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Tera Suroor Movie Review

Tera Suroor Movie Review

Average Ratings:1.61/5
Reviews Counted:10
Score: 20% Positive
Negative :8

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Ratings:1/5 Review By:Rajeev Masand Site:CNN IBN

Neither suspenseful in its execution of the escape, nor in the big reveal of the mastermind behind Raghu’s problems, the film seems to exist for no other purpose than to showcase Himesh and his limited talent. I’m going with one out of five for Teraa Surroor. The one star is for the gorgeous Dublin locations, and for the infectious music.

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Ratings:1/5 Review By:Sukanya Verma Site: Rediff

The few scenes in which the irrepressibly magical Naseer appears don’t seem to belong to this film. Filmmaker Shekhar Kapur makes a rare appearance, but unfortunately, this yet so charming man doesn’t deserve two random scenes and a tacky, bizarre line which goes like “Bad girls should not get good boyfriends” or whatever.

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Ratings:1/5 Review By:Anupama Chopra Site: Film Companion 
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Ratings:2/5 Review By:Shubha Shetty-Saha Site: Mid-day

True to his reputation, Himesh Reshammiya — the only valid reason for Teraa Surroor’s existence, does not show any expression. Not even one. Not even a quarter.If watching a 100-something minutes long music video starring a deadpan, poor man’s Sunil Shetty strutting self-importantly in Salman’s hand-me-down is your kind of entertainment, book your ticket RIGHT NOW.

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Ratings:3/5 Review By:Bollywood Hungama Site: Bollywood Hungama

A special mention for the film’s DoP (Maneesh Chandra Bhatt), for not just the film bearing an upscale and glossy look, but also for successfully capturing the foreign locales (Ireland) exceedingly well on celluloid. On the other hand, the film’s editing (Aashish Gaikar) is just about average. On the whole, TERAA SURROOR is aimed at Himesh Reshammiya’s fans who may want to go and patronize the movie. The pragmatic economics (cost recovery through the sale of music, satellite and other rights), no opposition and the multitude of Himesh Reshammiya’s fans will ensure it will sail to safety at the Box Office.

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Ratings:0.5/5 Review By:Shubhra Gupta Site:Indianexpress

About the only thing I enjoyed, apart from a few flashes of pristine Dublin, was Shekhar Kapur’s grizzled walk-on appearance as an Indian diplomat with a troubled marriage. The about-to-be-divorced wife (Monica Dogra) plays a lawyer and manages many scenes with Kapur, who gets to deliver the best dialogue in the film: I hate love stories, he says. And smiles. One character says : “oh god it’s a mess”. An apt line.

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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By:Saibal Chaterjee Site:NDTV

Teraa Surroor sure is lethal, but for all the wrong reasons, what with Himesh striving very, very hard to pass himself off as a poor man’s superman.Teraa Surroor dives deep into a sea of mothballed ideas. No wonders the exercise yields no pearls. Tera Surroor is a follow-up to the 2007 Himesh Reshammiya starrer Aap Ka Surroor. Himesh holds on to a single expression all through the film. Whether he is dodging a bullet, shooting down gangsters or merely in the midst of a lovers’ tiff, he betrays no semblance of emotion.

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Ratings:– Review By:Nandini Ramnath Site:Scroll

Reshammiya’s fans will appreciate the corny dialogue by Natasha Ramsay, the slow-motion action sequences in which our hero sends criminals flying through conveniently located glass panes, and his newly chiseled body. Whatever the view on Reshammiya and his unrelenting attempts to be regarded as an actor, there is no doubt that he is the biggest sport in Bollywood. Perhaps no other actor tries so hard to live up to the criticism, and succeeds every time.

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Ratings:1/5 Review By:Surabhi Redkar Site:Koimoi

Watching Himesh Reshammiya try to act like an enticing hero wooing ladies and making the worst of face ever!Loo Break: Actually no because you will miss a few laughs!Watch or Not?: No! Unless you have an insane group of friends with who you can share a laugh on this.

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Ratings:3.5/5 Review By:Sreeju Sudhakaran Site:BollywoodLife

You might love him or hate, but there’s no denying the fact that Himesh has a strange appeal to the audience that transcends age groups and other barriers. In Tera Suroor, Himesh does a fantastic job of playing to the gallery and giving his audience what they want. He knows his strengths and weaknesses and plays on the former without letting the latter get better of him. Teraa Surroor delivers as a true Himesh Reshammiya film. It is a typical masala entertainer with some great music. If you liked Aap Ka Suroor, then Teraa Surroor definitely won’t disappoint.

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Tera Suroor Story:  

Tera Suroor It is the sequel to 2007 film Aap Kaa Surroor .The film is joint production of T-Series and HR Musik Limited. It stars Himesh Reshammiya and Farah Karimaee in the lead roles. The cast also includes Naseeruddin Shah, Shekhar Kapur, Kabir Bedi and Monica Dogra.

