Tum Bin

Tum Bin is a wonderful movie that spins around love and ethics.

After Amar Shah's accidental death in India, Canada-based Shah Industries is on the verge of collapse. Pia, Amar's girlfriend, is devastated; Girdhari, Amar's dad, has become numb due to shock; and Amar's sister and grandmother are in mourning and attempt to live day by day.

Months after Amar's death, a young man, Shekhar Malhotra, enters the lives of the Shah family, introduces himself, and offers to re-build and restore Shah Industries without any compensation. He is given the chance, and goes about the uphill task of making the company viable again. Gradually, Shekhar heals the gaping wound left in the Shah family by Amar's death and they come to accept him as one of the family. Also, Shekhar starts to fall for Pia.

Abhi Gyan is a wealthy Canadian industrialist who meets Pia and realizes that she is the right woman for him. Abhi is considering proposing to Pia and helping to rebuild Shah Industries to its golden past. What he does not know, however, is that Pia has fallen in love with Shekhar.

Eventually, a conflict arises between Pia and Shekhar regarding a proposition made by Abhi Gyan to take over Shah Industries. Shekhar realizes that Pia does not need his help any more and decides to go back to India. What follows reveals the secret burden of his past, the struggle between emotions and logic, and why he never confesses his love for Pia.

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