Sanam Teri Kasam Review: The tearful love story doesn’t justice with new comers!

The new release of the Bollywood “Sanam Teri Kasam” is a beautiful love story which is  high on emotional quotient as the other love story can do. The movie makes you cry and entertains as well.

The two newcomers Rane and Hocane made their Bollywood debut with Sanam Teri Kasam and both of them justice with their characters from delivering the brilliant performances. Their sparkling and sizzling  chemistry are the highlight of the film, but the story of the film isn’t able to justice with the new entries. The movie is just getting two stars from the five. The newcomers Mawra Hocane and Harshvardhan Rane are undoubtedly one of the most incredible performers who deserved a much-much better launch than this rusty and a little-too-stretched love story.

Sanam Teri Kasam review: The tearful love story doesn’t justice with newcomers

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“Sanam Teri Kasam” is a romantic entertainer directed by Radhika Rao and Vinay Sapru, and produced by Deepak Mukut. Himesh Reshammiya has composed the music for its song, and the background score and his songs have already become a big hit. Chirantan Das have handled the camera work for the film. Despite having rich production values, and the melodious music and beautiful picturization  the movie doesn’t attract the viewers.

The story kicks off in an ordinary manner – a bad boy (Inder) meets a good girl (Saraswati Parthasarathy) and then eventually the bad boy falls in love with a good girl. The girl has a conservative family where the father decides who’s going to marry who, where the mother hardly speaks and a younger sister who’s just too eager to get married. Inder is the tattooed boy who has a mysterious aura surrounding him and  Saru is a geeky and ‘ugly’ looking girl. She is not only fed up of her life because no IIT-IIM pass out is ready to marry her,  but also has to deal with the pressure that comes from her younger sister that Why don’t you get smart and find a man?

Aashiqui 2 did a good job at bringing back the 90s’ melodramatic romance back but, Sanam Teri Kasam is barely as compelling.

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