Tere Mere Phere - Notepad
If the film had talent that didn't have limitations, if the writing had been crisper, if the editing had been even crisper, maybe we could have judged the debutant director. There are a few laughs, but they come too late in the film and even so, are few and far between.
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Rahul (Jagrat Desai) and Pooja (Sasha Goradia) are on their honeymoon. But things aren't going to well between them. They don't seem to be getting along too well.
- The titles didn't really work, but at least there was an attempt at doing something different.
- The metaphor used for sweet pain when you are in love
- Some coinages like, "overactive imagination" and "emotional affair"
- The concept of a vacation in a trailer used for a honeymoon.
- Some of the rugged terrain is captured really beautifully.
What did not
- The whole opening sequence in the airplane, could have been so much shorter. What was that air-hostess going mental scene for!? Very annoying, sets a very bad tone for the entire film.
- The weird camera angles in the airplane.
- The stills of the Himalayas interspersed between scenes. They don't capture the beauty of the place and look very amateurish.
- The actor who plays Geetanjali. The way she was shot looked like she is straight out of a B-grade film from the 80s.
- The whole jealousy angle.
- The making out scenes! AWFUL!
- The mud fight! Unbelievably ridiculous stuff.
- Riya Sen's accent.
- The snakes!