Tera Mera Tedha Medha Movie Review:Rahul Bagga, Geetika Tyagi, Reema Worah, Rajesh Sharma, Neeraj Sood, Vinod Nahardih, Chittaranjan Tripathy, Sanjiv Chopra Tera Mera Tedha Medha is a romantic comedy movie which is slated on Sep 11th, 2015. The movie includes the star cast Rahul Bagga, Geetika Tyagi and Rajesh Sharma, Reema Vorah, Chittaranjan Tripathy, Neeraj Sood in the supporting roles.
Tera Mera Tedha Medha Movie Crew:
Director: Chittaranjan Tripathy
Producer: Sanjiv Chopra
Story: Chittaranjan Tripathy
Editor: Rajendra K. Mahapatra, Virendra Gharse
Cinematography: Sanjeev Mohapatra
Production Banner: Nakshatra Slim Films
Music Director: Chittaranjan Tripathy
Tera Mera Tedha Medha Movie Review, Rating: Rahul Bagga, Chittaranjan Tripathy:
Planetary disposition brought you into the theatre. And believe it or not, that’s what the film is based on. As Mangal and Shani grahas (Mars and Saturn planets) indulge in some naach-gaana, T20 cricket and general tomfoolery, the bad luck of painter Rajan Jha continues. His on-again off-again girlfriend Kamini Chopra gets stung by an owl which tampers with her day-sight (she can see crystal clear at night) making her a sought-after painter thanks to her disability. He, on the other hand, gets abducted and married off to a village girl named DVD who tries to undo his pyjamas on their suhaag raat, only to be chased by her brothers after he runs away. He is only capable of painting nudes, and quite frankly I don’t really know what exactly the issue is in that. Meanwhile his neighbours are a couple made up of a bisexual businessman and his clueless activist girlfriend. What I’m trying to say is that there’s a lot happening and most of it makes no difference to the plot, or no sense at all. Come to think of it, I’m not sure what the story is. There are a couple of jokes which display the many bigotries of the writers and then after a few strange songs, the movie comes to an end.
Tera Mera Tedha Medha Movie Story Plot:
Humanising the planets or other celestial bodies isn’t a novel concept. But worst of all, the lack of budget in this project really shows with its shoddy VFX, production and camera work. If you can still let these things fly by, I doubt a person with a sound mind will find any of the gags funny, especially considering none of them come from the natural progression of the plot. Considering the fact that a person bitten by an owl becomes an owl, a Tibetan baba known for miracles, speaks Hindi with a Bihari accent, and a stretched climax where the electricity goes out results in the entire cast pretending like they’ve gone blind, we’re thinking realistic or subtle comedy is not this film’s forte. There are a couple of other sequences to do with kismet and bhagya (including a song where the second female lead shows off her cleavage) which aren’t really making any point at all, and most of the film seems to be driven by the fact that no matter what your rashi or ruling planet, destiny will screw you over.
Some will remember Rahul Bagga as the meek brother from Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana, others may recall the rushes of the fictional biography of erotica writer Mastram (assuming you haven’t seen the film). And Geetika Tyagi as made a couple of appearances here and there in films like What The Fish and One By Two. Either way, both give an uneven performance trying to push themselves in a script which is clearly not worth their time. The most disappointing is Neeraj Sood as the bisexual MS, who after giving charming supporting performances in films like Band Baaja Baaraat, Rocket Singh and Agneepath, has been relegated to this. The rest of the cast remains unimportant.
Tera Mera Tedha Medha Movie Rating:2/5
We can only hope that some divine intervention takes place to help the actors forget the scars of being in this film, and heaven help you if you are one of the unlucky ones watching them instead. Please check your stars and ours before making a decision. Don’t take a chance.