Cast: Salman Khan, Sonam Kapoor, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Swara Bhaskar, Anupam Kher, Armaan Kohli, Deepak Dobriyal
Verdict: ☆☆ ½ After Hum Apke Hai Kaun and Maine Pyar Kiya Sooraj Barjatya’s movies was only a headache. It is as if we are watching a Lady Sangeet of some wedding. Even Biggest Salman Khan fan will be disappointed. Watch at your risk.
About the movie: Vijay Singh (Salman), a royal prince who lives life on his terms. When his younger brother (Neil) and CEO (Armaan) try to kill him, the old and trustworthy manager Diwan Sahab (Kher) come to the rescue and somehow saves his life. Vijay Singh’s coronation ceremony is about to take place where his would-be bride (Sonam) is also going to be present. But the prince is still unconscious, and the threat to his life remains. Enter Prem Dilwala (Salman again), a happy-go-lucky chap who happens to be the prince’s lookalike. Diwan puts him in the prince’s place with strict instructions. But Prem is about to change everything – that includes reuniting a broken family and falling in love with a princess.
Review: Well for the first time, I am speechless to give a review of a Salman Khan movie. Prem Ratan Dhan Pao was just a waste of money. If you want to get yourself torture, then go and watch that movie. While watching the movie, I just felt that I am watching a Lady Sangeet of a Royal wedding. This movie had only songs with every sequence without any good story line. There was poor direction; Too many characters always destroy the movie concept. Only Deepak Dobriyal was a treat to watch with his comic attitude and also Swara Bhaskar. Salman Khan in a Double Roll was looking good, but he was unable to showcase his talent because of poor story concept. The songs were a total headache. There was not a single sound that please the audience. Sonam Kapoor was only doing over acting with her dialogues. Neil Nitin Mukesh, was the scheming brother, who doesn’t want to live under the shadow of his elder brother, has not much to do after an imposing entry scene. Arman Kohli, as the CEO, has returned after a long while, but he seems to be still reeling under Jaani Dushman’s hangover. Wished dialogues must have some punch to make it more interesting. Anupam Kher was an average in the movie. Overall a family movie for parents who love these kinds of movies.