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Do Lafzon Ki Kahani

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22 Reviews
18 Ratings
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Audience Rating

3 Reviews
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Centered on ex-mixed martial arts artist Sooraj (Randeep Hooda) and sculptor Jenny (Kajal Aggarwal). Their fate intertwines when their past is revealed in their blooming relationship.Wikipedia

Do Lafzon Ki Kahani Reviews

Shubhra Gupta
Indian Express


The only point of interest in this Randeep Hooda, Kajal Aggarwal starrer is that it is set in Kuala Lumpur, a city Bollywood doesn’t much get around to.

Sweta Kaushal
Hindustan Times


If you’re not the romantic kind, Randeep’s acting and his ‘ode to Sylvester Stallone’ (his workout sequences) will be a delight then.

Give this film a miss and thank me later.As for Deepak Tijori, I guess he will have to wait a little longer before he tastes success as a filmmaker. 

That actually reflects the state of Do Lafzon Ki Kahani as a whole. It is a cinematic calamity. One question: what is more abominable - the soap opera that the heroine is hooked to or this insipid and lachrymose tale? It is a toss-up. Walk into this storm only if you have the disposition to withstand the ugly gusts.

Renuka Vyavahare
Times Of India


Tijori's film has its moments but it's way too tedious to be called Do Lafzon Ki Kahani.


Do Lafzon Ki Kahani has nothing much to offer apart from Randeep Hooda and the MMA sequences. Watch it if you swear by Hooda.

Do Lafzon Ki Kahani will put you off love stories all together. We wish it was just limited to ‘Do Lafz’ but its never ending run time is difficult to sit through.

...has a weak script coupled with poor direction. At the box office it will fail to impress.


Summing up, Deepak Tijori has got the goodies as far as the music is concerned and let’s hope he delivers with his direction too.


DO LAFZON KI KAHANI has nothing much to say literally. Though the movie is faithful to its believe on love, the presentation lacks novelty. The makers should have understood that love is blind but lovers of good love story are not.

Even in the absence of a terribly sensible script, this could have been tender and a tear-jerking film, if the director Deepak Tijori had a less absurd script and a little more sensitivity at his disposal. Hooda and Aggarwal look great together.

Subhash K Jha


With fresher dialogues, more credible situations and a less clunky attitude to that thing called love Do Lafzon Ki Kahani could have been a far more gratifying ode to romantic yearnings.

Manisha Lakhe


This is a remake of a Korean film Always/ Only You. Also remade a year ago in Kannada as Boxer. And it successfully hammers the last nail in the coffin of groan-inducing schmaltzy romances. She's blind and he's burnt out and they fall in love. She talks so much, it's a miracle they don't announce half-way through the movie that he's gruff and quiet because he's deaf.

Zee News


Overall, ‘Do Lafzon Ki Kahani’ is a sentimental film that will woo any romantic.

Tania Rana


Watch the film if you are a die-hard Randeep Hooda fan! Do Lafzon Ki Kahani’s story is interesting but lacks the correct direction to make a good romance.  

India Glitz


'Do Lafzon Ki Kahani' is actually a tale of two words which has been stretched as a never-ending tale. Though, the initial romance, Randeep's performance, Kajal's presence and few good songs work in the favour of the film.

Audience Reviews for Do Lafzon Ki Kahani

  • Shashwat Sisodia
    Shashwat Sisodia
    300 reviews
    Top Reviewer

    A breezy romantic, if turns unintentionally funny and ridiculous- it's the worst that can happen to it. And it's not about how much layers the character have been pushed in. Kajal Aggarwal and Randeep Hooda are decent, and for the most of the part- are real things. One and a half stars. But all let down by amusingly bad direction and writing especially done by Deepak Tijori, a director, who let's just say it, is a burden on Bollywood. Please Tijori, that was the only chance we give you. No more movies!

    December 13, 19
  • Tejas Nair
    Tejas Nair
    258 reviews
    Top Reviewer

    Deepak Tijori's films have always been turkeys. And this one is no different, only that it's a romantic tearjerker of a drama.

    Sooraj (Hooda) is a talented boxer with a horrid past and blank future. Some wrong decisions in his professional life had forced him to take a path of crime, which eventually landed him behind bars. Now out of prison, he breaks back day and night to earn money so that he can apparently settle some debts. This point in film is the first and last you will hear about any debt. Out of blue, he meets Jenny (Aggarwal), a blind young woman who has no television in her house. Meets turn into rendezvouses and before soon Jenny, instead of freindzoning him, accepts Sooraj as her beau. Sooraj, who is taciturn in his romance and gloomy in his demeanour, pledges his life in her service. But, Tijori wants them to go through some hurdles, so they do, before ending their two-word story with happiness.

    Essentially, the story is badly written, and that is all that works against the film. The plot is like the characters literally following a pre-written story instead of guiding it. Many sequences in the film confirm this failure in writing. How else would you describe a screenplay where a character takes a life decision in the middle of a water park ride?

    Hooda is great. I personally like him as an actor. But, he is clearly ill- cast here. It may be for his bod chops, but Hooda cannot romance properly. Neither can Aggarwal receive a romance, even if it's a badly rendered one. Her portrayal of a blind person is similar to that of a retard, no offence. The small girl that you often see in the anti-smoking ad (before a film in Indian cinemas) where just before she hugs her smoker father is reminiscent of Aggarwal's role. All she does is call her co-actor "buddhu" (which means "dumbo" in English) several times throughout the film. Counter: at least 7.

    That's it. The story gathers emotional moss towards the end which may appeal to some so-called romantics. But, if you are seriously looking forward for a romance drama which will touch your heart, this is not the film you should watch.

    BOTTOM LINE: Deepak Tijori's Do Lafzon Ki Kahani is a badly written rendition of the clichéd romance saga where a man pledges his life for his lover, without any touch of realism. Wait for TV premiere and make love during commercials if you possibly can.

    Can be watched with a typical Indian family? YES

    June 11, 16
  • Sandeep kumar
    Sandeep kumar
    1 review

    what u want from a actor.. what a performance randeep hooda you rock.. kajal aggrwal done his part well.. nice movie.. best romantic and emotional movie i have ever seen... go and watch if u want to see performer randeep hooda and buetiful kajal aggrwal.. deepak sir for u kuchh to rhm kr lete star cast pe..

    June 10, 16