The most painful goodbyes are the ones that are never said and never explained. This film is a story about Raj (Shah Rukh Khan), Meera (Kajol) and their enchanting relationship that travels through years of hatred for each other. Set in a vicious and violent environment, Raj and Meera deal with the conflict between their respective families and the repercussions of merciless violence between them. Not all love stories are destined to have happy endings. But as it is rightfully said that ‘every end has a new beginning’ Raj and Meera’s story make us believe that love is a force more formidable than any other. It is invisible and cannot be seen or measured, yet it is powerful enough to transform you in a moment and offer you peace to overcome the most unforgettable memory of your life.
Its a typical Rohit Shetty movie but with some love story and gangster drama added to it. The elder gangster brother living a normal life and the younger brother not knowing about the elder brother’s past is definitely inspired/copied from Hum. Its a anything goes screenplay. There is a good twist in the first half of the movie but there’s no real impact due to that. There is another twist which is used to drag the whole movie.
There is one scene involving remote and TV channels which is hilarious. Other than that the comic scenes are not that funny. The love story part tries to be some kind of love saga and it comes and goes. A couple of songs Gerua and Janam Janam are good.
Shah Rukh Khan is ok. He is good in some scenes but he also overacts in many scenes whether its showing brotherly emotions or in the love story part. Kajol is also ok. She overacts in some scenes early on. The chemistry between SRK and Kajol is still good though. Varun is good in a role that he normally plays. Kriti looked pretty and is good too. Varun Sharma and Sanjay Mishra are not that funny. Johnny Lever is good in one scene. Vinod Khanna and Kabir Bedi are ok. Mukesh Tiwari and Pankaj Tripathi are good as they always are. Boman Irani is usual in a unnecessary villain track.
Rohit Shetty’s direction is bad. The movie keeps changing track from comedy to love story to gangster drama. Its too long and tests one’s patience.Tags: Boman Irani Dilwale Johnny Lever Kajol Kriti Sanon Member Reviews Mukesh Tiwari Reviews Rohit Shetty Sanjay Mishra Shah Rukh Khan Varun Dhawan Varun Sharma