• Teri Meri Kahaani doesn’t work despite potential in the premise. It feels soulless and superficial, and is unlikely to find many fans.

  • Shubhra Gupta
    Shubhra Gupta
    Indian Express


    Who wants three Shahids and three Priyankas for the price of one ticket? Not me, even though I duly bought mine, and prepared to be regaled three times over by a pair of actors who are capable of good things on their good days.

  • Anupama Chopra
    Anupama Chopra
    Hindustan Times


    What I enjoyed most was the recreation of Mumbai in 1960 — empty streets, an Art Deco movie theatre, women in breathlessly tight blouses and bouffant hairdos.

    But the film’s main ingredient — love — is too synthetic to soar.

  • What’s the point of telling three different love stories if you plan to give them a similar finish off? The whole exercise seems plain cosmetic. But till the point the make-up doesn’t wear off, Teri Meri Kahaani is a far better film than I came to see.

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

  • Waiting for its television premier would be a wiser choice to catch this kahaani.

  • Teri Meri Kahaani has proven to be quite disappointing and it can be easily avoided.

  • According to me, the one actress to benefit from this will be Prachi Desai. Watch her in her Asha Parekh get-up. Absolutely charming.

  • The foot tapping songs such as “Mukhtasar”, “Uff” and “Humse Pyaar Karle Tu” are well-written, melodiously sung and deftly choreographed. All in all, ‘Teri Meri kahaani’ is not Kunal Kohli’s best work but still is a light watch sans any vulgarity.