One line review: Tale of two lovers reunite even after ages, and yet conquers all boulders comes in their way!
Positive Points: It reinvents the typical Bollywood love storytelling, with beautiful and detailed fantasy plotline. Action sequences are well choreographed. Stellar performances by an ensemble cast.
Negatives: Some scenes and characters could have been omitted or altered!
Shiv (Sushant Singh Rajput) a glitzy and jazzy Panjabi boy from Amritsar went to Budapest to work as a banker, where he met a beautiful yet introvert chocolatier Saira (Kriti Sanon) and they instantly got connect and ... full Plot
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Happy-go-lucky banker Shiv (Sushant Singh Rajput) and his friend Raghav (Varun Sharma) move to Budapest for work and spend time having as much fun as possible till Shiv runs into chocolatier Saira (Kriti Sanon) and promptly falls in love with her. Saira too seems to like him in the very first meeting and the lovebirds decide to tie the knot without much ado.However, darkness soon enters their life in the form of Zak Merchant (Jim Sarbh), an eccentric and sinister millionaire, who too seems to have the hots for Saira and soon, it is established that the trio have a past life connection.More »
Reincarnation works best when an individual demonstrates an irrepressible desire to redress a tragedy where innocent people are killed and deceived for no fault of their own.But in Raabta, this so-called misfortune is prompted by a fickle-minded girl's inability to pick between two guys.Dinesh Vijan's unintended allegory on 'the grass is always greener on the other side' syndrome, flitting between rom-com to rebirth, could not be more bizarre.More »