Teree Sang


 Poster of Teree Sang.

‘Teree Sang’, Satish Kaushik’s film on teenage pregnancy, is also a comment on how the socio-economic structures of a society try to determine relationships.

Maahi (Sheena) is the only child of rich parents (Rajat Kapoor and Neena Gupta) who are too busy to spare any time for their lonely, introvert daughter.

Maahi befriends Kukko (Ruslaan), who has doting parents (Kaushik and Sushmita Mukherjee) but, belongs to a lower strata of the society.

They go camping on new year eve and, in a drunken sate, end up making love without really caring about the outcome.

Maahi gets pregnant and refuses to undergo an abortion. Worried about reputation and honour, their parents fail to understand them.

When Maahi and Kabir realise that the only way to save the baby and their love is to elope, they seek the help of their friends and take shelter in a discarded house, on the hills.

But, soon they realise that all the fun goes out of the window when the responsibilities of supporting a house and parenthood come calling on your door.

For a serious subject, ‘Teree Sang’ fails to evoke any interest. Insipid screenplay, mediocre music, and immature delivery of dialogues make it unworthy of all the talk. A waste of time..

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