After finding she was adopted as child, a young woman sets out to look for her biological parents.

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Anthony Costello / Tony
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Abhay Rana Pratap Singh
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Altaf Zardari
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Ravi Kapoor (as Farooque Shaikh)
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Susan D'Mello
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Tanya R. Kapoor
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Jai Vishal Singh
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Kuki
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Pandurang P.
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Zainab Zardari
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Feminist author Tanya Kapoor, who lives a wealthy lifestyle in Mumbai with her father, Ravi, a retired army officer, and mother, is presented with an award. While doing research in her home, she comes across a document that shows she was born in Bombay Hospital on August 24, 1986 to unknown parents. She, with the help of boyfriend, Jai Vishal Singh, as well as Kuki, decide to look for her biological father. A search of local municipal records indicate that her father's first name started with 'A', and they set out on a quest that will initially will take them to Pratapgarh in Rajasthan where she will meet with Abhay Rana Pratap Singh as well as his conservative male-child favoring family - who may be involved in a conspiracy of switching babies. Then she will travel all the way to Turkey to meet with Altaf Zardari and his wife, Zainab, who had become mentally unstable wife after being told that her child had perished shortly after being born. And finally to Goa to meet with gangster ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Tanya's dad's name starts with an A: her "fathers" were named Abhay, Altaf and Anthony (full form for Tony). See more »

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27 August 2012 | by (Fraggle Rock) – See all my reviews

After more than 15 years, Hema Malini returns to the director's chair (and she assumes a supporting role) to make 'Tell Me O Kkhuda' (what's with this double consonant?). This is also perhaps Esha Deol's comeback or departure film. The plot echoes one of Hema's previous directorial ventures 'Dil Aashna Hai' which itself was a remake of a Hollywood flick. It has nothing fresh to offer as it feels stale, like another family drama for the late 80s/ early 90s except that here the songs are dreadful and they look like awful MTV videos.

Even the sequences that could have added some freshness, like the camel race, are poorly executed. The movie has a melodramatic tone. The plots regarding each of the dads are poorly developed, especially the last one (with Dharmendra and Hema Malini).

Esha Deol had an authorbacked role but it's not a well written one. She is good in a few sequences, especially the scene where she eavesdrop on her biological father expressing regret, but her overall performance doesn't particularly impress. Farooq Sheikh and Deepti Naval are a delight to watch even with their limited screen time. Rishi Kapoor is passable. Meltem Cumbul is likable. Dharmendra really hams it up while Hema Malini is wooden. It was nice to see Madhoo after years but she doesn't get much scope nor does Arjan Bajwa.

At least 'Dil Aashna Hai' offered good performances and has nostalgic value for me. As much as I like Hema Malini and respect what she's tried to do, 'Tell Me O Kkhuda' has nothing fresh to offer.


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