Film Review: Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya (2012)

February 25, 2012

Went to the cinema with my gym buddies to watch this film today and was glad I did! Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya stars recent newlyweds Genelia D’Souza and Riteish Deshmukh. Have a look at the trailer!

I love how bubbly Genelia is in this film! She cracks sooooooo many jokes (verbally and non-verbally)! And we loved the way she danced, dressed, talked, moved, and everything else pretty much about her in TNLHG! I don’t know how Genelia is in real life, but I’d be highly surprised if she wasn’t a lot like her optimistic extrovert selves that she portrays onscreen. Her character reminded me a lot of Geet in Jab We Met (opposite Shahid Kapoor) but much fresher!

And Riteish is always at his best in all his films, especially when he does comedy. His facial expression, like the one on the poster, are classic and I hope to see him go places in the Indian cinema circuit. I’ve actually been a big Riteish fan since he played Diwakar in Antara Mali and Abhishek Bachchan starrer Naach back in 2004, and especially have a soft spot for his 2009 film Aladin. I also follow his twitter and he genuinely seems like the nicest guy!

Ok, so the best part of Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya is the chemistry of all the characters with Genelia as the glue. What is great that it stays true to being a Romantic Comedy so there is no drama or typical Bollywood plotline in the climax. It’s a short (running time: 130min) film that makes you happy and carefree. There is cuteness, innocence, childishness and hilarity all mixed into this melting pot of a film. The situation is unrealistic, the girl-kidnaps-boy angle I love, and one of my favorite actresses Chitrashi Rawat has a role in the film as a magician-thief – so what could be better!?

There is nothing overtly special or amazing about this story, but you can’t go wrong with this one. If you don’t mind staring at Riteish and Genelia for 2hrs, then I recommend you watch this feel-good film at least once.

I’d rate this film a 6.5/10

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One Response to “Film Review: Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya (2012)”


  1. wow to u yar i m surprised to read the review about other films of ritesh. really die hard fan ha so u could remember those names after a long. surely going to watch a movie after so long as it is not lenghty.come back for thanks if i njoy it.

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