Meri Pyaari Bindu
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Meri Pyaari Bindu (Meri Pyari Bindu), starring Parineeti Chopra and Ayushmann Khurrana, opened in theatres on Friday, May 12. The film has received positive reviews from Bollywood critics.

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A large section of critics have been raving about the film's storyline and the performances of Parineeti and Ayushmann. The songs too have impressed them.

Meri Pyaari Bindu revolves around the love story of Ayushmann's character Abhimanyu Roy who is a writer and singer Pari (Parineeti). This is the first time Parineeti and Ayushmann have teamed up for a film. Directed by Akshay Roy, film marks the debut of Parineeti as a singer. Her debut song Maana KiHum Yaar Nahi, has been garnering immense praise.

Check one of the trailers of Meri Pyaari Bindu here:

The movie has had been making a buzz ever since Parineeti came on board. The actress was on a break from films for a couple of years. The trailer of the movie, which was divided into five chapters, had also successfully created the hype surrounding the film.

Meri Pyari Bindu has been co-produced by Aditya Chopra and Maneesh Sharma.

Here are the Bollywood critics review of Meri Pyaari Bindu:

Veathika Jain of said: "Meri Pyaari Bindu is unfortunately not what you have been waiting for. It's a love story but the love, frankly, eluded me. The film is all about childhood friendship and one-sided love; it has several references of recent movies as well as old Hindi songs yet it doesn't really touch your heart. I would say Meri Pyaari Bindu is more about friendship than love so don't expect a love story here. Watch it only if you are a fan of the stars..."

Surabhi Redkar of Koimoi said: "Meri Pyaari Bindu should have been named as 'Meri Friend-Zoner Bindu'. Debutant Akshay Roy directs Meri Pyaari Bindu and I'd say he has some learning to do since this debut won't be a smashing one. Parineeti Chopra as Bindu is given too many makeovers in this film. She is constantly on a fashion parade with her dressing speaking more than her character. She probably seems to have failed to catch the vibe of Bindu's character and more often than not I saw Parineeti in the film, not Bindu."

Nihit Bhave of the Times of India said: "It's a delight to watch Parineeti Chopra, especially because she has a lot more to do. Her character has quirks and flaws and lows and highs and she's more realistic. In comparison, Ayushmann's one-note character seems to exist only to deal with the consequences of Bindu's actions. But Khurrana manages to be charming in spite of that. Meri Pyaari Bindu will appeal to the romantic in you, but watching the movie will be a battle between the brain and the heart. Your brain and the movie's heart, that is."

Shubhra Gupta of Indian Express said: "Ayushmann Khurrana, as the steadfast Bubla (lovely touch, that pet name), fares a little better because he is given more to play with. Parineeti Chopra is written minus requisite depth, and stays on the surface. Yes, she is bubbly, and cute, and all the descriptors given above, but that's not enough. Khurrana and Chopra have a connection — they laugh at the same things even after they've left childhood and adolescence behind — but raise too little steam."

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