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Baar Baar Dekho
A love-story, which unfolds through flash-backs and flash-forwards.

Baar Baar Dekho

09 Sep, 2016
2 hrs 21 mins
28,469 votes
5 4733
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A math obsessed, Jay Varma is suddenly gifted with the power of time travel, which he has to use to mend things between him and his childhood sweetheart Diya Kapoor.
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Verdict: An unconventional romantic drama. Imagine being given the chance to peek into the future. One would probably try to change things. Maybe, even make some decisions differently. Nitya Mehra's Baar Baar Dekho revolves around this idea. Essentially a romance, the film is a reflection of relationships in this day and age. The central characters, Diya Kapoor []... ...Read full review
Debutant director Nitya Mehra`s Baar Baar Dekho is unlike any romantic yarn - I hesitate from giving it that loosely-used term the `rom-com`. It is the ultimate what-if saga, narrated with a tender care and subdued splendour that makes every moment between the lead pair precious and gladdening. ...Read full review
Jai Verma (Sidharth Malhotra), a mathematical genius, finds himself randomly travelling through time - (into the past and future) until he learns to value his present. He gets to relive a significant day of his life in order to avert future setbacks. Can this disorder alter his life for better? ...Read full review
Baar Baar Dekho is book-ended by highlights. The film ends with Kala Chasma, that insanely infectious Badshah song. When it began, at least a few people in the theater I was in started dancing. And Baar Baar Dekho begins with a beautifully wrought summary of a grand romance Diya and Jai are born on different continents. Their paths cross in Delhi when they are eight, they become best friends and the relationship deepens into love. All of this happens before the opening credits finish. I was instantly sold on both, the characters and the talent of debutant director Nitya Mehra. ...Read full review
Anyone whos having trouble finding a reliable cure for insomnia needs only to head to the nearest cinema and settle down to watch Baar Baar Dekho. Its a film so dull, so numbing, youll wish youd brought your blanket. Described by its actors and first-time director Nitya Mehra as a high-concept love story, its really the cinematic equivalent of butter-free pav bhaji promising on an idea-level, but frankly whats the point of it? ...Read full review