Dil Dhadakne Do trailers (updated)

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95 Responses to “Dil Dhadakne Do trailers (updated)”

  1. The video isn’t available…

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    • Saw it on youtube, man, this trailer has a serious Woody Allen hangover (I mean the late Woody Allen, he who makes farces set in Europe)…except, unlike Woody, the makers of this film don’t seem to realize they’ve made a farce…

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      • Ha! Line of the day!

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      • Lol!!

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      • tonymontana Says:

        late Woody Allen??

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        • Ha ha, I meant films from the later phase of his career!

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          • Im going to give the Akhtars a little credit here. I’m pretty sure they’re trying to skewer the ‘what will people think?’ vapidity of the industrialist class. This film looks a lot snarkier and more self aware than ZNMD, which really seemed to think that it was wrestling with some great metaphysical dilemmas. I’m (trepidatiously) looking forward to this one.

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          • To be fair one shouldn’t club the two together. DCH is still infinitely superior to anything Zoya Akhtar has made. Even Lakshya I think was far superior to her work, even if it had a conformist second half. But even in other formal ways Farhan is far superior. Unfortunately he stunted his career with the Don films and looks like he just wants to be an actor now.

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          • Hmm… Zoya hasn’t created anything remotely as iconic as DCH, but she did write Talaash and direct LBC, both of which I loved. Even ZNMD, for all the vapidity of it’s scripting, was a masterfully directed film. And on the flip side, I think Farhan’s Dons are more dire than anything she has made.

            I don’t think Farhan is too serious about his acting career; he only seems interested in indulging his every fantasy to be ‘cool’, whether that is by making desi bond films or playing hipster characters or singing rock songs (not that there is anything wrong with this; it just means he’ll probably never realise his full creative potential as a director).

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      • “I don’t think Farhan is too serious about his acting career; he only seems interested in indulging his every fantasy to be ‘cool’, whether that is by making desi bond films or playing hipster characters or singing rock songs (not that there is anything wrong with this; it just means he’ll probably never realise his full creative potential as a director).”-

        I agree with the last bit of your comment, but I do think Farhan is quit serious about his acting career. If acting was just about some sort of wish fulfilment for him, he wouldn’t have done something like Milkha (which really worked for him both commercially and critically). He is also doing Wazir, not the most cool/multiplex-oriented film in town..I suspect it will have a strong political.

        And while I didn’t like his Don films, his craft was visible even there especially in some of the earlier sequences of the first film…I really liked the Don’s lair for instance.

        BTW I don’t think something like Rock On can be dismissed offhand. I actually think it’s a better film than ZNMD or atleast far less pretentious…there was a genuine angst in that film.

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        • I’m not saying he is incapable of good acting, but I think the desire for him is to try out as many different careers as possible rather than focus on becoming the best in one career path, which is a perfectly acceptable ambition to have IMO. As for BMB, it might not be as multiplex oriented as ZNMD/ DCH but it was still a far more airbrushed biopic than say, Paan Singh Tomar. Again, nothing particularly wrong with this, but I think superstar athlete is as much fantasy fulfilment as any of his other characters.

          I do think that Zoya’s directorial chops in ZNMD were far superior to those on display in Rock On! or Don, even if her scripting was utterly vapid. There were some really artful and visually evocative sequences in that film. And she was involved in writing Talaash so she can’t be as blissfully insular as ZNMD makes her seem.

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          • “As for BMB, it might not be as multiplex oriented as ZNMD/ DCH but it was still a far more airbrushed biopic than say, Paan Singh Tomar”-

            I agree that this wasn’t like Paan Singh Tomar at all (I hardly even liked Milkha), but it was a genuine film . But Farhan’s persona hardly makes him “legible” for a Dhulia film. I hardly think he is some fine acting talent, but I like his choices of films. I mean even within those multiplex films, he has gone for some sort of sensible projects (compare his films with someone like Imran Khan). Let’s have a look at his filmography as an actor- LBC, Rock On, Kartik Calling Kartik, ZNMD, Shaadi Ke SIde Effects, BMB. And now he has Wazir and DDD. Is there anything special he has done? No. But all them are fairly decent, enjoyable films (atleast at a basic narrative level). In other words his films don’t insult my intelligence and sensibilities. And I can’t say the same about most of the other peers of his. And I think Wazir makes it clear that he is not just into the DDD kinda deal (even if, from the teaser, he doesn’t seem to be the best fit for that part).

