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Dil Dhadakne Do (English: Let the Heart Beat) is a 2015 Indian comedy drama film directed by Zoya Akhtar and produced by Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar. The film features an ensemble cast of Anil Kapoor, Shefali Shah, Priyanka Chopra, Ranveer Singh and Anushka Sharma with Farhan Akhtar in a special appearance and Aamir Khan performing voice-over as the narrator of the film in addition to Rahul Bose, Zarina Wahab and many more others in supporting roles. The film tells the story of a dysfunctional Punjabi family who invite their family and friends along on a cruise trip to celebrate the parents' 30th wedding anniversary.[4] The film was released worldwide on 5 June 2015.[5]


Kamal Mehra (Anil Kapoor) is a self made businessman who owns Ayka, a company on the verge of bankruptcy. He has a troubled relationship with his wife, Neelam Mehra (Shefali Shah) and his two children, Ayesha Sangha née Mehra (Priyanka Chopra) and Kabir Mehra (Ranveer Singh). The Mehra family also includes their pet dog Pluto Mehra (voiced by Aamir Khan). Ayesha owns a successful travel portal of her own but is unhappy with her marriage to Manav Sangha (Rahul Bose), a controlling, narcissistic husband who, together with his mum Smita Sangha (Zarina Wahab), disdains Ayesha's family. Kabir unwillingly participates in the family business even though he yearns to become a pilot.

In celebration of Kamal and Neelam's 30th wedding anniversary, they invite their family and friends for a 10-day cruise across the Mediterranean. Among their invitees are the Sood family, consisting of businessman Lalit Sood (Parmeet Sethi), his wife Naina Sood (Dolly Mattdo) and their daughter Noori Sood (Riddhima Sud). Kamal and Neelam plan to get Kabir married to Noorie, in exchange for Lalit Sood investing in Ayka.

On the cruise, Kabir meets dancer Farah Ali (Anushka Sharma) and engages in a romantic relationship with her. Noori, on the other hand, is in love with Rana Khanna (Vikrant Massey), the son of Vinod Khanna (Manoj Pahwa) and Vandana Khanna (Preeti Mamgain). The Khannas, however, are sworn enemies with the Soods, so Kabir and Noori decide to manipulate their parents into believing that they are dating each other, while continuing with their respective relationships. Meanwhile, Ayesha considers divorcing her husband, whom she believes is incompatible with her;. Her parents, however, are staunchly against it as they believe it will dishonour her and the family. Meanwhile, Sunny Gill (Farhan Akhtar), the son of Kamal's manager Amrish Gill (Ikhlaque Khan), arrives on the ship. It is revealed that Sunny and Ayesha dated each other as teenagers. Kamal, who was unhappy with their relationship, arranged and paid for Sunny to study abroad to separate his daughter from Sunny. Ayesha realises that she still harbors feelings for Sunny who is now a successful journalist. He, unlike her husband, appreciates her strong personality and believes in female empowerment.

Neelam sees Kamal flirting with one of the female guests, and wonders why she did not divorce him despite his past infidelities. Ayesha confronts Sunny about his sudden departure abroad and ends up kissing him, which she regrets later, not because of her feelings, but because of her marital status. Meanwhile, Farah hears that Kabir is planning on marrying Noori, and ends their relationship. Elsewhere, Kamal spots Noori making out with Rana and has a fit. He is rushed to the emergency room on-board suspected to have had a heart attack, but it turns out to be excess stomach gas. In the hospital room, Kamal tells Kabir that he saw Noori with Rana and asks him to not be involved with her anymore. Kabir admits to his family that he knew about the couple all along and that he is in love with Farah, a dancer and a Muslim. He also tells them of his intention to leave the family business and persuades them to consider Ayesha, who is actually interested in business. He also tries to persuade them to let her proceed with her divorce as she is not happy with the marriage, but Kamal and Neelam still refuse on the grounds of their belief that marriages are lifelong commitments. Infuriated, Kabir reveals to Kamal that Neelam, Ayesha and himself were all aware about his adulterous pursuits and that Neelam pretended not knowing, bearing his infidelities and suffering emotionally in silence to save family. After all this, Kamal and Neelam realise that their kids are disappointed with them. Kamal asks Neelam why she hadn't divorced him after knowing everything. She reveals to him that after leaving him she had no choice as her family won't accept her back due to fear of dishonour, similarly like Ayesha. Kamal realises his mistake, asks for forgiveness and consoles her. Later, while in efforts to reconcile Manav and Ayesha, Kamal becomes infuriated when he sees Manav misbehaving with his daughter and asks him and his mother to leave immediately. He agrees to the divorce and asks Ayesha for forgiveness.

Kabir tries to persuade Farah to forgive him for lying to her but she ends up getting fired from her job for being involved with a passenger and is told to leave the ship. Kabir finds out about her being sacked after the ship has set sail. Seeing no other option, Kabir jumps off the ship, aided by Sunny, hoping that his family will rescue him and help him get to the shore. Kamal, Neelam, Ayesha and their dog Pluto eventually find a lifeboat to rescue him. While departing, Ayesha asks Sunny if he would wait for her to which he replies "forever". The family picks up Kabir and heads towards the shore while being chased by the ship's crew. The Mehra family is seen happy in each other's presence for the first time.

