Manchanda3:11
2."Saajna" Falak ShabirFalak Shabir4:42
3."Saajna (Unplugged)" Falak ShabirFalak Shabir5:01
4."Capuchino" Sachin – JigarAbhishek Nehwal3:08
5."Darbadar"Mayur PuriSachin – JigarMonali Thakur, Backing vocals: Divya Kumar, Harshit Chouhan, Altamash, Shaadab3:26
6."Nasha Nasha" Raghav SacharNeha Bhasin3:44
7."Meri Jaaniye" Gourov DasguptaShaan, Monali Thakur4:42


  1. ^ "John Abraham's I Me Aur Main and The Attacks of 26/11 release today". The Indian Express. 1 March 2013. Retrieved 1 August 2020.
  2. ^ "Friday fever: John Abraham's I, Me Aur Main vs Ram Gopal Verma's Attacks of 26/11 at box office". India Today. 1 March 2013. Retrieved 1 August 2020.
  3. ^ "I, Me Aur Main Box Office". Bollywood Hungama. Retrieved 1 August 2020.
  4. ^ Ranawat, Purnima (1 March 2013). "Today's big releases: I, Me Aur Main and The Attacks of 26/11". NDTV.
  5. ^ http://www.showbizbites.com/i-me-aur-main-8th-day-box-office-collections-again-poor-business/
  6. ^ "Kapil Sharma to make his directorial debut". The Times of India. 4 August 2011. Archived from the original on 28 September 2011. Retrieved 3 January 2012.
  7. ^ a b "John with five beauties in 'I, Me Aur Main'". Mid-day. 4 August 2011. Retrieved 3 January 2012.
  8. ^ a b c d "Reliance Entertainment to release I Me Aur Main". Indiantelevision.com. 8 August 2011. Retrieved 3 January 2012.
  9. ^ "Dubbing of I Me Aur Main". Box Office India. November 2011. Retrieved 3 January 2012.
  10. ^ Alisha Coelho. "Review: I Me Aur Main is a pleasant surprise". in.com. Archived from the original on 2 May 2013. Retrieved 1 March 2013.3.5/5 stars
  11. ^ Nishi Tiwari. "Review: I Me Aur Main leaves a lot to be desired". Rediff.com. Retrieved 1 March 2013.2/5 stars
  12. ^ Simon Foster. "Review: Action Man Fails to Make Dramatic Jump". SBS.com. Retrieved 7 March 2013.2/5 stars
  13. ^ http://www.musicperk.com/i-me-aur-main/

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