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    Posted November 12, 2015 by
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    Prem Ratan Dhan Payo (2015) - Review

     
    Prem Ratan Dhan Payo has some highly emotional moments in second half and two nice songs the title track and 'jalte diye' which make this otherwise badly directed movie worth seeing.Plot has often repeated story we have seen in films like Kalicharan or Sachcha Jhutha.Himesh Reshamiya is a big drawback to this film,most of his song much below Rajshri standards.Opulent sets of 'Sheesh Mahal' created by Nitin Chandrakant Desai is not well used or pictured and then destroyed in climax.Salman Khan has done well here,Sonam Kapoor looks good in saris,Anupam Kher delivers a good performance.Deepak Dobriyal ably supports Salman Khan's 'Dilwale' character through out the film and is quite funny. Cinematography by Manikandan is just fabulous.

    Sanjay Mishra is in a short impressive comic role.

    Film is long, show started at 10:00 ended at 13:30, almost 3 hours thirty minutes ,but last one hour is so engrossing you don't feel the length of the movie.

    'Prem Leela' and 'Bachpan kahan' too are better tracks.

    Salman Khan's sister Alvira Khan has designed cotumes for this film.

    Costume designer Ashley Rebello has done a great job here.

    Neil Nitin Mukesh has a short role bits and pieces here and there which make him almost insignificant.The same film could have been much better in a more planned direction and with better music like Ravindra Jain did in 'Vivaah'.Arman Kohli too is in an unimpressive role.

    Aashika Bhatia 'Ginni' from one of the popular television serial, Parwarish! makes her Bollywood debut. She plays Salman Khan's younger sister and her football kicks are scenes to watch out for.

    Swara Bhaskar who came to prominence after playing the roles of Payal, in the 2011 rom-com film Tanu Weds Manu, Bindiya in the 2013 romantic drama Raanjhanaa, and Payal in the 2015 romantic comedy Tanu Weds Manu Returns. All of the films garnered her critical acclaim and first two gained her nominations for Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress. She plays Aashika's elder sister.
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