De De Pyaar De Highlights & Review

Info and Summary..

De De Pyaar De is a Bollywood action-drama, helmed by Akiv Ali. The movie stars Ajay Devgn, Tabu and Rakul Preet Singh in the lead roles. The film revolves around a 50-year-old man who falls for a girl half his age and the hilarious incidents surrounding it. The movie is produced by Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Luv Ranjan and Ankur Garg under the banner Luv Films and T-Series Pvt.Ltd. and is distributed by AA Films and Yash Raj Films Pvt.Ltd.

Set in UK, Ashish (Ajay Devgn) and Aisha (Rakul Preet Singh) meet in a bizarre situation where the lady walks in at his friend’s bachelor’s party pretending to be a stripper. Sparks flow between Ashish and Aisha despite the age disparity. A few flirty meetings down and the duo decide to give their relationship a serious try. Before tying the knot, Ashish suggests that Aisha meet his estranged wife Manju (Tabu) and his two kids. However once they land in Manali, one hilarious situation leads to another and Ashish is forced to pass off Aisha as his secretary. The rest of the plot revolves around how Ashish and Aisha tries to get off this mess with Manju bringing in a twist in their love story.

Casting and Crew…

• Banner-Luv Ranjan

• Status

• Released

• Release Date

• 17 May, 2019

• Genre

• Comedy

• Romance

• Urban Rom Com

• Producer

• Luv Ranjan

• Ankur Garg

• Bhushan Kumaar

• Krishan Kumaar

• Star Cast

• Ajay Devgan:Ashish

• Rakul Preet Singh :Aisha

• Tabu: Manju

• Jaaved Jaaferi :Sameer

• Alok Nath: Dada

• Jimmy Sheirgill :V.K

• Sunny Singh: Aakash

• Madhumalti Kapoor : Dadi

• Kumud Mishra : Atul

• Inaayat:Ishita

• Bhavin Bhanushali : Ishaan

• Rajveer Singh: Rishi

• Writer

• Tarun Jain

• Luv Ranjan

• Background Music

• Hitesh Sonik

• Choreographers

• Bosco Martis

• Carsar Gonsalves

• Costume Designer

• Niharika Khan

• Aki Narula

• Publicity PRO

• Universal Communications

• Parag Desai

• Censor Details:

• Censor Dates

• 2019/05/07

• Censor Certificate No

• DIL/2/201/2019

• Runtime

• 2h 14min

• Certification

• U/A

• Reels

• Not Available.

• Length in metres

• Not Available.

• Presenter

• Gulshan Kumar

• Music Director

• Amaal Malik

• Rochak Kohli

• Tanishk Bagchi

• Vipin Patwa

• Manj Musik

• Atul Sharma

• Garry Sandhu

• Language

• Hindi

• Director

• Akiv Ali

• Lyricst

• Kunaal Vermaa

• Mellowd

• Shamsher Sandhu

• Garry Sandhu

• Tanishk Bagchi

• Cinematographer

• Sudhir K Chaudhary

• Screenplay

• Luv Ranjan

• Tarun Jain

• Surabhi Bhattnagar

• Publicity Design

• Brain On Rent

• Shooting Location(City & Country)

• London

• Kullu Manali

• Sound

• Sohel Sanwari

• Music Company

• T-Series

• Production Designer

• Shashank Terr

• Casting Director

• Vicky Sidana

• Playback Singers

• Sunishi Chauhan

• Navraj Hans

• Arijit Singh

• Garry Sandhu

• Neha Kakkar

• Mellowd

• Mika Singh

• Dhvani Bhanushali

Story..

Ashish Mehra is a 50 year-old non resident indian businessman settled in London. He meets Ayesha Khurana, a 26 year-old who performs as stripper at his friend’s bachelorette. They start dating and begin a serious relationship, living together. Ashish’s friend and psychologist Sameer Khanna is skeptical about Ayesha at first but is convinced. Ashish informs her that he is separated from his wife Manju Rao and his children live in India. Their relationship suffers a setback when Ashish reveals that he is too old to have children, but they reconcile and he decides to introduce Ayesha to his family.

