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Rom-com Movie, directed by Raaj Shaandilyaa, stars Ayushmann Khurrana who plays a 'dream girl'. In every love story, there is always one trying to win the heart of the other, who could be the 'dream girl'.
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.
a 50 year old Aashish living London away from his family fro many years,He falls in love with a 26 year Ayesha.Thou officially not divorced from his first wife Manju.Aashish wants her permission to get married to Ayesha.Upon reaching his house in India ,Ayesha finds that Aashish kids are of the same age as her.Aashish introduces Ayesha as his secretary to his family,he also finds that his daughter is about to get married and VK whose become close family friend is trying to woo her Manju.Written by
DDPD is a fun ride that tells the fact that when it comes to love, age is just a number.
A middle-aged man living in London falls in love with a girl half his age..!
All started when he tries to seek approval from his separated wife and family back in India.
"This is not an age gap, it's a generation gap," warns Ashish Mehra's (Ajay Devgn) Doctor (Javed Jaffrey), when he learns about his client cum friend's affair with a 20-something hottie Ayesha (Rakul Preet Singh).
But it's not a one-sided love story that has a man dating his beti ki umar ki ladki. It's a full-fledged love affair.
Harmless flirting between two different personalities, leads them to discover that they can be more than just a habit for each other. This is pretty much what the first half of 'De De Pyaar De' (DDPD) is all about.
Ajay Devgn is in top form playing his age and he lets the audience laugh at him for being repeatedly called Buddha and 'Uncle' in the film.
His chemistry with a young and vivacious Rakul Preet Singh doesn't feel out of place.
Tabu excels with her understated performance and measured expressions & her comic timing is spot on.
For most part, DDPD remains light and fluffy with awkward situations and conflicts in the second half.
The songs are weak, but the background score is consistently strong to lift many of the scenes.
The film maturely handles a few touchy topics like divorce, live-ins and age-inappropriate romance, without getting too overbearing.
Director Akiv Ali wraps it up with a slightly unpredictable climax minus the melodrama.
Overall, DDPD is a fun ride that tells the fact that when it comes to love, age is just a number.
Majority of the film is immensely entertaining, a few twists in the second half seem bizarre. But before it turned dumb or foolish, director Ali manages to control things in.
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