Director: Deepak Tijori
Produced by Avinaash V Rai
Cast: Randeep Hooda and Kajal Agarwal
Music: Ankit Tiwari
Cinematography by Mohana Krishna
Edited by Ballu Saluja
Production House: Eros International
Release Date: 10 June 2016
Censor Rating: U/A
Do Lafzon Ki Kahani is the story of Sooraj (Randeep Hooda) who happens to be a champion in kickboxing after which he has been away from it. He works hard and does three jobs to meet up his responsibilities in daily life. During this time he happens to meet Jenny (Kajal Agarwal) who is a visually impaired girl. Sooraj falls in love with Jenny after a while after he comes to know about the reasons for her blindness. The rest of Do Lafzon Ki Kahani is about why he returns back to his sport and whether if Sooraj ends up bringing eyes for his loved one. Watch Do Lafzon Ki Kahani to know about the movie.
The first half of Do Lafzon Ki Kahani has interesting moments and light romance that impress the audience. The performances by Randeep Hooda and Kajal Agarwal takes the film to the next level. The songs have been shot well and they have been melodious. The interval episodes have been interesting and on the whole the complete first half of Do Lafzon Ki Kahani has been decent and interesting.
The second half of Do Lafzon Ki Kahani misses the needed feel and the important logics. The flashback episodes have not been convincing and the movie has been dragged much. Though Randeep excelled with his performance, the second half of Do Lafzon Ki Kahani fails to impress the audience completely.
Randeep Hooda who has been getting critical acclaim with his performance in all his movies has been struggling for success. Do Lafzon Ki Kahani stays alive only because of Randeep Hooda and his stupendous performance. Kajal Agarwal has been cute and beautiful throughout. Her beautiful smile is a treat for the audience and she performed the character of Jenny with ease. All the other actors have nothing much to do in the film.
The story of the movie has been inspired from a Korean movie titled Always. The screenplay and the dialogues have been just ok but they have not been concentrated on the much needed parts. The music has been melodious and the songs have been shot well. The cinematography has been outstanding and so are the production values. The director fails to bring out a commercial film.
Songs and action episodes
Do Lafzon Ki Kahani has enough moments to get impressed, but the second half of the film misses all the needed ingredients that kill the film. Randeep Hooda and Kajal excels in their assignments.