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Teree Sang review by bollywoodhungama.com
Teree Sang critic rating (bollywoodhungama.com): 2.5
Teree Sang review by Times of India
Teree Sang critic rating (Times of India): 2.5
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Teree Sang critic rating (DNA India): 1.5
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Teree Sang critic rating (rediff.com): 1
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Teree Sang critic rating (Mumbai Mirror): 2
 
 

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Teree Sang  (2009 - Hindi)

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Teree Sang cumulative rating: 3.4 out of 53.4/5 (15 users)

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  • Paresh Mehta

    Teree Sang rating: 10 out of 10

    By Paresh Mehta(07 Aug 2009)

    the movie is fatabolus u must watch it at least one
    the the music is the best » read more

  • B.H.Harsh

    Teree Sang rating: 0 out of 10

    By B.H.Harsh (07 Aug 2009)

    Teree Sang

    With a tagline like “A kidult Love Story” Teree Sang appears to travel the very oft untreaden path. And moresover, with a director like Satish Kaushik backing up the project, one’s expectations do get perked up automatically.

    A film with a seemingly social message plot, based in contemporary times, Teree Sang dwelves into teenage love followed by pregnancy. How everyone, right from the teenage couple, their parents and everyone around handle & react to this is what the film is all about.

    The film revolves around two teenagers Sheena ... » read more

  • Aakash Barvalia

    Teree Sang rating: 8 out of 10

    By Aakash Barvalia(10 Aug 2009)

    Morey Saiyaaannn……..

    Beautiful song, Lovely lyrics, and fantabulous singing. Music sung and composed by Jigar and Sachin. A standing applause to them. By this we are getting to know that in India many young talents are there which are hidden secretly somewhere. Jigar and Sachin are such examples for young talents. Hats Off guys!!

    Now about the movie, I know many of us know the story somewhat or the other. And I also know somebody might have said you that the film resembles you from Salaam Namaste, Kya Kehna, and others. But the fact is…..It’s true! But ... » read more

  • Dr.Prachi Barvalia

    Teree Sang rating: 7 out of 10

    By Dr.Prachi Barvalia(21 Aug 2009)

    Extremely Amazing!

    Its just the plot only by which all the Cast and the Crew, especially Mr. Satish Kaushik had to give a salute for their brave steps. Its indeed very, a very bold topic to be shown in India. A 15yr girl and a 17yr boy, who are nothing but just a casual friend, who indulge in some action for just an enjoyment and then later we will know the rest of the story. Too bold topic, not very perfectly handled, but showed us in a positive way, spreaded out the goody message, with an extremely justiceful climax.
    Ruslaan did a bravo performance. His ... » read more

  • Jinesh shah

    Teree Sang rating: 4 out of 10

    By Jinesh shah(22 Aug 2009)

    This time Satish Kaushik fairly did a good job.

    After Tere Naam, In 2005 he directed “Vaada”, starring Arjun Rampal, Zayed Khan and Ameesha Patel – Super flop film.
    Then in 2006 he directed “Shaadi se Pehle”, starring Salman Khan and Shilpa Shetty – Typical mediocre story and Super Duper Flop film.

    Then after a good gap of 2yrs, In 2008 he directed the famous “KARZZ” starring none other than Himesh Reshamiya. I actually liked the film but it was a Big Flop in the box office.

    Now in 2009, he came out with an extremely bold topic which never ... » read more

  • Anonymous

    Teree Sang rating: 0 out of 10

    By Anonymous (10 Nov 2009)

    The film's story briefly is about Maahi (Sheena Shahbadi), the only child of an upper class family, the Puris (Rajat kapoor and Neena Gupta) and Kabir (Ruslaan Mumtaz), the son of middleclass parents (Satish Kaushik and Sushmita Mukherjee). The 15 year old Maahi and the 17 year old Kabir go on a camping trip over the New Year where they get intimate after getting carried away by a drink too many. The second half of the movie deals with the trails and tribulations that the young teenagers go through and then how they realise the implications of their act. It is, as if, ... » read more

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