            I completely agree with your last para. That being said, while ZNMD might be a better “directed” film than Rock On, I still Rock On is the more genuine film. Just like it far more. LBC of course is better than most of Farhan’s films including Rock On. On your last line, I think you are right…I recall watching Zoya’s interview for The Big Indian Picture website where she mentioned that Salaam Bombay was the film which made her think about cinema in a serious sense.

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          • “I think superstar athlete is as much fantasy fulfilment as any of his other characters. “-

            This is true to an extent. However what makes BMB (and Milkha himself) different from just another sports film is the entire Partition (and the horrors of it) angle.

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          • I can’t disagree with your assessment of Farhan as an actor. I actually enjoy his performances; he has impish charisma, great comic timing and just happens to be a very attractive man. What I meant was that I don’t think he’s ever going to be a truly noteworthy director (or actor) because I don’t think he is pursuing any one path with single-minded seriousness.

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          • On Zoya Akhtar (“the director”) I will say that she is a poorer version of Anjali Menon (“the director”). What I really liked about Anjali Menon though that she shows in Ustad Hotel (which she scripted) that her world-view is not limited to the Bangalore Days universe- there is a scene in that film where a man is shown eating faeces in order to fight hunger…she didn’t need to write that scene especially in a film catering a young Malayali demographic (and which had a young star, it was Dulquer’s second film), but she did. And that scene has stayed with me.

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          • personally I think and without this reflecting on anyone here that in a sense it’s a sign of Bollywood’s impoverishment that we even have to discuss Zoya Akhtar to any degree. The idea that one has to argue ‘against’ her films (at least ZNMD and the current one) ought not to be even necessary! And then when you couple it with the fact that a case for Dil Se still has to be made not to mention other Ratnam films or the idea that Imtiaz Ali is some kind of auteur it’s further evidence of everything that is deeply problematic about Bollywood. This industry has been ‘over’ for quite sometime now. What we have is mostly designer cinema that gets celebrated by folks or the interesting film (in any sense) on the truly exceptional day. This lack of rootedness in any meaningful sense might make it a perfect fit for ‘globalization’ but that’s a different debate. So again I’ll say this as bluntly as possible. From my perspective 99% of Bollywood in any given year can safely be ignored!

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          • IMO Anjali Menon and Zoya Akhtar are completely different film makers, with the only commonality being that they make films with a contemporary sensibility. And they operate in very different industries as well, so you can’t really compare them. Anjali is probably one of my favourite Indian filmmakers today (not necessarily one of the best, but one of those whose films I find most enjoyable).

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          • Satyam- I love Dil Se. It’s one of the most viscerally beautiful films I’ve seen and obviously not comparable to any of the works being discussed here. I don’t think anybody is under the delusion that ZNMD, DDD or Rock On! are canonical or even important films. But even amongst the lighter cinematic trifles there are varying degrees of good and bad, right?

            I do agree with your larger point though. Even within popular Hollywood entertainment, there are plenty of films (especially of the sci-fi and superhero persuasion) that manage to connect with, and reflect upon, the larger American socio-political fabric in a way that renders them more substantial than any multiplex film could hope to be.

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          • I do like Rock On. It’s definitely among the better films within that larger genre. To be honest I didn’t mind ZNMD either, purely as a watch. It’s just the exaggerated response this sort of film gets that’s annoying. Incidentally I wasn’t thinking of you with that Dil Se remark or anyone else necessarily. It’s just the larger culture in Bombay that frames things a certain way.

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          • I get your “working in different industry” point (though I think the new-age Malayali films could be compared to the contemporary multiplex cinema of Bollywood; the former is also better in certain regards), but I do think ZNMD and Bangalore Days can be compared. And while it’s not a Zoya Akhtar film, I think something like Wake Up Sid can be compared to Ustad Hotel, (I (I am using this example because for me Ayan Mukherjee and Zoya Akhtar pretty much belong to the same club). Also while the “different industries” point hold, don’t you think that it also gives a free pass to poorer filmmakers and poorer films. For example, just because 99% Tamil directors doesn’t know how to even make a passable romantic film, should we start celebrating one half-decent (or even good) rom-com from that industry as some sort of achievement in filmmaking. If there is a genuine effort at some level, then it’s fine to give them some leeway. not otherwise IMO.

