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The title of the film Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas is inspired from the hit song of the film Blackmail 1973 which had senior Deol. Dharmendra father of Sunny Deol and grandfather of Karan Deol as a hero. See more »
A good travel documentary for first hour & some minutes.
I fail to understand why this movie was made. Sunny Deol started off with a nonexistent story for the debut of his son. There is nothing much to write about this movie. Running time of pain stricken 2 hours and 34 minutes in which the audience are wondering! are they watching a travel documentary during the first 1 hour and 20 minutes.
This is a brave attempt to waste a lot of money from the producer of the movie and the audience who watched.
This movie has nothing to talk about. The lead actors are appalling and the supporting cast equally bad. Karan Deol only resembles his father rest has no charisma about him. Sahher Bammba looks out of place and sincerely is not a very good choice as the female lead of this movie.
The screenplay is shoddy and the climax is executed in hurry.
Sunny's last venture as a director Ghayal once again showed promise but this movie is very disappointing and waste of money and time.
Its high time Bollywood take cognizance of the fact that content is the king now. You cannot expect the audience to watch such slog any more.
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