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‘De De Pyaar De’ Mid-Ticket Review: The first half is an average fest with very few laughs


As a comedy on the sugar daddy concept, ‘De De Pyaar De’ is not as bad as last week’s ‘Student Of The Year 2′ and it works in parts. Unlike good films, this Akiv Ali directorial has nothing much to say and the actors have nothing much to do. For me, the only bright side was Javed Jaaferi’s performance as a psychiatrist. He warns Ajay (Ashish) not to fall for gold digging Rakul (Ayesha) and tries to save him.

Ashish doesn’t listen and a song sequence later, he falls madly in love with Ayesha. The dialogues are somewhat witty, but the gags fall flat. In the press screening, there was not a single moment where everyone laughed in unison. The second half looks promising (considering the twist at the interval point), but we’ll have to wait and watch if it is better than the first.

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