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Tere Bin Laden Dead or Alive – movie review

US meedia seeks proof of Osama's death


Tere Bin Laden Dead or Alive, movie review

A sequel to Tere Bin Laden, this no-brainer comedy film has glimpses of the first part that craftily connects in this story of subsequent events with all its silly antics.

This time, it’s operation ‘Osama Dead or Alive’?

Set against Osama Bin Laden’s mysterious death followed by counter reports claiming he is alive, stirring the biggest controversy in the world.

The US wants to prove to the world that they shot him dead while ‘Khalili ‘(Piyush Mishra) the terrorist arm dealer wants the world to believe he is alive.

‘Tere Bin Laden – Dead or Alive’ is a whacky comical satire that transpires in this desperate tug of war between US & the Terrorists.

The US media seeks proof from the President about Osama’s death, hence the US president sends his aide under disguise of a Hollywood producer to film the attack on Osama’s hideout in Abotabad and capture his death.

Stuck in this distressed crossfire is a budding Bollywood director ‘Sharma’ (Manish Paul) who comes from a ‘Halwai’ background, looking for a big break in film direction, gets hired by US agent David Chaddha (Sikander) on the pretext of making a Hollywood film on Osama using his doppelgänger ‘Paddi Singh’ (Pradhuman Singh).

The hidden motive is to shoot a fake tape to prove his death.

Manish Paul is okay, while it is Pradhuman Singh who plays the Osama look alike keeps you glued to the story.

However it is Sikander Kher as the CIA agent who turns into David Chaddha is just amazing. He is a revealation as compared to his earlier stints in ‘Woodstock Villa’ and ‘Players’ where he was passed off as an ordinary actor.

There are several goofy and really funny moments in the film. On the negative aspect, there are several, the ‘sansani’ news anchor spoof which looks ghisa pita, and the whimsical producer sisters and their silly process of being in the film and the next moment out of it, then finally to again feature in it.

It is the character of Osama look alike that stays with you after the film.

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Manish Paul as Sharma (the film director)
Pradhuman Singh as Paddi Singh
Sikander Kher as the CIA Agent / Chadha
Mia Uyeda
Piyush Mishra
Sugandha Garg

Production company – Walkwater Media
Directed by Abhishek Sharma
Produced by Pooja Shetty Deora, Aarti Shetty
Written by Abhishek Sharma
Music by Dhruv Dhalla
Cinematography – Chaudhary Amalendu
Edited by Chandan Arora
Distributed by Phantom Films
Tere Bin Laden Dead or Alive,  movie review