            Incidentally not sure if you have seen it, but think this is a film you will like a lot, I really, really enjoyed it (the trailer is with subs BTW)-

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          • I agree that ZNMD received a lot of unwarranted praise, but then again insincere hyperbole is practically the Lingua Franca of Bollywood. 😉

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          • Thanks. I think Nazriya Nazim is seriously adorable, so I will have a look at it. On an aside, you were right about OKK- Nithya Menen effortlessly stole the show from Dulquer.

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          • Saurabh, do catch Anjali Menon’s directorial debut Manjadikkuru if you haven’t already. It’s far removed from the Bangalore Days universe, and effortlessly captures a slice of childhood- I loved it.

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  2. [edited]

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  3. Worse than the ZNMD trailer in every aspect-especially the Music. And never thought I woulds say that Katrina is better than Priyanka in acting! Only good scene was the last one with Ranveer.

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  4. Ohh…couldn’t wait for the trailer to end, such a boring one. And it has the same pretentious smell of ZNMD.

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  5. Sorry to say guys- Raj, Agyaat, this trailer is superb. It’s better than ZNMD, but that movie turned out to be a surprise hit.
    Here Ranveer Singh is at his best and think he is going to be the X factor. Finally a film for the families has come.
    However I liked Tanu weds Manu 2 even more

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  6. BTW missed Pluto Mehra in the trailer. I thought he was the cutest thing in the poster apart from the luxury cruise.

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  7. AamirsFan Says:

    The last scene made me chuckle a bit…but other than it was just about OK. Pretty strong cast on paper at least…but looks like a lot of potential for overacting.

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  8. Utkal Mohanty Says:

    This looks quite interesting. How and why? First off, it looks like no other film one has seen till now…except maybe ZNMD. I like that kind of auteur signature in films. Two: it is clear the director know3s the people she is showing on screen. Three: It’s great see a family film, with a different kind of family – different from Raj Khosla’s Do Raaste, Sooraj Barjatya’s HAHK or Karan Johar’s K3G. Three: It is very well acted. I am sure the exchanges between Anil and Ranvir is going to be the highlight. And yes, Ranvir is going to reach a new high with this film. ( But yes, I would have preferred Katrina to Priyanka, her understated performance added a lot to ZNMD.) And four: It’s very witty. I have played it 5 times back to back and did not tire of it. So it has passed my ‘ musicality’ test. ( And one more thing: Those who say it is about the super-rich, how would they feel if I said about a film like Nishant or Pithamagan, Oh, it’s a film about the dirt poor! )

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  9. tonymontana Says:

    I kind of liked it. Reminds me of Woody Allen’s satirical films on modern day relationships.

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  10. Bob Cristo Says:

    Lol, rajen1. You are so pridictable always and same is trum about your gang. If u want to make ur film hit in this blog (virtual world)then take AB in it (One of them) If u want to make ur film hit in reat world then don’t take AB in it (none of them)

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    • One wonders why you’re sticking around in this virtual world.. you should go back to the real one.. in this virtual world all sorts of scary things happen.. the other day I noticed that when the Gandhi statue was unveiled in London and David Cameron, Arun Jaitley were present for the event they shared space with Amitabh Bachchan. What no one noticed however was something.. some form of life.. I couldn’t tell what.. snapping at the latter’s heels.. eventually they all moved on. Whatever this thing was it kept snapping for a while. And then expired. This was by no means the end of the species. All part of the circle of life I suppose.

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  11. So this is the trailer everyone has been raving about….meh. Bollywood folks were raving about it as if it’s the next Avatar.

