Teraa Surroor



STORY: Raghu (Himesh Reshammiya) does the right things, the wrong way. He reveres Tara (Farah Karimaee) and she cherishes him as well. However Raghu’s philandering move pushes her away to Ireland, where she is discovered for medication hawking. Raghu trusts she is guiltless. Turns out, she has been encircled by a strange man called Anirudh Brahmin. Will he save his young lady from Dublin and catch the genuine guilty party?

CAST:Himesh Reshammiya, Farah Karimaee, Naseeruddin Shah, Kabir Bedi, Shekhar Kapur, Monica Dogra, Shernaz Patel
DIRECTION:Shawn Arranha
DURATION:1 hour 46 minutes

REVIEW: On paper, Teraa Surroor sounds like an edge-of-the-seat activity thriller. Notwithstanding, the execution is a long way from it. Rather than mounting pressure, which is essential for this class, the film is immersed with umpteen tunes and sentimental flashbacks that in the long run kill the pace and congruity. The utilization and misuse of vast Slowmo arrangements is another issue.

Additionally, one anticipates that Himesh will enthrall – be it purposefully or unexpectedly. He gives agonizing looks and postures, mouths dialogs robotically. His Katrina Kaif like co-star Farah Karimaee is good however similarly boring similarly as her onscreen vicinity is concerned.

Be that as it may, it’s not simply them. The story and heading are frail and the dialogs are monotonous. “Ireland ka lock down period honey bees minute hai” is harped for 20 times.

Melodies are most likely the film’s just resource. We wish there were more firsts and less reproduced ones however. The cinematography and foundation score compliment the story. In any case, the developing of occasions take a bit too long, which lets down the underlying develop. The peak could have been crisper. While the lead performing artists scarcely act, the terrible folks over-act.

Naseeruddin Shah as dependably is viable in his little yet noteworthy part. Monica Dogra and Kabir Bedi emerge, while Shekhar Kapur makes a fascinating cameo. Just if the rest wasn’t so forgettable and tedious. The patriotism bit excessively appears to be constrained and strange.

Himesh Reshammiya’s romantic-thriller ‘Teraa Surroor,’ which opened to a lukewarm response at the box office earning Rs 1.25 crore on its first day, has shown no growth on its second day. The film, which has received mixed reviews from the audience and the critics, added another Rs 1.25 crore to its kitty on second day.

The film has earned Rs 5.50 crore in five days.

Day 1 Rs 1.25 crore
Day 2 Rs 1.25 crore
Day 3 Rs 1.50 crore
Day 4 Rs 80 lakh
Day 5 Rs. 70 lakh

(Source: boxofficeindia.com)