Critic reviews and ratings

  • The lack of development of Binny’s character, which is aided by Shruti Haasan’s limited acting range, is the one black hole in an otherwise well-rounded romantic comedy humming with wit and astute observations of its cheerfully stereotyped characters.

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  • Had the writers taken a dig at patriarchy and given the female characters some spunk, this would have been hilarious.

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  • It's easy to forsake this film as regressive and the society portrayed here as dated and disconnected from reality. But then, when have screwball comedies in Hindi cinema subscribed to being politically accurate or sensitive?

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  • Had Rao had a more skilled co-star, the chemistry might have been more believable rather than appearing ‘staged’. In fact the pitching of the performances is the second issue with the narrative (besides the wandering script).

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  • This hormone-crazy, romantic-comedy is let down by some tepid direction.

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  • ...sparkles and soon enough, sputters out.

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  • Like countless romantic comedies before, this film just feels like another romantic film made on a template. Perfectly average, nothing special.

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  • ...has some funny moments and attempts to upgrade the rom-com genre in Bollywood, but it doesn't offer anything new.

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  • ...has an interesting premise, the film disappoints due to a weak script.

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  • The possibility of an interesting film gets lost in an overcooked script shorn of any remarkable situations and humour.

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  • The quality of the acting is uneven, especially when compared to the steady performance from the unwavering Rao. Watch Behen Hogi Teri only if you think a one-man show is good enough to offset the drudgery of a two-hour trudge through a maze of inanities.

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  • The quality of the acting is uneven, especially when compared to the steady performance from the unwavering Rao. Watch Behen Hogi Teri only if you think a one-man show is good enough to offset the drudgery of a two-hour trudge through a maze of inanities.

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  • You’d wish the makers had trimmed its flabby bits; there was potential here.

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  • The only element worth looking at in this film, apart from the dependable Kamat, is the rock-solid Rao. If he was given a better co-star than the strictly one-note Haasan, this might have turned out to be a better film.

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  • The trouble is this is neither a satire nor a dark comedy. It doesn’t even have great performances to keep your interest alive throughout. By adding many stereotypes, it hammers its point. The end result is disappointing.

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  • The only thing different about this “parents vs. lovers” love story is represented in the title. The title itself is one big eyeroll. So that's that.

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