Pahala Pahala Pyar

By | February 6, 2020
Pahala Pahala Pyar is the story of three friends. David, his friend and friend’s girlfriend are needed to spend a night in a secluded house after their car breaks down during a picnic. Though warned by the caretaker to stay away from a particular room, David erroneously enters the room and starts sketching. As a result, a ghost comes alive. But what happens after that?

Mukesh Kumar’s very predictable story is sans any thrill, and is built upon a half-cooked and boring screenplay by Hanuman Ratan. Performances of the artistes are below the mark.

All of Manoj Kumar, Raj Sharma and Rohit Sharma are unimpressive. D.P. Singh, Dilip, Nikita Sharma, Suman Yadav, Puja Sharma, Vikas Sharma and Kamlesh Sharma are barely passable. Laxmi Narayan Jindal’s direction doesn’t work, neither does Raj Sen and Maru Brothers’ music. Other aspects including Raj Sain’s choreography and Cinema Sanny’s camerawork deserves no special mention.

Doesn’t look like the film is going demand the audience’s attention!