Certain scenes in the film stand out completely (like the introduction scene of Naseeruddin Shah is simply fantastic and the way the suspense gets unfolded is something that needs to be applauded). Having said that, one does feel and realise that even though the film’s story may not boast of novelty (it could have been much better), it does keep the viewer engaged till the end and how! On the negative side, the film’s pace in the first half acts as a villain (‘drags endlessly at places’).
Teraa Surroor Review by Sreeju Sudhakaran on Bollywood Life
The camera work is good in the action scenes and both Shekhar Kapur and Naseeruddin Shah add drama to the story. Farah looks great on the big screen, we wish she had more to do in the film though. The stand out moments are the ones where Himesh does some dialoguebaazi and his patriotic dialogues when a random firang tries to take off on an Indian in a gun practice alley.
Teraa Surroor Review by Saibal Chatterjee on NDTVMovies
The lead actress, debutante Farah Karimaee, is the perfect foil for Himesh. She remains equally ‘unmoved’ by all the trouble that she lands in. The locations are beautiful and they are captured in all their glory by cinematographer Maneesh Chandra Bhatt.
Teraa Surroor Review by Suhani Singh on India Today
Barring a few whistle-worthy scenes which amp up Reshammiya’s quest to take himself seriously so much so that it borders on hilarious, there is nothing remotely engaging about this very listless love story. Kapur sums it up with his apt line: “I hate love stories.”
Teraa Surroor Review by Martin D’Souza on Glamsham