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Teree Sang: A Kidult Love Story (2009)

An under-aged couple fall in love, face opposition from the girl's wealthy parents, elope, and go on the run from the police.


Satish Kaushik


Sanjay Chauhan (screenplay & dialogue), Jainendra Jain (screenplay & dialogue) (as Late Shri Jainendra Jain) | 2 more credits »


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Credited cast:
Ruslaan Mumtaz ... Kabir 'Kuku' N. Punjabi
Sheena Shahabadi Sheena Shahabadi ... Maahi M. Puri
Rajat Kapoor ... Barrister Mohit Puri
Neena Gupta ... Paaki M. Puri
Sushmita Mukherjee ... Sushma N. Punjabi (as Sushmita Mukharjee Bundela)
Satish Kaushik ... Narendra Punjabi
Anupam Kher ... Judge
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Poornima Poornima
Vicky Sidana Vicky Sidana ... Satbir


Maahi is a 15 year old bubbly girl who is the only child of the high class 'Puri' family. Kabir is a 17 year old teenager from a lower middle class family. Maahi and Kabir become friends and gets attracted to each others life style. Their friendship and intimacy grows day by day. On a camping trip on New Year's Eve, the young couple gets into a physical relationship and Maahi becomes pregnant. Written by Wikipedia

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A Kidult Love Story


Drama | Romance


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This movie will shake Parents and most importantly "Teenagers". A Delight to watch.
26 August 2009 | by kashish0711See all my reviews

This movie has to be rated as one of the best of this year. From the beginning till the end, there was no part that was not exciting. This movie is something that parents should watch but most importantly, this is a movie that Parents should ask their children to go and see.

This movie will take you to a journey in the life of "Mahi" and "Kabir" aka "Ku-Ku" that you will feel very connected to right from the beginning. The movie will make you cry, laugh and most importantly, it will make you think. The main characters were portrayed very beautifully and gives you feel of real Indian school boy and girl who are very scared of their parents.

The best part of the movie I will say was the ending part. Many times good movies have great start but fail to have good endings but in this case, the last scenes were fantastic as they gave you the message with tears and laugh. I have to admit the Anupam Kher's part was really well made.

As per acting is concerned, all the actors did justice to their role and did not provide anything to complaint about.

On the whole, this is something that you don't want to miss. A delight to watch and it is something that will increase the bonding's in the family.

Hats off to Mr. Satish Kaushik for making such a beautiful movie.

I am going to buy the DVD as soon as it gets out.


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Hindi | Punjabi | English

Release Date:

7 August 2009 (India) See more »

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