Waiting for a movie sucks but when it releases it is a pure relief. Such was the case with Ajay Devgn fans who were deperately waiting for De De Pyaar De (DDPD) which finally saw a release on the silverscreen also having Rakul Preet Singh and Tabu in lead roles. The movie happens to be a urban romantic comedy revolving around the story of a well-to-do moderately aged man living in London who goes gaga for a young lady a large portion of his age. Problems hit the fan when he attempts to look for an approval from his isolated spouse and irritated family back in India.
MOVIE NAME- De De Pyaar De
STAR CAST- Ajay Devgn, Tabu, Rakul Preet Singh, Jimmy Shergill, Alok Nath
DIRECTOR- Akiv Ali
PRODUCERS- Luv Ranjan, Bhushan Kumar, Ankur Garg, Krishan Kumar
GENRE- ROMANTIC COMEDY
The story written by Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety fame Luv Ranjan, while appearing to be new and energizing on paper, has decayed into an insane thought. Ashish (Ajay Devgn), a fruitful 50-year-old divorce meets Aisha (Rakul Preet Singh), a 26-year-old a designer who does bartending on weekends. After an underlying fascination, they begin falling for one another. After some dithering, Ashish chooses to get married with Aisha and takes her home to meet his ex-wife Manju (Tabu) and other relatives. His entrance presents issues for his little girl and a contention emerges in Aisha's brain over Ashish's reestablished fellowship with his ex. Will their relationship endure the disturbance? Go watch the film for that...
De De Pyaar De, coordinated by debutante Akiv Ali, is improperly loaded with such hazardous and dated turns of phrase, which, as indicated by Ranjan and Ali, are clever. The motion picture scarcely fills in as an age-hole adventure yet is progressively compelling as a parody about proceeding onward and finding new perfect partners. It's a disgrace that both Luv and Tarun don't completely misuse her comic potential. For most part, DDPD stays light and fleecy with cumbersome circumstances and clashes in the second half. Every time Akiv tried to strike a harmony between present day considering and age-old moralistic qualities, the story wobbled.
An unmistakable chance to produce some paramount roar with laughter minutes with the gifted on-screen character is lost all the while. But he film surely maturely handles a couple of delicate subjects like separation, live-ins and age-improper sentiment, without getting excessively tyrannical. The songs are frail, however the background ones are reliably solid to lift a considerable lot of the scenes. By and large, DDPD is a fun ride that restores the way that with regards to cherish, age is only a number.
Talking about the acting skills, the vast majority of the acting is carefully useful, yet Tabu and Degvn have some decent scenes together, and their adult ways are an appreciated alleviation from Rakul Preet Singh's eternity youthful robbing. Jimmy Sheirgill has a sweet appearance as Manju's admirer, demonstrating indeed his ability for wide satire.
Our verdict says that in the event that you take this film for what it is, you'll likely appreciate it, which is - paltry fun; however with this gauge of the cast as well as the objectification of ladies it gets little frustration.