Rating: M Offensive language & sexual references
This is a film that pretends to be brave.
Tabu is the only breath of fresh air here; she is unaffected and natural as can be. It is only when she is on screen that the film is infused with life.
DDPD is a fun ride that reinstates the fact that when it comes to love, age is just a number.
DDPD may not make you wiser in love, but it's a clear indication that loving or losing someone is one gloriously complicated and messy affair. So, take a plunge with DDPD that doesn't scar you in any way.
The next time you see Ajay Devgn making eyes as a woman far younger than him, you have every right to be sceptical.
You wish the film had been braver in its intention of creating a really cracking rom-com, instead of playing its clichés for a laugh.