Tera Suroor Release Date:

Mar 11, 2016

 Director: Shawn Arranha

 Producer: Vipin Reshammiya, Sonia Kapoor

Himesh Reshammiya as Raghu
Farah Karimaee as Tara
Naseeruddin Shah as Robin “Bird” Dharamraj Santino
Shekhar Kapur as Rajeev Kaul
Monica Dogra as Elle Jardan
Kabir Bedi as AA Khan
Shernaz Patel
Suneel Dutt
Graham Molloy
Ann Marie O’Connor
Richard O’Leary
Warren Renwick
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  1. O Huzoor Tera Suroor Dekhkar Sir ke baal khinchogey zuroor


  3. Good Movie…Haters gonna Hate…..Love you Himesh Bhai ….Keep rocking…!!

    The Himesh ‘Horror’ Reshammiya Show! [1/5]

    The most ironical part in Himesh Reshammiya starrer TERAA SURROOR is also the most amusing part yet so not an agreeable statement to make. Himesh gets to play a ‘Bharat ka beta’ with a heart of gold. He used to sell Chai once in his childhood while battling with poverty. He involuntarily gets enraged with so much aggression that he pierces the chest of a gangster with bullet-driven holes when the latter makes lewd remarks involving his Maa.

    Years pass. Himesh is now a Modi-fied young man with newly developed chiseled body and all expressionless wooden face. He’s seen giving tough time to ‘gore angrej’ in a verbal spat over India and Indians being targeted as the incredibly incompetent. He flaunts his Desi Tamancha made in Azamgarh smugly in Dublin to represent and rest his case; and leaves the premise in such swag that most pseudo nationalists will rise up and start saluting and waving Indian flags if allowed. Wait, there is more. He never forgets to make his enemies citing ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ before he could take his final shots at them. What the puking patriotism!

    TERAA SURROOR is apparently being pushed as a sequel to Reshammiya’s AAP KA SURROOR (2007). It is not but only when Reshammiya uses some of the head-thrashing songs from the previous. Tara [Farah Karimee] has been booked by cops for the act of drug possession in Dublin, Ireland. Her beau Raghu [Himesh] needs to find a way to rescue her and to trace the unidentifiable man behind all this. Enter Elle Jordan [Monica Dogra]- a lawyer, an Indian official at the embassy [Shekhar Kapoor] and a seasoned conman in prison Robin Santino [Naseer Saab] fondly called as ‘the bird’ for his 14 successful attempts at prison break! Together they all try to help Raghu in his mission and also the film in getting some kind of gravity. I wish they had not been overshadowed by the one and only Himesh Reshammiya!

    While tasting your endurance for nearly 2 hours, you often find yourself in a tight spot to decide who irritates you the most; Himesh- the actor or Himesh- the composer. Both have their pros and cons to their individual (ir)responsibilities. Himesh never really bothers you as an actor. He certainly is not one at the first place. He never tries to wear too many varied emotions on his face to impress, though the shades on his lips do magnetize your attention. His self-possessed tunes and the background score by the master himself make sure you don’t miss out a single frame in the film. I made serious efforts to take a quick refreshing nap in between but the hammering beats, earsplitting sounds and eerie singing will never let you be successful in your thoughts.

    In rest of the cast, Karimee has nothing to impress. She is smartly given a lesser number of dialogues to mouth and it appears bliss in many ways. Shekhar Kapoor charms as good as Naseeruddin Shah. Where Kapoor shows off his ease and delightful presence on screen, Naseer Saab does quite a job as an interesting cameo. Shernaz Patel and Kabir Bedi are good. In an attention-grabbing portrayal, the villain of the film [He only surfaces at the end] plays a new musical instrument every time he appears on screen. Each time I wanted and wished him to be a real life competitor of Himesh disapproving his success and guts to bounce back with an unabashed self-praising attitude! Could have been a real joke!

    Overall, I might have gifted you many spoilers from the plot of the film but the real spoiler is the one who spoils your very idea of entertainment i. e. the unstoppable, the unbearable and the uniquely annoying Himesh Reshammiya. He can seriously trouble you for nights with his hugely haunting ‘O huzoor, tera tera teraa surrrooor!’ Beware, he’s there waiting for you in the dark! Visit at your own risk! [1/5]

  5. Thats harsh!! Atleast he is there unlike you sitting and writing. Atleast he is something compared to you. So what if he is not good. You dont watch his movies. Mr.GAURAV RAI uss aadmi k lie itna bad bolne se pahle sochna khud kya ho uske saamne. Stop judging like an international critic.

  6. U are so true….we have to appreciate the efforts made by HR.Films may hit or a flop.We love you HR…

  7. great movie!

  8. Mujhe lagta hai Ki khiladi 786 me himesh Ki acting zada better thi… Is movie me single expression ke saat poori movie katam kardi

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