When there are three people involved in a love story it’s definitely a love triangle but what makes Tu Hi Re different from ordinary love triangles is the different perception/ definition of love for the three protagonists. The secret of this beautiful story is hidden in the end credits when you come to know that the film is inspired by a Tamil film Sillunu Oru Kaadhal.
Sanjay Jadhav as always knows what audience expect from him and he never failed to live up to his audience expectations. Tu Hi Re has a gripping first half. It dips a bit post interval but surprises you towards the end.
Sai Tamhankar is the star of the film. Her character is superbly written making her the scene stealer of the film. Swapnil Joshi is good but not different. Tejaswini Pandit is simply sweet and beautiful in the film. Remaining supporting cast was good in their respective roles.
Music of the film is good as a part of film but simply as an album struggles to impress. Background score of the film is fabulous, makes the scene more enjoyable and entertaining. Editing was majorly good. Cinematography was worth noticing.
Overall Tu Hi Re is a nice and feel good film. The last half an hour is loaded with high voltage drama with brilliant performance making you leave the theatre with a smile. It’s a perfect romantic film for romance lovers. Recommended. Rating mainly for Sai Tamhankar and Sanjay Jadhav.