Director: Ajay Pannalal
Writer: Sanchit Gupta (dialogue), Vinit Vyas (Story, Screenplay &dialogue)
Stars: Reena Aggarwal, Gulshan Grover, Gautam Gulati
Runtime: 2h 28min
Released: 9 June 2017
Storyline: Gattu (Rajkummar Rao) has a problem, he loves Binny (Shruti Haasan) who lives in their neighborhood. But everyone says that the girls of the neighborhood should be treated as own sister or mother. So no one considers Gattu as a potential groom for Binny, rather gives him tasks which are usually done by a brother for his sister. Binny is also very mischievous, she is not committing to Gattu entirely. Now we have to watch how Gattu convinces both Binny and the neighborhood.
Though Rajkummar has a comedy-drama film to his credit (the Sonam Kapoor-starrer Dolly Ki Doli), Behen Hogi Teri will be his first solo lead romantic-comedy.
At almost three minutes, the trailer is slightly too long and offers little to tickle the audience. While the comedy is quite average, the lack of freshness adds to the mediocrity.
Rajkummar plays a middle class boy, Gattu, who is in love with a neighbourhood girl (Shruti aka Binni) and is fighting the society’s perception that “mohalle ki ladkiyan maa-behen hoti hain.” When someone named Rahul impresses the girl’s family, a drunk Rajkummar tells his friend, “Rahul naam ke ladke haraamkhoir kyu hote hain? Wo film thi jo, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. Usme Salman bhai ki ladki kaun le gaya? Rahul. Dil To Pagal Hai me Akshay bhai ki ladki kaun le gaya? Rahul. Ab se har picture me hero ka naam hoga, Gattu. No Rahul!”