This Kartik Aaryan and Sara Ali Khan starrer is a blah film
Imtiaz Ali is undoubtedly one of the best filmmakers we have in the industry. So, when he makes a film we expect it to be good especially when the film is titled as Love Aaj Kal. But not all the filmmakers can retell a similar story in the same way they did it earlier.
Watch it If you like -Randeep Hooda and Arushi Sharma are good and Pritam’s music is impressive
But Beware of -Sara Ali Khan is bad, Kartik Aaryan overacts and Imtiaz Ali forgets to write a story
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Love Aaj Kal was made in 2009 with Saif Ali Khan and Deepika Padukone. After 11 years, Imtiaz Ali makes a movie with the same title and casts Saif’s daughter Sara Ali Khan in it. But this movie is an example why filmmakers should not touch their classics.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
Zoe (Sara) is a career oriented woman. Veer (Kartik Aaryan) falls in love with her. But Zoe feels she can’t manage career and love life together. Soon, as expected they fall in love and career becomes a hurdle. On the other hand, there’s Raj (Randeep Hooda) who tells Zoe about his love story that took place in 90s. And then we are in for Love Aaj Kal.
The script of the film is written by Imtiaz Ali and we wonder what he actually wanted to say. The storyline is very weak and Zoe’s character is written so badly that you would feel that how can a filmmaker like Imtiaz Ali write such a female lead character. The screenplay is boring and you will surely yawn while watching the movie. This is clearly the weakest work of Imtiaz, even Jab Harry Met Sejal was better than this.
Kartik Aaryan and Sara Ali Khan, both the actors are disappointment here. While the former is a bit good in the 90s part, the latter is just bad throughout the film. Randeep Hooda saves the movie with his act and debutante Arushi Sharma is good in her part.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
Pritam’s music is damn good and leaves a mark. Even the recreated version Twist impresses us.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
Love Aaj Kal has nothing interesting in it. Skipping this film would be a good option.