Anil Kapoor as Kamal Mehra
Shefali Shah as Neelam Mehra
Priyanka Chopra as Ayesha Sangha Mehra
Ranveer Singh as Kabir Mehra, Ayesha's younger brother
Anushka Sharma as Farah Ali, Kabir's love interest
Farhan Akhtar as Sunny Gill, Ayesha's love interest
Aamir Khan in a voice-over as Pluto Mehra/Narrator
Rahul Bose as Manav Sangha, Ayesha's husband
Zarina Wahab as Smita Sangha, Manav's mother
Vikrant Massey as Rana Khanna
Ridhima Sud as Noorie Sood[6]
Pawan Chopra as Prem Mehra
Ayesha Raza Mishra as Indu Mehra
Parmeet Sethi as Lalit Sood, Noorie's father
Dolly Mattdo as Naina Sood, Noorie's mother
Manoj Pahwa as Vinod Khanna
Preeti Mamgain as Vandana Khanna
Shireesh Sharma as Jamaal Hashmi
Divya Seth Shah as Saira Hashmi
Ikhlaque Khan as Amrish Gill
Vandana Sajnani as Anju Chopra
Sarha Hashmi as Divya Mehra
Khushi Dubey as Putlu Mehra

Following the release of Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (2011), it was announced that Zoya Akhtar was working on a script with filming set to start in December 2012.[7] Later it was reported that the script was about siblings, partially based on Zoya Akhtar and her brother Farhan Akhtar.[8] Farhan Akhtar later denied the reports of the film being autobiographical saying that the film has nothing to do with their real life relationship and that it is entirely a work of fiction.[9] In a 2013 interview, Zoya Akhtar revealed that she was still writing the script and that the film was a family drama.[10] Akhtar had always wanted to make a family drama with a brother-sister relationship at the core.[11] She said "I don't think a brother-sister relationship is well represented in Bollywood. They generally have cheesy representations. They are never at ease. This is one of the most important relationships in the world because nobody else shares your parents."[12]

The cast consisted of Hrithik Roshan, Kareena Kapoor, Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif. After Ranbir's date issues were apparent, Akhtar approached Ranveer Singh to play the role of the brother opposite Kareena with Katrina as his love interest.[13] Kareena had decided to turn down the offer as she was keen to work with cousin Ranbir.[14] In June 2013 it was rumoured Priyanka Chopra will be replacing Kareena as Ranveer's sister and in October 2013 it was confirmed.[15][16] Also announced was Anushka Sharma as Ranveer's love interest and Anil Kapoor in a pivotal role. After featuring in Zoya's Luck By Chance and Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, brother Farhan Akhtar was confirmed to play a role in the film.[17] Actors Madhuri Dixit, Tabu and Raveena Tandon were all considered for the role of Ranveer's and Priyanka's mother on screen until Shefali Shah was confirmed.[18]

Shooting of the film's first schedule began on 17 May 2014. The cast and crew filmed on a Pullmantur Cruises Deck 7 throughout Europe, specifically in France, Spain, Tunisia and Italy for a month.[19] Shooting then proceeded on land in Turkey and was wrapped on 18 July 2014.[20] The shooting of the film's second and final schedule began on 5 August 2014 in Mumbai and was officially wrapped on 23 September 2014.

Critical reception[edit]
In a 4 star review for Mumbai Mirror, critic Kunal Guha compared Akhtar's direction to that of Woody Allen and Wes Anderson, and praised Ranveer Singh's performance in it.[21] Conversely, Shilpa Jamkhandikar of Reuters called it "Akhtar's weakest film yet, because she tries to tell too many stories at once and tells none entirely".[22] Saibal Chatterjee of NDTV criticized the film as well, calling it "an overly caramelised and flaky dysfunctional family drama that strives - and fails - to strike a balance between the sly and the syrupy", and gave the film 2.5 stars.[23] Bollywood Hungama gave the film 3.5 stars, praising Akhtar's direction for "[pulling] off such a magnificent film with such utmost ease."[24] Subhash K. Jha also praised the direction, writing that Akhtar proved that she was the "master of dysfunctional selfserving relationships" and gave the film 4 stars.[25] Rohit Vats of Hindustan Times, however, gave the film 2 stars, writing "there is hardly any takeaway from Dil Dhadakne Do and its characters are not likely to stay with you for long".[26]

Film critic Rajeev Masand of CNN-IBN, who particularly praised the performances of the lead actors and the humour in the screenplay, concluded that the film is "easy and breezy, and packed with terrific actors who appear to be enjoying themselves", although he did criticize the pacing and climax of the film.[27] Srijana Mitra Das of The Times of India gave the film 4 stars, also praising the performances of the lead actors, especially Singh's, and reviewed, "On this ship, a few bolts could be tighter. But these are fleeting clouds on an otherwise beautiful sea, hosting a cruise...while searching beyond Bollywood's emotional Botox for a family's warts - and its heart."[28] Rachit Gupta of Filmfare described the film as a "spunky comedy, straight from the heart", attributing the performances of the lead actors as the prime reason for the film's success.[29] Shubha Shetty-Saha of Mid-Day gave the film 4 stars, and praised the story, stating, "If this film looks like an entertaining, escapist film at the outset, it is, but it is also much deeper than that".[30]

In a 3 star review, film critic Mayank Shekhar of ABP News found that "patiently drawing out emotions from every character" made the film "horrendously long [and] too languidly paced", although he did call the film ""intensely real, intrinsically adult, with several sharp observations about relationships and life".[31] Sarita A. Tanwar of Daily News and Analysis gave the film 2.5 stars, and wrote that the film would have "been a lot of fun [if] had it been shorter, crisper and less indulgent".[32] Scoring the film 3 stars, Sukanya Verma of wrote that Dil Dhadakne Do "unravels like an entire season of soap opera condensed into a nearly three-hour movie" but found it "too facile to rise above the charming fluff".[33] Ritika Bhatia of Business Standard wrote that the film "does have its enjoyable moments, but with a three-hour runtime, it fails to sail the high seas", and termed the film "ambitious" but "meandering".[34]

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