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Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas Movie Review | Film review disappoints with weak story – Bollywood News in Hindi

In the year 1983, Dharmendra launched his son Sunny Deol in Bollywood with the film Betaab. And now after 36 years, Sunny Deol is launching his son Karan Deol in Bollywood with his directorial venture, Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas. In this film, Sunny Deol has shot places in the Himalayas that have never been seen before. Will Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas, releasing in theaters this week, manage to captivate the audience, or will it fail in its endeavor, let’s review.

Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas is a love story between the beauty of the Himalayas and the ugly politics of Delhi. Karan Sehgal (Karan Deol) lives in Manali and is the owner of the very popular Camp Ujhi Dhar. He lost his parents in an avalanche when he was 10 years old. Delhi-based blogger Saher Sethi (Sahar Bamba), who has just broken up with her boyfriend Vinny (Akash Ahuja), comes here as an excuse to escape her relatives. The cost of coming here is borne by his company, for which Saher does blogging. She moves to Manali from Delhi to review the service of Karan’s company on the pretext of assignment in front of the family. Here she meets Karan, after which the story moves forward. What happens next, it will be known after watching the film.

The story of Jaswinder Singh Bath and Ravi Shankar is quite simple and old. It is shocking that such a story has been approved in today’s era and generation. Jaswinder Singh Bath and Ravi Shankaran’s screenplay is also poor, especially in the second half. The first half is also nothing special. The dialogues of Jaswinder Singh Bath and Ravi Shankar are also nothing memorable.

Sunny Deol’s direction is simple and decent. He executes the mountaineering scenes very well in the first half. Also, he does justice to the visuals and locals he shoots. Because the story of the film is weak and old, so even his direction does not save the film. He tries to enhance the appeal of the film with action.

Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas, begins with a bad start, showing Karan’s childhood and his present life. The entry scene of Sahar is also beyond comprehension. The best scene of the film comes when Sahar faints and Karan carries her on his back. Rest of the scenes are fine and the location and trekking factor keeps the interest alive in the film. The start of the second half is very good. But as soon as it starts, the film falls apart again. Because now there is no story. And whatever story is shown seems very old and routine. The film is completely predictable. The final scene also seems quite simple and incomprehensible.

Karan Deol tries his best but fails. He looks very raw. He needs guidance to become a good actor. In the action sequences, he tries to roar like his father who can woo the front benchers. Sahher Bamba plays her part well and has a stellar screen presence. Akash Ahuja is fine as the villain. Kamini Khanna (Sahar’s grandmother) is lovely and brings a laugh in a funny scene. Meghna Malik leaves a huge impression. Akash Dhar, Simone Singh (Saher’s mother), Sachin Khedekar (Saher’s father), Nupur Nagpal (Natasha), Vijayant Kohli (Kapil Gupta) and Kallroi Taziata (Karan’s mother) are decent.

The music is fine but some songs are well shot. ‘Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas’ comes at a crucial juncture. ‘Ho Ja Awara’ is the better of all. Because of Karan’s acting, ‘Ada Bhi More’ fails to work. The background score of Raju Singh and Rishi Rich is quite exhilarating.

Himanshi Dhameja and Ragul Dharaman’s cinematography is superb. The locations of Himachal Pradesh have been shot beautifully. The entire team deserves credit for shooting the film in locations never seen before on celluloid. Rasool Pakutty’s sound design adds to the impact in the film. Amardeep Behl and Tina Dharamsey’s production design is eye-catching. The costumes of Niharika Khan and Vishakha Kunwarwar are very glamorous, especially those worn by Sahar Bamba. Vikram Dahiya’s action is good. The VFX of Prime Focus is decent and could have been better in the Snow Leopard sequence. Devendra Murdeshwar’s editing could have been slow, given that the film is too long at 153 minutes.

All in all, Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas has an old story that largely survives due to some Pahadi scenes and Sunny Deol’s direction. As a result, the film will have to struggle a lot at the box office.



Bollywood Hungama

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