Teraa Surroor movie review: Himesh Reshammiya’s new packed avatar!

He is back. The multi talented personality of the industry the 42-year-old singer cum music composer cum actor Himesh Reshammiya is back. He is featured in the movie Tera Surroor, which is basically a romantic Thriller movie and a sequel to his 2007 film, ‘Aap Kaa Surroor,’ with which he debuted on the big screen.

In the movie ‘Tera Surroor’ Himesh Reshammiya plays the lead role. The female lead role is played by Farah Karimaee who is debuting into the Bollywood film industry with this movie.

Teraa Surroor movie review: Himesh Reshammiya’s new packed avatar!



 The movie also had renowned actor Naseeruddin Shah playing an important character. The movie also had some other important roles which were played by renowned actor Naseeruddin Shah, Shekhar Kapur, Kabir Bedi, Monica Dogra and Shernaz Patel.

The movie is directed by Shawn Arranha. The music for the movie is composed by Himesh Reshammiya himself. For “Tera Surroor,” the actor has undergone a complete makeover. He will be seen flaunting six-pack abs and a leaner figure.

The first part of the movie Aap Ka Suroor is a musical blockbuster and also gave the new girl Hansika Motwani her first big break. Aap Ka Suroor is an entertaining movie because Himesh didn’t take himself seriously so that we can enjoy some good tracks.

The film revolves around Raghu (Himesh) who is trying to prove the innocence of Tara (Farah) who’s captive in a Dublin jail for drug smuggling. Raghu seeks the help of Santino (Naseeruddin Shah) who is a convict who’s made a living by breaking out of jails around the world.

The plot of the movie could have been better and writing also needs some improvement. The second half consists some twist and turns. The second half flash backs to Raghu’s childhood and why he turned out to be the person that he is.

Well, over all it’s worth to watch the movie of the singer turned actor Himesh Reshammiya.



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