Tere Bin Laden Dead or Alive Reviews by Critics :
Manish Paul starrer Tere Bin Laden 2 has received mixed to negative reviews. We will add more reviews on this page shortly. Lets’s take a look at the reviews and rating by top critics.
Tere Bin Laden scores more on cracking jokes rather than storytelling. The film abounds with placards and signage: a budding filmmaker carrying a certificate that reads 'Duffer', terrorists celebrating Olympia-e-dehshat with signs of 'Bomb Relay' and 'Jump' shoved so mercilessly into our faces that it ceases to be funny anymore.
Director Abhishek Sharma still hasn't gotten over Laden. But he isn't second time lucky, for Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive is a classic example of stretching a familiar joke too long. The sequel to satire, which mocks US, is less clever. It takes the comedy of errors route, only this time around it fails to tickle the funny bone.
The theme of Tere Bin Laden 2 is hugely dependent on its writing and the director’s understanding of political and social nuances, but it seems Sharma has deliberately toned down his film. You can still watch Tere Bin Laden: Dead or alive, but it won’t give you the same punch as the original. Keep your expectations low and you may come out of the hall laughing.
Tere Bin Laden Dead or Alive gives stupidity a new meaning. It is terrible. The light-hearted comedy that claims to be a satire is devoid of any IQ. Director Abhishek Sharma, who was last in charge of the forgettable Akshay Kumar starrer The Shaukeens has simply proved that the prequel of this film was a mere fluke. Tere Bin Laden was novel and sincere, with an intelligent story to go with it. TBL2 is a compilation of Twitter jokes that had the good fortune of being converted into a film. Oh Jeez! This one will be bad, so brace yourself up.
This is a complete no-brainer and meant for those who enjoy any kind of comedy. Sikandar Kher shines through his dual role. For having a decent laugh, I go with a 2.5/ 5 for the film.
Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive is more dead-on-arrival than alive. If not an outright washout, this sloppy send-up is far too limp to run the distance.
Tere Bin Laden’, Part 2, generates start-up potential, some smiles, some laugh-out-loud lines, but it keeps petering out.
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