Film: O Teri

Director: Umesh Bist

Cast: Pulkit Samrat, Bilal Amrohi, Sarah Jane Dias, Mandira Bedi, Salman Khan, Iulia Vantur

The story revolves around two Delhi reporters Prantabh Pratab aka PP (Pulkit Samrat) and Anand Ishwaram Devdutt Subhramaniyam aka AIDS (Bilal Amrohi) and the corrupt system.

Though the two young reporters believe that they are very smart, the reality is something else. The duo wants to make it big in the field of journalism but they know that they will not be able to achieve anything with the kind of stories they are doing. But destiny has planned something else for them.

They get to know about a big scam one day. They realise the magnitude of this scam only after their lives fall in danger. Besides gaining popularity by disclosing about this scam, the two show their commitment and devotion towards the nation and ensure that the culprits are nabbed.

Movie review: The main USP of this film is Salman Khan, who is seen in the title track. The movie starts with Salman’s voice and ends with his ‘O Teri’ dance number. The story is really impressive but director Umesh Bist has left no stone unturned in making it more hilarious.

The execution of the film could have been more tight and effective. Pulkit and Bilal have done a good job in the roles of ‘stupid’ reporters. But they look immature in certain scenes. The female lead of this film, Sarah Jane Dias, has nothing much to do. Mandira Bedi also tries her best to make a mark in the film but she fails to do so. Salman has an association with this film as it has been produced by his brother-in-law Atul Agnihotri. Salman has gone an extra mile to make this comedy film a hit. In order to gain public attention, Salman has also featured his rumoured girlfriend Iulia Vantur in an item number called ‘umbakum’. If you judge the film critically, it may have some flaws. But none the less ‘O Teri’ is a ‘paisa wasool’ entertainer.

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