Avik Ali directorial “De De Pyar De” released today over 3100 screens in India and over 650 screens overseas. The film is a package of smart writing, plenty of laugh and strong emotions.

The film stars Ajay Devgan, Rakul Preet Singh, and Tabu in the main lead. The story of the film revolves around the age gap love. A 50-year-old middle-age man Ashish (Ajay Devgan) who is separated from his wife Manju (Tabu). He met with 26-year-old girl Aishya (Rakul Preet Singh) and falls in love with her. He likes her fearlessness and courage.

'De De Pyar De' Movie Review

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The first half of the film is all about the harmless flirting between the two different aged Ashish and Ayesha. They realized that they are more than a friend and can be more than a habit of each other. When Ashish therapist Friend comes to know about his relationship with a half age girl. He warns him for this aged gap relationship. This is all you will see in the first half. Film writer Luv Ranjan added much comedy in the part of Ashish. Ajay Devgan is being repeatedly called Buddha and uncle in the film as a part of the comedy, which makes audiences laugh so much.

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In the second half, the movie remains light and fluffy. There are some awkward situation and conflict. The film shows a balance between modern and old age thinking. Most of the scenes are funny except one scene of the sentimental moment when Tabu defends her x-husband.

The film shows some sentimental topics like divorce, live-in and age-gap romance.

Overall it is a fun movie which reinstates the fact that age is just a number in love.

The songs are average.

'De De Pyar De' Movie Review

The film is getting mixed reviews from the viewers. While some found the movie a one time watch, some a good movie, a complete package of comedy, romance and drama.

‘De De Pyar De’ Movie Review Based on Analysis.

Direction: 3.5/5



Music: 3.0/5

Visual appeal:3.0/5