Movie Review: De De Pyaar De

Somewhere inside the center of De De Pyar De’s strolling time you are in restoration. You can’t make up your mind if the film is a flaccid rom-com, a confusing love triangle or just a soppy family saga. Oh properly!

The film starts in London in which a 50-year-vintage Ashish Mehra (Ajay Devgn) meets Aisha Khurana (Rakul Preet Singh) who’s half his age. The two are instantly interested in every other and what starts as senseless flirting will become an almost stay-in dating. Despite Ashish’s buddy’s (Javed Jaffery) repeated attempts at insinuating that Aisha is a gold digger, he goes for her… till the factor she asks him about the following step.

Ensues a predictable split and patch up later. Ajay’s character takes his younger, new lady friend to meet his ex wife (Tabu) and their youngsters again domestic in Manali. And this is where the movie takes a turn… For the more serious. A fluffy romantic comedy turns into a complicated tale of own family conflicts, dating problems, faux identities and moral values.

There are a few things to like in De De Pyaar De too. It’s a comfort that the film doesn’t cross down the slapstick route. It’s humorous in components but now not in-your-face humorous. It also touches upon relevant cutting-edge subjects like stay-in relationships, age gap among couples, making peace with your past with a modern factor of view.

Tabu shines the brightest among the lead solid. Even though she’s saddled with an inconsistently sketched character, she owns her component. Her face is a canvas of expressions and the scene in which she defends her by and large-at-fault husband offers her an edge over the others. It’s additionally splendidly clean to see Ajay Devgn test with roles toward his age and cause them to appear real. Rakul Preet Singh does a first-rate job and oozes glamour in each body. Cameos by way of Jimmy Shergil and Sunny Singh capture our attention too.

The writing of the film packs a few punches but they all come in spurts. A quicker tempo and a pithy script may want to have expanded debutant director Akiv Ali’s film a notch higher.

A film of this style warrants terrific track Alas! De De Pyaar De’s music album falls brief in that branch. Chale aana by using Amaal Malik is the simplest tune you’re taking domestic with you. Overall, the film might be a weekend time pass choice for you in case you don’t have any better plans.

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