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Chopra's face could well launch a thousand ships; her lilting close-ups here, as Ayesha's secret emerges, reveal the actress as an unusually sensitive and responsive beauty.
Dil Dhadakne Do is solid, old-fashioned commercial Hindi cinema with a universal story.
Ultimately, its Kabir's insatiable magnetism that keeps this ship afloat, and let's face it, who wouldn't want to be stuck on a boat with Ranveer Singh. All aboard for this one!
The beautiful locales of the Mediterranean, the luxurious liner and Arjun Bhasin's slick styling knotted together with brilliant performances by the star-studded ensemble... will keep the audience onboard this three-hour voyage.
The hurried manner in which Akhtar and co-writer Reema Kagti wrap up all loose ends is what makes the film unravel.
The travails of the poor little rich were more sharply explored in Mira Nair's Monsoon Wedding, which similarly used a captive setting to herd together conflicting emotions and expose uncomfortable family secrets.
Watch it for Kapoor, a consummate actor who's at his best, and the surprisingly versatile Singh, who has finally come into his own.
The real power of Zoya Akhtar's direction can be seen in those subtle moments when the camera rests on the face of a female character as she visibly struggles to contain her seething emotions -- and then fails.
It's the perfect exotic weekend getaway.
A cruise which hilariously combines butter chicken with bruschetta while searching beyond Bollywood's emotional Botox for a family's warts -- and its heart.
It all goes swimmingly to begin with, but soon the smooth sailing is marred by languidness and choppiness.
A lot about DDD reminded me of Honeymoon Travels Private Limited.
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