Akele Hum Akele Tum (English: I'm Just Alone, So Are You) is a 1995 Indian Hindi-language musical drama romance film. It stars Aamir Khan, Manisha Koirala and Master Adil, and was directed by Mansoor Khan. The music is by Anu Malik and the lyrics are by Majrooh Sultanpuri.
This movie is a remake of the cult classic American film Kramer vs. Kramer based on a 1977 novel of the same name which was adapted and directed by Robert Benton starring Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep.
Rohit Kumar (Aamir Khan) is an aspiring playback singer while Kiran (Manisha Koirala) is an ambitious classical singer-in-training. They meet, relate to each other's sentiments, fall in love and get married. When Kiran's parents oppose their marriage, they decide to lead a separate life.
However, after marriage, Kiran's ambitions take a back seat as she feels suppressed by her household responsibilities and looking after her son. Time fails to abate Kiran's frustration until she decides to leave Rohit and start a new life all over again. Now a loner, Rohit is forced to look after both his son and his own falling career. After some obvious teething troubles, Rohit succeeds in creating a separate world for himself and his son, Sunil.
Meanwhile, Kiran becomes a huge film star. She tries to reconcile with Rohit but as luck would have it, Rohit is a proud man and misinterprets her support as her pity and things become worse. A court case is eventually filed for the custody of Sunil.
Rohit faces a tough time preparing for the case as his financial position is not as sound as Kiran's. He sells his best songs at a very low price so that he can fight the custody battle. During the court battle, Kiran's lawyer Bhujbal (Paresh Rawal) uses every possible trick to show that Rohit does not deserve the custody of his child. He even uses the information that Rohit had told Kiran (only because he felt that she had a right to know about her son's life) against him. Rohit instructs his lawyer to fight the case honestly as he does not wish to hurt Kiran and her reputation. In the end the court rules in favor of the mother and Kiran is given custody of the child. During this time, common friends of Rohit and Kiran try to explain to Kiran that Rohit had changed for the better and that he was now very much attached to his son. Kiran also realises that their son would never find happiness only with her. She tells Rohit that she will not take Sonu away and that she wants him to stay at his own home to which Rohit replies that this was Kiran's home as well. Kiran seemingly moves to get out of the house but then closes the door and smiles.
Rohit and Kiran hug each other and their son and the movie ends.Aamir Khan as Rohit Kumar
Manisha Koirala as Kiran Kumar (Kiara Kumar in the Malayalam version)
Adil Rizvi as Sunil 'Sonu' Kumar
Deven Verma as Kanhaiya
Tanvi Azmi as Farida
Rohini Hattangadi as Mrs. Dayal (as Rohini Hatangadi)
Paresh Rawal as Advocate Bhujbal
Anjan Srivastava as Ram Dayal (as Anjan Srivastava)
Rakesh Roshan as Paresh Kapoor
Shafi Inamdaar as Kaushik
Satish Shah as Gulbadan Kumar
Harish Patel as Amar
Navneet Nishan as Sunita (Kiran's Friend)
Neeraj Vora as Moolchand (Grocer)
Mushtaq Khan as Mr. Bhatija (Rohit's Lawyer)
Dinesh Hingoo as Jamshed (Grocer)
Shashi Kiran as Ravinder Kapoor
Suresh Bhagwat as Prakash (Tailor)
Razzak Khan as Babulal
Hiralal as Hira Lal
Viju Khote (actor playing role of a NRI)
Ayesha Jhulka (presenting award)
Yunus Parvez as Mehra (uncredited)
Ghanshyam (actor playing role to insult a NRI)
Jennifer Winget as young girl
The music is given by Anu Malik. The song "Aisa Zakham Diya Hai" is based on "Child in Time" by Deep Purple and the song "Dil Mera Churaya Kyun" tune has been taken from "Wham!" by Last Christmas.. The melody and music for the song "Raja Ko Rani Se Pyaar" was taken from Nina Rota's Love Theme from the Godfather