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Film: Ae Dil Hai Mushkil
Director: Karan Johar
Starring: Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Fawad Khan and Shah Rukh Khan inside a guest appearance
WHAT'S IT ABOUT:
As relationships acquire more complicated in person, trust filmmakers to provide those complexities on celluloid too. Karan Johar's latest film poses several questions in the definition of love. Ayan (Ranbir Kapoor) and Alizeh (Anushka Sharma) meet at the bar. After a failed attempt for making out, they spend time, drink, laugh, talk and be friends. Soon enough, he falls deeply in love with her but she is excited about another. They separate when Alizeh marries her love of his life. Meanwhile, Ayan attemptedto move on using the sexy Saba (Aishwarya Rai Bachchan) but which doesn't work out either. Fate brings him back with Alizeh but nothing much has evolved. She still doesn't want a romance and hubby still hasn't quit. But now, there exists a tragic lining that hangs over their friendship. How Ayan and Alizeh manage it as well as their relationship forms other story.
There's always a new challenge to expect from every Karan Johar film. This time, he questions the definition of love. There is also the focus on one-sided love and also to Johar's credit, he handles it with maturity. He captures the friendship between Ayan and Alizeh brilliantly - without letting Ayan's attraction to be with her spoil the bond. The moments are really the and the setting (London, Vienna and Paris) is packed with romance. The winter look boosts the beauty of the film. ADHM is conversational, intimate, complex and fierce with regards to its approach towards love. Ranbir Kapoor is really a delight on-screen, it doesn't matter what he does. From dancing to Jeetendra's songs to doing Sunny Leone's steps from 'Babydoll', he's magic on-screen. When he cries in 'Channa Mereya', you cry with him. But ADHM is owned by Anushka Sharma who delivers her most nuanced performance. As Alizeh, her sincerity is really severe that they steals every frame she's a part of. This performance clearly establishes her since the finest actor of her generation. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan looks stunning and is particularly excellent despite devoid of much to accomplish. Lisa Haydon is completely adorable as bimbette, leading you to wonder why and we don't see really her.
Karan Johar always tells beautiful love stories and presents his actors wonderfully. But no actor as part of his film has ever risen across the script, or been unhappy by it. When you exit the theatre after watching a KJo film, you recall the songs, the scenes and moments that produce you laugh and cry. In ADHM, you depart the theatre carrying just Ranbir's heartache and Anushka's performance. This film could be Karan Johar's tribute to Imtiaz Ali (having a nod to Farah Khan courtesy each of the 'I-love-Bollywood' moments). The first half is just like Tamasha plus the second half, Rockstar. Unfortunately both those films also starred Ranbir Kapoor, so there exists a sense of deja vu. It's all adequately to make fun of Hindi films from your 80s, even so you can't have your protagonists dancing to synchronized steps with foreign background dancers in the disco in London. Sadly, the continuity jerks are additionally far too many. When Alizeh would like to take the heartbroken Ayan home, she asks him for his address and she takes him to her house when he could be too drunk to share with her. But she's been in the house before. Also, when she's leaving Paris for London, she's shown desperately attempting to pack things right into a red bag. But she leaves the accommodation with just a backpack. Alizeh play-acting the dramatic Hindi TV serial heroine is straight from Tees Maar Khan. Ranbir Kapoor's filmi dance moves in another song is going to take you right into a flash from Bachna Ae Haseeno. KJo's films are usually KJo's films. This one seems heavily borrowed, diluting the complete impact. The biggest letdown is the fact despite every one of the focus on relationships, the film lacks the ability to choke you with emotion. The only one that comes close happens when Ayan and Alizeh waltz on Lag Jaa Galey which too due to the inherent emotional worth of the classic song.