Love Aaj Kal Indian Hindi-language romantic drama film directed by Imtiaz Ali and starring Kartik Aaryan and Sara Ali Khan. Twenty-two-year-old Zoe Chauhan (Sara Ali Khan) is averse to a serious long term relationship. She wants to have fun with no strings attached and pursue her career. But another love story from the past makes her question her own choices.
Love Aaj Kal Cast
Kartik Aaryan as Veer and Raghu
Sara Ali Khan as Zoe
Arushi Sharma as Leena
Love Aaj Kal Song
“Shayad” sung by Arijit Singh
“Haan Main Galat” sung by Arijit Singh and Shashwat Singh
“Mehrama” Sung by Darshan Raval and Antara Mitra
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Writer-director Imtiaz Ali narrates the 2020 ‘Love Aaj Kal’ in the same format as his hugely successful directorial in 2009 by the same name. However, the love stories are fresh with different set of conflicts that vary with time. Ali makes it relevant by showing us the contrast between traditional small town-love that was simple yet difficult versus the contemporary urban love that is complex and messed-up.
Ali’s protagonist Zoe is the embodiment of the latter. A complicated character, who has a five-year plan to make merry and launch her own event management company, before she ‘settles down’ in a committed relationship. While Sara Ali Khan is the right age to play Zoe, she falls short of convincingly pulling off the complexity of her firebrand and fiercely independent character. Sara has an imposing screen presence and looks gorgeous, but her performance doesn’t quite make you root for Zoe. Kartik Aaryan is good as the boyish Raghu, whose transformation from a timid lovelorn small-towner to a big-city Casanova, is believable. As Veer, however, even Kartik doesn’t get to do more than meekly follow around the love of his life and be at her beck and call. But it’s Randeep Hooda, who leaves a lasting impression even with lesser screen time. Sporting a handlebar moustache and crisp linen shirts, the underrated actor looks quite dapper.
He is aptly cast for the role that is quite like Rishi Kapoor’s character in the original. In fact, it is his story that is far more interesting, relatable and entertaining. Ali uses vivid tones and beautiful backdrops to recreate Raghu’s love story with Leena played by debutante Arushi Sharma, who delivers quite effectively. However, the flashback story is interrupted way too many times to accommodate the film’s non-linear narrative. While the film’s emotionally charged narrative is casual in its approach, there are barely any light moments.
“It’s slow but well portrayed love story of a confused, career oriented, free spirited girl. How she eventually realise the true meaning of love which was unfortunately mis conceptualised by her mother, due to failed marriage. Imtiaz Ali has very nicely showed that the older generation inspite of so many communication and social hindrances, would do anything for true love. Whereas today’s generation do have the best modes of communications, still they can’t realise or commit to true love. Very balanced and subtle classy movie. Must watch for today’s fast paced generation. Acting of all the characters is nice “👍🏼 – Deepa
Its a parallel love story of old and current time as we have already seen in Love aaj kal. The director tries to explore the true meaning of love in his love stories like Jab we met, Tamasha,Love Aaj kal,etc. Here he adds two more factors to make affect on the story, sex and career are two passainate elements of current generation but once you achieve or get satisfaction in both then you feel need for real love. So your ambition and passion can surpas the emotions but you can not control your true love. The movie is little lengthy and slow in display, all have acted well to justify their roles. Pritam has given some melodious songs after quite some time. – K. Shuddhodhan