Dil Dhadakne Do
Director: Zoya Akhtar
Cast: Ranveer Singh, Priyanka Chopra, Anil Kapoor, Farhan Akhtar
When Kamal (Kapoor) and his wife (Shefali Shah) hit their 30th anniversary year, their daughter, Ayesha (Chopra) organises a cruise celebration. While Ayesha is a self-made woman, unhappy in her marriage, her brother Kabir (Singh) is a lively young man, with no real ambitions. Things change when Ayesha decides to leave her husband (Rahul Bose) and Kabir falls in love with a dancer, Farah (Anushka Sharma) on the ship. Throw in Sunny (Farhan) and the whole ship turns upside down. Over the top but entertaining, with great cinematography and clever direction.
— Team Indulge
Hamari Adhuri Kahaani
Director: Mohit Suri
Cast: Vidya Balan, Rajkummar Rao, Emraan Hashmi
Young Vasudha (Balan) is abandoned by her husband, Hari (Rao)
leaving her to single-handedly care for their infant. She however gets a second chance at life and love, when Aarav (Hashmi), her boss and hotel magnate, starts to fall in love with her. A little too melodramatic,
give this one a miss we say. —TI
Age of Adaline
Director: Lee Toland Krieger
Cast: Blake Lively, Harrison
Ford, Michiel Huisman
Adaline (Lively) loses her
husband during the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge and later survives a car accident. On recovering, she realises that she does not age, with her features, both internal and external, stuck at age 28,
the year of her accident.
Unable to make real connections with anyone for the fear of outliving everyone she cares for, her world turns upside down when she finally falls in love. A light hearted date-night movie, this one’s worth a watch.
— Team Indulge