Tere Bin Laden (2010)

Hindi 1 hrs 40 mins Comedy
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Total Reviews: 21
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Review Summary: Osama Bin Laden. Just Google this name and I am sure the results would be amongst the highest on the web. Post 9/11 terror has a new name and also a...

Average Critic Rating: (3.27)
Cast: Rahul Singh , Harry Josh , Nikhil Ratnaparkhi , Rajendra Sethi , Chinmay Mandlekar , Ali Zafar , Piyush Mishra , Chirag Vohra , Pradhuman Singh , Barry John , Sugandha Garg , Seema Bhargava , Masood Akhtar , Badrul Islam
Director: Abhishek Sharma
Release Date: 16 Jul 2010

Plot: Ali Hassan ( Ali Zafar ) is a reporter with Danka TV, a downmarket local TV channel in Karachi, Pakistan. He is keen to migrate to the US for a better life and wants to work for an American news channel. He gets a chance to fly to the US, Read more

Tere Bin Laden - Top Reviews

Ali an ambitious young reporter working in a downmarket TV news channel is desperate to get to Amreeka any which way. Having had his visa rejected several times he embarks on a novel plan to enter El Dorado. He makes a fake video of Osama bin Laden
Nikhat Kazmi, Times of India
Director:Abhishek SharmaCast:Ali Zafar, Pradhuman SinghSlapstick but never particularly smart,Tere Bin Ladenis a low-IQ comedy that succeeds in making you laugh occasionally, despite its highly improbable premise.Intended as a satire on America's paranoia
Rajeev Masand, IBN 
Osama Bin Laden. Just Google this name and I am sure the results would be amongst the highest on the web. Post 9/11 terror has a new name and also a...
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
Right from the opening credits to the finale, there’s fun in every frame.
Sonia Chopra, SIFY
Laden with laughs? Hardly
Rajeev Masand, Rajeev Masand
Shubhra Gupta, Indian Express
Osama Bin Laden.
Taran Adarsh, SIFY

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Tere Bin Laden - All Reviews

Director : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Abhishek Sharma  Shankar Ehsaan Loy, Dhruv Dhalla, Abhijit Vaghani and Ali Zafar  Jaideep Sahni, Dhruv Dhalla, Jaspreet Singh and Ali Zafar  Ali Zafar, Pradhuman Singh, Sugandha Garg, Nikhil Ratnaparkhi, Piyush Mishra
Pankaj Sabnani, Glam Sham
However, the film is not made with much flair; it is very simple in its execution. There are no fancy camera tricks or overly glamorized sequences. What you see is what you get with Tere Bin Laden but believe me, it is enough to keep you glued to your sea
Roshni Mulchandani, Bolly Spice
Tere Bin Laden is a comedy directed by Abhishek Sharma. The funny yet controversial title along with the hilarious promos have ensured decent buzz around this film that carries no star-value. Pakistani pop singer Ali Zafar plays the lead role.
“Tere bin laden� grabbed everyone’s attention through its first promos and it has...
Sulekha Reviewer, Sulekha
He took terrorism as the focal point and churned out a hilarious entertainer on a low budget.
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 Crazy hilarious treat, watch it!!
Bharat Student
Smiling, are you? That, in a nutshell, is Tere Bin Laden, a wicked comedy with an out-of-the-box concept that offers laughter unlimited. In fact, I don''t think I''ve flexed my facial muscles in any other film in the recent past as much as I did while wat
Tere Bin Laden is not your typical B-Town fare. Don't expect lavish song-and-dance routines, crying, car chases, damsels in distress and villians
Sarita A Tanwar, Mid-Day
For all those who where wondering Bollywood getting serious nowadays, this crazy, undeniably hilarious, juvenile, smart, mad caper came down the pike & steals the show. Bollywood is known for its Dhawan, Bazmees, Sajid type laughter's which where  entertaining but not very innovative in its concept and the writing department. Bollywood had hardly tried something on the lines of 'Hot Shots', Austin Powers' or 'Russians are coming' sort of wild wicked whacky stuff.
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Chirag who had grown long and flowing hair had to get them chopped off since the character he plays in the movie needed it
S Pankaj, Smash Hits
Tere Bin Laden is many notches above the run-of-the-mill satire, as a spectral swipe at Osama-phobia, Bush-bashing and global terrorism, this one doesn't quite make the cut.
Sometimes one's relationship with the movies gets a little strained.
Preeti Arora, Rediff