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Na Tum Jano Na Hum

4.6 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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MINT condition: the case, the DVD, and the insert all show no signs of any wear. The DVD was tested on Sony home theater equipment and performed perfectly. PLEASE NOTE: There is a price sticker on the case.

Product Details

  • Actors: Saif Ali Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Esha Deol, Alok Nath, Smita Jaykar
  • Directors: Arjun Sablok
  • Writers: Arjun Sablok, Pratibha Acharya
  • Producers: Vivek Singhania
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: Hindi
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    PG-13
    Parents Strongly Cautioned
  • Studio: Eros Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: July 17, 2007
  • Run Time: 158 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00008N72P
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #268,684 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Na Tum Jano Na Hum" on IMDb

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I'm a sucker for Hrithik Roshan romances (and I like Saif Ali Khan too). This is a good one and I wasn't disappointed.
It took me a while to get round to watching this though as the cover looked like a still from 'A Few Good Men' or a CIA action movie and I was looking for something lighter. IGNORE the cover picture! This is really Bollywood light romance of the triangle kind and the sunglasses on the cover are 'cool'.
WE have 2 long time friends. One (Hrithik) sets up a letter writing relationship with Esha (Esha Deol) but they never meet and don't know who each other is. Then fate takes a hand and Hrithik mediates a marriage between Esha and his friend (Saif). Then he realizes too late who Esha really is. This movie is about God taking a hand so you may guess what pans out by the end of 159 minutes.
I enjoyed this one. It was a little slow at the beginning and Esha looked very much too young for Hrithik originally and it didn't mesh. She shed her schoolgirl gear and pigtails and went into young woman and it settled down. Esha was actually very lively and able to convey a range of emotions and was good - as naturally Hrithik and Saif also were.
There's a few good tunes, some decent Hrithik (and Saif) dancing (though don't think too much about why they jumped to some of their fanciful images and locations!)
I liked this one but I see elsewhere on the Net it is often seen as anywhere from just average to above average. This is a keeper.
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This is a great movie. It's a wonderful love story with some traditional dance and wonderful traditional costumes, but it is a nice mixture of modern problems and romantic issues. It's different and a nice twist on a romantic story.

Very pleased and would watch this one over and over again.

One brother finds that a pen pal of many years is the very woman he has convinced his friend to marry...what will he do? He must choose between the love of a brother and the love of a woman, a woman who loves him back just as deeply but she has never met him.
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I admit it, I have a problem, I'm addicted to Hrithik Roshan movies. There they say admitting it is the first step to recovery. The funny thing is I have no desire to recover! Adding Saif Ali Khan to the addiction spells my doom. These two have a lot in common: they're funny, talented, intelligent, and each gorgeous. It's a good thing they didn't go to high school together! Mr. Khan would have had to pull out his trump card the tiny fact that he's a prince! It's true life is not fair.

Ever since I discovered Bollywood I wanted to see these two in a movie and to prove wishes come true I found this. After reading the synopsis and reviews I was expecting something like "You've Got Mail" "A Shop Around The Corner" and "In The Good Old Summertime" these are favorites of mine, but to be honest the only thing that this has in common with them is the fact that two people fall in love through letters. The differences far exceed the similarities. The most glaring is the tiny fact that our two literary love-birds are not enemies by day! That is the lynch pin of the other films. Rahul and Esha get along great in person, if they weren't so crazy for their paper selves they might have gotten together quickly.

I don't typically laugh-out-loud at movies. I'm defective that way. This movie made me laugh madly so five stars it gets. It does suffer from one big flaw, the sound effects! I don't know why it took so long to ditch the dated annoying sound effects but they had them in this one. Other than that this film is just what a romantic needs. So lets talk performances

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Three and a half stars for NA TUM JAANO NA HUM.

In today's busy technological age, the e-mail rules all. But I have to believe that there's a place still for the age-old tradition of exchanging thoughts and emotions thru letters. A letter will always be more romantic and more personal than an e-mail, so sayeth I. So, despite that this film came out in 2002, I easily bought into the plot device which calls for the two central characters corresponding via "snail mail."

The premise of NA TUM JAANO NA HUM (Neither You Know Nor I) borrows from Jimmy Stewart's classic The Shop Around the Corner, Judy Garland's musical In the Good Old Summertime and even from the more recent You've Got Mail (Deluxe Edition). Hrithik Roshan and Esha Deol are cast as photographer Rahul and recent college graduate Esha, two strangers who, thanks to a radio station, become anonymous pen pals. Rahul and Esha are romantic dreamers and, as they get to know each other thru their correspondence, they fall in love, never mind that they haven't seen each other or know each other's names. Things keep on like this for a while, with the two content with merely composing and posting until, fueled by the engine of the Almighty Movie Coincidence, Esha hires Rahul for a photography gig, and so they finally meet each other in person, although both continue to be oblivious. So usher in all those cute and savory romantic moments, as these two strike up a friendship.
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