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Ali, his younger brother, Azaan alias Munna, his girlfriend, Mehak and childhood friend, Inder Saxena hangs out. Ali and Inder are marks-man target shooters who never misses their aim which over the years yield them many medals. This also makes them popular among the people of Mumbai city so much that they are approach by the police Commissioner, M.K. Sharma, to carry out shoot at sight missions for all underworld dons with a fee of R.S.25,000 but they refuses - only to change their mind when an acquaintance, Rahim Chacha is murdered. When the Chief Minister is shot and killed; the police turn their suspension towards Ali where-by he is shot. Fortunately; luck favors him when a couple from Rajgardh, Kunal Singh Thakur and his wife, Geeta rescues and bring him back to consciousness albeit with memory loss. However, he manages to regain his memory when he meets someone from his past and must now go about a quest to find out how he was involve in the killing of the Chief Minister.Written by
He will not forget her, but this movie is forgettable
When I first saw Tumko Na Bhool Paayenge I was surprised by what it presented. The title quite suggests a movie that is something on the lines of a romantic drama or something of this sort. But the film is not. It does have its romance and drama like every other Hindi movie, but more than anything it's an action thriller. The storyline is quite interesting and it's extremely twisted and unpredictable. But the movie itself does not really offer anything incredibly special and is overall a rather ordinary product, which, on top of that, is unoriginal. That's the case with most Hindi movies of its sort, and sadly so. The film has a stronger second half, but in the end, it does not make that great an impact. Salman Khan plays the leading role, and he does quite well. His role requires him to look confused, and he manages to look successfully awkward. Diya Mirza is pretty and likable. Sushmita Sen is okay in a relatively small role. Sharat Saxena is fine as the loving father. One song that Ireally liked is "Yeh Bekhudi" which is beautifully sung by Sonu Nigam and very well pictured on screen. Tumko Na Bhool Paayenge is a surprising but not particularly impressive film, but still it can be seen once.
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