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  12. RajRoshan Says:

    Didn’t liked a bit except Ranveer…looks superficial upper class story at the same time being pretentious as well

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  13. Utkal Mohanty Says:

    Of the many surprises that Margarita, With A Straw has in its folds, none is as big as the virtuoso performance that Koechlin delivers.
    She is absolutely brilliant as Laila – so powerful and convincing that she completely sucks the audience into her complex world.
    The seasoned Revathy and the one-film-old Sayani Gupta, the two women who bear witness to Laila’s struggles to find her footing in life, provide perfect foils to the central performance.
    Do not pass up a sip of Margarita, With A Straw. It could be life-altering. If nothing else, it will soak you with its warmth.

    http://movies.ndtv.com/…/margarita-with-a-straw-movie-revie…

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  14. Good trailer. The movie looks a first big size film for the year. Multiplex only and will work overseas.

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  15. Bob Cristo Says:

    @ One wonders why you’re sticking around in this virtual world..

    Most of the time you remind me about Barkha, Sagrika and Rajdeep. Pseudo Champion of Free Speech and Contrary Views and when someone practice it then abuse him as a troll.

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    • Not really.. you walked into your own trap.. if I live in a country and call it the worst in the world people might wonder why I’m living there at all! Assuming I have some choice about it. Don’t think anyone’s holding a gun to your head in this case! This has nothing to do with ‘democracy’. I of course have the right to keep living in that country and keep calling it the worst in the world. But I wouldn’t be a very intelligent person. Or not very sincere in my complaint. Or both.

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  16. Satyam- On a lighter note, I think you’ve most probably passed your 25th birthday but in case you haven’t, here is the definitive list of Bollywood films to guide you through your impending quarter life crisis. One man’s disposable entertainment is another’s philosophical guide! 😛

    http://www.scoopwhoop.com/entertainment/25-must-watch-bollywood-movies/

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    • Ha! Most of these films should only be seen before one turns 25! Not that one cannot watch children’s movies later but there are far better ones than these..

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  17. Sanjana:

    http://www.koimoi.com/bollywood-popular/priyanka-farhan-in-the-first-look-still-from-dil-dhadakne-dos-title-track/

    Priyanka, Farhan In The First Look Still From Dil Dhadakne Do’s Title Track

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  18. LOL at this song, video, and choice of singers

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    • yeah it’s miserable..

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      • I mean sure, this will be in the end credits but still it doesn’t have to be so ridiculous. I’ve actually warmed up to the Theatrical Trailer now. Also what was worse was the hype they were trying to build for this song on twitter. “3hourstoDDDtitletrack” and etc. Does even a single person care that much about this song/film? I understand fanatics of the Khans/HR/Ranbir/Akshay but for Ranveer Singh and Farhan Akhtar??

        Sooraj Ki Bahon Mein was at the end of ZNMD and was a fine song/video. It in fact continued the story of the movie.
        I think I’m having trouble accepting Ranveer Singh as a “cool” Multiplex hero instead of a buffoon wannabe-but-fail “Mass” hero. Idk what Farhan is doing in this movie. Anil Kapoor’s hair looks atrocious. Ajith down south pulls off the gray hair so well, take notes Anil. Also Anushka’s look and role in this and BV look the same…

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  19. arturo_belano Says:

    Zoya Akhtar is totally trying to rip off Wes Anderson/Sofia Coppolla.

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    • arturo_belano Says:

      To add to the point about this new generation of filmmakers-people who were on the fringes of Bollywood b/w 2006-2009, making small budget films that people liked more than they were worth for their novelty, have now pretty much passed into the mainstream. And now that these people have more money, all they’re doing is ripping off Hollywood. Kashyap, Banerjee, Raghavan, Navdeep Singh, Zoya Akhtar- all of them can be accused of this.

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  20. Here is the new song “Gallan Goodiyaan”..little bit surprised it is not updated here. satyam seems to be little less active.

    [added to post]

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  21. Chorus of the song is catchy. Don’t like the video. But I think I’m already too biased. I can’t stand Ranveer Singh in this or Anil Kapoor’s hair. The first 2 songs of this film seem inferior to the first 2 released songs of ZNMD. Also does Anushka just have a guest appearance in this? She had 2 lines in the trailer, was lip syncing for Priyanka in the first song and isn’t even in this one…

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  22. Whispers in the industry suggest that Hrithik Roshan has played a cameo in Zoya Akhtar’s ‘Dil Dhadakne Do’, which is due for release in June.
    Says a source, “Hrithik shares a great rapport with Zoya and has even admitted that he can never say ‘no’ to her. So, when she approached him for a special appearance in her film, he happily obliged.”

