Do Aur Do Pyaar works because of the plot and chemistry.

Do Aur Do Pyaar Review {2.0/5} and review rating

Star Cast: Vidya Balan, Prateek Gandhi, Ileana D’Cruz, Sendhil Ramamurthy

Do and love

Director: Shirasa Guha Thakurata

Do Aur Do Pyaar Movie Synopsis:
Do and love It is the story of a dysfunctional couple. Kavya Ganesan (Vidya Balan) is married to Anirudh Banerjee (Pratik Gandhi) for 12 years. They dated for 3 years and then eloped and got married. Over the years, they drifted apart and stopped communicating. Ekaki attracted Kavya to Vikram, an American photographer of Indian origin.Sendhil Ramamurthymeanwhile, Anirudh begins an affair with upcoming actress Nora.Ileana D’Cruz, both are making plans with their spouses and are planning to divorce soon. One day Kavya gets a call that her grandfather has died. She decides to move to Ooty, where her family lives. Anirudh also joins them. Their visit raises tensions in the Ganesan family, especially her father Venkat (Thalaivasal Vijay) who has not forgiven them for running away. In this tense and critical situation, they find time and opportunity to communicate and follow each other once again. What happens next sets up the rest of the film.

Do Aur Do Pyaar Movie Story Review:
Do Aur Do Pyaar is an official remake of the 2017 Hollywood film The Lovers. Suprotim Sengupta and Esha Chopra’s story is very relatable and is not a scene-by-scene remake of the original film. The screenplay by Suprotim Sengupta and Esha Chopra is realistic with ample doses of humor and drama. The writing, however, gets stretched in the second half. The dialogues by Suprotim Sengupta, Amrita Bagchi and Esha Chopra are interactive and add to the entertainment quotient.

Directed by Shirsh Guha Thakurata is simple. Although it is adapted from a foreign film, the director has Indianized the film beautifully. The four main characters and their faults and strengths are portrayed in a subtle and realistic manner. She also succeeds in reflecting the reality and complexities of relationships and marriages. After a good start, the film gets better in the Ooty episode. The Elephanta Hotel sequence is interesting and the director brings the house down during the interval.

On the flipside, the second half is also long and dragging. A decisive pre-climax dialogue continues and should be minimized for good effect. Moreover, the focus is on the married couple while the other two get a raw deal. The makers also skip an important plot point in the climax. Finally, the voice is not clear in some dialogues.

Do Aur Do Pyaar Movie Screening:
Vidya Balan looks stunning and delivers a stunning performance. She has been consistently doing great work but in Do Aur Do Pyaar she gave one of the best performances of her illustrious career. She shines in dramatic and confrontational sequences but watch out for when she goes into LOL mode; It is very charming. Prateek Gandhi has never looked so handsome in a Hindi film before. He also puts his best foot forward. His chemistry with Vidya is amazing. Ileana D’Cruz plays a difficult role with ease. She proved that she can score big if given the chance. Dashing Sendhil Ramamurthy ably supports. His screen time is limited though. Thalaivasal Vijay left a mark. Rekha Kudligi (Savitri) and Kumardas TN (Palli) are fine. Arun Ajikumar (CJ Surya) hams.

Do Aur Do Pyaar Music and Other Technical Aspects:
The music suits the mood of the film. ‘The heart is full’ Best because of its placement and attractive theme. ‘You have a story’ Failed to register. ‘Ta Ra Ta Ra Ta’, ‘Teri Meri Yeh Kahani’ And ‘ Sharpen‘ are passable. Subhajit Mukherjee’s background score is decent but in the pre-climax it hampers the tension of the sequence.

Karthik Vijay’s cinematography is satisfactory. Shailaja Sharma’s production design is straight out of life. Veera Kapoor’s outfits are stunning, especially the ones worn by Ileana. Bardroy Barretto’s editing could be slicker.

Do Aur Do Pyaar Movie Conclusion:
Overall, Do Aur Do Pyaar works because of the relatable storyline and electrifying chemistry between Vidya Balan and Prateek Gandhi. To perform well at the box office, it needs acceptance from the target audience, i.e. the urban elite.

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