Love Aaj Kal Hindi Movie Review

  • By: nettv4u.com
  • Review for the film: "Love Aaj Kal Hindi"
  • Runtime: 2 Hours 21 Minutes
  • Certificate: UA
  • Released: 14-02-2020
  • Genre: Romance, Drama
3.25 / 5.0

Love Aaj Kal is scripted and directed by Imtiaz Ali. Besides directing, he produces the movie along with Dinesh Vijan. The film has Kartik Aaryan, Sara Ali Khan, Arushi Sharma, Randeep Hooda, Eesh and R Bhakti Klein are in the cast.

Plot

Zoe Chauhan has plans to settle down in her life after she settles with her own event management company. Her business target to get settled is 5 years. Zoe is not interested in some long term relationship and she wanted to live a fun-filled life without any attachment. She loves her career much. But, something from her past makes her think different. What was that? Did she find any partner for her life? Watch the movie to know the rest.

Star Performance

Sara Ali Khan pulled off the role well. The character is complex in nature, but Sara did it with ease. Kartik Aaryan had got an interesting role to perform. Similarly, Randeep Hooda impresses the audiences with his natural performance although he is seen in lesser time. Arushi Sharma is also neat with her role.

Analysis

The movie has a different script and the treatment of the film is different from Imtiaz Ali’s film of the same name that released in 2009. The characters are freshly designed and they are interesting too. The background is excellent and kudos to the art direction team. The film has a lot of emotional moments that impress the audiences. The BGM is good and gels well with the narration. However, the second half of the movie is predictable.

What's There?

  • The movie has a neat script
  • The stars had performed well and impressed the audiences
  • The characters are well designed

What's Not There?

  • The second half is predictable

Verdict

The film has a lot of interesting sequences that make the audiences glued to their seats. The emotional scenes are pretty impressive. Although there are some flaws, the film is definitely watchable once!