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Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya

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Hindi, Romance, 2012, Color





Every boy in town is attracted to free-spirited tomboy Mini (Genelia D'Souza). That's not simply because she's gorgeous, but also because this eligible bachelorette has a Canadian passport and is heir to her father Bhatti's (Tinnu Anand) business. Unfortunately for her, Bhatti is eager to marry his daughter off at the earliest opportunity. But then Mini meets mild-mannered Viren (Riteish Deshmukh), one of Bhatti's lowly employees. Seizing the opportunity to escape her impending marriage, she flees with Viren in an apparent kidnapping. A romance developing between the unlikely couple, soon leads to a dramatic climax involving a shiny horse and a beautiful car!



The lead pair of the film, in their real life, went in the opposite direction as compared to the pair of the film this film is modeled on - Jab We Met - but they are unlikely to remember it as fondly. It aspires to be a DDLJ meets Jab We Met, but has none of the charm and freshness that made the films it derives from so good. With a bagful of cliches, unoriginal story and screenplay, and a predictable narrative, the film fails to make you fall in love with itself.

In its writing, its performances, its music, the film appears to be trying too hard every time, and failing. The supposedly funny moments between Riteish and Genelia seldom are. In fact, the only time you laugh is when Om Puri bulldozes through his scenes in the second half as the abduction tycoon. It shows the immediate difference between a true professional and others, something that's unfortunately exposed in pretty much every department of this film. Give it a miss, you've seen it somewhere else before.


Upperstall review by: Mr Care





 

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