Tum Milo Toh Sahi 2010 Movie Preview

Nana Patekar: Subramanium
Subramanium dedicated his life tending to his ailing mother till her end. At 60, he is forced into retirement. Now what? The journey takes Subramanium from being a disgruntled, cynical and acrid man who keeps people away from him, to someone who embraces that life-enriching feeling called love.

Dimple Kapadia: Delshad
The ever-smiling Delshad was roughly the same age as Subramanium but had approached life in a completely different manner. Delshad had spent a lifetime struggling yet smiling -Through the film we see Delshad battle demons of her past and we see how a woman of the world, becomes a woman all over again at the age of 58.

Suniel Shetty: Amit Nagpal
Amit was a successful corporate climber at 40, had stunned many by his swift ascent but inside him, he felt a void. In his quest to make everything that was worldly possible he had lost what he was fighting the world for his family, Amit and Anita were in the throes of a mid-life crisis. 'Excitement and breathlessness of being in love' was now a distant memory.

Vidya Malavade: Anita Nagpal
Anita is a young professor married to Amit. Her centre of attraction is her son Ankur.Outwardly she seems happy but she too feels the void inside her. Her unassuming love for Amit often tends to be taken for granted. It takes a while for the giver of this love to become assertive and the recipient to acknowledge that love. That is the journey of Anita. A woman who was vocal enough to express her open stance on society was a very victim of the problems that globally patch a relationship.

Rehan Khan: Bikramjeet Singh
Bikramjeet a young boy arrives in Mumbai from up North to experience civilian life before joining the Indian Army. He falls in love with Shalini, an ambitious Mumbai girl. Through the film the boy who comes to Mumbai becomes the man he was to be and finds his true calling in life.

Anjana Sukhani: Shalini
Shalini is a young Maharashtrian Mumbai girl. She tries to portray her false self to impress her peers. This shows her immaturity. Her reason for being in the story is to see how love brings about the journey from immaturity to maturity.


Tum Milo Toh Sahi is not just a romantic comedy...it is three unique romantic stories in one.

Set in modern-day Mumbai, with all the demands and pressures of city life, the film weaves together the lives of three couples who connect with each other through a series of touching and hilarious moments, sometimes just over a simple cup of coffee.

It is about the meeting of souls (Nana Patekar and Dimple Kapadia), the meeting of minds (Suniel Shetty and Vidya Malavade) and the meeting of hearts (Rehan Khan and Anjana Sukhani), underlining that love is the driving force in people's lives, irrespective of age... from school kids to the youth of today, from people in their mid-lives' crises to those who are sixty plus. The journey of life slowly aids the discovery of love in all its different shades and hues, at different stages; it brings with it the bitter, the sweet and sometimes the spicy, making life worth living.

Tum Milo Toh Sahi is a film about human victory, when ordinary people come together to combine their strengths and stand by what they believe in.