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In Patna, a young man got so excited watching Salman Khan sing 'Tere Naam Humne Kiya Hai', he got up from his seat, broke his cola bottle on his hand and flashed his bloodied limb to the stunned public. See more »
[after slapping Dinesh Kaushik]
I'd explained you with my hands, now i'll explain you with my words. Tomorrow morning just take away your wife to your home respectively, or else in breakfast you'll get 4 slaps and in dinner you'll get 8 slaps by me.
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Happened to watch this movie when it was aired on TV.
Normally I pass off Salman as a spoilt-brat of Bollywood with no talent what-so-ever except for penchant for showing off his well-tones muscles. But Tere Naam proves otherwise, and hey guys - this dude can really act.
Salman get into the skin of the character as rebellious aimless youth who frequently gets involved in dog-fights. He meets Bhumika Chawla and immediately falls for her demure innocent nature. The rest of the movie is tale of their love and what future had in store for them.
The story is pretty good and manages to captivate the interest of the audience. A few coincidences and mishaps shown could have been done away with.
Friendship between Salman and his friends is quite natural and remind you of your bunch of friends during college/ hostel days.
Salman has done commendable job in emotional scenes which make you wonder if he was really acting or being one-self. Sachin Khedekar delivers a good performance. Bhumika Chawla suits the role to the "T" playing the girl next door hailing from higher caste.
The beliefs, life-style, the dogma and the hypocrisy of the higher caste is portrayed with substantial element of reality.
Songs are quite hummable.
The hype of being a true story of Salman-Aishwarya was just a publicity gimmick, otherwise the movie is a remake of Tamil film Sethu.
A commercial movie with tones of parallel cinema.
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