Very horny and very pretty parisians in lonely apartments yearning for some comfort and an intimate connection. It's a vibe. There's a certain sensitivity and tenderness to the way this story was told and its flawed characters elevate the film above the usual rom coms. It's soulful but doesn't feel sappy. Hoping one day to see one of these gloriously shot B&W films in cinemas 🤞
While I consider the heart of this movie to be the second half, let's just get something out of the way. The first half was decent. It was intriguing, tries to set up stuff for things to follow well. But of course, it pales in comparison to what was to follow. I think they did a good job with it but in re-watch you want to get right to the second half because that's where the magic happens.
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It was okay, even good at times until the point Deepika arrives and from there on it goes downhill. This is just a highlights reel which I'm more than fine with, but has unnecessary melodrama.
The cricket and the team conversations we get to see are quite intriguing but there's too much bollywoodized overaction surrounding the actual thing that bogs down the film. Seriously there's a scene where a girl runs crying out of the stadium to the hotel because…