Tere Bin LadenPakistani singer Ali Zafar makes his acting debut with TERE BIN LADEN. He plays the role of Ali Hassan, a reporter from Pakistan, who wants to make it big in the US. No matter how many different looks he dons (funny), his visa is always rejected. One fine day, he comes across an Osama Bin Laden lookalike at a Mukabla-e-bang (a competition of cocks) and makes a fake video with him, to later sell it for a ransom. But what seemed an innocuous act lands him in trouble as an official named Ted (Barry John) from the White House is in his pursuit. TERE BIN LADEN has a tight script. Right from the very first scene the mood is set. The tempo of the film is very consistent and moves at a brisk pace. At no point do you feel it is losing its way. It tastefully takes a dig at America and Pakistan. There's a visa office named Lashkar-e-America in Pakistan. When Ted is asked his rationale behind attacking Afghanistan when he knows that Osama is actually in Pakistan he says he has 100 million dollars allotted for the mission and cannot use the entire sum in only consuming coffee.