Review: 'Tera Mera Ki Rishta'
‘Tera Mera Ki Rishta’ is the story of Rajjo (Kulraj Randhawa), the daughter of a wealthy landlord, and Meet (Jimmy Shergill), an ice-hockey playing, motorcycle-riding university student from Vancouver's Punjabi community. Meet and Rajjo first at a friend's wedding celebration and they reluctantly fall in love. What follows forms the major part of 'Tera Mera Ki Rishta’.
Produced by Anju and Mukesh Sharma, ‘Tera Mera Ki Rishta’ is directed by Navnait Singh who has managed to add a lot of freshness to the film. Harmeet Singh ensures a good visual experience on celluloid. The film has excellent music by Jaidev Kumar.
Jimmy Shergill plays Meet convincingly and it pays off well. Jimmy shares a good on-screen chemistry with Kulraj Randhawa. The film starts off well but gets a little slow towards the second half. It is Kulraj Randhawa and Raj Babbar’s performance towards the second half that holds the film. Both Anupam Kher and Archana Puran Singh are at their usual best as an optimistic father and a growing insecure mother. A dash of spice is added with Gurpreet Ghuggi with his wedding designer role which will be loved by the audience.
Overall, 'Tera Mera Ki Rishta’ can boast of 3 things - High production values, good music and excellent performances by the cast, especially Kulraj Randhawa, who does complete justice to her character in essaying the role of Rajjo.
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