Movie Preview: Teree Sang
Sheena Shahabadi as Maahi
The only child of Puri family is a sweet and bubbly 15 year old Delhi girl. Belonging to a prosperous family, she's always had the best of material comforts and education.
Ruslaan Mumtaz as Kabir
A boy like all teenage boys are: aspiring, arrogantly negligent, clueless and rebellious, unreasonably demanding, loving yet not romantic, suppressed yet self- assured. Coming from a family that's at the lower end of the society yet beautifully bonded.
Rajat Kapoor and Neena Gupta as Maahi's Parents
Maahi's father is a reputed criminal lawyer. His profession demands him to be constantly traveling with his wife (Neena Gupta); leaving them insignificant time for their beloved child. Having very few friends at school and the one's she has being snobs; the only affection is the girl gets is from the servants of the house.
Satish Kaushik and Sushmita Mukherjee as Kabir's Parents
Son to a happy go lucky father (Satish Kaushik) who drives an auto rickshaw and an omni loving mother (Sushmita Mukherjee) who, in her free time tutors neighbourhood kids in English, the family makes their ends meet. Studying in a government school and living at Chandni Chowk, his extremely busy life revolves around cutting glasses, watching films, playing football and catching a glimpse of Maahi everyday outside her school.
Teree Sang Maahi, (Sheena) the only child of the 'Puri' family is a sweet & bubbly 15 year old Delhi girl. She belongs to a prosperous family and has the best of material comforts and education. While Kabir is a 17 year old typical teenager, - aspiring, arrogantly negligent, clueless and rebellious, unreasonably demanding, loving yet not romantic, suppressed yet self-assured. He comes from a family that's at the lower end of society yet beautifully bonded.
Like most youngsters Maahi and Kabir become friends. While Maahi loves the small town - suburban life style of Kabir's family, Kabir finds the urban, up market life style that Maahi is living exciting. As the relationship grows, so does the intimacy. On a camping trip on New Year's Eve, after just getting a little tipsy - the young couple in all their innocence give in to their hormonal drives & Maahi gets pregnant.
What follows is a journey of accepting one's mistakes & owning up to it, a tale of courage & determination. It's a cry for help by those numerous Kidult couples that have & are facing such a dilemma in their lives at this very moment. It's an attempt to bring to light an issue... teenage pregnancy... which is rampant & is growing exponentially in the current Indian society - modern & rural.