Can take you away from the romantic genre with a stale story and average performances
Movie – Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas
Director– Sunny Deol
Star cast– Karan Deol and Sahher Bambba
Genre – Romantic Drama
Producer – Dharmendra
Production Studio – Zee Studios and Sunny Sounds Pvt Ltd
Writer – Jasvinder Singh Bath and Ravi Shankaran
Cinematography – Himman Dhameja and Ragul Dharuman
Running time – 154 minutes
Rating – 2.5
The story of the film deals with a young boy called Karan Sehgal played by Karan Deol who is a travel guide. He comes across Sahher Sethi played by Sahher Bambba in his group whom he has to take for an adventure trip. During her stay love blossoms between the two which the couple realizes only after their depart. The next comes to the action and drama that comes in their way of love, so how it works can only be caught on the silver screen near to you when the film hits the theatre.
The film has no innovation when it comes to story and the basic plot. We see the same old love stories being twisted and turned in different ways to present a new movie under the title, which somewhere is liked a lot by Dharam pa ji who remains the producer of the film. So, in terms of story and content, you have the same old melodrama and romance, which we have been watching for decades in B Town. However, it somewhere would remind the seventies and eighties film which somewhere had similar stories.
More often the film appears dull and mundane, thanks to the below-average performances of the lead actors for the obvious reasons. Since the two have been doing their debut in B Town, nothing much is expected from them. The film also loopholes in rhythms by turning repetitive and vulnerable to grip the audience for long. At times, it also becomes predictable thus hampering the zest of the audience to catch the film at one stretch. Except for photography, which involved some of the best scenes of mesmerizing landscapes, hills, and valleys along with other picturesque locations, the other elements seemed dull thus hampering the entertainment value of the film in a big way. Lastly, the music seemed okay, which somewhere was able to keep the film intact for the audience.
Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas – The Last Word
The film lags in terms of having the innovation and uniqueness over the silver screen. However, if you want to catch some cool locations and mesmerizing stuff and some cool kind of music, it can be a one time watch for you, otherwise, you can catch the film at your own risk.