Teen Thay Bhai is a 2011 Hindi comedy film whose story is of 3 brothers separated for many years and reunited by their grandfather's will. The movie is a remake of The Darjeeling Limited.Wikipedia
Teen Thay Bhai Reviews
If 'Teen Thay Bhai' was merely slapstick, you'd settle into it after a while. But the film never finds its tone. Apart from a few inspired moments of lunacy, this movie is schizophrenic to say the least, going from spoofy to bizarre to sentimental, and yet remaining consistently dull throughout.
Go only if you don’t mind broad humour which overstates its case at every snowflake. Also, if you like your men being called Happy, Chiksi, and Fancy.
Loud and inert at the same time, Teen Thay Bhai is a film to be shunned simply because of how cruelly it treats three actors we should treasure.
The film however lacks consistency and some of the comic situations fail to evoke any humour. While the brothers try to co-exist peacefully in the ramschackled bungalow and almost end up killing each other, the drama holds your interest. But as it moves out into the wilderness, with blondes, dogs, drugs and cops, it loses track.
Sometimes, you wish filmmakers wrote their own reviews to enlighten us on exactly what they've made.
Debutant director Mrighdeep Singh Lamba strains hard to make you laugh – Teen Thay Bhai includes everything from fart jokes to a purposefully loud Ram Leela – but I barely smiled. I’m going with one and a half star.
On the whole, 3 Thay Bhai is a weak fare which will go down in box-office history as a non-starter.
TEEN THAY BHAI doesn't even have teen (three) genuinely funny scenes. Watch it if you want to test your 'will' power.