With Yaar anmulle song, Sharry Mann didn’t only make his debut in Punjabi Industry but he touched the heights of success with it. The little gap left between Sharry Mann and stardom was fulfilled by his second album Aate Di Chiri. So those super hit albums set the tone for Sharry Mann to ride a movie at his own.
The stardom of an artist in one stream helps to go for other but it also gets the artist under pressure to deliver a stupendous work as per his fans expectations.
About Story –
The story begins from a village where Sharry (Sharry Mann) and Harry (Rana Ranbir) live at their Mama’s home. Both are living a very casual life without any target until Meet (Niharika Kareer) enters in Sharry’s life. So sharry has to convince Meet’s father, a Police Commissioner Shamsher Singh (Yograj Singh) and Meet’s brother Kartar (Jimmy Sharma). Another paving stone in Sharry’s way is Chamkila (Binnu Dhillon) who is also after Meet because his dad (Sardar Sohi) asks him to go for her. Sharry has to face all these to achieve an only goal of his life i.e. Meet.
Whats Good –
Oye Hoye Pyar Ho Gaya delivers fun from the outset. The debutant Sharry Mann, Rana Rabir and Binnu Dhillon make a wonderful comic chemistry together. The concept may not be a unique one but it’s interesting enough to carry the movie forward.
Whats Not –
The movie lacks scene sequencing and some scenes have been stretched unnecessarily. Story flow breaks in the second half and the movie moves very slowly after interval. Emotional and comic situation both are mixed together which doesn’t bring out a proper output and emotional scenes lack the feeling which should have been there.
About Characters –
Sharry Mann making his debut on the big screen with Oye Hoye Pyar Ho Gaya and he has carried almost the same identity as an actor which he has made as a singer. He looks a simple, desi, innocent and a funny guy. He has done a really good job considering the fact that it’s his first outing in the movies. Niharika Kareer hasn’t done anything extravagant rather than looking beautiful. Although she has done some other language movies but she looks a little shy and hesitated as a Punjabi lead actress. Binnu Dhillon is superb as usual and Rana Ranbir also complimented him equally. Yograj Singh hasn’t been used very well I should say otherwise he is an actor to personify. Sardar Sohi looks a little exotic in his character. Jimmy Sharma has looked suited for a good and dynamic character.
About Story, Screenplay & Dialogs –
Oye Hoye Pyar Ho Gaya’s story and concept might not be a unique one but its entertaining, especially screenplay and dialogs are the best aspects of the movie. Story starts well but tends to break in the middle, more in the send half.
About Music & Background Score –
Music is the backbone for most of the Punjabi movies and it is the same in Oye Hoye Pyar Ho Gaya. All the songs in the movie are enjoyable but Lehnga and Holi are the picks, a sad song Swargan Di Pariye also grabs a lot of attention as well.
About Direction –
Aditya Sood is in his early days as a director and in Oye Hoye Pyar Ho Gaya, his direction shows the lack of experience. Better direction could have led the movie far better than it is. Cinematography is another thing which is a weak point in the movie and camera shakes a lot in some scenes which makes them disturbing.
All in all (About Movie) –
All in all Oye Hoye Pyar Ho Gaya is a decent entertainer which has lot of fun but lacks feeling. Audience can enjoy the movie but might not get attached to it. If you are a Sharry Mann fan then you got to give it a look for sure.
Star Rating –
From punjabgold.com, Oye Hoye Pyar Ho Gaya gets 2.5/5.
Review by – Sarvjit Khera