Behen Hogi Teri(2017)
One line Review: The light hearted rom-com features some utterly jejune sequences but manages to make you laugh at recurring intervals.
Negative Points: A half backed love-story with no strong plot, topped with some utterly nonsensical and immature sequences.
Gattu (Rajkummar Rao) is below average in studies, has no potential income, and falls in love with his neighbour Binni (Shruti Haasan). He has been adoring her since childhood but could not express his feeling ... full Plot
Starting off, the story of BEHEN HOGI TERI follows the life of Gattu (Rajkummar Rao) who faces a major crisis as he loves Binny (Shruti Haasan) who lives in their neighbourhood. However, since everyone advocates that the girls of the neighbourhood should be treated as their own sisters, Gattu is faced with a challenge to express his love for Binny. In fact, Gattu, who isn't even considered as a potential groom for Binny, is constantly tasked with jobs that are usually assigned to the girl's brother.More »
While chanting India's National pledge in school, young boys would often mischievously chase the line, 'all Indian are my brothers and sisters', with, 'except the one who would be my girlfriend'. Director Ajay Pannalal recalls this narration in the trailer of his comic caper, 'Behen Hogi Teri', alluding to the premise on which this film has been created. The best thing about the film is its novel idea. Unfortunately, it hasn't been executed well. "Yeh normal pataka nahin, firebrand hai," says Lucknow resident Gattu (Rajkummar Rao) about his childhood crush and neighbour, Binny (Shruti Haasan). The banter between the two is easy, natural and fun.More »
Set in UP, Shiv aka Guttu (Rajkummar Rao) is besotted with his pretty neighbour Binni (Shruti Haasan), but like many other lads in the locality, he is scared that she will tie him rakhi and make him her brother. Binni, who is aware of his affections, toys with his feelings at first before finally accepting his love for her. However, the rest of the family members are totally oblivious of their burgeoning romance and treat him as her 'mooh-bola' brother. However, in a strange case of mistaken perception, Gattu's father (Darshan Jariwala) sees Binni with his best friend Bhure (Herry Tangri) and thinks they are having an affair.More »