Set in London, De De Pyaar De is all about Ashish Mehra (Ajay Devgn) who falls in love with Ayesha Khurana (Rakul Preet Singh), who is half his age. What starts as a harmless flirting between the two, develops into a serious romance. However, Ashish's friend Samir (Javed Jaffrey) is not too happy to know about what's going on in his friend's life.
To make matter's a bit more difficult for Ashish decides to come back to India to seek approval from his kids and his ex-wife, Manjana (Tabu). What happens to them is what De De Pyaar De is all about.
Ajay Devgn is in top form playing his age and having the last laugh, even as he lets the audience laugh at him. Tabu as his ex-wife is in super form and delivers a very controlled performance. Her comic timing is spot on. Rakul Preet Singh is a breath of fresh air and owns every frame that she is in. Also, actors like Jimmy Shergill, Alok Nath, Madhumalti Kapoor and last but the least Kumud Mishra are fun.
What's refreshing is the fact that De De Pyaar De hands taboo topics like divorce, live-ins and age-inappropriate romance with a lot of ease. The film is fun and will surely bring a smile on to your face.
The strength of De De Pyaar De lies in it's writing. Luv Ranjan and Tarun Jain are on top of their game and have managed to craft a film that's entertaining and very identifiable.
All in all, De De Pyaar De is worth a watch. Do catch this film as I am sure that it will bring back a lot of memories, some which you would have experienced it yourself, while some would have happened to your near and dear ones. This film is fun and reiterates the fact that age is just a number.
Rating: Three And A Half