'Dum Laga Ke Haisha' is an ultimately unconventional love story which has convinient performances and an ultimately strong, inventive script which speaks the language of both: the time it's set in, and the time it has been released.
Directed by Sharat Katariya and starring Ayushmann Khurrana and Bhumi Pednekar, the story which evolves in around a workless person who gets married to an ambitious, over-weight girl is set in the nineties, when Kishore Kumar was... what Arijit Singh is today. The film is constantly, consistently reflective of the 1990s and the filmmaking style of those days.
But the slow-paced, but rhythmic second half of the film is what makes it a promising feature- you get a poignant, heartfelt and natural love stories where violin doesn't have to be tuned. It also turns an unabashedly underdog idea into a full-bodied championship where couples have to participate, pave way to romance in oodles of mud.
Above anything, watch 'Dum Laga Ke Haisha' because in equal parts, its hilarious, brilliant and romantic. It might be one of the top best movies of the year. Everyone involved in the film is going to dazzle. Ideas are truly what makes the film smile unwaveringly through sunshine across the mountains in the setting of Uttarakhand.
The Film Will Make You Travel To 90s But Still It's Style Of Making Is Modern.Sweet Love Story, Good Screenplay And Good Acting.And A Perfect Convincing Ending.Though It Loses Pace In Between But That's Not A Big Issue.
'Dum Laga Ke Haisha' directed by Sharat Katariya, is a little feast for eyes for its cinematography and got heart which is generally missing in now-a-days movies.Its realistic approach make it more charming. Bhumi Padnekar acting for a debutant is very genuine and she definitely needs credit for her acting skills, Ayushman's acting is average. I wish i could give it 7.5.