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Vishwas is a small-town boy from Panchgani(Maharashtra).He got to arrive Pune to join his new job at Technicult. Being new to the big city culture and its people, he is to go through an uncanny, fateful 7-days to find his love and himself.
Starring Himansh Kohli and Priya Banerjee, a romantic drama that follows the story of two childhood friends who end up going separate ways to follow their dreams. Eventually, they return to... See full summary »
The film immediately reminds of SRK's "Darr" but not tht effective.
Karanveer Bohra (Dhruv)
When infatuation takes an ugly shape, there's destruction. And this is a story of one such lover, Karanvir Bohra (Dhruv), who takes his obsession way too far, and all too soon.
Set in a hill station, this film's plot traces the journey of Dhruv, a simple bookstore and café owner, who falls in love with a renowned novelist Ananya Tripathi (Priya Banerjee). But soon after, things go downhill.
Dhruv's impulsive actions set the mood of the story. The film is a drama with suspense and thrills, but it is predictable, hence, failing to keep you on the edge of the seat.
Karanvir Bohra is effective and plays his part convincingly.
Overall, 'Hume Tumse Pyaar Kitna' is a few decades too late, as it reminds you of the era when Bollywood romanticised tales of creepily obsessive lovers.
The climax, too, falls flat and the film offers nothing that you have not seen before in this genre.
Boy meets girl, he falls madly in love with her. He stalks her, harasses her and does everything and anything he possibly can to complete his love story.
Apart from a few thrills, the film gives you nothing new to get entertained.
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