Randeep Hooda looks on a streak with back to back appreciable performances lining up in the current year. With Laal Rang and Sarbjit already garnering some positive reviews with regards to his performance, he is back with slightly delayed ‘Do Lafzon Ki Kahani‘ as Suraj, the boxer with a tragic angle. While he does impress with his skills in front of the actor, there is not much other than that in the movie. Here we are with the detailed Do Lafzon Ki Kahani Movie Review.
While we go on with the review, a quick update, last week, we released JUMP, the very first short movie by Swudzy on our YouTube Handle. The movie can be watched on this link, or right under in the embedded player.
Coming back to the review,
About Do Lafzon Ki Kahani
Do Lafzon Ki Kahani is a 2016 romantic drama movie directed by Deepak Tijori and features Randeep Hooda and Kajal Aggarwal in main roles as Suraj and Jenny respectively. Most of the movie is shot in Malaysia.
The story of the movie revolves around the life of Suraj who does 3 shifts of jobs and prefers to stay quiet. He meets a blind girl Jenny and gets attracted to her. They both fall in love and decide to stay together. To take care of both the lives, Suraj decides to re-enter the boxing ring which he left years ago due to a mishap triggered by his decision to lose a fight under emotional manipulation. They both start to live their lives happily until Suraj finds out that the mishap that haunted him, was the same which caused Jenny’s parents to die and made her blind. Deeply engulfed in guilt, he decides to arrange enough money to cure Jenny’s eyes. And for this, he has to indulge in unethical and illegal activities.
Watch The Trailer of the Movie right here.
Story, Screenplay, and Dialogues
The story of this movie is pretty ordinary and has been seen in multiple renditions over the past few years in various media, and multiple short movies on this concept can be seen online. The screenplay of this movie is pretty slow and predictable making it boring for the major part of the movie. The dialogues, however, have an interesting feel to them for some scenes with lighter moments between Kajal and Randeep’s characters, but in the serious scenes, the dialogues often feel repetitive. Overall, the writing is mediocre.
The lead pair of this movie tries to carry the movie on their shoulders the whole time. Randeep Hooda is establishing himself as an actor who can never go wrong with his performance. After Laal Rang and Sarbjit, this is the third shade of his performance in a single year, and with Salman Khan’s Sultan coming next month, this image of his only seems to amplify. Kajal Aggarwal also is seamless in her portrayal of Jenny. She makes the character lively and manages to involve the audience with the character and the movie, despite the mediocre script. However, apart from the lead pair, no other actor seems to leave an impression on the viewers.
The music is not extraordinary on the whole, but tracks like Kuchh Toh Hai and Jeena Marna are melody to the ears. The background music of the movie is too generic and could have been improved a lot. Overall Music is an average,
Deepak Tijori has donned the director’s hat before this venture, but this particular movie is not his best shot at movie making. The undercooked script is the best reason that we say it. Although he manages to take good performances out of his lead cast, the rest of the stuff looks like it is not going the filmmaker’s way. Overall just a decent directorial effort.
The movie is too slow and predictable that you might actually finish the movie in your head before the interval. No big suspense in the movie and no big thrill. The drama is uninteresting and only the romance aspect of the movie looks a little competent. Rest of the movie is easily forgettable.
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Also, Do not forget to watch Swudzy’s first Short Movie ‘JUMP‘ that released on 31st May on our YouTube channel. Watch the movie right here