Movie reviews: De De Pyaar De

Here's what critics are saying about the film De De Pyaar De, featuring Ajay Devgn, Tabu, Rakul Preet Singh, Dipali Limbachia, Alok Nath, Javed Jaffrey, Jimmy Shergill and others.



Jimmy Shergill is a treat to watch, the actor plays a cameo as Tabu's friend. Things take a dramatic turn after Ayesha's encounter with Ashish's family, and the plot loses steam in between. At places, the dialogues are far too stretched and stereotypical. Read the complete film review here. 

The Indian Express

You wish the film had been braver in its intention of creating a really cracking rom-com, instead of playing its clichés for a laugh. At his best, dialogue writer Luv Ranjan can pull off the difficult task of making actors sound like real people when they are in stormy, messy relationships, and those are the moments in which De De Pyaar De does best. Pity it didn’t have more of those. Read the complete film review here.

India Today

Touted to be a rom-com, De De Pyaar De starts on a lousy note. The first half is a potpourri of cliches stuffed with heavy dosages of flirting, a few double entendre dialogues, some harmless flirting and a dash of romance. Served cold with humour. Read the full movie review here.



The dosage of sexism in De De Pyaar De is abundant, but here it gets worse. One, there is not just sexism but sexism passed off as feminism. Two, it gets almost surmonising about everything- starting from age difference in relationships to divorces to live-in, but ends up being a mess and that too a bad one. Read the full movie review here. 

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