Movie Review: TERI MERI KAHAANI (2012) – Three Times The Terrible

Shah Shahid

Cinephile. Bollywood Connoisseur. Attempted Writer & Editor at Host of Split Screen Podcast (@splitscreen_pod). Member of the Twitterati @theshahshahid. Diagnosed w ADH-- look a dust bunny!

7 Responses

  1. Keyur Seta says:

    Lol! Wonderfully expressed.
    I had taken Kunal Kohli’s interview just before the release and it was my most non-enjoyable interview because of his starry attitude.
    By the way, I loved the term ‘newly widowed’. 😛

    Keep writing!

    Cheers 🙂

    • Shah Shahid says:

      OMG you’ve met Kunal Kohli?! Can you get me an autograph?? I apologize for that outburst. I was thinking of the innovative Director and apparent one hit wonder behind HUM TUM. Not this derivative piece of…. I digress.

      Thanks for commenting Keyur. Positive feedback from a professional such as yourself gives my immature rambling a lot more credibility. 😀
      I won’t stop if you won’t. 😉

      Thanks again.

      • Keyur Seta says:

        Lol! I took his interview on phone. And please don’t apologize yaar. It was nicely done 😀

        Pleasure is mine Shah. By the way, even I am not so mature or experienced 😀 Ab tak pair jama raha hoon 🙂

        Warm regards,

        Keyur 🙂

        • Shah Shahid says:

          Thanks again Keyur.
          By the way, you should include a ‘Follow by Email’ button on your Site. I don’t use an RSS Reader so am always missing out on your latests posts.

          Just a thought.

          • Keyur Seta says:

            Thank you Shah for your interest in reading my posts. Just recently, I tried putting it but it didn’t happen. Will ask my talented friend and do it. But you can still subscribe by going into the comments section and ticking ‘Notify me of new posts by email’ option. Just do it once on any post and you will receive all new posts in your inbox 🙂

            Thanks again!

  2. Kathy says:

    I’d completely forgotten that this movie even existed. Ick. You make a good point about Shahid Kapoor’s poor role choices. A few years ago, his films were guaranteed to open in at least three or four Chicago area theaters. But like Vivek Oberoi, Shahid’s chosen enough duds in recent years that his films are only guaranteed to open in the one or two theaters that feature new Hindi movies every single week. Even then, those films don’t usually stick around for long.

    • Shah Shahid says:

      I wish I could forget Kathy. 😐
      I like that you mentioned Vivek Oberoi. I put them both the same class of talented actors, with very bad agents / choice of movies. I wonder if Shahid would ever do a Ram Gopal Varma movie…

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