Tumsa Nahin Dekha: A Love Story

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Tumsa Nahin Dekha : A Love Story
The DVD Cover features 'head-to-chest' view of lead actors Dia Mirza and Imraan Hashmi on left and right, respectively. Both of them are looking each-other in the eyes. The title is written at bottom-right corner.
DVD cover
Directed byAnurag Basu
Produced by
Written bySubodh Chopra
Music byNadeem-Shravan
CinematographySanjay Memane
Edited byAkiv Ali
Release date
  • 24 September 2004 (2004-09-24)
Running time
126 minutes

Tumsa Nahin Dekha : A Love Story is a 2004 Indian Bollywood musical romance film directed by Anurag Bose, produced by Mukesh Bhatt, written by Subodh Chopra and starring Emraan Hashmi and Diya Mirza in lead roles with Sharat Saxena, Surekha Sikri, Uday Tikekar, Atul Parchure and Anupam Kher in supporting roles. It was released on 24 September 2004. It is the third film of Emraan Hashmi's career and also his second unsuccessful one, after his flop debut film Footpath.


The film starts with Daksh Mittal (Emraan Hashmi), a charming and continually drunk millionaire. One day, he runs into a girl, Jiya (Diya Mirza) on the street and falls in love at first sight. Jiya is working as a dancer and has a mentally handicapped brother. Daksh and Jiya spend some time with each other and fall in love. Daksh, however, is supposed to marry Anahita Madhwani (Pooja Bharati) in order to inherit a million-dollar trust.

For help, Daksh turns to his butler, John Uncle (Anupam Kher). John Uncle wanted Daksh to end up marrying Jiya. However, John gets very ill and gets admitted to a hospital. The engagement party for Daksh and Anahita is taking place and John Uncle manages to convince Jiya to go to the party.

Daksh and Jiya dance, and meanwhile, John Uncle is dying at the hospital. Daksh decides to honour John Uncle's memory and goes to propose to Jiya – she accepts and after a final clash with the family, Daksh is allowed to marry her and they live happily ever after.


Actor/actress Role
Emraan Hashmi Daksh Mittal
Dia Mirza Jiya Khan
Anupam Kher John Uncle
Sharat Saxena Madhvani
Surekha Sikri Daksh's Grandmother
Pooja Barthi Anahita Madhwani
Atul Parchure Nikki (Jiya's Brother)


The music of this movie was given by Nadeem-Shravan. The album features 9 songs with 8 original and one other version of Bheed Mein. The song Yeh Dhuan Dhuan features Richard Clayderman with the lead vocalist Roopkumar Rathod. The response for album was excellent at music platforms in India. Singers like Shaan, Udit Narayan, Shreya Ghoshal, Roopkumar Rathod and Sonu Nigam have lent their voices in this album.

All lyrics written by Sameer; all music composed by Nadeem-Shravan.

1."Bheed Mein"Udit Narayan and Shreya Ghoshal5:59
2."Mujhe Tumse Mohabbat Hai" (remix)Shaan and Ghoshal6:03
3."Mujhe Tumse Mohabbat Hai"Shaan and Ghoshal5:51
4."Yeh Dhuan Dhuan"Roop Kumar Rathod and Shreya Ghoshal5:45
5."Tanhaiyan"Sonu Nigam5:18
6."Woh Humse Khafa Hain"Narayan and Ghoshal5:13
7."Dhanak Ka Rang"Ghoshal4:51
8."Maine Soch Liya"Narayan and Ghoshal4:18
9."Bheed Mein" (version 2)Narayan and Ghoshal6:01
Total length:49:19


  • While shooting, director Anurag Basu was diagnosed with blood cancer and was admitted to hospital. Producer Mukesh Bhatt took over for a month.[1]
  • Daksh's dance with the bread attached to the spoons is inspired by Charlie Chaplin's "dance" in Gold Rush.
  • Remake of Dudley Moore 1981 movie Arthur
  • The film, while shooting, was titled to be named Zaroorat - The Hindi Love Story, but later on it got changed to Tumsa Nahin Dekha - A Love Story
  • Jiah Khan acted as Jiya but got replaced by Mirza

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