Starring: Sarvar Ahuja,
Kkhushi, Riya Sen, Vikram Gokhale, Smita Jaykar, Kiran
Kumar, Rati Agnihotri
Director: Manish Goel
Sarvar is a fun loving guy who lives in a hill station
and like most of the youngsters; he spends his time with
his friends. One day he literally bumps into the
beautiful Kkhushi, as it was not a pleasant encounter
when both bang each other’s cars.
Gradually their friendship blooms and soon, Sarvar
develops love for the soft spoken Kkhushi, who too,
develops her love feelings for him. But Kkhushi is
timely cautioned by her best pal who reminds her of her
background and the orthodox family and her just round
the corner arranged marriage back in Delhi.
who is yesteryear’s actress Tabassum’s grand daughter is
extremely delightful in her debut film. She carries her
part well the right amount of innocence and expressive
face. Sarvar Ahuja, the winner of Zee Cinestars Ki Khoj
is great to watch. Its nice to see the veterans Vikram
Gokhale as Kkhushi's father and Kiran Kumar who are back
after a long time. Riya Sen is enchanting in her item
song while Kunal Kumar as Sarvar's friend is amusing..
After a long time, a film that one can call truly
romantic has come out. It's a pure family entertainer.
One just hopes this underdog film gets its right due.
Just don't miss it if you are a true romantic at heart.
When Sarwar expresses his feelings to her, he finds
something a miss in her behavior. When he succeeds in
expressing his love to her, Kkhshi tells him as to what
is stopping her for loving him. But when she leaves back
for Delhi, she leaves him a glimmer of hope to take a
chance with destiny to see if they are really meant for
Kkhushi scribbles her
address on a Rs. 100 note and drops it into a donation
box, announcing that if Sarvar finds the currency note
he can take a chance and reach the address given by her
and maybe, then they both can take their relationship
Sarvar manages to find the note, misplaces it while on
his way to Delhi and ultimately succeeds in finding it
again. Finally when he reaches at her home what happens
there is what forms the rest of the story.
Hum Phirr Mileinge is a simple tale narrated with utmost
sincerity. Debutante director Manish Goel has come up
with a good film, which takes it time to establish the
things, and yet it gets straight to the point without a
moment of dullness.
The director has effectively captured pure hearted
romance on screen. The touching moments are subtly
handled without going melodramatic. Lyricist Irshad
Kamil has come up with beautiful songs to match Sandesh
Shandilya's music, in particular the Riya Sen's item
song Sajan Mera rendered by Sunidhi Chauhan.
Riya Sen – Guest Appearance
Credits & Crew:
Director - Manish Goel
Producer - Rajesh Gupta
Writer - Manish Goel
Lyrics - Irshad Kamil
Music Director: Sandesh Shandilya , Sameer
Singer – Sunidhi Chauhan