Gattu (Rajkummar Rao) has a problem, he loves Binny (Shruti Haasan) who lives in their neighborhood. But everyone says that the girls of the neighborhood should be treated as own sister or ...
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Gattu (Rajkummar Rao) has a problem, he loves Binny (Shruti Haasan) who lives in their neighborhood. But everyone says that the girls of the neighborhood should be treated as own sister or mother. So no one considers Gattu as a potential groom for Binny, rather gives him tasks which are usually done by a brother for his sister. Binny is also very mischievous, she is not committing to Gattu entirely. Now we have to watch how Gattu convinces both Binny and the neighborhood.Written by
Niaz Islam Arif
#BehenHogiTeri had the potential to be a decent comedy, but a good idea is stretched n becomes boring towards the end, especially when you know that hero n heroine will definitely unite. The film is set in a locality in UP where all boys n girls are treated as bhai-behen, right from childhood. But feelings change as they grow up n then it becomes too late to prove that their love is of a different type. Rajkummar Rao is very good in a light role (after serious stuff like Trapped n Aligarh), but he cannot salvage a bad second-half. The female characters are shown as dumb n contribute nothing to the story. Rating 1.5/5.
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