Rajkumar Hirani finally ditches comedy-dramas with his fifth film, the biopic of a man whose career he turned on its head.
Ae Dil is classic Johar. Exotic locations, good-looking actors, decently-written characters, great music, but clumsy story. Ayan's love for Alizeh is something I couldn't comprehend. Why? Why is this guy in love with this overly-bubbly, yet likeable girl? His motive is not in the picture. Alizeh sticks to her guns throughout the film, making her the... Continue Reading →
This was one movie I was very very keen on watching, which is something that cannot be said often for Hindi films. Imtiaz Ali is a rather talented man. He is a good director-writer (Jab We Met, Love Aaj Kal, Rockstar, Highway) and was a revelation as an actor in Anurag Kashyap's Black Friday... Continue Reading →