Teri Meri Kahaani Movie Review

Teri Meri Kahaani (Hindi)

Release Date:
June 22, 2012

Can we truly love one person throughout our life and hope that fate makes us meet with the same person in every life of ours?

This story takes us through a journey of eternal love between a couple who have vowed to love each other not only in this life but in every life to follow. Their love is so strong that even destiny wants to bring them together. The story starts in 1960 Bombay with Govind and Ruksar, then moves ahead to present times, 2012 England with Radha and Krish and then goes back in time to Punjab, 1910 with Aradhana and Javed.

Can Javed and Aradhana still be together? Will Ruksar realize that Govind's feeling for her were genuine? Will Krish be able to clear the misunderstandings?

Will true love prevail? Or will destiny take its course

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There’s nothing aggressively bad about it, but there’s nothing good either – and there’s something frustrating when a film that could amount to something ends up being nothing

The Hindu

If we are to stay interested in watching the same two people fall in love for two hours, the writing and performances really have to sparkle

Hindustan Times

It feels soulless and superficial

Kohli dilutes the chance of a wholesome, affable entertainer down by his predilection for risk-free conclusions

Not one jot of freshness in either the idea or the execution

Indian Express

'Thrice upon a love story' reads the tagline of the film. This one attempts to thrive upon the same love story thrice but in vain

Times of India

Teri Meri Kahaani fails to find a USP simply because the three love stories it narrates aren't altogether new

The song situations are absurd, the writing is mediocre and funny when it’s not supposed to be, there’s hardly an original idea, and the performances are on auto-pilot; just about anything goes in Teri Meri Kahani

Mumbai Mirror

Both Shahid and Priyanka give it their best shot, but their charm doesn’t make up for the absence of a genuine kahani


The story goes a tad askew and a bit flat in parts, so as a whole, Teri Meri Kahaani is not the greatest love story ever told on celluloid


The three different episodes never come together to form any sort of whole


The script lacks depth and fails to ignite enough passion or chemistry for a love story

Times of India

It is slow, there’s absolutely no character development and gets boring after a point

Teri Meri Kahaani could have worked better if all energies were used in making one perfect love story rather than having three faulty ones


Teri Meri Kahaani is pretty much like the loves of the film’s male protagonist – it pours out all it has. But what is has simply isn’t enough

Uncomplicated and charming