Raaz, Anupam Kher, Sara Loren (Special Appearance in a Song), Salman Khan (Special
Appearance in a Song), Lulia Vantur (Cameo)
Patlo), GJ Singh, Jaspreet Jasz (Akhan Vich), Mika Singh, Lunia
Manish J Tipu (Phollo karta)
meaningless comedy film inspired from the yesteryear movie Jaane bhi Do Yaaron.
The movie opens with Prantabh Pratab aka P.P. (Pulkit Samrat) and Anand
Ishwaram Devdutt Subramanium aka AIDS (Bilal Amrohi) partying in a nightclub.
Both P.P. and AIDS are investigative reporters. They report to a
female television anchor Monsoon (Sarah-Jane Dias) who consistently humiliates
them and make them chase various scandals or scams so that they can boost their
channel / programme’s TRP. Her funda is, “Logo ko scandal chahiye, scam chahiye…rape,
dakaiti. Ye sab kuch ho to lao warna shaqal mat dikhana. (The public
wants scandals and scams. If you have something sensational like stories on
rape or dacoity, bring it to me, else do not show me your faces)”.
themselves caught up in a mess with a slain CBI officer’s dead body being
dumped into their vehicle. The situation gets worse further (absolutely in an unwitting
manner) with them trapped amongst the vested interests of the corrupt
politicians, greedy industrialists, corporate lobbyists, puppet bureaucrats, unethical
female editor and fraudulent media houses and the dead body’s appearance /
disappearance act. O Teri takes a dig at real incidents / scams/ scandals through
various characters : The commonwealth games scam, nexus between journalists, PR professionals’
lobbying, sex scandal etc.
concept. He along with Neeti Palta has written the same. The approach is very
reporter. Bilal Amrohi as AIDS disappoints.
Sara-Jain Dias as Monsoon is just fine.
Vijay Raaz as opposition politician Bhanwar Lal
Kilol, otherwise a great actor, is lost in this movie.
Anupam Kher as Games organizing committee chief, and
Mandira Bedi have nothing much to do.
Lyrics are awful.
chhote log chori karte hain to wo chori hoti hai. Magar jab bade log chori
karte hain to wo scam kehlata hai.”