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Do Lafzon Ki Kahani First Day Collection- Live Review, Response, Public Talk

This Friday, you have two movies releasing, which certainly include Do Lafzo Ki Kahani. The film has Randeep Hooda and Kajal Aggarwal in the pivotal roles, while Mamik Singh and Yuri Suri are seen in the supporting role. The film is directed by actor director Deepak Tijoiri, while it is produced by Dhaval Jayantilal Gada under the popular banner of Pen India Limited. The music comes from Arjuna Harjai along with Ankit Tiwari and Amaal Mallik. The story of the film is inspired by a Korean film called Always, while DLKK was shot locations like Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia apart from the ones in India. The South Indian version of the film has been made with the title Boxer. Now, time to check in the review of the film as under:

The film Do Lafzon Ki Kahani can be a Valentine Day movie considering the love, romance and tragedy it encompasses. In other words, it can be a called as a wrongly released movie in the month of June wherein people are still struggling with loads of heat and humid atmosphere of pre-monsoon season. Nevertheless, the film can be called as a straight forward love story as romantic as the root canal surgery can be. It is a film, which is seen coming straight from the heart with loads of mellow drama stretched to a new level all together, which gives Kajal Aggarwal a good start and not like the other films like Singham and Special 26, which has less to do with the female character in it.


However, if you check in deep the film seems to be boasting up with too much of love element pitted with loads of tragedy that becomes too difficult to digest at the end by the audience catching up the film. Hence in other words, it’s a too bad love story, which has commitment to the end. The story of the film has all the potentials for making a captivating film, however, with too many flaws in it has hampered the same. Secondly, the film had a wrong timing when it comes to the release date. The best time for release for DLKK is Valentine’s Day, which seems to be missing here.

Randeep Hooda and Kajal Aggarwal both are very good actors and performers. So there is no doubt that their performances are going to be good. With a minimum guaranteed, tried and tested script Deepak Tijori is confident about the reception of the movie in the theaters. However, we will have to wait and watch how the movie will be received at the theaters. The Korean movie Always was well received back in 2011. The epic love story was appreciated by the critics as well as the audience. We have to wait and watch how the Indian audience will like Do Lafzon Ki Kahani.