Ayan (Ranbir) and Alizeh (Anushka) strike up a friendship after meeting at a bar. They’re Bollywood-crazy goofballs who sing cheesy ’80s songs, poke fun at each other’s partners and fit into each other like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. But Ayan wants more from the relationship.
Alizeh on the other hand is still reeling from her break-up with Ali (Fawad) and a chance encounter makes her slip back into his arms, leaving Ayan distraught. Ayan then finds solace in a (mostly physical) relationship with Saba (Aishwarya), who helps him get a new perspective on one-sided love.
This is Karan Johar’s most grown-up movie yet. He has come a long way from “Pyaar dosti hai,” (Kuch Kuch Hota Hai) to “Pyaar mein junoon hai, par dosti mein sukoon hai” (ADHM). In the first half, there’s a getting-to-know-each-other arc which reminds you of Before Sunrise; there’s also a slight Imtiaz Ali flavour lingering through the movie (strong female characters help a broken boy find himself). There’s no celebration of heartbreak; there’s no pausing-for-laughs, there are no convenient coincidences.
The laughter comes from genuine chemistry between the leads. The sadness comes from real consequences of heartbreak that Johar has always shied away from, but not this time. Karan, the writer, overpowers Karan, the director here.
Anushka Sharma plays the most well-rounded character with abandon; she’s remarkable. Ranbir’s portrayal of the clumsy, turned-down one-sided lover is heartbreaking; his honesty comes through yet again. Seeing Aishwarya in the role of a confident seductress is a welcome change.
On the downside, there’s a bizarre twist in the last 15 minutes that could have been replaced with a scene or two of good conversation, but if you have an appetite for melodrama, you might just like it.
That said, you usually come away from a Karan Johar movie dreaming of singing sweet tunes in the Alps; but ADHM makes you realize just how cold it is, up there. Go watch it for a relatable portrayal of modern-day relationships.
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Even as the characters negotiate the complexities of falling in love and yet failing to go the whole hog, they do not froth at the mouth and deliver whiny platitudes.
If you are in the mood to nitpick, you might justifiably question the problem-free lives of these wealthy, jet-setting characters that have no worry in the world about things other than matters of the heart.
Are you a first-class kind of rich or a private jet kind of rich, the heroine asks the hero. “Private jet,” the latter replies nonchalantly. No confusion.
We know that the male protagonist is a singer and wants to make a career in music. But until he becomes an internet sensation with his voice late in the film, there is no way of knowing if he is really serious about his ambition.
But with the lead actors doing a wonderful job of keeping the bouncy ball of a tale in control, there is nothing at all – well, almost nothing at all – in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil that poses any mushkil for easy absorption.
Ranbir Kapoor, always a delight to watch, and Anushka Sharma, who takes a tad more time to get going, strike up a most magnificent on-screen duet and generate heart-warming sparks.
Fawad Khan (in a crucial cameo as a DJ adept at making people dance to his tunes) and Shahrukh Khan (in a surprise, unforgettable scene) add sheen to the film.
Aishwarya Rai-Bachchan, too studied and self-conscious for a film that otherwise does its best not to be too earnest, is a bit out of sync with the flow of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. Ultimately it is Johar’s screenplay that lifts Ae Dil Hai Mushkil above the ordinary. It is bright and breezy, if not always subtle and nuanced.
For the most part, it swings from the delightfully droll to the intensely dramatic, without losing either its way or its balance.
The dialogue (credited jointly to Johar and Niranjan Iyengar) banks upon a combination of wacky humour, subtle wit and light-on-the-mind pop wisdom.
Coming off a failed relationship, Alizeh Khan (Anushka) bumps into aspiring singer Ayan Sengar (Ranbir) in a London nightclub.
A kiss that the awkward young man tries to plant on the party pickup girl’s lips turns out to be a total disaster. Ae Dil Hai Mushkil is a 2016 romantic drama film written, directed and produced by Karan Johar. It features Ranbir Kapoor, Aishwarya Rai, Anushka Sharma and Fawad Khan in lead roles. It is being said that Lisa Haydon and Kajol also have a small role in the film. K Jo is returning to the director’s chair after a gap of three years. His last movie was Student of the Year in 2012, which starred SidharthMalhotra, VarunDhawan and Alia Bhatt. Ae Dil Hai Mushkil has a story line based on relationships and heartbreaks. It will be the first time that Aishwarya, 41, will share screen space with Ranbir, 32, and Anushka.. On 6 February at the India Conference at Harvard, Johar revealed that in the film Kapoor plays the character of a Hindu boy, Aayan, and Sharma plays a Muslim girl, Alizeh. The film is scheduled for release on 28 October 2016. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan will be finally seen in a Karan Johar film after many unsuccessful attempts of having her in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998),Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham… (2001), and Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006).
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