Cast: Ranveer Singh and Vaani Kapoor
Director: Aditya Chopra
Producer: Aditya Chopra
Banner: Yash Raj Films
Dharam (Ranveer Singh) enjoys his trip in Paris and he happens to meet Shyra (Vaasni Kapoor), the relationship leads to more intimate one. But, they cannot live it up and part ways with in short span of time. After meeting once again, they decide to be just friends. Meanwhile, Shyra meet Anay, an investment banker. He falls in love with her soon and decides to marry. On the other hand, Dharam too is involved with someone. As both find their soul mates, what is left to see on the big screen? You must watch a movie.
Ranveer Singh lived in his character and audiences enjoy his role. Especially, the way he maintains chemistry with Vaani is fabulous.
Vaani is okay but not up to the mark. She could not do her best except erotic romance on screen.
Befikre trailers have created enough stir among film buffs. In fact, more than kisses, it has much more in the store to amuse moviegoers.
The movie is made with modern lifestyle of people and how individuals are today related to relationships is the main theme. Dharma character applies to only multiplex audiences while Shrya is seen much related to Dharma.
The filmmaker tries to convey the fragile relationship of modern day era and somehow, he makes to bring back the romance of YRF in the second half. A few scenes are really interesting and intriguing. However, the main theme is seen and heard many times for generations in Bollywood.
Aditya Chopra is known for making over the top romantic films and Befikre is said to be one such film from him. The first half looks like Hollywood inspiration while second half routine YRF movie. Production values are superb especially; the first half is set up in Paris. The cinematography is amazing and praiseworthy. Music is decent and foot tapping. Edition is neat.
Youth would enjoy Befikre than other age groups