Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya Movie Review and Rating

Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya is a science fiction romantic comedy film. It is produced under Maddock Films and Jio Studios, the film is written and directed by Amit Joshi and Aradhana Sah, in their directorial debuts.

Star Cast:
Shahid Kapoor as Aryan Agnihotri
Kriti Sanon as SIFRA
Dharmendra as Dada
Dimple Kapadia as Urmila
Rakesh Bedi as Aryan’s Father
Anubha Fatehpuria as Sharmila Agnihotri
Rajesh Kumar as Aryan’s Mama
Raashul Tandon as Pappu
Grusha Kapoor as Bua
Brijbhushan Shukla as Foofa
Ashish Verma as Monty
Maahi Raj Jain as Tim Tim
Shaunak Duggal as Chintu
Shivaani Sopuri as Pammi
Chitransh Raj as Kapil
Amisha Thakur as Myra
Rajan Kavatra as Inspector Gupta
Manish Kumar as Constable Gujjar
Abhishek Gaikwad as Dubey Ji
Kamal Chellani as Vishal
Suryansh Mishra as Kushal
Snehal Shidam as Mangla
Rajan Tiwari as Pandit Ji
Janhvi Kapoor in special appearance

MOVIE REVIEW: Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya attempts to blend romance, science fiction, and family drama into one package, but unfortunately, it falls short of delivering an engaging narrative. The screenplay lacks consistency and fails to maintain the momentum established in the first half. The dialogues are well-worded, but not all jokes land effectively, leaving the audience occasionally chuckling but often checking their watches.

The film’s first half shines with the blossoming romance between Aryan and SIFRA, portrayed with charm by Shahid Kapoor and Kriti Sanon. Their chemistry is palpable, and viewers are drawn into their love story. The film takes a nosedive in the second half as it veers into predictable family drama. While there are moments of humor sprinkled throughout, much of the second half feels tedious. The climax feels abrupt and lacks the emotional payoff that viewers might expect. The promise of a sequel falls flat as the film struggles to rectify its shortcomings.

Kriti Sanon impresses with her portrayal of SIFRA, capturing the nuances of a robot with admirable skill. From the tender moments of romance to the emotional beats of the family drama, Shahid Kapoor delivers a commendable performance throughout the film. Dharmendra, though with limited screen time, adds a touch of charm, while Dimple Kapadia leaves a mark as expected. Ashish Verma and other supporting actors provide able support to the lead actors.

The music, particularly Laal Peeli Akhiyaan and the Title Track injects energy into the film with their foot-tapping beats and well-choreographed sequences. Akhiyaan Gulaab and Tum Se add a lovely touch to the soundtrack, enhancing the film’s romantic elements.

Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya Movie Rating:
Direction 2.5/5
Acting 3/5
Music 3/5
Story 2/5
Screenplay 2/5
OverallĀ Hit ya Flop Rating: 2.5 out of 5 Stars (Average)

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