• Shubhra Gupta
    Shubhra Gupta
    Indian Express


    The only element worth looking at in this film, apart from the dependable Kamat, is the rock-solid Rajkummar Rao. If he was given a better co-star than the strictly one-note Shruti Haasan, this might have turned out to be a better film.

  • Behen Hogi Teri is a slightly fun watch only because of the actor that Rajkummar is and the laughable moments he shares with Tangri including the drunk moment, when the two friends imitate Shah Rukh Khan on a terrace and curse all Rahuls and Rajs for always stealing away the girl. Otherwise, it’s quite a flawed ride with its own side effects on potential stalkers.

  • Sweta Kaushal
    Sweta Kaushal
    Hindustan Times


    Rajkummar brings out the best of the guy-next-door stock character. Be it convincing Binni of his love or getting beaten up by his own dad, Rajkummar plays to the tune of the film and never misses a beat. There isn’t another actor who would have fit the role as well. Shruti, on the other hand, looks like she has been picked out of a different universe and stuck in that of the film.

  • Arnab Banerjee
    Arnab Banerjee
    Deccan Chronicle


    The intentional comedy in the film always seems on the verge of working, but then, is quickly bludgeoned to death with staleness.

  • This hormone-crazy, romantic-comedy is let down by some tepid direction…

  • Nihit Bhave
    Nihit Bhave
    Times Of India


    The writing shows potential, to be honest. Moments like a romantic track playing over a funeral and a drunken rant about the Rahuls and Rajs of Bollywood give you hope. Had the writers taken a dig at patriarchy and given the female characters some spunk, this would have been hilarious.

  • Rachit Gupta
    Rachit Gupta


    Behen Hogi Teri is a decent popcorn flick. While it doesn’t do anything wrong, except may be make it’s lead man a bit too much of a coward, it also doesn’t ever break free from the feeling of familiarity. Like countless romantic comedies before, this film just feels like another romantic film made on a template. Perfectly average, nothing special.

  • Haasan, as a feisty Punjabi girl, is a misfit. You can see her effort, but she appears stymied on most of scenes. ‘Behen Hogi Teri’ has some funny moments and attempts to upgrade the rom-com genre in Bollywood, but it doesn’t offer anything new. Take a chance with this one only if you enjoy the genre.

  • Rajkummar Rao, as always, is hugely watchable and endearing…

  • Given the one line plot of a love story that is as standard as it gets, it boiled down to the angle this particular premise takes on the plot. That no man really wants to treat women around him as sisters sounds more like a frustrated rant of a many-year-old, suppressed angst. Now, would that motivate you to watch the film?

  • Watch it for Rajkummar Rao, and if you are a fan of romcoms.

  • Vinod D'souza
    Vinod D'souza


    Behen Hogi Teri is a decent film with not much masala in terms of anything. Romance and comedy are not up to the mark. Give it a miss!