Movie Review – Dil Vil Pyaar Vyaar

Gurdas Maan is always been a very realistic artist even in his songs and in his movies. He has always followed one of the two belongings, one is to deliver a social message and other is providing a very realistic content with which people can relate themselves.

Dil Vil Pyaar Vyaar is his latest releases film which is produced & Directed by Mrs. Maan (Mrs. Manjeet Maan).

About Story –
The plot revolves around a family of four brothers. Agam (Gurdas Maan) is the eldest of all who is very responsible towards his work and family which is obviously his three younger brothers Biba (Manav Vij), Channi (Raj Singh Jhinger) and Deepa (Jassi Gill). Agam wants his brothers to get married but Biba, Channi & Deepa want that the big brother should get married first. But Agam doesn’t want to go for the marriage because of a incident happened in his past life. Somehow the younger brothers find an appropriate girl for their brother, Prabhjeet (Neeru Bajwa). Unwillingly Agam gets married to her and then the different love stories of Biba, Channi & Deepa come up. But there is something which Agam had hided from all of them which becomes the twist of the climax.

Whats Good –
Dil Vil Pyaar Vyaar has been a little different stand out in the current trends of Pollywood. The family emotions tend to bind the audience. Acting performance of almost each and every character is admirable.

Whats Not –
The plot of Dil Vil Pyaar Vyaar has nothing new to offer. This story concept has already been used number of times in the Bollywood movies. Even then the story hasn’t been carried properly, it lacks interest from the beginning and lacks sequencing too. There are many errors like building love stories to marriage too soon, not many reasons given for couples to fall in love, a singh guy marrying according to Hindus marriage rules at the end and many more.

About Characters –
Main characters performance is one thing which cannot be pointed a finger at in Dil Vil Pyaar Vyaar. From the main lead Gurdas Maan and Neeru Bajwa to Manav Vij, Jassi Gill and Raj Jhinger, all of them have played their part very well. Gurdas Maan is way above from judgements when it comes to singing or acting. He is the master in both the departments. Neeru Bajwa has played a slightly different character in this movie as compare to her earlier movies. She has been a very polite and mature character in Dil Vil Pyaar Vyaar and she has done a complete justice to that. Jassi Gill is the one character who has to be mentioned specially because of his wonderful performance which clearly shows that he is growing as an actor too. Rajeev Thakur has delivered a wonderful performance too. His character has got the mixture of comedy and innocence. The debutant girls Shruti Sodhi and Khushdeed Maan have failed to impress but Meher Vij has been the pick of them.

About Story, Screenplay & Dialogs –
The plot of Dil Vil Pyaar has nothing new to offer to the audience who are used to watch bollywood movies. The emotional family drama does succeed to attach the audience at some points. The story builds very strongly just before the climax but ends at an average interest.

About Music & Background Score –

One cannot point a finger at the music when the living legend, Gurdas Maan is there. Songs of Dil Vil Pyaar Vyaar have got a decent amount of melody and emotions. Main Lajjpalan de, Mitran da Dil Nachda and Tamanna by Jassi Gill are the picks.

About Direction –
Manjeet Maan is the director of Dil Vil Pyaar Vyaar and she has just missed some tricks of building the interest factor and the explanation of the story. Shot making is decent and overall the direction isn’t poor but not tremendous too.

All in All (About Movie) –
Dil Vil Pyaar Vyaar relies heavily on Gurdas Maan’s shoulders, which was expected too and all the other characters have done well but they haven’t got much support from the story concept. The story might be a decent one to consider for a Punjabi movie but already been used number of times in Bollywood movies.

Star Rating –
From, Dil Vil Pyaar Vyaar gets 2.5/5.

Review by – Sarvjit Khera