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O TERI - Another forced & inspired comedy, suggesting a political change in the country just before the elections. [TTP (To The Point) Review By Bobby Sing]
30 Mar, 2014 | Movie Reviews / 2014 Releases / Inspired Movies (Alphabetical) / O

The publicity posters of the movie said, “From the makers of BODYGUARD” and that was enough to shatter any expectations from this projected comedy loosely based on the recent real life incidents in Delhi. Still I was willing to see something interesting made as a comic satire on the burning issues of corruption and political scams. But beginning with 2 horrible songs in the first 15 minutes itself along with few cheap double meaning dialogues and loud acting, my only hope got vanished quickly and then I was only having some quick naps in between this terrible forced comedy, good for nothing.
Yet to give you a fair idea, O TERI is simply a deliberate & poorly written attempt which vaguely aims at being an enjoyable comedy as well as a thoughtful satire on the present system and its fresh scams. But the real truth is that a completely different, well read and visionary mind is required to make a satirical-comedy on the lines of cult classic JAANE BHI DO YAARON directed by Kundan Shah, which is simply missing in this confused, directionless and below average project from Umesh Bist.
Taking its major inspiration from Shah’s all time gem, O TERI is also about two good friends looking for a scandalous story for their TV program. Plus there is ‘a dead body comedy’ and ‘a falling bridge’ too straight away reminding you of JBDY. To give it a more up-to-date feel, the writers use the above mentioned plots in context of the latest ‘Games Scams’ in Delhi involving many known leaders and further try to give a social message too in a completely uninteresting climax making no impact whatsoever on the viewer.
In short, despite having all the required ingredients of making a good entertaining comedy (also having a song on FB & Twitter), O TERI fails miserably due to a bad script, over the top acting and all avoidable social messages in which no viewer is interested at all. Its humour remains dull, the dialogues are overdramatic and most of the sequences are not able to generate any kind of excitement among the audience. So guessing the same, I lost all my interest in the movie from the beginning itself and actually felt sorry for Pulkit Samrat, whose career was really progressing well till this silly mistake. Moreover just like DISHKIYOON, here too I didn’t stop to see Salman Khan dancing in a special number played along the end credits.
Rating : 1 / 5 (Only for the scenes of Vijay Raaz and Manoj Pahwa)

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