    The actor, who was part of Zoya’s previous projects like ‘Luck By Chance’ (2009) and ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’ (2011), had recently shared Dil Dhadakne Do’s trailer on his microblogging account saying: “Frankly I’m just jealous of every actor that gets to work with her! Zoya’s dil dhadakne do! Have u seen it yet? (sic).”

    The movie is a comedy drama themed around a dysfunctional Punjabi family on a cruise trip.

    A source close to the project confirms the buzz, stating: “Hrithik enters the film at a crucial juncture, and although his role is small, it’s quite effective.”

    Zoya was unavailable for comment.
    – See more at: http://www.mid-day.com/articles/hrithik-roshan-to-make-a-special-appearance-in-dil-dhadakne-do/16178156#sthash.1bzMsqwG.dpuf

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  23. The easy-flowing spontaneity required here is missing. Siimilar songs in HAHK were done so well.. Reema herself did a much better job with the Sajnaji Vari Vari song in Honeymoon Travels

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  24. Were they under house arrest!?? The picturisation is subpar but hoping zoya reaches at least 50% of the ZNMD ‘heights’…

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  25. I like this one. The only song that I like so far. This one works with its spontaneity and the song is nice.

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  26. This latest dialogue promo gives me the confidence that it is going to work all the way.

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  27. I will be very surprised if this does well- it looks like such an inconsistent film. So far we’ve had a wannabe Woody Allenesque trailer, a kitschy Americana title song, a Punjabi family party song and now this 20s-inspired number, none of which are convincingly executed. The only trailer that bear a connection to Zoya’s ZNMD sensibilities is Pehli Baar.

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    • I’d be very surprised if it fails.. I expect it to do hugely well with that target audience.. now you’re right of course with your characterization but as you know a multiplex audience is the last place to seek consistency!

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      • I would agree with Ami
        Or rather I wouldn’t be surprised if this one doesn’t find its target. ZNMD was not a masterpiece but was certainly entertaining. The trailers here don’t give me that vibe. An uska’ character is the only one that offers some hope and to a degree Farhaan’s.

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        • I think the reason ZNMD did so well was because it portrayed a much more authentic version of aspirational European lifestyle than the usual skyscraper vistas and trashy clubbing scenes that dominate Bollywood depictions of the West. The relaxed pace of life in Southern Europe, the warm culture, the festivals, scenery, vintage cars, tasteful resort clothing – it was a persuasive, and cohesive portrayal that sold a very specific type of dream lifestyle.

          On the other hand, this film doesn’t seem to have any semblance of a context and the trailers haphazardly combine very different ideas of glamour from different cultures and eras.

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          • Also, the protagonists in ZNMD inspite of their first world problems connected and story telling even if superficial was sincere.
            Here, it seems like the movie can’t make up its mind if it wants to be a parody a romcom or a social satire. And,Zoya seems to have grown cocky. She seems to think that as long as she has good looking actors in the trappings of a glitzy billionaire life style, multiplexes and Utkaldas are going to lap it up.
            I don’t think so.
            Zoya is not a bad director and there will be some good moments but overall this looks like a misfire. At least from the trailers.

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          • hard to disagree with anything here. This film certainly has less evenness. Also think Ranveer Singh is hopelessly miscast here.

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          • “multiplexes and Utkaldas” line of the day.
            DDD will certainly do better than BV. I think it will recover its cruise-euro vacay trip money and then some.

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        • It was entertaining.. I’ll grant that. personally I felt the Dil Dhadakne Do trailers were worse but thought it was just me! It will open strong though.

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    • Loved the trailer. This movie will rock. Priyanka Chopra and Anushka Sharma are looking so cute dancing together. God bless them both.
      Love female centered films. I hope someone makes a film on this real life story…….http://www.gaystarnews.com/article/india-actress-disha-ganguly-commits-suicide-over-lesbian-relationship230415

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  28. I’m probably the only one who don’t care about the promos for Zoya Akhtar. I’m sure the context will be fine for the situations people are complaining. I know people say ZNMD is superficial but for me its just perfectly believable story, nothing abnormal or superficial about it(in movie terms). Loved Luck By Chance as well. So, I’m very hopeful with this movie. Mostly 1st day or Saturday watch.

