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Salman Khan may be a huge star, but this outdated comedy doesn't make the best of his abilities.
With its full complement of lavishly produced song-and-dance numbers, its filmi heroes and villains, and a two-hour, 40-minute runtime, "Prem" hews closely to the old-style Bollywood formula.
Despite its flaws, PRDP manages to entertain you. It's long yes, and most of its story is almost too sentimental. But then it works.
Prem Ratan Dhan Payo is a spectacle that rings hollow. This is not the Diwali gift you were waiting for.
If one had to pick on every nitty-gritty detail of the plot and execution of Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, then the movie would fall apart within the first thirty minutes.
It's Salman, effortlessly charming, who saves the day and holds you to the seat.
Salman simply blows the top off the theatres with a double role that makes you laugh, gasp, sigh -- and cry.
Prem Ratan Dhan Payo muddles through its 174 minutes, neither hitting the highs expected from such an expensive and high-profile project nor the lows that plague mid-career filmmakers.
[The film's] trite message is every bit as anachronistic as the feudal titles that the characters hold.
If the plot's familiar, no imagination or expense has been spared in mapping the kingdom it winds through.
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