Lekar Hum Deewana Dil follows a year in the young and passionate lives of Dino and Karishma who go through friendship, disillusionment, shame, conflict and heartbreak until they realize true love.But the question is – will they make the same mistake..again??Wikipedia
Lekar Hum Deewana Dil Reviews
...isn't even a satisfying rom-com about squabbling lovers. The humor is consistently juvenile, the climax so obvious you've guessed it long before it arrives, and the dialogue phoney despite being peppered with modern-day slang. You'll be bored out of your mind.
Was this meant to be a political awakening for two city-bred well-off ignorant-about-real-India young people? It would have been terrific if the plot had known what to make of it. But this is a story which ricochets from one awful point to another, involving the `ladka’ and `ladki’’s parents and extended families, and the `ladka’ and `ladki’ hurling themselves at each other’s throats, before getting back to more tender body parts.
One dialogue from the film sums it up aptly for us: "yaar ye toh epic fail hogaya!" Watch it only if your life depends on it.
In short, LHDD is Love Aaj Kal, Jab photographer Met Rockstar, and set out on a Highway, landing in a Cocktail of sorts. Watch it only if you’ve exhausted all other movie options this week.
Lekar Hum Deewana Dil would have done much better for itself had it tried to find its original voice, instead of pandering to a vague idea of what sells when it comes to love stories.Because who has ever cracked the code for that?
The film has some feel-good moments and the minty breath of young love, though nothing much to chew on.
Debutant director Arif Ali's Lekar Hum Deewana Dil is a sweet film that borrows the elopement theory from evergreen 70s'-80s' romances like Bobby, Love Story and Betaab. It even has shades of Arif's older brother Imtiaz's Jab We Met and Highway. But this has a mint-crisp feel with its .com lingo. The lack of melodrama, for most part of the movie, is also refreshing.
Despite having promising faces as its lead, the film ends up delivering lower than expectations because of a weak script.
Director Arif Ali, the brother of Imtiaz Ali fails to entertain through this stale formula with appalling direction.
...has several wonderful moments and genuine sparks that stay with you. The film should appeal to its target audience -- the youth.
At two hours and twenty minutes, this film is a drag. Plan your own road trip this weekend instead.
As you go through this 140 plus minutes of love saga, which gets increasingly irritating, you stop caring if they are together or not, because going by the storyline, it seemed like they didn’t care either.
Since its protagonists are largely loathsome in their self serving attitude, this is not an easy film to like . But ultimately it is a satisfying blithe and breezy slice-of-life experience with dialogues and scenes that ring true most of the time. The film marks the confident debut of its lead pair and director.Their time starts now.
Lekar Hum Deewana Dil might appeal to the college going audience. It clearly does not have appeal enough to become popular with anyone else. Arif Ali will have to do much more than this to actually be seen as a serious filmmaker, while people will continue to look at him merely as Imtiaz Ali's brother.
One cannot predict how the movie fares at the Box Office, but it is not a movie worth wasting money on as neither the storyline not the characters are entertaining. But watch the movie only if you have no other choice left this weekend.
Lekar Hum Deewana Dil is a film best enjoyed with someone special. You might find yourself relating to more than just a few of the incidents in the film. Though it’s certainly not a film worth writing home about, the film might make for a good one-time watch on a lazy Sunday.
Audience Reviews for Lekar Hum Deewana Dil
LEKAR HUM DEEWANA DIL: Bad...B(l)adder...Bad Ass!
Movies about elopement and getting married is nothing new. They made for a good watch in the 80s and even 90s. And they were big hits too with the leads becoming major heroes and heroines. But today, they seem unbelievable. With values becoming expandable, elopement seems like news from Mars. Well, Lekar Hum Deewana Dil revolves around elopement.
Dinesh 'Dino' Nigam (Armaan Jain) and Karishma Shetty (Deeksha Seth) are college buddies. Their friends make them realise 'they were made for each other.' When Karishma's parents insist on arranged marriage, the duo decides to elope! And the puppy love leads to pagalpan. There is no end to idiotic happenings. So much so, at the fag end of the movie you would happily want to SPANK the hero and heroine. You may shriek also. But save your breath. The movie is over and you are still alive. Thank God and go home. Have a good night's sleep and forget the movie like a bad dream.
