Haal e dil Hindi Movie

Feature Film | 2008
Haal-e-Dil is a bad movie. Almost every department of film making gone wrong. Dont ever dare watch it!
Jun 21, 2008 By Ashok Nayak

Haal-e-Dil directed by Anil Devgan marks the debut of a few newcomers. Amita Pathak, Nakuul Mehta, Adhyayan Suman make their Bollywood Debut. The movie also has Kajol and Ajay Devgan in special appearances.

Haal-e-Dil is about the same neurotic madness that one suffers from when stuck in the maze called love. It's a young love story of people who'd go any lengths to loose themselves as smoke loses itself to the sky. They'd go any lengths to fuse that they'd not know where one ended and another began.

It's the story of Sanjana for whom love is chaste and sacred. For her love is not part of life but life itself. It's the story of Shekhar who keeps tripping for every second girl and loves to be in the perennial state of love not realizing that soon he is going to meet a girl who'll change his existence. It's the story of Rohit who would fall so deep in love that resurfacing would be not possible and he will stop at no barrier and boundary from achieving the love of his life.

Sanjana suddenly discovers herself in the crossroad of life where she has to choose between her perfect love and a perfect stranger. What will you do when you find yourself falling for a man who is completely wrong for you and what if you are already in love with someone else?

Haal-e-Dil is about ordinary people about to do extraordinary deeds in the name of love.

Add one more to the list of "badly directed films" by the director of movies like Blackmail, Raju Chacha and Jaan, all super duper disasters. Anil Devgan yet again fails as a director with Haal-e-Dil. The movie is poorly directed, drags endlessly, tests your patience and is one of the worst movies made in recent times. The only saving grace is the locales the movie has been shot in, its beautiful. The movie also has a few similarities to Aditya Chopra's Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, a few scenes have been flicked. The dialogues sound funny although they arent meant to. The music is average.

Adhyayan Suman, son of Shekar Suman is talented but needed a much better film as his launch pad, wonder how his father approved the Haal-e-Dil script. Nakul Mehta is good, again deserved a better launch. Amita Pathak looks old, acts reasonably well. Tanuja is wasted.

Overall, Haal-e-Dil is a bad movie. Almost every department of film making gone wrong. Dont ever dare watch it!

Ashok Nayak