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A 50-year-old single father faces disapproval from his family and his ex-wife when he falls in love with a 26-year-old woman.

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Director : Akiv Ali

Writers : Surabhi BhatnagarTarun Jain 

Stars : Ajay DevgnTabuRakul Preet Singh 


The film trailer was released on 2nd April 2019 on Ajay Devgn's 50th birthday. Incidentally he also plays a 50-year old man in the film.
Originally set to release on 7th February 2019, but was postponed when Ajay Devgn's other film, Total Dhamaal took that release date.

The title is taken from the song of the same name from Sharaabi (1984).


De De Pyaar De Movie Review: It's the Perfect Family Entertainer You Were Waiting For

The film, packed with humour and competent performances, is likely to get much love from the audiences who have had their fill of patriotic chronicles.

The premise of director Akiv Ali’s maiden feature De De Pyaar De is spelt out loud and clear in the trailer—50-year-old Ashish (Devgn) separated from his wife Manju (Tabu) finds himself a 26-year-old lover, Ayesha (Rakul Preet). Sparks fly, he likes her spunk and fortitude, she admires his cool, fighting-fit-at-50 form. Before they know it, a relationship is in place much against the warnings of Ashish’s friend-cum-therapist (Javed Jaffrey). So far, so good.

Most of the jokes are reserved for Ashish but much mirth is also generated courtesy the May-December romance. Things go swimmingly well until Ashish decides to introduce his young girlfriend to his Missus, the kids, and the family. And then, predictably enough, all hell breaks loose! The writing in typical Luv Ranjan style is sharp and pulls no punches. Except for one scene which has Manju take to the soapbox to defend her ex-husband and a few sentimental sappy moments, the rest of the film is breezy and fun. It can be called a piquant mash-up of ideas from the sitcom Modern Family (minus the deliciously witty asides) and the Great Indian melodramas from the eighties.

Akiv Ali sure seems to know his audience well. That Ali, also a film editor, has Chetan Solanki as a co-editor in the film works to the film's advantage. Scenes don’t linger on endlessly. The transition between certain undefined situations in the second half is swift, not allowing the story to meander meaninglessly.

De De Pyaar De, given its central premise, would probably score dismally in the Bechdel test—a test that requires that a film must showcase two women who must talk to each other about something other than a man. But, where it takes a leap forward is in the fact that neither of the two women—Manju or Ayesha—are wilting lilies. They spar with each other with a feistiness that makes the scenes come alive. For a change, it is the women who save the day.

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