Life is not always like the movies. Love isn't always at first sight. Very often, a relationship develops slowly and it takes many years between "boy meets girl" and "boy gets girl". Hum Tum is a refreshing look at the eternal battle of the sexes as it follows the lives of Karan (Saif Ali Khan) and Rhea (Rani Mukerji). Karan is a cartoonist and his character "Hum" and "Tum" reflect his perspective on the strange love-hate relationship between men and women. Rhea is sensitive, well bred and self-confident. She can give as good as she gets and is not afraid of standing up to men. Initially, the two have very little in common. But, as life would have it, their paths keep crossing and, over the course of a decade, their relationship evolves, from hate to mutual respect, friendship and finally - In a cinematic universe that offers simplistic scenarios to the complex relationship between men and women. Hum Tum is a novel look at the trials and tribulations of "every man" and "every woman" ...
28 May 2004 (India)
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Also Known As:
Hum Tum - Ich & du, verrückt vor Liebe
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Opening Weekend: INR 72,545,000
4 June 2004
Opening Weekend USA: $348,149,
30 May 2004, Limited Release
Gross USA: $348,149, 30 May 2004
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?
Hum Tum is a fun-filled film and has several hidden references to Rishi Kapoor's yesteryear hit Bobby. Rishi plays Saif Ali Khan's father in the movie and is seen humming the song, 'Main shayar toh nahi.' Also when Rishi Kapoor meets Kirron Kher in the film, she tells him that he can call her Bobby. However the actor retorts saying that he would call her Dimple. It was Dimple Kapadia who played the title role of Bobby in the film. See more
Flashback scenes set 10, 6, and 3 years in the past show the main characters using modern mobile phones that were unavailable at the time. See more
[Karan is trying to convince Rhea to have an arranged marriage by acting out an "interview" with a potential husband
Now, what about children?
What about them?
No, I'm not asking you. Don't you want to ask me if I like children?
Oh yes, of course! So, do you like children?
Very much! First, I want a girl, beautiful and intelligent, just like you. I'm going to be a very good daddy. If any boy like me comes in front of her, I'll tear his head off.
And you think if you do this, it will ...
The brief scene showing Karan and Rhea in bed after spending the night together was deleted from some theatrical prints in India. See more
References Hum Aapke Hain Koun...!
Written by Prasoon Joshi
Composed by Jatin Pandit
(as Jatin) - Lalit Pandit
Performed by Udit Narayan
and Alka Yagnik
Courtesy of Saregama HMV See more