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Baar Baar Dekho is the directorial debut of Nitya Mehra after she became part of the team of Life of Pi as an assistant director. She brings forth the two prolific and well-known actors Siddharth Kapoor and Katrina Kaif together for her first movie.
The story is about two individuals Jay Verma (Siddharth Malhotra) and Diya (Katrina Kaif). B of them consent on getting married, but somehow Jai started to question his decision of marrying Diya. Because he wanted to build up his career too and maybe that is why he gets nervous with the whole concept of marriage. The twist in the story enters in this phase of the movie when Jai founds himself with Diya on his honeymoon and she told him that they were already married two days ago. And then next day he found out more of his years passed and then he calculates the hours he will live with this rate. The motion picture revolves around the idea of time travel, and it gives you an opportunity to get a glimpse of your possible future and opportunity to change it for better or for worst.
The movie shows two different peoples with their polar opposite natures. And it had also shown the possible future for them when they are brought together. The execution is however not being good. As the movies show the two lead characters Diya and Jai Jump from their 20s to 40s to 60s, it can be safely said that the concept involves time travel. Also, the director failed to make that transformation smoothly. But overall it gives you a good entertainment and a puzzle to solve that if you have given a chance to relive the day and correct more of your mistakes will you take the opportunity or will you let the fate play its part?
The star performances for the cinema goes to it lead cast Siddharth and Katrina. Siddharth played the role of the mature person throughout the whole movie. And Katrina added up the missing elements it.
• The film has a strong storyline.
• The performances of Siddharth and Katrina are marvellous.
• The Dialogues and songs are apt according to the story.
What’s not there:
• Throughout the film, you get a vibe that something is missing.
• Also, the whole execution is a big failure.
• The transition through periods had not been done smoothly.
Ignore the small mistakes then this flick delivers the message it wants to, and the plus point is that it is a good entertainer.
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