All the questions and doubts regarding love and romance and relevant activities have simply raised by the earlier promos turn full blown riddles in the trailers of Karan Johar upcoming Diwali firecracker called Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. The quadrangle found in the film created by the presence of Ranbir Kapoor who is seen in an exuberant role of Ayan the bubbly girl Anushka Sharma along with the seductress lady Aishwarya Rai Bchchan in the killer role and last but not the least new heartthrob of Pak Fawad Khan in an intense role.
As you check the trailer, it can be called as a tease thing and all the four characters that seem to act like an agent provocateurs found in the script, which simply favors the flirty feeling & zests found in the sugarcoated drama. Its hard to tell as to who loves whom in this film. All the four actors in the film seemed to be a conflict when it comes to friendship and love. Ranbir Kapoor in the film is seen loving Anushka and Aishwarya, while the former claims her nemesis is Fawad Khan so who is Aish loving in the film. Anushka seems to taste the bitter chocolate the first time while Aishwarya Rai is seems to live in immortal lines.
You can find lot much childlike fun found in the conversations with Ranbir. This is among the common traits to a number of romantic escapades of Ranbir Kapoor. He has been in phenomenal in his films unlike all his previous films be it Barfi, Rockstar or Tamasha wherein he flaunted his differnet characters in these said movies.
The trouble in the film seems to start when the relationship of these actors simply get serious. One can find the trailer remaining bouncy, naughty, seductive and bubbly. Within a couple of seconds one can find the trailer turning with a pensive take over a number of mismatched liaisons. The only truism, which simply emerges from Karan Johar new movie, which seems charismatic cast that sustained by provocative drama backed with witty one liners. Yet the drama and conflicts seen in the trailer seemed to be a tip of the ice berg and you can catch once the film finally hits the theatre.