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De De Pyaar De

De De Pyaar De

17 May, 2019
2 hrs 15 mins
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Luv Ranjan`s De De Pyaar De is a contemporary rom-com with a quirky take on urban relationships. The film starring Ajay Devgn, Tabu and Rakul Preet Singh is directed by the renowned Hindi film editor, Akiv Ali.
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Ajay Devgn, Tabu and Rakul Preet Singh shine in this funny May-December romance. ...Read full review
DDPD is a fun ride that reinstates the fact that when it comes to love, age is just a number. ...Read full review
A fantastic cast elevates the formulaic rom-com. ...Read full review
De De Pyaar De shares its DNA with Luv Ranjans sexist films but this time around instead of men putting women down, vilifying them as conniving shrews or ditzy airheads, it pits woman against woman, each shaming the other on matters related to their age, appearance, and dressing. I will admit that although politically incorrect, many of the jokes land, and there are some laughs to be had watching a game of one-upmanship unfold between Tabu and Rakul Preets characters. Metaphors about old cars versus newer models are low hanging fruit, but a joke involving dal gets the biggest cheers. Tabu, especially, takes her best crack at the frequently silly material and not surprisingly makes much of it work. ...Read full review
Ultimately, watching De De Pyaar De is a frustrating experience because while there are things to admire, including the unconventional ending, there is no escape from the lazy stereotypes, the simplistic moralizing, and the episodic, sitcom-style screenplay. ...Read full review
This is a film that pretends to be brave. We have seen May-December romances before Balkis Cheeni Kum rushes to mind, another film held in place by an exquisite Tabu turn though heres the thing: the attempted radical ideas here lies not in the humdrum idea of an older man romancing a younger woman, but instead in these producers and a star like Devgn admitting he may be too old for the films he usually makes, and the heroines he stars with. ...Read full review
You wish the film had been braver in its intention of creating a really cracking rom-com, instead of playing its clichs for a laugh. At his best, dialogue writer Luv Ranjan has the ability to pull off the difficult task of making actors sound like real people when they are in stormy, messy relationships, and those are the moments in which De De Pyaar De does best. Pity it didnt have more of those. ...Read full review