Yash Chopra was like ahead of his times with epic love stories like “Lamhe”, considered bold at the time, which went on to become a cult later. But we are not here to compare the reclusive director Aditya Chopra with this illustrious father. Yet the film Befikre reminds you of so many instances that you can’t help but compare.
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Karan Johar’s swang song, labour of love, raison de etre, was more of a baap-re, ignite the shove the love and run along, for some.Much awaited, long anticipated left me much irritated, long agitated.
In a way, that is a compliment because the expectations were well raised and the chemistry well praised.It was all poised to leave you with an epic feeling, instead you feel the need to leave the theater without hitting the ceiling.
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Sometimes,and there are times, when a dream team fails to create magic. Bombay Velvet wants to be the big shot, but sadly ends up being the average commoner. Stitching together great visual sequences,sometimes doesnt add up to a compelling storyline. Anurag Kashyap’s crossover (?) to gloss slips on the tiles.
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