Tere Bin Laden: Dead Or Alive

Tere Bin Laden: Dead Or Alive

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Directed by : Abhishek Sharma

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After Osama's mysterious death, a Bollywood director is hired by the CIA on the pretext of making a Hollywood film. The real motive is to shoot a fake tape to prove Osama's death. The operation goes wrong when a Pakistani terrorist organization hijacks the idea to prove that Osama is alive!


“Partially funny, this one lacks the wit & punches of the original.”

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I quite enjoyed the second instalment of the Tere Bin Laden series and not just because I had stepped into the theatre with quite some low expectations for the film. There was more of Ali Zafar than I had expected for one, and well Manish Paul continues to have that maniac energy in spite of being in our faces most of the year. India's doppelganger for Osama continues to weave his magic, particulalry in one scene close to the end where he channels the Ghost of Bin Laden Past remarkably.

Tere Bin Laden is goofy and irreverential and it is what 'mindless entertainment' should be rather than the assault on our good senses others quick to adopt the label are apt to. And with all the punches it takes that is not a bad thing.Other than the propositioning producer, the humor is OK too and I did laugh out aloud on more occasions than one. The Pushto wasnt cringe worthy and the Olympics storyline (where The Wild Things Are) was quite amusing.

TBL-Dead or Alive could never be that surprise small movie big heart and bigger laughs its predecessor was, but as second instalments go , it is not that bad. Sikander Kher is good, and I think we should see more of him, and definitely films that showcase his comic sense.

All in all not such a bad time to spend a weekend before the Big Daddies of Releases come.

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