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Taapsee and Saqib’s cute chemistry tried a lot to save this hurriedly written film

Filmy Digest

Its fresh, it’s cute, its quirky perky.

That’s because of Taapsee’s liveliness and Saqib’s charm.

But it’s also a lazily and hurriedly written rom-com where love just happens and comedy is scarce.

An average watch.

Watch it If you like -

Fresh and cute lead pairing, Nidhi Singh’s act, Fresh and clean vibe of the film

But Beware of -

Unconvincing screenplay, Love and Breakups happen too easy too fast, Dull in parts

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Nirmata (Makers)

Debutante director Aleya Sen went on to give a cool execution to the film but the script wasn’t a good fit to all the funky vibes.

Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)

Remember Hum Tum.

The feel was cool, the story was unconvincing. But the movie out and out turned out fun. That’s because the script kept one engaged. This movie is the same, except it doesn’t keeps one hooked.

Written by the director herself, everything in the script happens in a hurry, romance, breakup, passage of time. As if there is someone running after the movie to finish it off asap.

The result is, you never feel a connect to the movie. And for the very same reason, a mere 2 hour film seems longer.

Even the cute chemistry between Taapsee and Saqib couldn’t make us like the movie no matter how we tried considering the happy zone it is made in.

Abhineta (Actors)

Despite hastily written script and characters, Taapsee and Saqib’s chemistry is the light and hope of the film.

Saqib’s charm and wit-tempo is impressive. Taapsee’s bubbliness and that kiddo smile adds so much energy to the film. But their characters couldn’t let them use their talent.

Nidhi Singh is just amazing in her role. Perhaps hers is the only role that’s written nicely or may be its the actress that understood the role in her own way and pulled it off in the most annoyingly entertaining way.

Geet Sangeet (Music)

Music is good, especially the song Dil Jaane Naa. But all the songs are utilized in the movie and that adds more to the disengaging side of the film.

Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)

Its cute, but has no roots to fix us to our seats. You can easily skip this one.

FilmyCurry Rating

★1/2

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