O Teri (2014) Hindi Movie Review | 17 Critic Reviews | Pulkit Samrat, Sarah-Jane Dias, Bilal Amrohi


Pulkit Samrat, Sarah-Jane Dias, Bilal Amrohi, Sara Loren, Mandira Bedi, Vijay Raaz, Anupam Kher


O Teri PosterUmesh Bist


Umesh Bist, Neeti Palta


Umesh Bist



Ganesh Rajavelu


GJ Singh

produced by:

Atul Agnihotri



weird aggregate rating 2.4/10genre:

Comedy, Drama

release date:

run time:
107 Minutes


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Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
  •  NDTV -Saibal Chatterjee Rating-2
The title is an exclamation that could imply anything from indignation to bewilderment, embarrassment to disappointment, and amazement to utter disbelief.The film, all 107 minutes of it, is a full frontal assault that gives the audience no options at all. The only emotion it arouses is disgust.
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  •  Bollywood Hungama -Taran Adarsh Rating-3
The election fever is heating up and not a day passes when one doesn't hear of charges of corruption, bribery, scams, kickbacks and frauds committed by certain politicians. Fodder for drama? Post BODYGUARD, one expects Alvira and Atul Agnihotri to deliver yet another masala entertainer
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  •  Rediff -Raja Sen Rating-3
Neither, of course, is the nation. We are a country who tunes in every night to watch an apoplectic news anchor shout till he’s blue in the fact with righteous indignation, a country whose national sport is match fixing, a country whose politicians are so farcical that they spoof themselves
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  •  Koimoi -Mohar Basu Rating-1
I feel that I am investing more in understanding the film than the script writers had in writing the film. The story of two journalists​,​ who are looking for a big scoop to launch them​,​ is frankly lame. Probably that was the intention because irreverent humor is the norm of the day.

  •  Indiaglitz -Vishal Verma Rating-2
Sir, your unforgettable 1983 cult classic 'Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro' is 'blown up' to such ridiculous, bizarre, hackneyed parody that instead of giving two stars we feel that the makers should give three or even more bottles of hajmolas along with the movie ticket to digest this.

  •  Daily Bhaskar Rating-3
There can’t be a better time for a film like O Teri, when scams have become a hot topic in the country. The producers have tried to encash on the mood of the nation and upcoming election. However, in an attempt to include all the recent scams in one go, director Umesh Bist has made
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  •  IBN Live -Rajeev Masand Rating-2
It must take a special kind of talent to make a film as incoherent and inept as O Teri. I've seen eight-year-olds put up skits in their building compound that were more engaging than this film. Intended as a satire on the nexus between dishonest politicians, greedy industrialists and an unethical media,
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  •  Hindustan Times -Anupama Chopra Rating-3
At the end of O Teri, we have a salute to Mahatma Gandhi with the quote: “Be the change you wish to see.” That should give you some idea of how schizophrenic this film is. In between these two extremes, director Umesh Bist gives us the cheerfully low-IQ story of two television reporters
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  •  Times of India -Srijana Mitra Das Rating-5
PP (Samrat) and his buddy Anand Ishwarwam Devdutt Subramanium, aka (groan) AIDS (Amrohi) are two DYTs (dumb young things) lost in the cut-throat world of TV reporting. With their pushy boss Monsoon (Dias) unimpressed by their lame efforts, the guys are desperate
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  •  Indian Express -Shubhra Gupta Rating-0
Two no-good guys called Prantabh Pratap aka PP ( Samrat) and Anand Ishwaram Devdutt Subramaniam aka AIDS ( Amrohi, the grandson of Kamal ) are allegedly TV reporters. We are meant to laugh at their names and their antics, which include dancing to songs that topline shaking butts,
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  •  India Today -Suhani Singh Rating-2
"When I get mad, I get really mad," says Anand Ishwaram Devdutt Subramaniumaka AIDS, one of the many inappropriate jokes in this poor attempt at a comedy. The statement sums up our sentiments while watching this farce which has absolutely no redeeming qualities.
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  •  DNA -Tushar Joshi Rating-5
PP (Pulkit) and AIDS (Bilal) are two news reporters desperate to get their hands on a breaking story. Destiny plays a cruel game and puts them right in the vortex of a big cyclone that is hitting the capital in form of a sports event where the unholy nexus of politicians and media houses has
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  •  Time Out -Aniruddha Guha Rating-2
There were some things I knew about O Teri before I watched it. I knew the film was set against the backdrop of real events – the CWG scam, for example – and that it had actors Anupam Kher and Mandira Bedi portraying characters similar to Suresh Kalmadi and Niira Radia respectively.
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  •  Mid Day -Shubha Shetty Saha Rating-3
It’s all very well to want to make a spoof or a satire on the current situations in the country. But then to qualify to do that, the director and the scriptwriter have to be equipped with a great sense of humour. No, not the kind that only makes them laugh, but that which requires a certain amount
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  •  Now Running -Mansha Rastogi Rating-2
You don't expect much from a Salman Khan film when it comes to story, the man clearly endorses masala over content but he has shown promise in the past as a producerwith a rare gem like Chilllar Party. So it's only obvious to expect a laugh riot when his latest production venture
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  •  Glamsham -Martin D'Souza Rating-0
O TERI is one of those movies that require no strain on the brain to review. These types of movies are made 'for the heck of it'. There is no thought given to any detailing on film-making. It's as though the producers decided on the cast, then decided on the director and finally,
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  •  Deccan Chronicle -Mehul Thakur Rating-3
'O Teri' is about, Prantabh Pratab (Pulkit Samrat) and Anand Ishwaram Devdutt Subramanium (Bilal Amrohi), playing the roles of a TV journalists, always failing to bring sensational stories to the news room. Their editor, played by Sarah-Jane Dias, is a tough boss to please
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