Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive – The First Look

Abhay Mishra Feb 25, 6:19 am 0
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Will Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive successfully follow up the brilliant satire that was Tere Bin Laden? This film revolves around the true events of America’s war against terror and Osama Bin Laden. Well, not exactly. It depicts the whole conspiracy theory of Osama’s death in the most comical way. This movie is not exactly a sequel but looks more like a spin-off.

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What’s in store for you

Judging solely by the trailer, Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive is packed with funny dialogues. A parody in its core sense, the movie looks exciting enough. Through the trailer, we get that the storyline revolves around a hoax film concept. But then things seem to take an entirely different course when a terrorist group hijacks the idea.

Abhishek Sharma returns as the director and scriptwriter for this film. While Manish Paul plays a budding film director looking for his ‘big break’. Pradhuman Singh comes back as the unfortunate Osama’s doppelganger. This time around as Paddi Singh though. And of course, Piyush Mishra as Khalili, the leader of the terror group. What we’re looking forward is the Barack Obama’s lookalike in the film.

What you can expect

If history means anything, sequels or spin-offs never fare well in the box office. While Abhishek Sharma’s first film was a hit with its witty storyline, we can’t say the same for this one. Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive seems to be a funny movie. The witty humour in the script will resonate well with audiences. But to what scale? Only time will tell. We’re just hoping the actors don’t overplay their characters.

Watch this movie with your friends over the weekend. Look out for Manish Paul and the Commander-in-Chief of the United States. We’re hoping their characters will leave you in splits.

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Watch the trailer here:

Our expectations: 3/5

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