Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas Movie Review: A one-time watch film which uses the same old Bollywood formulaic romance.
Last Modified On: 20 September 2019 | Reviewed By: Saurabh S Nair
Debutant Karan Deol as long to way to go as per his acting skills terrible and female debutant Sahher Bamba is quite confident.
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Cast: Karan Deol, Sahher Bambba, Akash Ahuja, Sachin Khedekar, Simone Singh
Directed By: Sunny Deol
Bollywood age old boy meets girl formula for a star kid launch vehicle is still continuing in 2019 too and PPDKP is one of the examples.
Karan Deol is that rookie actor who doesn't give a different expression if you are forced to tickle him. He doesn't have any kind of acting traces, charm or machismo like his grandfather Dharmendra or father Sunny Deol. He has to get immense training in acting.
Karan Deol plays the role of Karan Sehgal, who lives in Manali and owns Camp Ujhi Dhaar, which organizes adventure treks. The protagonist had a sad childhood as he lost both his parents to an avalanche. Sahher Bammba, on the other hand, plays Saher Sethi, a sharp and gorgeous video blogger from Delhi. The Delhi girl comes to Camp Ujhi Dhaar with a motive to expose what she thinks is a scam. She is 'on a break' in her relationship with boyfriend Viren Nagar (played by Aakash Ahuja), who is a spoilt brat and son of an influential lawyer and three-time MP Ratna Nagar, played by Meghna Malik.
Saher goes to a trek organized by Karan's company, which charges Rs 5 lakh for a week-long adventure experience. Expensive? Karan has a reason to justify it: a chopper ride. Karan takes Saher on this 'trip' and is dropped off to the starting point of the trek. Like every love story, the boy and girl initially fight over trivial issues to eventually fall head over heels in love with each other. Enter disgruntled ex-boyfriend. And all hell breaks loose.
The film’s second half is high on family drama and heavy-duty action scenes where Karan is shown fighting and beating 10 men at one go. Much like his father, you witness this young lad also show the signature Sunny Deol roar, quite convincingly. But halfway into the second half and the film seems to lose its plot and a much dragged political angle takes over. Thankfully not too long before you start to yawn, Sunny Deol brings back the romance element in full force.
The film’s writing is not something that leaves you awestruck and there are no heavyweight dialogues given to any of the characters. Writers Jasvinder Singh Bath and Ravi Shankaran try to instill moments of laughter but it’s not really working for the plot. The film’s music, however, is a winner. Sachet-Parampara and Tanishk Bagchi have ensured that there are songs for everyone.
Sahher Bamba as a lot of potential and she is extremely confident. She has a charm on her face, she is delight to watch.
Overall, PPDKP doesn't have anything new to offer if you like old 90's kind of romance then you can take a risk.