By Saibal Chatterjee Music director and singer Himesh Reshammiya is back and he isn't strumming a guitar and belting out numbers in his signature nasal style. This time around, he launches big time into action star mode as a gangster with a heart of gold.
It is his gun that does all the talking. And that is just as well. Teraa Surroor has neither the narrative depth nor the weighty dialogue that can aid a pedestrian thriller transcend the limits of the genre.
This is a Himesh Reshammiya film, so there is no dearth of songs here, but not all of them are in the star's own voice. The musical numbers only serve as speed-breakers in a film that is anyways rather thin in terms of twists and turns.
VERDICT: Teraa Surroor is strictly for Himesh Reshammiya fans. There is little else in this 106-minute film that might be worth the price of a trip to the multiplex.