Movie Review: De De Pyar De
Cast: Ajay Devgan, Rakul Preet Singh, Tabu, Alok Nath, Javed Jafri, Jimmy Shergill, and Sunny Singh, etc.
Director: Akeel Ali
Script: Love Ranjan, Tarun Jain, and Surabhi Bhatnagar
Producer: Bhushan Kumar, Krishna Kumar, Luv Ranjan, and Ankur Garg
Rating: *** 1/2
Love Ranjan of Ghaziabad has prepared a new Universe in Hindi cinema. He won the hearts of youngsters with love of Pankanama, Pooja ki Pankanama 2 and Sonu's tattoo. As a director, Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, Ajay Devgan, and Tabu are all set in their next film. But before going to that film, Love has created a horror film, De De Pyaar De, in the present day of the love-related thread of love. The film looks at the difference between the generations coming in love with a new perspective.
The time has changed. Ever since the '50s, the people who are in the category of the elderly are still recovering in this age and their desires to live life according to their own will remain as young as them. It is like the hero of the story of De De Pyaar De, Ashish Lives in London. Invest in startups. Ayesha likes it. He has come to London from India and works in the bar to remove his expenses. Both meet. Both prefer each other. But before the talk goes ahead, Ashish brings India to meet his family members. The wife of the household, ie Ashish's wife and two children. The children have grown up. The daughter's age is around Ayesha. Aishwarya's love story of Ayesha and Ashish tends to be confused in a whirlwind, and a lot of questions are given to viewers to think.
This is the first film as Akevi Ali's director who has edited all the superhit films. However, the film is a complete extension of the cinematic vision of Love Ranjan. Love Ranjan keeps such love stories of changing times, where the hero is not idealistic and is realistic. She wants to live today. I do not want to remember yesterday's tomorrow and he has not thought about tomorrow. In such a situation, when the 24-year-old girl is brought to meet the people with the intention of making her a wife, then the earthquakes are created. The question here is that why do people sacrifice their happiness for the happiness of others? Why do people not live their life according to their own right to prove the scale?
Apart from the film's cinematography of Sudhir Chaudhary, the music of Amal Malik and Ruchika Kohli is also very helpful. Both songs of Arijit Singh are available to you and if you are heartbroken, this season's hit songs are going to be created. Lyricist Kumar in Dil Roe Jaay has also shown his skills about which few people know. While writing party numbers, Kumar has the understanding of sensitive songs, he has got less director in Hindi cinema. De De Pyaar De is a comedy film, as well as trying to find answers to new age new questions. Give love is successful in returning the audience back to Hindi cinema hanging in the hangover of Avengers Endgame.