Director : Sooraj Barjatya
Casts : Salman Khan, Sonam Kapoor, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Swara Bhaskar and so many supporting casts
Rating : 8/10
Music Director : Himesh
After a long wait, I finally have the chance to meet this royal family. With great songs of 90's and incredible cinematography, I must say the team already done a great job. It is a simple storyline like any other Rajshree's masterpiece yet this simplicity glued you till the end. And yes, I'm fascinated with Sonam's beauty and of course her wardrobe. Ughhhh give me your wardrobe please!!!
It such a pleasure to watch a great simple movie with lots of Indian culture and traditional outfit and what makes me amazed is where they're playing football in kurta and lehenga! How cool is that?
I love Prem Dilwala & Kanhaiya scenes where I laughed and at the same time adore Prem's cuteness with Bapu. Like he's soooooo damn cute!!! 50 years old and still can pull out that cute side onscreen, AWWWWWW
Romance in 90's style, in Rajshree's style I must say. I still remember how affected I am with Sonali Bendre's role in Hum Saath Saath Hain and Sonam did the same justice and give the same vibe in PRDP. She's totally nailed it! I mean, we all know Sonam is loud and hyper person. She laugh like crazy and all but in PRDP, being a Rajshree's heroin & a Rajkumari, she's a polite and decent girl. I mean say whattttt! She totally deserves all the compliment and the award!
I love everything in this movie except Sooraj like in his previous movies also always use ropes. I mean whyyyyyyyy. You ruined such a perfect movie. I hate the action and football scene. Why Salman have to fly so high just to kick a ball when we all know how capable he is to score a goal. But anyway, it's a great family movie to be added in your collection. Hope Sooraj will making another family movies in future. Congrats PRDP for all the awards and worldwide collection. 2nd grosser after Bajrangi Bhaijaan. Woot woot!!!