Tere Bin Laden Review- Tere Bin Laden Movie Review
Tere Bin Laden
Director: Abhishek Sharma
Star Cast: Ali Zafar, Barry John, Piyush Mishra, Rahul Singh, Chirag Vohra, Nikhil Ratnaparkhi, Seema Bhargava, Sugandha Garg
‘Tere Bin Laden’ the name itself is quite innovative which means 'without u Laden'. This is a rib-tickling comedy which has been backed with a smart script that is unique in itself. Never before have anybody thought of such a comedy script and it is bound to make your face muscles ache.
This movie comes with a fresh face Ali Zafar from Pakistan. The handsome hunk definitely adds oomph factor to the movie. A fresh script filled with comedy, a new face and some good acting, what more do the audience need? It has all the ingredients in it to give some good time to the Indian audience.
Now, let’s take a look in the storyline. Well the script is very simple and interesting. Ali Zafar is an eager reporter who wants to work for American newspapers. However, he fails to get a visa and musters up a plan. He comes across a look-alike of Osama Bin Laden who is actually a chicken farmer and makes a fake video posing him as Laden in order to become famous. But, his plan makes him fall in hot soup.
The movie also beautifully shows crave for TRPs among the Indian news Channels which though shown comically has actual significance. Piyush Mishra plays the part of a crabby TV producer who sends his team on crazy assignments like capturing the crowing of cocks. Ali, is the smartest one who is desperate to pave his way to Amreeka by any means and thinks that if he comes in notice of the media he can do it. He accidently comes across the chicken farmer who has similarities with Bin Laden and then there was no turning back. He arranges a good make-up artist Sugandha Garg and also a dubbing artist who knows Arabic, Rahul Singh and makes a video of Bin Laden. Then, the film also takes a dig on the silly Amreekan government who takes this crazy thing seriously and moves the plot ahead.
The lead role of the movie is played by Pakistani pop singer, Ali Zafar. The script has been penned down and directed by Abhishek Sharma. The credit of the funny lyrics goes to Jaideep Sahni. The flick has music by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy.
Even if the movie do not have all necessary ingredients to make it a blockbuster but, it will at least give a change to the audience who are just fed up of mundane flops coming one after another.