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Tere Mere Phere (2011)

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An irate groom-to-be abducts a recently married bickering couple and asks them to take him to his wedding.

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Credited cast:
Vinay Pathak ...
Jai Dhumal / Gollu
Riya Sen ...
Muskaan / Gillie
Jagrat Desai ...
Rahul Bhasin
Sasha Goradia ...
Pooja Pahuja / Pooja R. Bhasin
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Mr. Bhasin (as Darshan V. Jariwala)
Sushmita Mukherjee ...
Seema Bhasin (as Sushmita Mukherjee Bundela)
Anup Jalota ...
Mr. Pahuja
Aniruddha Nair ...
Arjun (as Anirudh Nair)
Kriti Panth ...
Geetanjali (as Kriti Pant)
Rohan Shah ...
Raju Bhasin
Ketan Karande ...
Veeru Bhaiyya (as Ketan M. Karande)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Garima Kalyan ...
Muskaan's Friend
Rajgir Mahant ...
Ground Staff
Rajshri Malhotra ...
Lady in Plane
Sangeeta Malpa ...
Ground Staff
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Rahul Bhasin and his wife, Pooja, bicker and quarrel in an airplane bound from Gaggal to Shimla, resulting in a riot, forcing the pilot to take the plane back. In order to escape police scrutiny, the duo flee in their recreation vehicle, and are joined by an irate gun-toting male, Jai Dhumal, who blames them for the delay in getting to his wedding with Muskaan. They are compelled to take him and recollect events that led to love-at-first-sight, a quick marriage, and a honey-moon to Himachal Pradesh via plane and then by a recreation vehicle, gifted by Rahul's maternal uncle, that soon turns into a nightmare after they find they are incompatible. Things get worse after they get robbed by a hitch-hiking couple, Geetanjali and Arjun, which compels them to abandon the RV, and return home via plane. Jai also tells them that he is actually eloping with his future bride as her father and brother, Veeru, disapprove of him, and are in the process of forcing her to marry a male of their choice.... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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A mad ride called Love.....

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Bhum Bhole
Composed by Shivangi Kashyap (as Shivangi R Kashyap)
Sung by Sukhwinder Singh
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Tere Mere Phere - An Entertaining Affair
30 September 2011 | by (India) – See all my reviews

A great fun film capturing the eccentricities of men and women who somehow seem to get into knots the moment they fall in love. How many times have we seen around us our Moms and Dads, sisters and their husbands, brothers and their wives behave irrationally the moment they are married!! The film is shot beautifully in the ever changing drama of the great Himalayas. And the journey in the motor van makes you long to go on one such trip (minus the warring wife of course). The director has created all the aspects of love, jealousy, sarcasms, yelling's, cryings, break ups, make ups that men and women go through in their journey of love

Set amidst the changing landscape of the mountains, the gurgling streams during the early love phase and the torturous paths of their relationships and the pitfalls during the fights all add to the highs and lows of the relationship. And the small town dynamics of the relationship which are so different from the urban couple ( Vinay and Riya in a cute pairing) is refreshing. Breaking the cliché that only pretty boys can get pretty women!!! Witty repartee adds to the fun. It has much needed spoken language rather than bombastic dialogues we are used to hearing and specially impressive are Darshan Jariwala and Sushmita Mukherjee with their old world man - woman wars. The best part is that the director does not wallow in sentimentality with those irritating violins and choir singing in the background which we are customer to seeing in most love stories. The climax of the movie had everyone falling off their chairs with the Pheras and the Jhagdas happening simultaneously and yes the best part is that as we all know that though the leopards do not change their spots , life goes on… !!!


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