Can a trailer bore you? What can someone do in 3.18-minutes that you want to shake them really hard?
Yes, if that person is Himesh Reshammiya and he is coming out with yet another film. His trailer of Teraa Surroor is too long, too boring and too exasperating.
To Himesh’s credit, there is love, mystery, sex (or what passes for sex in Bollywood), six-pack abs, music, thrill, Shekhar Kapoor, Kabir Bedi and Naseeruddin Shah in the trailer. There is a lot of Himesh in it too, which kind of works against it.
From what the convoluted trailer gives away, Himesh’s character is in love with Tara Wadia (newbie Farah Karimaee) who may or may not be a criminal. If she is not a criminal, she has been wrongly implicated by a faceless man called Anirudh Brahmin. Kabir Bedi’s police chief is looking for Brahmin and so is Himesh so that he could clear his loved ones name.
Between song snippets, Himesh finds him. With such memorable dialogues like, ‘Do not ever give a bad girl a good boyfriend’ (they make Shekhar Kapoor say it, for that alone we are prepared to hate them) and ‘Chal paagal paagal khelte hai’, this is another for die-hard Himesh fans.
Directed by Shawn Arranha, the flick is a sequel to the 2007 hit Aap Ka Suroor, which was Himesh’s debut on the big screen. Teraa Surroor: A Lethal Love Story is slated to be released on March 11. We are betting our bottom dollar that it will be pretty lethal to the audience’s sanity.