Ashish takes Ayesha to his parents’ residence in Manali to gain their approval for marriage. There, he sees that his family, composed of his ex-wife Manju, daughter Ishita, and son Ishaan, now live with his father Veerendra and mother Suman. Ishita is irritated by his arrival as she believes that he will ruin her family’s meeting with Atul, her to-be-father-in-law. A startled Ashish introduces Ayesha as his secretary, much to the latter’s chagrin. There is more chaos and confusion that is covered with lies, and Ashish is introduced as Manju’s brother to Ishita’s future in-laws.

Ayesha and Manju fail to get along well. Ishita is angered when she sees Ashish and Ayesha together and shouts at him. Ashish reveals to the family that he had brought Ayesha to gain their approval and Ishita also reveals to Atul that Ashish is her father. Ishita’s marriage is called off and Ashish is blamed for it, but Manju defends him. That night, Ashish and Manju sleep together after Manju breaks down and Ashish consoles her. The next morning, when this is revealed to Ayesha, she feels cheated and further learns that the couple haven’t even divorced. She returns to London. Meanwhile, Ashish convinces Ishita’s future father-in-law for the marriage and he agrees.

Manju travels to London and convinces Ayesha to give Ashish another chance, telling her that the divorce papers are ready. Ayesha reconciles with Ashish. In a mid-credits scene, Ayesha and Ashish argue on whether they should meet Ayesha’s family.

Releasing and Box Office Collection..

De De Pyaar De was first scheduled to release on 26 April 2019; after the release of Avengers: Endgame (2019) in India was also revealed to be on the same day, the release was preponed to 15 March 2019 Later on, to avoid competition from Total Dhamaal, another film starring Devgn which was to release on 22 February 2019, the film was indefinitely postponed, and the release was later revealed to be on 17 May 2019.The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) certified the film with a runtime of 135 minutes.It opened for paid previews on 16 May, one day prior to its theatrical release.It has grossed ₹138.51 crore worldwide, with gross of ₹123.38 crore in India and ₹15.13 crore overseas. As of August 2019, it is the ninth highest-grossing Bollywood film of 2019.

De De Pyar De Movie Review:

De De Pyaar De review: Ajay Devgn, Rakul Preet, Tabu’s rom-com is fresh, spicy and hilarious in the first half.

De De Pyaar De review: Ajay Devgn – Rakul Preet Singh’s hot chemistry and the hilarious punches will keep you hooked in the first half

Ajay Devgn and Rakul Preet in a still from De De Pyaar De

Ajay Devgn, Rakul Preet, Tabu’s De De Pyaar De has finally hit the screens today (May 16, paid previews). The romantic-comedy written by Luv Ranjan and Tarun Jain has generated a lot of interest already. We got a chance to see the very first show of Akiv Ali’s directorial. And we have to say the movie seems really fun and interesting. Our reviewer, Aakanksha Naval-Shetye is seeing the movie and the first half seems easy-breezy.

Talking about De De Pyaar De, Aakanksha tells us, “The film’s trailer gave us a fair idea of what the film is about. It promises to be a laugh riot and the good news is that so far the film is turning out to be a full on entertainer that’ll keep you glued in. Ayesha (Rakul) is a fun-loving 26-year-old who meets a 50-year-old divorcee, Ashish (Ajay). And inspite of their 24 year age difference, the chemistry between the two is undeniable and the two hit it off instantly. Much of the humour centres around the age of the much older Ajay, but they’ll surely have you in splits.”

Adding further, Aakanksha says, “Ajay’s track especially with Jaaved Jaaferi, who plays his best friend and also psychologist, is hilarious. His track with Ayesha’s ex-boyfriend, played by Sunny Singh, is also too funny to miss. The film takes on many issues that would crop up in a relationship with that kind of an age difference. But punches it with laughter as well as romance. The emotional graph in De De Pyaar De is also well chalked out. While the more matured Ajay has a certain way of looking at life, Rakul is a stark contrast by sheer life experience. But the real fun begins when Ajay decides to take Rakul to meet his ex-wife Manju (Tabu) and his two kids – Ishika and Ishaan.”

Reviewing the performance of the stars in De De Pyaar De, Aakanksha shares some interesting points. She reveals, “Performance-wise Ajay and Rakul are amazing, easy and effortless. Their chemistry shines through and seems natural. Jaaved and Sunny make their characters memorable in their brief roles and are fun on screen. So far the film has been engaging on all counts including the music.”

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