Teraa Surroor (transl. Your joy) is a 2016 Indian Hindi thriller film directed by Shawn Arranha and produced by Vipin Reshammiya and Sonia Kapoor. It is sequel to 2007 film Aap Kaa Surroor.The film was a joint production of T-Series and HR Musik Limited. The film stars Himesh Reshammiya and Farah Karimae in the lead roles. Naseeruddin Shah, Shekhar Kapur, Kabir Bedi, and Monica Dogra play the supporting roles.Teraa Surroor was released on 11 March 2016 in over 1000 cinemas all over India. The basic plot was taken from the Hollywood film The Next Three Days.
The film begins with the murder of two Indian origin men in Ireland being killed by a masked man. The story then shifts to Tara Wadia, who is a singer and the girlfriend of a businessman-cum-gangster Raghu and lives with her mother. Raghu, it is revealed, is much in the eyes of the law.
One day, Raghu confesses to Tara that he had spent a night with a prostitute unintentionally. Disappointed, Tara breaks up with him and decides to leave for Ireland, despite her mother trying to convince her of Raghu’s goodwill. However, the moment she lands in Dublin, she gets detained after being caught with drugs. Tara calls Raghu for help. Now he must help her and find Anirudh Brahman, the stranger who befriended Tara on Facebook and invited her to Ireland.
Raghu hires a lawyer, Elle Jordan to rescue Tara and tries to get her bailed out but the plea is rejected by the judiciary. Fearing a supposedly insurmountable life sentence, Raghu decides to help Tara, during which time, it is revealed that in childhood, he used to work for a gangster, Aurangzeb, who was badly wanted by the law, simply because Aurangzeb had held his mother a slave and she was in need of an operation, for which Raghu wanted money. A man named Anthony, instead, promised to give money for his mother’s operation, and Raghu was trained in using a pistol to shoot Aurangzeb. When he proceeded with the task, he initially hesitated to shoot the gangster, but when Aurangzeb insulted his mother, Raghu shot him multiple times without a second thought.
Raghu consults with Robin Dharamraj Santino, an infamous convict who has escaped 14 times from prison. Robin says that he would charge him 20 mins each to help him and Raghu agrees. Robin briefs him all plans and procedures and warns him that he must get Tara out of jail just within 20 minutes before the entire city would lock down by an automatic system. Succeeding in helping Tara escape, Raghu stays back for fighting the cops to buy her time.
After a successful escape, Raghu reconciles with Tara after revealing to her that his act of sleeping with the prostitute was actually part of a plan, and that he is actually an undercover assassin who has previously killed many criminals on behalf of Commissioner Afzal A. Khan. Seconds later, he is informed of Anirudh Brahman’s location, and upon reaching there, is shocked to find Haider, Tara’s close friend and associate, who confesses that he wanted to trap Raghu out of revenge for having killed Aurangzeb, who, it turns out, was his father. Raghu kills him and reunites with Tara.
Himesh Reshammiya as Raghu, a gangster and boyfriend of Tara
Farah Karimaee as Tara Wadia, Raghu’s girlfriend
Naseeruddin Shah as Robin “Bird” Dharamraj Santino, a criminal who helps Raghu
Shekhar Kapur as Rajeev Kaul, India’s Ambassador in Ireland
Monica Dogra as Elle Jordan, Tara’s lawyer
Kabir Bedi as AA Khan, Indian Police Commissioner
Shernaz Patel as Tara’s mother
Suneel Dutt as Drug trafficker
Myles Molloy as Police Officer Graham Molloy
Ann Marie O’Connor as Policewoman
Richard O’Leary as Policeman
Warren Renwick as Policeman
Maneesh Chandra Bhatt as Anthony
Niraj Singh as Farooq Ansari
Ravi Singh as Indian Man
Tereza as call girl
Naresh Suri as Indian Police Officer
Degnan Geraghty as Col. Trueman Head of Irish Intelligence
Abhishek Duhan as Haider / Anirudh Brahman