Tum Bin 2 (1/5) --- If you liked Tum Bin which had Priyanshu Chatterjee then you will be disappointed with the sequel. That's the problem with sequels in this industry as filmmakers can be so desperate to cash in on prequels without writing a story and a script. It's the same scenario with Anubhav Sinha who just recycled a love triangle that has been done so many times and deliberately took elements out the prequel. Boy 1 supposedly dies (Latter comes back alive similar to Deewana) and the girl just can get over his death Boy 2 enters the girl life then both fall in love. When Boy 2 comes back, it turns into a love triangle although Boy 2 decides to leave the girl in the climax.
The twist (Flashback scenes) was so predictable and blatantly copied off Tum Bin (Prequel) were it was revealed that Boy 2 accidentally killed Boy 1 hence why he was asking for his dad for forgiveness. Then decides to walk away only meet in car accident similar to what in happened in the prequel with Priyanshu.
This sequel has a bad story and screenplay followed by unrealistic characters. I mean, it's not like Tum Bin (Prequel) where you feel connected to the characters in terms of emotional scenes they showed. Tum Bin (Prequel) worked because the love story was fresh and characters were written very well. When they cry in the film like Priyanshu Chatterjee & Sandali Sinha, it makes you want to care for them and giving their respective characters that sort of feel in a love story.
Neha Sharma gets more importance in this film and she's ok but her character is too bland based on what I said in my third paragraph. Aditya Seal is good and makes an effort in this film. Aashim Gulati's performance just ugh.
Songs were terrible and I hate how they remixed the original one with Jagit Singh.