Love Aaj Kal, as the title suggests was a very creative comparison between Love of Yesterdays and Love as of Today. Imtiaz Ali has written an intelligent script, even though it is not on par with his earlier venture Jab We Met. But still it was entertaining.
The film starts in the present time in London where Hook-Up and Break-Up happen in the blink of an eye. Saif and Deepika meet each other, fell in love and later decide to split up because of certain reasons. They decide to break up in style and throw a Break-Up Party.
This is when Rishi Kapoor steps in to share his love experience of the past and the two stories starts to move in parallel to each other until both have an happy ending, but with the twist based on the mind set of the two generations. The editing was quite interesting and the scenes were placed in the right place for the correct length. Brazilian beauty Giselle Monteiro has played her part as Harleen to perfection. Here expressions and attitude were exactly as a typical punjabi girl.
All the songs of the movie are already topping in the charts and it was quite a treat to watch them on the big screen. The film nicely portrays the perspective in which people started treating love in the recent times. Well, there is nothing outstanding in the story, but the way it was taken will not bore you at all. The dialogues were good and the camera work was outstanding.
Overall, Love Aaj Kal is capable of changing the angle of today’s love. A good choice for the viewers who want to have a colorful and youthful time.
Plus: Interesting storyline, intelligent editing and cinematography
Minus: Even though it was good, I felt as if some element was missing in the story.
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