Randeep Hooda and Kajal Aggarwal-starrer romantic movie "Do Lafzon Ki Kahani," which is the official adaptation of South Korean movie "Always," has opened to mixed response from Bollywood critics.
The romantic movie is centered on ex-boxer (played by Randeep) and a blind telemarketer (played by Kajal). Directed by Deepak Tijori, "Do Lafzon Ki Kahani" opened to mixed critics reviews. While Bollywood Hungama reviewer said that the film has a weak script, Scroll.in critic said that the film lacks energy and frisson between the lead actors.
Check out what critics have said about Randeep and Kajal-starrer "Do Lafzon Ki Kahani."
Udita Jhunjhunwala of Firstpost said: "Tijori, whose filmography includes Oops! and Tom, Dick and Harry, shows a improvement in his storytelling but it's still a far cry from being enough."
Bollywood Hungama critic said: "DO LAFZON KI KAHANI has a weak script coupled with poor direction. At the box office it will fail to impress."
Sreeju Sudhakaran of BollywoodLife.com said: "This could be Deepak Tijori's best directorial effort, but that doesn't say much about the film. If it wasn't for the performances of both Randeep and Kajal, especially the former, the film would have been a total disaster. Can give a miss."
Nandini Ramnath of Scroll.in said: "Tijori keeps almost all the bits from the original, but the technical polish from Always is missing. The title says it all: unable to improve on or add anything to the Korean source, the filmmakers have decided to keep it brief."
Kamaal R Khan (KRK) tweeted: "#DoLafzoKiKahani is a Wahiyat film n we give 1* to it."
Saibal Chatterjee of NDTV said: "Walk into this storm only if you have the disposition to withstand the ugly gusts."