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"2 States" is an effort to go beyond formula while also embracing formulaic elements, including some nice song-and-dance sequences. The mix isn't right yet.
Don't skip this if you have a thing for happily-ever-after endings.
2 States doesn't know where to stop. It takes a good idea and stretches it to a point where it becomes tedious and uninteresting.
The smooth, engaging first half descends, post-interval, into mopey melodrama, and I got impatient waiting for the inevitable resolution.
Though there is a sense of deja-vu, for those who have read the book, the movie still manages to charm and surprise.
The best part of the film is the awkward relationship between Krish and his overbearing, abusive, alcoholic father, played superbly by Ronit Roy.
This is a film you can definitely skip.
An autobiographical tale of North Indian author Chetan Bhagat's love story with his Tamilian wife, this film is a bafflingly superficial adaptation.
The next evolution of earnestly old-fashioned family-oriented melodramas, respecting the classic traditions and ideals while infusing them with more contemporary and therefore real world-relevant and relatable sensibilities.
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