Review: Prem Ratan Dhan payo movie

Cast: Salman Khan, Sonam Kapoor, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Swara Bhaskar, Anupam
Kher, Armaan Kohli, Deepak Dobriyal.
Director: Sooraj Barjatya.
Genre: Family.
Duration: 2 hours 54 minutes.
Rating: 3.
Prem is back with his royalty, dramatic and charmer character with Sooraj
Barjatya in Prem Ratan Dhan Bhayo movie. We can say that the purani Jodi is
merged again to hit the blockbuster. The name Prem in Barjatya’s movie is
enough to make people mad.
Salman Khan starring movie will give full pleasure of family watching movie
together. Prem Ratan Dhan Payo packs Salman’s royal journey from being good to
great. He plays double role in this one and uses his simplistic approach to reunite
dissipated family of a royal king.
However some of the scenes will leave you speechless, such as a feudal football
match, giggling flood relief, dancing halwais, action atop a plyboard mahal –
could’ve been trimmed. But the film captures the gold-rimmed goggles and
mothballed notions of a mofussil maharaja. And alongside tradition, it presents
modernity too, in a princess who chooses her own prince and an aam aadmi more
regal than royalty (whose feather redefines Mughal-e-Azam’s love scene).

Prem Ratan Dhan Payo sees Salman Khan in a double role, as Vijay, the prince
who wants to see his family together, and Prem, the stranger who helps him
resolve the issues. Sonam Kapoor plays Maithili, a princess.
Prem Dilwala (Salman Khan) makes a living narrating the Ramleela in Ayodhya. His
troupe consists of Kanhaiya (Deepak Dobriyal), who plays Sita in the Ramleela.
Prem is in awe of Rajkumari Maithili (Sonam Kapoor), who runs the Uphaar
Foundation, an NGO which helps calamity-affected people. Prem donates all his
earnings from the show to this foundation, and expresses his desire to meet

Maithili. When he is told that she is to travel to Pritampur for the coronation of
Prince Vijay Singh (Salman, again), Maithili’s fiance, Prem decides to go and hand
over his donations to Uphaar to the lady.
Meanwhile, in Pritampur, Vijay lives with his loyal Diwan Sa’ab (Anupam Kher)
and half-brother Ajay (Neil Nitin Mukesh). His half-sisters Chandrika (Swara
Bhaskar) and Radhika (Aashika Bhatia) haven’t spoken to him in years. There’s an
attack on Vijay’s life, and the prince is left incapacitated. What ensues is a case of
mistaken identities, family battles and so on.
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