Movie Review: Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya (2012)
The world will always welcome love stories, they say, especially if they are funny, crazy and unconventional (Ghazab Kahani’s). Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya is an endearing tale of how unusual circumstances bring people together and change their lives in ways they could have never imagined.
Meet Mini, a beautiful free-spirited tomboy who has what it takes to make her an extremely eligible bachelorette in the eyes of many local boys- a passport to Canada- and a heir to her father Bhatti’s business. Bhatti, who is hell-bent on marrying her off as soon as possible, also is wide-eyed when it comes to money.
After having brought up his daughter single-handedly, he is now looking to en-cash the best marriage proposal. But who does Bhatti have in mind? Sunny, a brash and aimless boy, whose sole purpose in life is to spend his wealthy father’s money. Sunny with his ‘Jat, Jameen aur Jipsy’ thinks he can win the heart of any young lady. But are they going to have a fairytale ending? Will he be able to win our beautiful Mini’s heart?
But is this really a kidnapping? And if yes, who is being kidnapped? Together they come up with a clever plan, a sort of ransom settlement which could earn them money. While on the run, the fugitives begin to enjoy each other’s company. A new twist in the tale takes them to a completely unexpected location where we meet Chaudhary whose unusual life and circumstances we get to discover.
Chaudhary and his bunch of hilarious family members, each one not to be outdone by the other, grow to love Mini’s presence around the household. What happens while they wait for their ransom? Will Mini and her hero ride off into the sunset together? Will Sunny be able to save the day? You’ll just have to watch to find out. In a dramatic climax involving a shiny horse and a beautiful car, that will leave you asking for more, Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya is a unique film where going beyond appearances truly is the mantra.