Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani Movie Review
“Rocky or Rani Ki Prem Kahani,” Karan Johar’s latest movie, started with little excitement but has now gained positive attention. Before its release, people weren’t very excited about it, maybe because the marketing was not very strong and there were only a few glimpses of music and promotion. But when I went to watch it in the theater, two things became clear.
Firstly, people are still interested in Karan Johar’s movies, and secondly, there’s a strong desire for movies that are about families and give both fun and emotional experiences.
The story revolves around Rocky Randhawa, played by Ranveer Singh, a lively young man from West Delhi who’s also set to inherit his family’s famous sweet business. He meets Rani Chatterjee, played by Alia Bhatt, an independent and outspoken journalist. Their love story unfolds as they deal with their different families.
“Rocky or Rani Ki Prem Kahani” has its strengths, but there are also some things that could be better. The music pays tribute to old Hindi songs, which is nice, but the songs themselves could have been better. Except for the beautiful “Ve Kamlia,” the dance numbers are forgettable and don’t capture the feeling of a good family movie. One good thing is the dancing in the “Dandora Bajiri” scene, especially Ranveer Singh’s energetic performance.
The movie explores family relationships and has social commentary and dramatic moments. Some parts challenge traditional ideas about men and women and how families work, but at times it feels like the movie is trying too hard to teach us a lesson.
Thankfully, this movie is better than some of Karan Johar’s earlier works, which had problems with how they showed women and relationships. This film finds a good balance between having something important to say and still being entertaining.
Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt have great chemistry on screen. They make their characters’ attraction to each other believable, as Rocky’s energy matches Rani’s sophistication.
Ranveer Singh’s performance stands out. He’s able to show both Rocky’s loud personality and his vulnerable side. He goes beyond the usual stereotypes, making Rocky a more interesting character.
The old Hindi songs in the movie add depth to the story. Songs like “Jodhwika Chand,” “Abhinaj,” and “Mausam” fit well and help the story. This collaboration with Saregama was a smart choice.
Other characters in the movie also make it better. Dharmendra and Shabana Azmi do a great job, bringing warmth and charm to their roles. They become the heart of the movie.
The movie talks about important things like how men and women are expected to act, accepting others, and coming together despite differences. The families in the movie learn to accept each other, showing that we should look beyond what we see on the surface.
In the second half of the movie, the message and the drama aren’t as strong, but overall, “Rocky or Rani Ki Prem Kahani” is a good family movie. It shows that Karan Johar still knows how to make movies that connect with the audience.
In Conclusion, “Rocky or Rani Ki Prem Kahani” is a mix of emotions and relationships. The characters, the music, and the themes of unity and love make it a movie that’s worth watching. Karan Johar’s storytelling keeps us interested and connected, making the movie resonate with the audience.