Saturday, February 25, 2012

TERE NAAL LOVE HO GAYA

Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya directed by : Mandeep Kumar
As Tips Industries’ Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya released this Friday, the film has become a topic of heated discussion given that the newly weds Riteish Deshmukh and Genelia come a full circle as they made their debut together in the 2003 with Tujhe Meri Kazam ,which did phenomenal business in single screen centers in Maharashtra.

Confirms a trade source “ The film released in 2003 but was screened and continued to do business till the year 2011 in Kolapur,Nashik and Pune.In 2008 Kolapur screen owners ran the film with 4 shows in a day (550 seaters) and each show was houseful. Enter 2009, the year where the tiff between multiplex owners and producers took place- Tujhe Meri Kazam still opened to phenomenal occupancy.It then went on to have a good 6 week run during the IPL in 2010 and was re-released in 2011 (29th April 2011 to 30th June 2011) and was welcomed with 9 weeks of business”.

After following that up with Masti in 2004, the now husband and wife team are looking to spread a little romance and a whole lot of laughter with Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya directed by Mandeep Kumar. Says producer Kumar Taurani “I’m sure that Tere Naal is a special film Riteish-Genelia. They shot for the film before marriage and it will release post marriage.”

The plot takes in the ups and downs of two people hailing from seemingly different worlds as they look to escape their every day lives and discover that ultimately love conquers all. As the romantic-comedy released this Friday the 24th Febuary,the lead couple couldn’t be more excited .

Says Genelia “We started off together as newcomers, but now we are further along in the industry and have grown as actors”.

Adds Riteish “We started our career together with Tujhe Meri Kasam. And it was interesting to be working together again after eight-years since we discovered each other as actors again. This film is extremely special to us and I hope it’s as special for everyone else”.

Starring Riteish Deshmukh and Genelia D’Souza, Tips Industries Ltd’s Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya released on 24th February,2012.

SYNOPSIS :

Mini (Genelia D'Souza) is an educated, fun-loving young girl who is the daughter of rich businessman, Bhatti (Tinnu Anand). Bhatti wants to marry Mini off to a rich jaat, named Sunny. Sunny in turn sees Mini as someone who can help him go to Canada. But the feisty Mini, who loves life and adventure, will have none of that. Viren (Riteish Deshmukh), who drives Bhatti's rickshaw, is a simpleton with dreams of starting a travel agency with a fleet of cars for which he is painstakingly saving money. Bhatti sells off all his rickshaws one day with Viren's savings of Rs.60,000 in it. Egged on by his friends to drown his sorrows, Viren guzzles a few drinks and in a drunken stupor lands up at Bhatti's doorstep demanding his money back, while Mini's engagement is in progress. An argument ensues and Viren lays his hands on a pistol.

In the commotion, Mini seizes the opportunity and forces Viren to kidnap her and makes him drive them off in the waiting vehicle. The spunky Mini makes a deal with Viren that he will follow her instructions and will demand a ransom of Rs 10 lakh from her father. He can then have his Rs 60,000 and she will keep the rest as she does not want to go back home and get married. While the ransom letter goes to Mini's father, the couple enter into someone's home and try to make ends meet. In the process, they fall in love and are happy being with each other. The story takes a twist when Mini's fiance Sunny along with her father comes to pay the ransom amount but actually fools them and starts firing, hoping to take Mini back. Suddenly, Mini and Viren are kidnapped by another person and taken away to the Chowdhary's haveli.

Chowdhary (Om Puri) is a notorious kidnapping kingpin, who makes a living out of demanding ransom. Just when you think Chowdhary is a villain of sorts and some never-ending torture drama will unfold, we discover that Viren alias "chotu" is Chowdhary. Disapproving of his father's ways, Viren has left home six years ago to work in Patiala as a rickshaw driver. The story unfolds and leads to a dramatic climax involving a shiny horse and a beautiful car!Mini (Genelia D'Souza) is an educated, fun-loving young girl who is the daughter of rich businessman, Bhatti (Tinnu Anand). Bhatti wants to marry Mini off to a rich jaat, named Sunny. Sunny in turn sees Mini as someone who can help him go to Canada. But the feisty Mini, who loves life and adventure, will have none of that. Viren (Riteish Deshmukh), who drives Bhatti's rickshaw, is a simpleton with dreams of starting a travel agency with a fleet of cars for which he is painstakingly saving money. Bhatti sells off all his rickshaws one day with Viren's savings of Rs.60,000 in it. Egged on by his friends to drown his sorrows, Viren guzzles a few drinks and in a drunken stupor lands up at Bhatti's doorstep demanding his money back, while Mini's engagement is in progress. An argument ensues and Viren lays his hands on a pistol.

In the commotion, Mini seizes the opportunity and forces Viren to kidnap her and makes him drive them off in the waiting vehicle. The spunky Mini makes a deal with Viren that he will follow her instructions and will demand a ransom of Rs 10 lakh from her father. He can then have his Rs 60,000 and she will keep the rest as she does not want to go back home and get married. While the ransom letter goes to Mini's father, the couple enter into someone's home and try to make ends meet. In the process, they fall in love and are happy being with each other. The story takes a twist when Mini's fiance Sunny along with her father comes to pay the ransom amount but actually fools them and starts firing, hoping to take Mini back. Suddenly, Mini and Viren are kidnapped by another person and taken away to the Chowdhary's haveli.

Chowdhary (Om Puri) is a notorious kidnapping kingpin, who makes a living out of demanding ransom. Just when you think Chowdhary is a villain of sorts and some never-ending torture drama will unfold, we discover that Viren alias "chotu" is Chowdhary. Disapproving of his father's ways, Viren has left home six years ago to work in Patiala as a rickshaw driver. The story unfolds and leads to a dramatic climax involving a shiny horse and a beautiful car!

REVIEWS & RESPONSE : 

The film received mixed to positive response from critics upon release. Taran Adarsh from Bollywood Hungama rated the film 3 out of 5, and added "Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya is a sweet love story which is entertaining enough to succeed critically and commercially." Jeetendra Ojha from News Network of India has given 3.5/5 stars and says "Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya is entertaining and a mood setting film". Top critic Komal Nahta from Koimoi gave it 2.5/5, just like Rediff.com which claimed "The film is entertaining, however an edgy climax ruins the show." He also explained the film to not be unique or new. Times of India gave the film a positive review and said "With the feel-good factor working to its advantage, you might just end up saying Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya to this sweet-n-simple film."

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