POOR: The movie is bad in every single department: acting, story, direction, music, cinematography... So much so, the word 'bad' seems good in comparison. I ended up saluting Michael Jackson's song Bad. I was wondering what could be the reason for making this movie. We already have a perennial dud Abhishek Bachchan. So, now we can start a line-up of dud dud duds...
The only thing successful about this movie is the title. And Nasir Hussain must be turning in his grave seeing how his super hit song has become a title of a banal movie. Yaadon Ki Baraat (1973) after 41 years is still watchable with foot-tapping music. But LHDD hasn't lasted even for 41 hours with miserable collections on day 1. RD Burman beats AR Rahman by miles in music. Deeksha Seth is the saving grace in this bland affair.
Media was tom-toming about 'Raj Kapoor's grandson's debut!' Armaan is the son of Reema (fourth child of Raj K). He is a 'has-been' already. He must take a crash course in acting but even that won't revive his non-starting career. Could he be as well-known as Karishma, Kareena and Ranbir! Only time will tell. No one can write a review of this movie except its director. And no critic can rate this movie with a star rating except a sabziwala.
About the movie: Forget it like a bad dream. Amen.
Lekar Hum Deewana Dil
Lekar Hum Deewana Dil, a film by Arif Ali (Imtiaaz Ali’s brother), turns out to be a juvenile movie. Movies viz. Bobby, Love Story, Betaab, Kayamat se Kayamat Taq, Saathiyan and many more in the yesteryears had the concept of elopement and getting married but were so sensibly handled that these movies turned out to be the blockbusters. Lekar Hum Deewana Dil fails to touch your heart with childish scenes. It has no elements of Romance. Rather, for major parts of the movie, the protagonists are shown to be fighting in a silly manner. Probably the director’s attempt was to show that in love also, one has to be logical and practical. Arif also wanted to discuss whether the love can survive the challenges and the hard-core reality of life. Definitely, the movie could have been another great romantic movie, but somewhere the script, actors, performances …everything falls apart. I just wish, the movie was given a different and treatment so as to make this movie a good one to watch. The movie begins with Rahman’s Khaleefa song as part of wedding celebration of “K” aka Karishma Sethi (debutant Deekhsa Seth). Dino aka Dinesh Nigam (Armaan Jain, another debutant and the latest entry from Kapoor clan) is there in the wedding house to elope with Karishma. Dino helps Karishma to elope with him and he is happy that he could save his good friend from an arranged marriage and Karishma is happy to get the support of Dino to escape from parental pressure of marriage. Both of them figure out, while they are drunk, that they are very good friends and so only perfect for each other. They feel that their match is decided in heaven and they decide to tie knot with each other. Dino and Karishma assumed that they would be able to retain their happiness forever and their lives would be rollercoaster for them, but they were far away from the reality.They had to run from one location to another, Mumbai to Goa to Nagpur to Raipur to save themselves from being caught. Ultimately they land up amongst Maoists in Dantwada. Blame-game begins between the two, when the harsh realities hit them.
What happens thereafter? Do their families accept them back? Do they realize that they are happy together? How do the events unfold? Everything is very much predictable. The dialogues are very very mediocre. There is no warmth in the dialogues. Forced acronyms viz. atah.com (Apni Taqdeer Apne Haath), DMC (Dekho Magar Chuo Mat), Blunder.com (for some unexpected bad situations), AP (Aagyakari Putra) are used which does not seem to be funny at all. Let us not judge Armaan and Deeksha and write them off. Armaan takes efforts to be cool and Deeksha tries to look spontaneous / chirpy. But the plot, dialogues, music, dance moves…nothing has worked in their favour. An item song (rather a cabaret number) in Maoist camp seems so unreal and leaves you disgruntled.
Lekar Hum Deewana Dil is a disappointing story of ‘Glorified Elopement’ followed by separation and reconciliation. It won’t touch your heart