Genre: Drama, Romance
Duration: 127 minutes
India Release Date: 10-JUN-2016
Pick-D-Flick Rating: 2 on 5 (Bad But Not Terrible)
Centered on ex-mixed martial arts artist Sooraj (Randeep Hooda) and sculptor artist Jenny (Kajal Aggarwal). Their fate intertwines when their past are revealed in their blooming relationship.
Overall Review: Adapted from korean film “Always”, Do Lafzon Ki Kahani fails to deliver as Romantic Action Entertainment. Deepak Tijori (Director) & Girish Dhamija (Script Writer) has made few changes from the original adaptation to suit the tastes of the local audience. However script is highly predictable and it fails to hold your attention. Film drags and takes the entire first half to build characters and love story. The climax of the film seems extremely stretched. Both Randeep and Kajal are decent and share a good chemistry. The only song really hummable is Jeena Sikha Diya track. Do Lafzon Ki Kahani could have been better than decent love story, if the director hadn’t made the proceedings as bland and boring as he can.
Performance & Technical Review: Randeep Hooda as Sooraj has delivered sterling performance. He looks disinterested and struggles through his part for few scenes. Randeep however needs to be applauded for all the work that he seems to have put in for the fight sequences in the film. Kajal Aggarwal has got author-backed role and has done justice to it. Editing by Ballu Saluja does nothing to save the fate of the film. Cinematography by Mohana Krishna is an average affair. Action scenes are brillintly shot.
PDF Verdict: Movie tag line “Love never hurts…Love Heals” should be included as Statutory Warning and change to: “This Movie will Hurt and You will never get healed”. Do Lafzon Ki Kahani fails to impress despite all the hard work, eventually turning out to be a old wine in a new bottle. Deepak Tijori fails completely as a director here.
Ratings: 2 on 5
Performance: 2.5 on 5
Script: 1.5 on 5
Music / Background Score: 2.5 on 5