Tum Mere Ho

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Tum Mere Ho
Tum Mere Ho - 1990 Movie Poster.jpg
Directed by Tahir Hussain
Produced by Tahir Hussain
Screenplay by Tahir Hussain
M. Kaleem Rahi
Story by Tahir Hussain
Surinder Singh
Starring Aamir Khan
Juhi Chawla
Music by Anand-Milind
Cinematography N.V. Srinivas
Noor Mohammad
Tahir Hussain Enterprises
Release date
25 May 1990
Running time
129 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi
Box office 38 million (equivalent to 270 million or US$3.7 million in 2017)[1]

Tum Mere Ho (English: You Are Mine) is a 1990 Indian romantic drama film starring Aamir Khan and Juhi Chawla[2] and directed by Tahir Hussain.[3][4]

Plot summary[edit]

Shiva (Aamir Khan) is blessed with magical snake-charming powers. When he meets Paro (Juhi Chawla) from a nearby village, he falls head-over-heels in love with her. She is also attracted to him. But Paro's father, Choudhry Charanjit Singh, is not pleased with this match, and he hires men to subdue and kill Shiva, all in vain. Little to Shiva's knowledge, during his childhood, his father attacked and killed a shape-shifting snake in order to fulfill his greed, earning the wrath of the snake's powerful mother who promises to exact revenge.

Shiva was bitten, and thought deceased, his family lovingly sent his body afloat a river to which was discovered by Shiva's adoptive Father and revived.



Anand-Milind composed the music while Majrooh Sultanpuri wrote the lyrics.

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Maine Daba Li Thi" Anuradha Paudwal
2 "Sheesha Chahe Toot Bhi Jaaye" Udit Narayan
3 "Jatan Chahe Jo Karle" Udit Narayan, Sadhana Sargam
4 "Jatan Chahe Jo Karle v2" Udit Narayan, Sadhana Sargam
5 "Tum Mere Ho" Udit Narayan, Anupama Deshpande
6 "Tum Mere Ho v2" Udit Narayan
7 "Tum Mere Ho v3" Udit Narayan, Anupama Deshpande


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  2. ^ "Bollywood actor, Amir Khan turns 43". Gulf News. 13 March 2008. Retrieved 31 May 2009. 
  3. ^ "Aamir's brother to direct". Rediff.com. 4 April 2008. Retrieved 31 May 2009. 
  4. ^ Chaudhuri, Shantanu Ray; Prashanto Kumar Nayak (2005). Icons from Bollywood. Puffin Books. p. 142. ISBN 978-0-14-333491-0.