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Teri Kasam

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11 Oct, 2013 2 hrs 15 mins U/A
Khesari lal Yadav, Monika Batra, Subhi Sharma
For a romantic drama, the film has its most essential element right - the love story is impeccable.

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Story: It is impossible for Saraswati Parthasarthy (Mawra Hocane) to get a guy for herself. After being turned down by ten men and disowned by her own family, Saroo finds solace in her incorrigible neighbour Inder (Harshvardhan Rane). Does their love story see a happy ending?

Review: A brooding, disgruntled, gruffly man with a heart of gold falls in love with a simple girl from a traditional family... quite an unlikely pair? Well, not for Bollywood atleast. But you forgive director duo Radhika Rao and Vinay Sapru just because of their perfect casting. When everything falls flat in the film, the lead pair hold the forte with their effortless chemistry. For a romantic drama, the film has its most essential element right - the love story is impeccable.

It is mighty flawed otherwise. The sub tracks dilute the build-up of the movie. In the first half, the film wastes too much of its time and energy in what they call 'the make-over of the Vibhuti aunty'. Vijay Raaz breaks into an abhorrent item song with back-up dancers straight out of the sets of Shefali Jariwala's Kaanta Laga and give the 'fossil' Saroo a modern look. If this doesn't kill the audience, a father executing the last rites of his living daughter will.

As long as the focus stays on its leads, the film does a good job. Harshavardhan, besides flaunting his perfectly chiseled torso and walking topless all through the film, give his angst some charm. Mawra matches up with her innocence and vulnerability. From Inder softening every time he is around Saraswati, to watching them goof around in Kheech Meri Photo, they are a treat from the word go. You want to invest in these characters but the movie gets shrill over its 155 minutes, a little too sappy for liking and eventually boring. Your heart genuinely goes out to Harsh and Mawra who are let down by their clumsy narrative.

Aashiqui 2 did a good job at bringing back the 90s' melodramatic romance back but Sanam Teri Kasam is barely as compelling.

Avg Users’ Rating 2.5/5 ( 254 users )
Arya Sasidharan
The best romantic movie
Gunjan Gulhane
awesome movie waiting to watch it again
S� Yaana
Well ... I would say that this is the best romantic movie that Bollywood has made lately.. The story is not just about the love story between a girl and a boy (which is how most of the bollywood movies are) but also it’s about the love and bond between a girl and her father.. how one single thing that our parents say affects our life.. and the way Inder loved Saru...i wish all the guys in the world loves their girl that way!! Yes from the begining we know how it will end BUT ..the most heart touching part is when the truth about Inder’s feelings are revealed.. The words he wrote on the opposite side of the library card and all.. It felt so beautiful. You guys must’ve watched A Walk To Remember.. i would say that this movie is as beautiful as A Walk To Remember .. How come the movie haven’t got any awards??? Is it because SRK or Salman Khan is not in the movie?? This movie is way better than Aashiqui 2 .. !!! The story is perfect.. the songs are awesome .. and most of all their acting is AWESOME!! They have shown the characters so perfectly..
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