Ta Ra Rum Pum

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  • NR
  • 2007
  • 2 hr 33 min
  • 5.6  (5,157)
  • 49

Ta Ra Rum Pum is a 2007 Bollywood film that tells the story of RV Singh (Saif Ali Khan) and his wife Radhika (Rani Mukerji). RV is a talented car racer in New York City and his life revolves around his passion for racing. Radhika is a music teacher and a supportive wife to RV. They have two children, a boy named Aditya (Ali Haji) and a girl named Priya (Angelina Idnani). The film starts off with RV's struggles as an upcoming racer. He gets rejected by many sponsors because of his ethnicity and lack of financial clout. Finally, he gets a sponsorship offer from a wealthy businessman named Harry (Jaaved Jaaferi) and his career takes off. RV becomes a famous racer and starts living a lavish lifestyle. Radhika and the children enjoy the trappings of success but never lose sight of what is important. The movie takes a dramatic turn when RV gets into a horrific accident while racing. He is paralyzed and can no longer walk. The family is devastated, and RV falls into depression. Radhika becomes the sole breadwinner and takes up odd jobs to make ends meet. Their children learn to adjust to their new lifestyle and continue to support their father. RV tries to come to terms with his new reality and starts to learn how to walk again with the help of a therapist named Shona (Shriya Sharma). The second half of the movie revolves around RV's attempt to get back into racing. Harry promises to sponsor him again, but RV finds out that Harry has a hidden agenda. He wants to use RV's popularity to promote his new business venture, an over-the-top wedding planning company. Harry's demands put a strain on RV and Radhika's relationship, but they refuse to let their dream of RV racing again die. RV goes through grueling training sessions and intense therapy to prepare for his comeback race. The climax of the film takes place at a race where RV competes against his arch-nemesis, a cocky and arrogant racer named Rob (Michael Joseph). RV's comeback is quite spectacular, and he wins the race, much to the delight of his family and fans. Harry is left speechless when he realizes that he underestimated RV's determination and resiliency. The film ends on a heartwarming note with RV returning to the track and Radhika being proud of her husband. Ta Ra Rum Pum is an enjoyable film that showcases the importance of family, determination, and perseverance. The movie has a great soundtrack with catchy songs like "Saiyaan Ve" and "Hey Shona." The chemistry between Saif Ali Khan and Rani Mukerji is palpable, and they make a convincing on-screen couple. The movie also has its fair share of comedic moments, thanks to Jaaved Jaaferi's performance as Harry. Overall, Ta Ra Rum Pum is a feel-good movie that can be enjoyed by the entire family.

Ta Ra Rum Pum
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Ta Ra Rum Pum is a 2007 Bollywood film that tells the story of RV Singh (Saif Ali Khan) and his wife Radhika (Rani Mukerji). RV is a talented car racer in New York City and his life revolves around his passion for racing. Radhika is a music teacher and a supportive wife to RV. They have two children, a boy named Aditya (Ali Haji) and a girl named Priya (Angelina Idnani).

The film starts off with RV's struggles as an upcoming racer. He gets rejected by many sponsors because of his ethnicity and lack of financial clout. Finally, he gets a sponsorship offer from a wealthy businessman named Harry (Jaaved Jaaferi) and his career takes off. RV becomes a famous racer and starts living a lavish lifestyle. Radhika and the children enjoy the trappings of success but never lose sight of what is important.

The movie takes a dramatic turn when RV gets into a horrific accident while racing. He is paralyzed and can no longer walk. The family is devastated, and RV falls into depression. Radhika becomes the sole breadwinner and takes up odd jobs to make ends meet. Their children learn to adjust to their new lifestyle and continue to support their father. RV tries to come to terms with his new reality and starts to learn how to walk again with the help of a therapist named Shona (Shriya Sharma).

The second half of the movie revolves around RV's attempt to get back into racing. Harry promises to sponsor him again, but RV finds out that Harry has a hidden agenda. He wants to use RV's popularity to promote his new business venture, an over-the-top wedding planning company. Harry's demands put a strain on RV and Radhika's relationship, but they refuse to let their dream of RV racing again die. RV goes through grueling training sessions and intense therapy to prepare for his comeback race.

The climax of the film takes place at a race where RV competes against his arch-nemesis, a cocky and arrogant racer named Rob (Michael Joseph). RV's comeback is quite spectacular, and he wins the race, much to the delight of his family and fans. Harry is left speechless when he realizes that he underestimated RV's determination and resiliency. The film ends on a heartwarming note with RV returning to the track and Radhika being proud of her husband.

Ta Ra Rum Pum is an enjoyable film that showcases the importance of family, determination, and perseverance. The movie has a great soundtrack with catchy songs like "Saiyaan Ve" and "Hey Shona." The chemistry between Saif Ali Khan and Rani Mukerji is palpable, and they make a convincing on-screen couple. The movie also has its fair share of comedic moments, thanks to Jaaved Jaaferi's performance as Harry. Overall, Ta Ra Rum Pum is a feel-good movie that can be enjoyed by the entire family.

Ta Ra Rum Pum is a 2007 kids & family movie with a runtime of 2 hours and 33 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.6 and a MetaScore of 49.

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  • Release Date
    2007
  • MPAA Rating
    NR
  • Runtime
    2 hr 33 min
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    5.6  (5,157)
  • Metascore
    49