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'Barfi' turns out to be sweet just like the name
Anurag Basu's recently released movie 'Barfi' is a creative mixture of emotions and mystery. It is a selfless love story, which will make you laugh and cry; feel sad and happy in a short span of three hours.

THE CASTING of the movie is perfectly apt according to the characters of the story and a really appreciable job on the part of actors. Though the starring is strong but this kind of cinema is a bit hard to be accepted by the Indian audience.

The “Masala” factor for which people go out for weekend movie after the hectic working days is missing, because the movie is not about the commercial purpose but about the director’s passion of making something innovative and creative.

People may find it a little confusing because of the continuous flashbacks but I would rather say, it was a good attempt by the director for developing the audiences' understanding of watching a cinema. The music by Pritam, also goes parallel with the story of the movie, but unfortunately the movie did not come up with any hit song.

Being a sweet and cute love story, the movie makers have dropped a large section of audience. The story also seems to be stretched at some times which actually leads to loss of interest.

Ranbir’s chemistry with both the leads is different; when it comes to Ileana D’cruz (Shruti), it's like common Hindi love story rapo, but with Priyanka (Jhilmil), there is something beyond love, it's the understanding, care and a sense of belongingness.

The movie is no doubt a piece of art with its core message to be happy and satisfied with whatever you have, justifying the title of the movie “Don’t Worry, Be BARFI!”

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