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Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya Review – An eccentric blend of love, robots, and family drama

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Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya ventures into the uncharted territory of a love story between a man and a robot, blending technology with emotions. Shahid Kapoor shines as Aryan, a robotics engineer, who unwittingly falls for SIFRA, played adeptly by Kriti Sanon. The film’s novel storyline by Amit Joshi and Aradhana Sah unfolds with breezy yet inconsistent screenplay and dialogue, occasionally delivering memorable moments.

The direction by Joshi and Sah strikes a balance between drama, romance, and emotions, effectively establishing the chemistry between characters. While some scenes, like Aryan apologizing to SIFRA and their intermission point, stand out, others, particularly the attempts at humour, fall short. The film’s robot angle is handled with simplicity, but the climax leaves the audience wanting more, hinting at a promised sequel.

The performances elevate the movie, with Shahid Kapoor’s charismatic portrayal and Kriti Sanon’s remarkable ability to embody a robot with human-like features. Despite limited screen time, Dimple Kapadia leaves a lasting impact, while the supporting cast adds moments of laughter.

While unique, Amit Joshi and Aradhana Sah’s script falters in logic at times, especially in the second half, which shifts focus to family drama. The film’s soundtrack, featuring chartbuster hits like ‘Laal Peeli Akhiyaan’ and ‘Tum Se,’ complements the storyline. Cinematography by Laxman Utekar, production design by Mayur Sharma, and costumes by Sukriti Grover and Anisha Jain contribute to the film’s visual appeal.

In conclusion, Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya rests on the commendable performances of Kapoor and Sanon but struggles with inconsistencies in writing and an abrupt climax. While it may find a niche audience in multiplexes, the film falls short of delivering a truly memorable experience.

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