Manisha Koirala, Karan Nath, Netanya Singh, Rajat Kapoor, Aman Verma/16X9 Anamorphic Widescreen/Dolby Digital 5.1/English
Release by -Venus/Rainbow
Tum is the story of love, passion and obsession, an adultery, which was not intended, and they will have to the pay the price that will cost one of them their lives. Vinod Gupta (Rajat Kapoor) a responsible CEO of a company, he is a busy man with great responsibilities. His work keeps him away from his wife Kamini most of the time. Vinod loves and trusts his wife to a fault what will he do when Kamini breaches his trust. Kamini Gupta (Manisha Koirala) a homemaker beautiful she was very happy living a simple sort of an existence. Her life takes on a new dimension if it was not for that night when she met Jatin. Jatin Pandey (Karan Nath) young and successful fashion photographer he is capable of maneuvering people by his unmistakable charm. His motto is to go and get what ever his heart desires little did he know that his this trait will trap him for ever giving him no escape after one night of sin, lust and passion. Yusuf Malik (Aman Verma) a police officer true to his duty and uniform he is on a mission that seems impossible. His job is to find the killer wherever he is, whoever he is. Kamini flies to Mauritius hoping to meet her ever busy husband so the two could celebrate their anniversary their. But as fate always has its way Vinod fails to turn up and disappointed Kamini chances upon handsome Jatin. The two click on instantly they drink, enjoy and end up in bed. Guilty Kamini returns but Jatin follows her she tries to refrain from him but he is so irresistible and all the barriers are broken just when... Tum's narrative offers nothing new but then many things go into making a movie. Dramatic thrillers and murder mysteries are in promising the viewers moments of shrills and chills however few manage to that, we just wish Tum surpasses them all.