Om Puri, Deepak Dobriyal, Shreyas Talpade, Ragini
Khanna, Yograj Singh
Director - Mrighdeep Lamba
Rakesh Omprakash Mehra who had made outstanding movies
like Aks, Rang De Basanti and Delhi 6 has produced this
funny film ‘Teen They Bhai’ which is about three
brothers and their love-hate relationship is directed by
debutant director Mrigdeep Singh Lamba.
It has an interesting star cast like veteran actors like
Om Puri & Deepak Dobrial who are supported by the young
and talented Shreyas Talpade. It also marks the debut of
actress Ragini Khanna who is actor Govinda’s niece.
Three down-on-luck and out-of-money brothers are
summoned to the death of their grandfather. With nothing
in common, except their undying hate for each other, the
funeral turns out to be a reunion from hell. After
paying their final respects, the brothers can't wait to
get as far away from each other as possible, even if it
means returning to their miserable lives.
The bizarre clause set forth by the grandfather is that
each one of them will have to spend an entire night at an abandoned cabin on
the estate. And this is no task, because they hate the very sight of each
This is the story of three brothers distanced by life, brought together by
fate and their deceased grandfather, at an isolated snowed-out cabin. They
battle love and life to win the most important thing - each other.
There is Ashok Mehta's roaring brilliance of cinematic genius, Gulzaar with
his extraordinaire creative lyrical brilliance and the ace musician Ranjit
Credits & Crew:
Production House - Flicks India
Produced by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra
Director - Mrighdeep Lamba
Director of Photography - Ashok Mehta
Music - Sukhwinder Singh & Ranjit Barot
Lyrics - Gulzar
Written by Gautam Mehra, Mehul Suri
Associate Producer - Shyam P.S.
Film Editing by Arindam Ghatak
Casting by Mukesh Chhabra
Assistant Director - Awasthi Yatharth
Visual Effects by Meherzad Minbattiwala
Assistant Camera Man - Prabal Bose
Out of the blue, there is hope for money and freedom from
each other. They are informed that their grandfather has
left them an inheritance which will free each of them of
financial worries for life.
As per the will their deceased old man has left them an
inheritance. One hundred acres of lush sloping hills deep
in the heart of Himachal. It's worth a bounty and the
brothers feel their sorrows fly away. But as most tales
go, this one too has a twist: A clause in the will.
The catch is that the will has stipulated a condition to
be fulfilled for the brothers to receive millions from the
huge land estate left by the eccentric old man.
About the characters, Om Puri is an institution in
himself. Shreyas Talpade - a young package of talent and
humour and the amazingly gifted Deepak Dobriyal. Ragini
Khanna and the popular star of Punjabi films Yograj Singh
(cricketer Yuvraj Singh's father) are in for a brief
Debutante director Mrigdeep Singh Lamba really deserves
admiration as the basic plot of the film is good and quite
interesting. It opens well, and then it appears a boring
and a long piece as it proceeds on.
Teen Thay Bhai would have been a fine experimental film
but it disappoints - with such an ensemble star-cast and
Rakeysh Om Prakash Mehra producing this film, it was
expected to be a film far above the mediocre flicks
released in Bollywood.
Om Puri - Chiksi Gill
Deepak Dobriyal - Harpreet 'Happy' Gill
Shreyas Talpade - Fancy Gill
Ragini Khanna - Gurleen Kaur
Yograj Singh - Khetrapal 'Dadaji' Gill