I, Me Aur Main Movie Review

I, Me Aur Main (Hindi)

Release Date:
March 01, 2013

Ishaan is a charismatic, good-looking music producer from Mumbai. He lives a sheltered existence, is the centre of his life, the apple of his mother's (Zarina Wahib) eye, always protected by his elder sister Shivani (Mini Mathur) and stays at his girlfriend Anushka's (Chitrangda Singh's) house. He takes them all for granted!

But there comes a day when his life falls apart like a house of cards. Fed up of his flirtatious nature and being taken for granted, his girlfriend throws him out of her house. He moves into a dilapidated house, his mother leaves his father and moves in with him, his sister and his best friend are upset with him and his new boss Beena (Raima Sen) asks him to resign. His ego is severely damaged and his confidence shaken.

At this point, his new neighbour Gauri (Prachi Desai) comes into his life and from her he learns the importance of relationships. He starts taking initiatives towards mending and maintaining his past relationships.

Ishaan begins to truly fall in love with Gauri. There comes a point when he has to make a choice between his love that made him a better person or being a better person by taking responsibility of the actions he has done in the past.

Ishaan is a charismatic, good-looking music producer from Mumbai. He lives a sheltered existence, is the centre of his... Show More

At less than two hours, it's hardly a slog. But you can't help feeling like real potential was squandered

The trouble with this good-looking movie is that it is patchily written and performed, and often feels contrived

Indian Express

In the end, I, Me Aur Main tells a story you would have figured out if you closely watched the promos. There are no surprises here, really

A terribly confused screenplay that struggles to keep the uncertainty propped up and skirts around making precise and consequential character choices

Mumbai Mirror

An insipid romcom involving a boy growing up

I Me aur Main loses itself to self-indulgence!

Times of India

Good story ruined by featherweight emotions and uninspiring direction


I, Me Aur Main would have been a far better film, had the screenplay been more generous with expanding on key elements and developing the plot in a more engaging manner, rather than letting the loose ends hang unashamedly


I, Me Aur Main is an uninspiring romantic story that only scores pointers for its climax


This niche movie doesn't nail it but it's a cute watch

Times of India

A decent watch