One line Review: The crazy tale of two youngsters who plan to live a Befikre life with a no strings attached style relationship amidst the beautiful city of love, Paris.
Positive Points: The light-hearted nature of the film that just touches the verges of depths that the intense emotion of love has. A fun ride for young people. Aditya Chopra has managed to break out of the full-fledged romantic movie making shell and tried his hand at this fast paced rom-com.
Negative Points: Just as the climax, the film defies logic. Adding a beautiful Paris setup and Hollywood style romance does not help to ... full Befikre Review
Dharam (Ranveer Singh), a hardcore Delhi boy moves to Paris to work in his friend's club as a stand-up comedian. On a fun club outing, he meets Shyra (Vaani Kapoor) and they instantly get hooked. After a year of ... full Plot
The story revolves around 'Dilliwala' Dharam (Ranveer) who arrives in France to spill humour and wit all over by performing stand-up comedy at a friend's nightclub. In order to mingle up and pace up with the spirit of Paris, he goes chick hunting in random parties. This is where he bumps into Shyra Gill (Vaani) who is a carefree modern-day girl. And then, the drama unfolds.The first half of 'Befikre' is high on adrenaline where two young strangers lock horns to complete uncanny and bizarre dares to impress each other. It packs solid music and powerful kissing scenes.More »
There is no other contemporary Indian actor I can think of, who you can perhaps design a whole mainstream movie around, and pretty much get away with it - because he will simply take it from there. That's Ranveer Singh for you, not just in this film, but almost his entire filmography so far, which for a fair part, comprises movies with the 'biggest' directors in Bombay - Zoya Akhtar (Dil Dhadakne Do), Vikramaditya Motwane (Lootera), Sanjay Leela Bhansali (Ram Leela, Bajirao Mastani).More »
Aditya Chopra's fourth feature as a director BEFIKRE is certainly 'garam' (read hot and sexy) thanks to Ranveer Singh and Vani Kapoor's smoking hot presence and those kisses every now and then.But in the end BEFIKRE is a karam (piece of work) that adds nothing innovative to Bollywood's rom-com genre in its plot and just fulfills the dharma (duty) of a rom-com to please its 25 and less aged target audience who are not that demanding as far as their cinema (read movie outing) is concerned.More »