Thoda Tum Badlo Thoda Hum
|Thoda Tum Badlo Thoda Hum|
|Directed by||Esmayeel Shroff|
|Produced by||Ramoji Rao|
|Written by||Esmayeel Shroff|
|Music by||Amar Mohile|
|Edited by||Sreekar Prasad|
Thoda Tum Badlo Thoda Hum is a 2004 Bollywood film starring Arya Babbar and Shriya Saran in the lead while Kiran Karmarkar, Ashok Saraf, Nishigandha Wad and Shoma Anand appear as supporting cast. The story is a love-hate relationship between two teenagers.
Raju (played by Arya Babbar) and Rani (played by Shriya Saran) are neighbors and studying in same college. But they never settle on their differences and always fight. Rani keeps on making complains against Raju and hence his father (played by Kiran Karmarkar) scolds his son as good-for-nothing. However, both families have good relationship. Rani's father (played by Ashok Saraf) is a police commissioner and a good friend of Raju's father. The hatred between Raju and Rani takes an ugly turn when Rani slaps Raju during a college competition thus humiliating him.
Rani's father is then transferred to Kodaikanal and as a friendly gesture, Raju along with his parents go to the railway station to bid adieu. Rani is surprised by this change in his behaviour and she too undergoes a change inside her heart towards Raju. The two after separating from each other realise how they actually are in love.
- Arya Babbar as Raju
- Shriya Saran as Rani
- Kiran Karmarkar as Raju's father
- Ashok Saraf as Rani's father
- Nishigandha Wad
- Shoma Anand
- Varsha Kapkar
- Shweta Menon as Guest Appearance
All music composed by Amar Mohile.
|1.||"Thoda Tum Badlo Thoda Hum"||Alka Yagnik, Udit Narayan|
|2.||"Sabhi Aa Chuke Hai"||Sonu Nigam|
|3.||"Uff Yuh Ma"||Asha Bhosle|
|4.||"Tauba Tauba"||Shreya Ghoshal, Udit Narayan|
|5.||"Aanchal Hai Pawan"||Shreya Ghoshal, Udit Narayan|
|6.||"Kalam Haath Mein Hai"||Sadhana Sargam, Udit Narayan|
|7.||"No Tension"||Kay Kay|
|8.||"Sun Re Peepal"||Sonu Nigam, Shreya Ghoshal, Sadhana Sargam, Vaishali Samant|
|9.||"Thoda Tum Badlo (version 2)"||Alka Yagnik, Udit Narayan|
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