Na Tum Jaano Na Hum (2002)

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A romantically inclined couple decide to get to know each other through letters without disclosing their identities.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Akshay Kapoor
Rahul Sharma
Esha Deol ...
Esha Malhora
Alok Nath ...
Mr. Malhotra (Esha's granddad)
Smita Jaykar ...
Akshaye's mom
Anang Desai ...
Akshaye's dad
Achla Sachdev
Shilarna Vaze
Rajshree Solanki
Sonali Kapadia
Bhavna Ruparel
Umesh Karia
Amir Zadey
Rakhi Sawant
Azaan Cooper


Esha and Rahul start a letter based friendship that blossoms into love. They don't exchange names or pictures. Her parents would like Esha to marry Akshay who's eager to tie the knot, so Esha is forced to make a decision... Written by Anonymous

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Sometimes you just leave it to God...





Release Date:

10 May 2002 (India)  »

Also Known As:

Erotas di' allilografias  »

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Box Office


INR 180,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

£89,337 (UK) (10 May 2002)


£172,813 (UK) (17 May 2002)

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Technical Specs

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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During the film, the director Arjun Sablok and Saif Ali Khan had several arguments over the size of Saif's role. Saif insisted on more scenes be added and also kept insisting a song be added for him. See more »


References Singin' in the Rain (1952) See more »


Tum Meri Baho Mein
Written by Anand Bakshi
Composed by Rajesh Roshan
Performed by Kamaal Khan
Courtesy of Saregama HMV
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Pretty good debut feature film
23 August 2002 | by (Switzerland) – See all my reviews

NTJNH is Arjun Sablok's first feature film. And it's a pretty good debut. The first half hour is the weakest part of the film, with a song that should be cut, too slow a pace and some tired Bollywood antics. But then the film gets momentum and starts to deliver. There are still lesser moments that pay unnecessary tribute to the 'formula' (silly comedy bits, a clichéd gay character, a hero-beats-up-multiple-adversaries scene...) but they are outweighed by moments which show that the director has at times a firm grip on the various aspects of cinematic expression and uses his tools to good effect (camera, editing, sound effects). There is a delightful party dancing scene which has only one fault, it's too short. There is an equally effective scene involving a zipper. There is a comic scene that makes fun of Bollywood film making which directly leads into the inevitable declaration of love between hero and heroine and its expression in a song number, all elegantly executed. Also impressive is the scene around the intermission and the tell-me-your-name-scene which culminates in a wedding song, to name two more examples. Technically the film is uneven like almost all Bollywood films. Sharp shots and out of focus and filtered shots follow each other in random fashion, without a recognizable concept. Color balance is off at times. Both can be seen on the DVD as well as on 35mm prints. The 3 leads are all doing a good job. Hrithik Roshan tends to overact in comic scenes, but is on the other hand excellent in dramatic and emotional moments. Esha Deol has not got beauty queen looks, but something better instead: personality and charm. She has got talent. Saif Ali Khan plays once more a playboy, which he can do on autopilot by now. He's good as well. The film is above average but suffers somewhat from using Bollywood cliches and a not terribly original story, a variation of so many other Bollywood love stories. On the other hand the basic conflict is well established, the drama works and the execution with a good cast lifts the material often on the level of solid workmanship and a few times beyond.

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