Ae Dil Hai Mushkil…Delving Into the Emotions of Love, Like & Lust
On the eve of Diwali, one of the biggest Indian festivals releases the most awaited movie- Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. The movie, unlike the expectations is not a fairytale, but a true tale of hearts. If you expected a typical Bollywood movie where the boy meets the girl, they become best friends, fall in love and live happily ever and after…you will be upset. This movie is for people who are interested to know the complicated nooks and corners of love; as it is in the real world, unlike the reel world.
Ayan (Ranbir) sees his love in Alizeh (Anushka) but he is a BFF to her; Alizeh sees her love in Ali (Fawad) but he is not a guy who is capable of loyalty. Saba (Ashwariya), to her surprise falls in love with Ayan, but she is just an element of seduction to him.
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil compliments its name with the whirlwind of emotions and can touch your heart if you can relate to it. If it doesn’t, go and watch it to enjoy the glamour of London, Paris and Vienna; to be charmed by the fun chemistry of Ayan and Alizeh or to be mesmerized by the stunning looks and attitude of Saba. SRK lovers has their Diwali gift as well, with the guest appearance of King Khan, saying one of the most powerful dialogues of the movie. Music is also decent except the old song sequences, which I felt were not portrayed quite aptly.
Last but not the least; it is time to fall in love with Ranbir Kapoor once more with his awesome performance in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. Ae Dil Hai Mushkil is hence just not another typical masala movie of Bollywood but a movie where love remains a desire forever.