Saturday, March 13, 2010

Arshad Warsi's first production Hum Tum Aur Ghost.

Arshad Warsi’s first production Hum Tum Aur Ghost.

Arshad Warsi had come up with his first production Hum Tum Aur Ghost. The film had been directed by Kabir Kaushik. There is lot of expectation on Arshad Warsi after his film Ishqiya opposite Vidya Balan and Naseeruddin Shahin the early part of the year had become hit.

In the film Arshad Warsi was a fashion photographer. He met Dia Mirza who was a fashion journalist. But Arshad Warsi could not sleep at night as he heard many voices that disturbed.

It had wide significance in the life of Arshad Warsi, as nobody other than him could hear those voices. Dia Mirza got irritated with the behavior of Arshad Warsi, while the friends of Arshad Warsi showed sympathy for him.

Arshad Warsi heard the call of the spirits which only appeared before him and went on a mission to help three characters as advised by the spirits. The three characters included a child named Ali, an old man named Mr. Kapoor and a young woman.

The rest of the film hovered around the theme of helping the three characters. The innovative part of the story is related to that issue. The music of the film had been composed by Shankar Ehsaan Loy.

The notable songs in the film included “dekho raste mei” composed by Shreya Ghoshal and KK, “hum tum aur ghost” sung by Shankar Mahadevan, Vishal Dadlani and Arun Ingle, “banware se pooche banwaria” sung by Shaan, Sunidhi Chauhan and others.

Arshad Warsi, Dia Mirza and Boman Irani played their roles to perfection. But the film does not have that amount of twists and turns which can make the audience sit in the auditoriums and halls for more than three hours.
The film should do average business.

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