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  29. After BV crashed, I lost confidence in big budget films doing well. They may not crash that badly but they will definitely not become super hits. DDD music is very boring. ZNMD had Hrithik but DDD has no big star to pull the audience. They should have taken Deepika.

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    • But Hrithik didn’t really pull the audience in for ZNMD. It’s opening was pretty average-10 crore opening day, 30 weekend. It was about the same opening as Singham a week later.

      This film look so pretentious, I really hope it flops unless the actual film in better than the trailers. I really enjoyed ZNMD and this does not seem like that film.

      The one thing I’m happy about this year is that only good films have worked and bad ones have flopped. There’s been really no exception to this. And this is irrespective of genre, target audience, and star. Of course SRK-Salman haven’t had a release yet so let’s see if they are the usual exception…

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  30. This film will do well precisely because it is NOT like ZNMD. Another ZNMD would have been dfinitely boring. It is good that Zoya is goinf for social comedy instead of angst-ridden coming of age story. This one will do well and Ranveer will rock. He has the best role in the film, the most audience-friendly, the rich son in rebellious mode , and he is going to rock.

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  31. Bob Cristo Says:

    Utkal Sir..Aapke Muh main Ghee-Shakkar. Let hope..Ranveer Rocks.

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  32. Bob Cristo: I had predicted the same for Farhan in Bhag Milkha Bhag…and was right on the money.

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  33. Oh ok..I thought Zoya was only into bi-sexuality..Didn’t know she was into swinging too…

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  34. I don’t understand how someone can say no to a script like this: Ranveer on DDD

    n an interview to Zoom, Ranveer was asked if he had any hiccup before playing on-screen brother to PeeCee, with whom he has shared love interest on-screen earlier. To that Ranveer said, “Main to on hi tha (I was ready), and I was hoping to get a best partner to play my sister, co-actor. As it an important equation, it is the driving force, very very central to the story and to the film. So I was hoping, that we’d get a solid actor, and Priyanka Chopra agreed to do it.”

    About the film Ranveer is very positive and says, “I just don’t understand one thing, how can someone say no to a script like Dil Dhadakne Do. It’s a no brainer. It’s a slam-dunk. It’s a rare script. You don’t get a script like that every day.”

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    • Yes, Ranbir and Kareena would have been perfect. Actually Kareena has that snobbish attitude to play the role Priyanka is playing now. Would have been great role, too bad she walked out. Ranbir has successfully managed to create a competitor in Ranveer by rejecting films left and right.

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  35. I dont think Ranbir would have been able to play the slacker riich brat as well as rannveer is playing him. Kareen could have done as well or better than Priyanka. But real life relatives ina film are alwaysa bore like Rishi-Neetu in Besharam.

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  36. Priyanka: ‘Manav ke liye jo feelings hone chahiye who nahin hai mjh mein’
    Tanvi Azmi: ‘ Lekin problemkya hai?’
    Priyanka: ‘Ek doosre se bahut alag hain hum’.
    Shefali Chhaya : ‘Manav tumhara pati hai, juswa bhai nahin.’
    Priyanka: ‘Hum compatible nahin hain.’
    Anil Kapoor: ‘Kaise compatible nahin ho? Tum dono young ho, successful ho, Punjabi ho, squash khelto ho.’

    ‘Punjabi ho, squash khelto ho”…I love that. Good writing . Like vintage English theatre.

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  37. Actually every dialogue promo is a good example of some sharp writing of conversation. In the lines of Oscar Wilde and Noel Coward.

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  38. though I wasn’t looking for a nap this song made the prospect rather tempting..

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    • I don’t really like Anupama Chopra but I liked in this interview how all the actors acknowledged that this is a “Rich Person” film and how Anil and Ranveer didn’t like being “Multiplex” and wanted to be more single screen.

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    • PC is definitely annoying, trying very hard to be funny and know it all but she is not that great actor to not let viewers to see it through.
      RS is natural and full of humors. AK is as usual struggling with lesser communication skill.

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