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In a quaint village of Haryana lives Miny, a free-spirited tomboy who instantly wins your heart with her bubbly personality. Her father, Bhatti, runs an auto-rickshaw business and is adamant to marry her off against her liking to Sunny. The male protagonist Viren, is a humble and ambitious rickshaw driver working for Miny's father. Bhatti, insecure about Viren's success, sells of all the rickshaws where Viren had carefully stashed his life savings. In an attempt to recover his money from Bhatti, Viren storms into Miny's engagement with fury. This gives Miny the perfect opportunity to escape her marriage and so she stages a kidnap. However, the kidnap goes all wrong and she and Viren land up in Viren's family mansion. Eventually, Miny's father arrives with the ransom that she had asked for and takes her back home. Back in Punjab, while she is being married off to Sunny, it dawns on Viren to go rescue her as he realizes his love for her. But will he manage to do so is what remains to be... Written by
Watch it only if you have nothing else to do or you love Genelia like no other woman in the world
With its lackluster dialogues, bad direction, and clichéd story, Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya is nothing but a waste of time. For me, who is a Genelia worshipper (saying 'fan' would be an understatement), it kills me to say that after 'Orange', this is her second movie I had to stop in between because I couldn't tolerate it anymore and had to complete it in two passes.
The only saving grace for this movie is the vivacity of Genelia and Om Puri's acting, in this movie which otherwise lacks any shining points. Though the writer has intended a lot of scenes to be funny, but they come across as worthless, especially the one where Genelia teaches Om Puri about the 'Organizer' feature on his mobile phone.
There is an overdose of sweetness in this movie, which most often but not leaves a bad taste in the mouth, like the one when you eat too much jaggery or drink too much of fruit juice.
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