The first episode has an aspiring musician Govind and a film actress Rukhsar in the 60s. The second episode has Krrish falling for Radha over tweets. In the third, there's the Punjabi kudi Aradhana and Javed in a pre-independent era.
The lovers meet each other in all three love stories in the end. The basic idea of presenting three love stories over three different eras is merely visual presentation.
The movie narrates the love story of lovers and the way they gets separated in the first part. The way they come back meet each other is presented simultaneously in the climax. This presentation does nothing, but confuses viewers making the individual stories lack novelty.
Shahid Kapoor acts best in the pre-independence era and impresses audience with his shayari. Priyanka Chopra sometimes over expresses in the movie, but gave her best in the pre-independence era story. Prachi Desai and Neha Sharma also impress audience in their short roles.
Teri Meri Kahaani is an ordinary story of lovers, which Kunal Kohli tries to express in some special way, but somehow fails to deliver his best again in the end. The first part of the movie will keep you involved in the movie, with the first story being the most impressive one, followed by the third one. On the whole, TMK is a good movie, if you forget the post-interval part. TRP gives Teri Meri Kahani 3- stars out of 5!