Trailer out: Teri Meri Love Story appears to be a major letdown

Published: July 23, 2016
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The film is slated to release on September 2. POSTER

The film is slated to release on September 2. POSTER

Trailer of Jawad Bashir’s film Teri Meri Love story — starring Mohib Mirza, Ushna Shah, Mohsin Abbass Haider and Omer Shahzad — is finally out.

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Directed by Jawad and produced by Muhammad Ehtisham, Teri Meri Love story is a romantic comedy — a love triangle between the characters played by Mohib, Ushna and Omer.

A still from the trailer

Mohib and Omer are seen in an intense action scene reminiscent of Salman Khan’s shirtless climax sequences in several of his films.

A still from the trailer.

To our amazement though, Ushna Shah has shown some pretty cool action moves as well.

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The three-minute trailer shows a number of other characters who flash on the screen for a mere millisecond only to deliver a not-so-funny one-liner.

Ushna Shah and Omer Shahzad are seen trying to create on-screen magic but lack chemistry.

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The inclusion of an item song comes as no surprise as it seems to be the selling point of most local films now. Uzma Khan swings her hips for the audience along with Mohsin Abbas Haider but fails to impress, partly because the tune and lyrics are a major letdown.

Here, check out the trailer and let us know what you think:

The film is slated to release on September 2.

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Reader Comments (2)

  • Hassan
    Aug 10, 2016 - 12:37PM

    Another flop out of Lahore, why Lahore is still trying to take cinema back to 90’s???Recommend

  • Faisal
    Aug 12, 2016 - 11:29PM

    The problem with your critique lies more with the fact that your continual comparison with Bollywood overshadows what looks like an interesting rom com! Further typically as with all your other critiques of Pakistani films the lapse isn’t with the trailer or the songs it’s with you as the viewer! You did the same with Jawani Phir Nahi Ani! Simple fact is that the film is different to what you usually watch (Bollywood) so you probably won’t enjoy it but this isn’t Bollywood it’s Pakistani Cinema! Oh and what are you on about item number? You mean a dance song which has been integral in Pakistani cinema from the 60’s? Good luck to team Teri Meri Love Story, looking forward to it!Recommend

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