Tera Intezaar Movie Review

0.5 / 5.0

Tera Intezaar is a supernatural musical entertainer that has Sunny Leone and Arbaaz Khan in the lead roles. The film is scripted by Anwarullah Khan and directed by Raajeev Walia. Arya Babbar, Salil Ankola, Sudha Chandran, Richa Sharma, Gauhar Khan, Bhani Singh and Hanif Noyda in the star cast. Johny Lal is the cinematographer and Raaj Aashoo is the music composer. Aman Mehta and Bijal Mehta produced the film under Bageshree Films banner and Phantom India distributed the film.


Veer Singh Rajput is a talented painter. He paints his dream girl and the painting looks like Ronak, an art gallery owner. When Ronak was about to see this, she is surprised how come a person draws her to perfection, without seeing her. Ronak’s clients want to loot all the paintings by Veer Singh. So, they walloped him and made him unconscious. Later, he is hospitalized. But, Ronak doesn’t know what happened to Veer. Veer has a twin brother, who dies in the accident. His spirit follows the people, who hit his brother and tries to stop them from looting. What happens next? Watch the film on the silver screen.

Star Performance

Nothing special to be pointed as a memorable performance.


Anwarullah Khan hasn’t concentrated well on the script and as a result, Raajeev didn’t execute it well.

What’s There?

  • Sunny Leone is the only solace in the film

What’s Not There?

  • Arbaaz has no role in the film, even though he performs a dual role. He just shows his presence 
  • VFX effects doesn’t bring anything attractive  
  • The film doesn’t give any thrill
  • Poor execution


The film has nothing impressive. If the film didn’t have Sunny Leone, then, it wouldn’t have even seen a single day run. Tera Intezaar expects the audiences, but none would like to go!