Ajay's life turns upside down when he learns that his wife Piya has Alzheimer and he has no option, but to leave his wife in a mental hospital.


Ajay Devgn


Robin Bhatt (screenplay), Ajay Devgn (story) | 3 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Ajay Devgn ... Dr. Ajay Mehra
Kajol ... Piya
Sumeet Raghvan ... Nikhil
Divya Dutta ... Reena
Isha Sharvani ... Natasha 'Nutty'
Karan Khanna Karan Khanna ... Vicky
Aditya Rajput Aditya Rajput ... Aman Mehra
Anita Wahi Anita Wahi ... Mrs. Joshi
Hazel Croney Hazel Croney ... Girlfriend of Ajay's Son
Aumckar Aumckar ... Chef
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Shyam Adhatrao Shyam Adhatrao
Ramu Bashyal Ramu Bashyal
Adhir Bhat ... (as Adhir Bhatt)
Robin Bhatt Robin Bhatt
Richa Bhattacharya Richa Bhattacharya


The first time Ajay saw Pia, she served him drinks. She affected him more than the alcohol, and he found true love. He was a leading psychiatrist, but she messed up his mind. The first time Pia saw Ajay, he had too much to drink. She watched him make a fool of himself, and was relieved when he passed out. She was a woman who followed her heart, but despite his claims of true love, she had made up her mind. Thus began the story of Ajay and Pia. A love story, that begins at sea. Ajay and Pia develop a strong and special bond. In each other, they find an anchor. They rush into marriage, despite the advice and failing relationships of their friends. But no marriages can be complete without problems, and Ajay and Pia have also have to face hurdles, some of which seem insurmountable. Written by Ajay Devgan

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"Sometimes the greatest journey is the distance between two people" See more »


Drama | Romance


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Vivek Oberoi was the first choice for Karan Khanna role. See more »


Referenced in Siva Manasula Sakthi (2009) See more »


Jee Le
Written by Munna Dhiman
Composed by Vishal Bhardwaj
Performed by Adnan Sami and Shreya Ghoshal
Courtesy of EROS Music
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Marital advice - lite!
18 April 2008 | by HeadleyLamarrSee all my reviews

A story with a message - BUT the message is simplistically simple, the love story is INSPIRED by a few films (Notebook, 50 first dates etc.) and banal, and the dialogs are horrendous. I think a Kajol or Ajay fan can see it (I did). Ajay made this one so it feels exactly like the summary he wrote for IMDb – and that summary was worse than a grade school summary of a book or film. Even the tag line is lifted from the amazing Painted Veil. Unfortunately none of the quality of that marital strife film rubs off on U Me Aur Hum.

I really like Kajol, and thought she looked very good in the first half of K3G (a film I quite dislike) but then they choose to make her haggard in the second half and she has kept that look. What is with all that dark dark eye makeup? Does she want to become the Rekha of her time? There were a few moments when she looked great, but most of the time she was OTT with white lipstick and big black mascara. Ajay just looked dour most of the time and it did not help that the extreme closeup photography enhanced every blackhead, every pore, every wrinkle in the faces of the couple.

A couple of scenes engaged me, but the dialogs were bad beyond belief. The kid has to be named with an F, so F U dash dash E R is a great name? A long winded dialog about 'cutting the arm off' was so stupid I thought at first that I didn't get some profound statement that was being made. Ajay was great in HDDCS - he would say "You know something? Never mind!" and I loved him for that. But this is carrying a great dialog to silly extremes (repeated 100 times in UMAH) without the catch line, which was NEVER MIND and suited the character of Vanraj!

I can hum Dil Dhakda hai - so maybe one song was OK. But the lyrics for all the songs were horrific – here is a sample of lyrics from Dhakda hai! Dil laaya hoon, tang do khunti pe, sapnon mein aajaana, raat ko hoon duty pe!! That Phatte number was simply atrocious in lyrics, melody and choreography. The Saiyyan song - that was the most inappropriate insertion of a song into a situation EVER!

In summary, U Me Aur Hum is a most banal film. With a silly bottom line - if you love you wife/(mother/father) do not send them to an institution when they get Alzheimers or start failing. Forget the fact that most people cannot send them to that 5 star type facility she went to, and for others sending them to any kind of facility is not a financial option. The tragedy of the disease was never really explored was it? For that we still have to look to Maine Gandhi ko Nahin Maara.

As for the marital advice - I've seen better from Dear Abby.

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11 April 2008 (USA) See more »

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U, Me Aur Hum - Für immer wir See more »

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$642,923, 13 April 2008

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Dolby Digital



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2.35 : 1
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