Baar Baar Dekho Movie Review



Baar Baar Dekho Movie Review
CAST: Katrina Kaif, Ram Kapoor, Sidharth Malhotra, Sarika
DIRECTOR: Nitya Mehra
DURATION: 2 hours 25 minutes

STORY: Jai Verma (Sidharth Malhotra), a numerical virtuoso, gets himself haphazardly going through time – (into the past and future) until he figures out how to esteem his present. He gets the opportunity to remember a critical day of his life keeping in mind the end goal to deflect future misfortunes. Will this issue change his life for better?

REVIEW: Bearing the brunt of his ‘going to rest and awakening in another day and age’ schedule, is his ‘abs’olutely dazzling spouse Dia Kapoor (Katrina Kaif), who’s the “driver” in their relationship. She’s excessively clingy, he’s excessively unbiased and occupied with his figurings to notice her genuine affection for him. The film unwinds what lies ahead for these adolescence sweethearts.

What might you settle in the event that you could go back in time? The musing is fascinating and the message, excellent – life isn’t a progression of figured occasions so grab the occasion. Genuine joy lies in the littlest of things. Nonetheless, the film‘s thinking is imperfect. Not at all like motion pictures like ‘About Time’, which have investigated the dream time traveling subject with much heart, this one uses it as a discipline to “accommodate” the man, who is dedicated to his aspirations. You don’t see anything amiss with his decisions in the first place so his change of heart doesn’t pull at your heartstrings either.

In genuine Dharma style, the film is outwardly and musically captivating and is about adoring your family. Attractive performing artists murmur heartfelt melodies at perfect areas. Both Sidharth and Katrina are simple on the eye and Sidharth pulls off his mind boggling part effortlessly. Katrina, be that as it may, hasn’t gone past what’s anticipated from her as an on-screen character.

There are immortal romantic tales and afterward stories including time travel. BBD has a place with the last mentioned. Wonderful and genuinely captivating however a bit repetitive (like science) to bring out a Baar seeing. The foot-tapping kala chashma melody at last imbues that tremendously required vitality and pizzazz into the film