O TERI is one of those movies that require no strain on the brain to review. These types of movies are made 'for the heck of it'. There is no thought given to any detailing on film-making. It's as though the producers decided on the cast, then decided on the director and finally, they came on the sets and took it as the mood demanded.
So I guess, they would have shot scenes randomly with whichever actors were available. Anupam Kher would have been busy with the shoots of GANG OF GHOSTS and TOTAL SIYAPPA, so his shots would have been wrapped in a day. Pulkit Samrat and newcomer Bilal Amrohi would have been on the sets daily to get the 'feel of things' for their act. CHECK OUT: O Teri - Songs Lyrics
Once the other scenes were canned, these two would have had a blast.
Later, they would have stitched the scenes together at the editing table to create a story and finally, when they found out that things were not as good as they should be on screen, they would have recorded a few songs and then randomly inserted them between scenes.
There you have it... O TERI the movie.
As simple as that! CHECK OUT: O TERI - Music Review
: I was quite impressed with Bilal Amrohi. That guy has screen presence and is a natural. If only he had put in less lipstick and even lesser lip gloss...