Befikre Movie Review 2016 – 2.5/5
Befikre is the motion picture that Aditya Chopra makes when he’s attempting to imitate Woody Allen. This youthful and foamy sentimental story is much the same as a ton of comedies made by Allen. It acquires vigorously from its French setting. The way of life, the qualities and the characters’ are significantly more liberal than you’d anticipate that them will be in a Hindi film. There’s gobs of PDA and the entire thought is to love somebody without minding a damn. Regardless of its dynamic subjects and exceptional filmmaking artfulness, Befikre feels a bit excessively flaky and minimal immaterial.
The story depends on the well established recipe of partners not understanding they’re intended to be as one until obviously life explains it for them. Dharam (Ranveer Singh) keeps running into Shyra (Vani Kapoor) at an arbitrary melodic gig in Paris and they hit it off. However, that is their past. In the present, Dharam and Shyra have part following a year of live-in responsibility. They’ve gone from the special night period of their relationship to the quarreling couple stage. Befikre at first embraces the nonlinear story where the course of events continues bouncing forward and backward between the sex charged start of the relationship and the ungainly separation. The second half adheres to the clear narrating where things work out like a droll form of Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, Dil Chahta Hai and Neal n Nikki. Furthermore, to top it all, Aditya Chopra receives a bizarre Woody Allen way to deal with his peak. At last everything feels like a goulash of thoughts that simply don’t gel together.
Indeed, even with its upside down thoughts, Befikre has a specialized energy that is exceptionally noteworthy. The camerawork by French cinematographer Kaname Onoyama is superlative on events. The French areas are utilized to incredible impact in this film. The Parisian settings increase the value of the sentimental climate. The visuals of Befikre, particularly those on offer in tunes like Ude dil befikre and Labon ka karobaar are highest quality level. Ranveer Singh’s and Vani Kapoor’s faultless builds make matters much more extraordinary. Be that as it may, with so much sight to behold on offer, the motion picture just never figures out how to assemble up any spirit.
Befikre has the correct blend of feelings. It makes a fair endeavor at being contemporary and pertinent to the adolescent and their ideas of sentiment. Be that as it may, the film simply does not get any enthusiastic profundity at all. The lead match’s sentiment stays whimsical at all circumstances. It never entirely moves on from the pheromone charge. Despite the fact that the characters discuss a more extreme sentiment cherish, their activities are administered by physical fascination alone.
The exhibitions however by Ranveer Singh and Vani Kapoor are incredible. Vani looks breathtaking, whether it’s her two-piece symbol or her chic Paris design, she gets the verve of her part slam into. She should be a urban French young lady of Indian plummet and there’s no blame in her execution at all. Ranveer Singh plays the Delhi fellow with shades of stand-up humorist and numskull to awesome impact. The performing artists convey their A-diversion to Befikre. They transcend the first written work and spare the film all things considered.
Befikre is a minefield of thoughts. It has a profound craving to be suggestive and entertaining however for all its dynamic aspirations, it recounts a tainted story. Cutting edge individuals battle to leave their prosaic Indian-Punjabi molds and that just thwarts all the good times.