Baar Dekho is a sentimental dramatization by Nitya Mehra. Despite the fact that this is her introduction as a Director in Hindi Film Industry, she was associate chief to movies viz. Life of Pi and The Reluctant Fundamentalist. Baar Dekho emphasizes one of the greatest methods of insight of life, i.e. to figure out how to live in the present. We, individuals, tend to either stick to past or future; it is possible that we got ourselves stuck in the past or we get agonized over the instabilities without bounds. What’s more, in the midst of all these, we overlook an essential thing, i.e. to value the present, not to underestimate our present. We additionally overlook to esteem what we have in our present, be it our connections/family, be it little snapshots of delight, giggling and so forth. What’s more, when we understand that we have left our kin, our bliss long ways behind, we yearn for another chance to fix certain activities of our own of the past. Be that as it may, actually, life does not give one another opportunity to rewind in the past and change the activities and decisions made. At that point, what stays with us is a feeling of disappointment and misfortune. The film likewise showcases that it is so essential to adjust the individual and expert level.
Baar Dekho starts with the birth scenes of Jai and Diya in two distinct mainlands took after by a tune demonstrating the growing up of these two youngsters. They meet at eight and get to be incredible companions from that point. Jai and Diya develop into grownups (Sidharth and Katrina) and their companionship transforms into affection. Diya is vivacious and an awesome craftsman. Jai is a Maths educator, who is especially enthusiastic about Vedic Maths. He has additionally done the examination on Vedic Maths and presented his proposals to Cambridge University. His life is driven by figurines and rationales and he tries to go to Cambridge University for building his profession. Diya, half British, is infatuated with India and family. She adores Jai and needs to settle down with him in India itself. Diya winds up proposing Sidharth. In spite of the fact that Sidharth adored Diya, he is indeterminate about the destiny of their relationship. He is apprehensive imagining that marriage may change their condition. In any case, at least chooses to wed Diya. Ram Kapoor, who papers the part of Diya’s dad, Sarika (Jai’s mom), Taaha Shah Badusha (Tarun, Jai’s sibling) and all others are amped up for Jai and Diya’s marriage. Jai gets himself completely lost in the midst of all arrangements. He takes out his dissatisfactions at Diya. Diya gets disappointed with Jai’s issue.
The film moves further through different occasions. Time clock pushes forward by days, months, years. What happens to Jai and Diya in the progressing course of events and time jump? How do their lives change? What all decisions Jai make in his life and how his decisions affect his association with Diya furthermore with his and her families? Whether Jai gets another opportunity in his life to pick an alternate arrangement of activities than his past one ? Is Jai ready to alter things ? How Jai experience self-realization process?
There is most likely the film depends on an incredible idea and the logic of life, yet it endures in the execution. The film needs energy, brilliance, silliness. The film could have demonstrated the magnificence and additionally complexities of connections in a vastly improved way.
Sidharth as Jai is great, Katrina is chilly in her execution, did not have her energy of New york and Dhoom 3. The science amongst Sidharth and Katrina is not built up appropriately in the film. Sarika’s prosthetics looked terrible in a few scenes. Rajit had a little part yet is great. Ram Kapoor is additionally OK.
Baar Dekho is undoubtedly in light of incredible methods of insight of life, i.e. to live in the present, to appreciate the little snapshots of life, and to have work-life equalization. It likewise reports that one can’t stand to live just on the premise of rationales and estimations, yet feelings and sensitivities must be kept alive. With such a wonderful idea, the film ought not to have vacillated in execution, the narrating could have been more enthusiastic.