Reviewer's Summary - Interesting|
Actors: Salman Khan, Bhumika Chawla, Sachin Khedekar, Savita Prabhune, Ravi Kishan
Director: Satish Kaushik
Producer: Mukesh Taneja, Sunil Manchanda
Music: Himesh Reshammiya
Screenplay & Dialogs: Jainendra Jain
Fine performances by Salman Khan and Bhumika Chawla and an unusual story make watching Tera Naam a pleasant experience.
Radhey Mohan (Salman Khan) is a no good lousy bum forever getting into fights much to the irritation of his elder brother (Sachin Khedekar). One day, the young lad sees a new student of his old college Nirjara (Bhumika Chawla), the daughter of a priest, at the train station and starts teasing her.
Slowly, the teasing turns into love.
But Nirjara doesn't reciprocate his affections and asks him to stay away from her. Nirjara is also engaged to be married to Rameshwar (Ravi Kishan), her father's disciple. Out of sheer frustration, Radhey Mohan kidnaps her one day to tell her of his abiding love for her.
After getting to know him better, Nirjara also starts reciprocating Radhey's love.
Just as day turns into night, true love has its obstacles. One day Radhey Mohan is badly bashed up by some thugs in retaliation for causing their bordello to be shut down. Radhey Mohan suffers a severe head injury and committed to a mental asylum with little chance of recovery.
In the meantime, Nirjara's mariage is fixed with Rameshwar again. Radhey escapes from the asylum and comes to see Nirjara but it's too late.
Tera Naam's music is no great shakes but it doesn't really matter because the rest of the movie amply compensates. Tumse Milna is one of the better songs. - Copyright SearchIndia.com.