The highs and lows of a romantic relationship are examined through flashbacks and flash-forwards.The highs and lows of a romantic relationship are examined through flashbacks and flash-forwards.The highs and lows of a romantic relationship are examined through flashbacks and flash-forwards.
Different from masala Bollywood love stories.
Truth be said I was nowhere interested to see this movie after watching the trailer because this concept has been done many times and there is nothing new to it. Then came the video song for "Tere Khair Mangdi" and Siddharth Malhotra's expressions hooked me in and I was interested to see whether he has done something different. So I just went it with very low expectations but I thoroughly enjoyed the movie. Now when I came to rate this movie I was shocked to see such a low rating so I think I should give in my input for people who haven't seen it yet. Story wise the movie is what you are expecting if you have seen Hollywood movies where a love-story is mixed with time travel. The highlight of the movie is Siddharth Malhotra. He gives a surprisingly emotional and soulful performance depicting each age in the time-line. The cinematography is brilliant. Every bit of the chaos called marriage is shown brilliantly and the confusion which Sid's character, Jai is having is shown articulately. Now with such amazing direction and camera-work the one who fails and had so much room to work is Katrina Kaif. She is still short on how to emote and she is absolutely not at par with Siddharth. Ram Kapoor and Sarika stroll through their roles. Rohan Joshi gets his Bolly debut. Though a bit stiff, he does his best. My honest suggestion is to give it a watch because it is a refreshing change to the already beaten down formula of Bollywood's take on romance and love.
- Sep 13, 2016
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