Tum Se Achcha Kaun Hai

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Tum Se Achcha Kaun Hai is a 2002 Indian Hindi musical romantic drama film directed by Deepak Anand. Starring Nakul Kapoor, Kim Sharma and Aarti Chabria, it was released on 26 April 2002.

Tum Se Achcha Kaun Hai
Directed byDeepak Anand
Written bySujit Sen
Lalit Mahajan
Produced byRamesh S. Taurani
Kumar S. Taurani
StarringNakul Kapoor
Kim Sharma
Aarti Chabria
CinematographyNirmal Jani
Edited byDeepak Anand
Music bySongs:
Background Score:
Surinder Sodhi
Tips Films
Release date
26 April 2002
Running time
150 minutes
Box office₹1cr.



Working as a guide and bus driver in Jaisalmer, Arjun (Nakul Kapoor) had always dreamt of being a famous singer. When he meets beautiful tourist Naina Dixit (Aarti Chabria), he impresses her with his singing. She encourages him to come to Bombay to try his luck there and leaves her address with him. Shortly thereafter, Arjun bids farewell to his brother, his Bhabhi ( Navni Parihar) and nephew and goes to Bombay. Upon arrival he meets Naina's friend, Monto (Raghuvir Yadav), who takes him to several places to try his luck. No one bothers to listen to him, let alone hear him sing.

He lives with Naina, her sisters, Anu and Tuktuk, and their college professor mom (Rati Agnihotri), who empathize with him. Then Naina hits upon an idea to have an open song-and-dance show in a public park. The show goes well, and a wealthy young woman, Bobby Gujral (Kim Sharma), notices Arjun and invites him to sing for a firm run by her dad's partner, Sunil Mahadevan. When Sunil refuses to get involved, Bobby talks to her dad and opens her own recording company featuring Arjun as the main artist.

Arjun becomes famous overnight but has not forgotten Naina and her family. This does not augur well with Bobby, who is very possessive and wants Arjun all to herself. She makes up her mind that she will never permit anyone to come close to Arjun—she has a gun and knows how to use it. But soon she realizes that she can't get him as he belongs to Naina and loves her only. Unable to cope with the pressure of losing her love, Bobby tries to commit suicide by throwing herself from the hill with her car. After some time, Arjun is shown receiving the award for best singer and thanking Bobby. Then it is shown that Bobby now in a mentally handicapped condition is watching Arjun Live.



All the songs are composed by Nadeem-Shravan and lyrics were penned by Sameer. The songs were very popular.

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Tum Se Achcha Kaun Hai" Tips Films VENUS Jhankar Tauseef Akhtar
2 "Dil Gaya Mera Dil Gaya" Sonu Nigam
3 "Ye Un Dino Ki Baat Hai" Sonu Nigam, Sarika Kapoor
4 "Aankh Hai Bhari Bhari" Kumar Sanu
5 "Aankh Hai Bhari Bhari (female)" Tips Venus Films Beats Alka Yagnik
6 "Aap Jaisa" Sukhwinder Singh
7 "Door Wadiyon Se" Sonu Nigam
8 "Jo Jaam Se Peeta Hoon" Sonu Nigam, Tauseef Akhtar

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