De De Pyaar De runs solo in the theater with no other films released in the weekend except SOTY 2 which is struggling at the box office. De De Pyaar De helmed by Akiv Ali features Ajay Devgan, Tabu and Rakul Preet in lead roles. It is a quirky romantic movie which got released in over 3100 screens across the country. Though there were high expectations rising from this rom-com, unfortunately, the film had a dull start on the first day. The film soon manages to have a 40% jump on Saturday in its collection. De De Pyaar De collected for about 14.74 crore at the box office. So the total estimated collected of De De Pyaar De turned out to be.
The movie has pretty high expectations from the 3rd day Sunday box office collection. The film seemed to be doing well in metros and the business has picked up tier-2 cities.
Gyst of De De Pyaar De
Just like SOTY 2, De De Pyaar De also received mixed responses from the critics but nonetheless, Tabu’s performance was applauded by many. She did an excellent job in the film. The story of the film revolves around a 50-year old businessman Asish. The role of Asish was played by Ajay Devgan. Rakul Preet plays the role of Ayesha who is a 26-year-old engineer. The story unfolds as Ajay Devgan brings his 26-year-old girlfriend to meet his family and his ex-wife.
It has been heard that the film’s business had a major setback when it got leaked on piracy website TamilRocker.
The film Critic on De De Pyaar De
However, De De Pyaar De did not seem to do well for some people. De De Pyaar De received remark of 2 stars out of 5 by the India today critic Charu Thakur from India Today. She even wrote a review on it by saying, “After a painstakingly predictable first half, the film picks up steam post-intermission with Tabu and Jimmy Sheirgill playing the real show stealers in this otherwise average film. Ajay Devgn, who is not new to the comedy genre, fits the bill of the 50-year-old man in love with a girl half his age. Rakul Preet, on the other hand, is a pure distraction as she fails to lend any depth to her character”. She even comments on the director that he “fails miserably to strike a balance between a modern-day kewl love story and age-old moralistic values”.