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If you care for some laughs, some YRF nostalgia and are, well, promiscuous with your choice of romcoms, you could take a chance with this one.
It has a deep desire to be erotic and funny but for all its progressive ambitions, it tells a jaded story.
Watch this film if you are fan of syrupy romances or Ranveer Singh's groupie. Otherwise, jump into this at your own risk.
Chopra, the maker of one of Bollywood's most enduring love stories, wanted to move with the times, but he didn't quite get a hold of the Dharam-Shyra generation as he did the Raj-Simran generation.
I'm thrilled to report that with Befikre, Aditya Chopra reinvents himself. And in doing so, he gives Bollywood romance a buoyancy and exhilaration.
There is hardly anything more to the movie other than the lip-locks and some funny moments.
Befikre begins on a promising note and slowly turns into a film that's been made and released several times before.
When the comedy works, it's because Ranveer Singh knows how to work it. His goofy charm and display or sculpted physique are the two consistent aspects of Bekifre.
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