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Befikre Movie Review - Ranveer singh and Vaani kapoor



Ratings:3.5/5 Review By:Hungama Site:Bollywood Hungama
 While BEFIKRE may come across as an original piece of work, one can’t help overlook the similarities with the French film LOVE ME IF YOU DARE.While it may resonate well with the youth of today, the traditional audiences might find it shocking to digest. - On the whole BEFIKRE is an urban youth centric fun entertainer with a new age theme which will find patronage with the youth. At the Box- Office, it will be loved and appreciated by the target audience. The masses might find the subject bold and shocking; however, they will be in a minority to make any sizeable impact to its box office prospects. A Sure-shot winner all the way.

Ratings:1.5/5 Review By:Shubhra Gupta Site:Indian Express
 Befikre ticks practically every single box which constitutes the Yashraj canon. It’s all there, and yet, Befikre never quite rises above its shiny surface. In its best moments, it has sparkle, but those few and far between; in the rest, it stays bland and familiar.

Ratings:3/5 Review By:Nihit Site:Times Of India
 The plot is unoriginal, but the sparkling chemistry between the leads pulls you through most parts of the movie. Essentially, it’s like the same banner's Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai, but in reverse. Befikre has some honest, funny moments and the attempt to upgrade the romcom genre is apparent, but like most romcoms, you don’t come away with anything new. If you care for some laughs, some YRF nostalgia and are, well, promiscuous with your choice of romcoms, you could take a chance with this one.

Ratings:-- Review By:Renil Site:Firstpost
 Ranveer Singh makes for a perfect Dharma. He's the quintessential Delhi brat who adapts quickly to life in Paris. Vaani has a job keeping up. Most of the first half is given over to visuals of the couple making out. (We're not complaining.) It helps that Befikre keeps things breezy and light during the first half. Fun and humour are sprinkled liberally throughout the first half and you're ensured a feel-good time. But does it also feel — well, frivolous? Is there more to this film than its good looks? We'll need to see the second half to find out.

Ratings:3.5/5 Review By:Aseem Chabbra Site:Rediff
 Aditya Chopra's fourth feature as a director -- Befikre is a hot and sexy film. Despite its thin plot , the film holds its attention with the good looking stars, their energy, songs, dances and many lovely day and night scenes in Paris. Chopra's film reminds us that a well-shot Bollywood romantic film can be so entertaining even when it does not necessarily offer anything new. There are some messy moments in the film, especially the weird unruly slapstick scene towards the end in a church. And that is when one senses that Chopra is not in full control of the plot. He knows how the film will end, but the path to that seems forced and convoluted. Still much of Befikre is loaded with a carefree spirit. It is joyful and it will make you smile.




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