A heartbroken guy marries another girl and leads a happy life until the past starts creating problems.
As soon as the film starts, one is bombarded with so much of pink colour that it feels like watching one of those talcum powder advertisements. And behold, the branding of that very talcum powder follows soon; which, by the way, is just one of the many such blatant ones that the film is filled with.
So you have the usual Sanjay Jadhav team of Swwapnil Joshi, as Siddharth, and Sai Tamhankar, as Nandini, coming together, yet again. Nandini is someone who is a staunch believer in love marriages but following her father's orders, she gets married to Siddharth who is coping with heartbreak. Eight years later, Siddharth and Nandini are leading happy lives in Mumbai with their daughter. Kamlakar Bhanushali (Girish Oak), a politician who has some connection with Siddharth's past, comes to Siddharth's workplace and makes a proposal to him. He tells Siddharth that he's ready to fund Siddharth's work plant with Rs 25 crore provided he gets rid of Nandini. Turns out, Siddharth used to be in a relationship with Bhanushali's daughter Bhairavi.
The first hour unfolds at a dead slow pace and lot of times, the story contradicts itself. After the intermission, you might expect the film to pick up space and to some extent it does, only to become slow again.
'Tu Hi Re' is good in parts or rather in moments. It has some situations that genuinely connect with the viewer but just when you feel there's something good unfolding, the 'Duniyadari' and 'Pyar Vali Love Story' deja vu seeps in. The cinematography is good, especially in Sai's introductory song Sundara.
Sai and Swwapnil are good actors but it's high time they move over typical love stories with similar stories. Tejaswini makes an entry to Sanjay's 'team', looks ravishing and does her part well as does Girish Oak in his cameo.
Frankly, this film has nothing great to offer but romance buffs, especially those fond of the lead pair, and people who don't mind a family whistling away their morning (literally) and watching Swwapnil's unbelievable (again, literally) fight sequence, can fancy a watch.