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A dynamic young entrepreneur finds herself locked in a hotel room with the corpse of her dead lover. She hires a prestigious lawyer to defend her and they work together to figure out what actually happened.
Titu is going to marry a perfect woman named Sweety. Titu's best-friend Sonu doubts Sweety's character and tries to break the marriage while Sweety tries to do opposite and which leads to war between Bromance and Romance.
De De Pyar De - if you were intrigued by the trailer and dismissed De De Pyar De is a mindless comedy, then it's worth a trip to the theatre. This film revolves around a 50-year old man falling in love with a girl half his age and its consequences. The subject is dealt with adept sensitivity by the debutante director Akiv Ali, who keeps the initial flirtation and courting brief, and yet confronts the debate over the future of such a relationship between the couple. When they have made up their mind to proceed with their relationship, it's showtime - introduction to the man's family and orientation is in order, and this is where hell breaks loose.
The storytelling is snappy and lighthearted, but it keeps going back to do a reality check on a number of subjects like midlife crisis, a single mother's pressure bringing up her children, the children's rebellious psychology (I thought that the daughter's reaction was completely the top, lacked civility and was the only sore point), the turmoil of the generation gap between the young girl and the much older man and the genuine efforts to come to terms with reality.
Ajay Devgn is suave, in great shape and gives a rock solid performance swinging between the mature man and a crisis-hit lover. Rakul Preet shines bright in a tailor made role, flaunting sophistication, sex appeal, volatility being branded the "other woman". Tabu hits home her natural flair, delivering yet another confident and superlative role. Jimmy Shergil, Alok Nath, Kumud Mishra and Javed Jaffrey provide adequate support. London and Manali are fantastic as the backdrop of the drama, which you can say won't appeal to the masses generally, on the downside. Catch De De Pyar De for some fun and if you're in mood for some thought provoking moments.
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