Fadduz media presents the Befikre movie review given by top Indian Hindi film critics like Rajeev Masand, Taran Adarsh, Komal Nahata, Raja Sen, Kamal R Khan, Anupama Chopra.
Score:100 % Positive
Ratings:3.5/5 Review by Aseem Chabbra on Rediff
Aditya Chopra’s fourth feature as a director — Befikre is a hot and sexy film. Despite its thin plot , the film holds its attention with the good looking stars, their energy, songs, dances and many lovely day and night scenes in Paris. Chopra’s film reminds us that a well-shot Bollywood romantic film can be so entertaining even when it does not necessarily offer anything new. There are some messy moments in the film, especially the weird unruly slapstick scene towards the end in a church. And that is when one senses that Chopra is not in full control of the plot. He knows how the film will end, but the path to that seems forced and convoluted. Still much of Befikre is loaded with a carefree spirit. It is joyful and it will make you smile.
Review by Bollywood Life Site:Bollywood Life
Like I said before Befikre is unlike any movie Aditya Chopra has directed before, replete with numerous kissing scenes and both Ranveer and Vaani taking their clothes off at any given time. Going by the college crowd around me, the idea does appeal to them, but the more traditionalists among the viewers might turn their noses up. The first half has lighter moments that show off Ranveer Singh’s goofy charm. And you can bet that it is foremost reason why you are able to breeze through the first half. Vaani Kapoor seems to struggle a bit to catch up to Ranveer’s energy, but her French accent and dance moves are bang on.Overall a decent first half with lot of light moments.”
Befikre Movie Story
Befikre is a free spirited, contemporary love story of Dharam and Shyra, who find love in an impulsive, engaging series of experiences. Doused in the spirit of Paris, it celebrates love- sensual, carefree and focused on living life to the fullest.