10:32am, 7th October, 2016


4 mins

Once again Ranbir Kapoor (this time as Ayan) steals the show and choked the hearts of his fans with the trailer of his latest movie, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. While the stunning Aishwarya Rai Bachchan (Saba) left you astonished again with her getup of a bold married woman. The way Anushka Sharma (Alizeh) acts, it memorise us of her initial days in Bollywood with Jab Tak Hai Jaan and much more. It took only a 1-second appearance to Fawad Khan to turn the fire on female viewers. Still to the most of us, teaser as well as trailer remains a mystery. So now, let’s decode that how ‘It is difficult to survive without the heart’?


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The buffering stopped and the screen displayed, “From the director of Kuch Kuch Hota Hai.. Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham.. My Name Is Khan.” and then the magical voice of Arijit Singh gives you goose bumps. Later when you realise that the magic of ‘the trio’ has been ended and your mind has been surrounded by curiosity and confusions, which will surely continue at least till 28th October, then read ahead to understand, all that was left unsaid.

Relation of Ranbir and Anushka:


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Ranbir and Anushka’s chemistry clearly simplifies that you are not going to enjoy any of the romance between them in at least first half hour of the movie. The little shady appearance of Fawad Khan in the teaser was later cleared in the main trailer that he is going to play as ‘lover’ of Anushka. Many extracts of the trailer show that Ranbir and Anushka are in a ‘Live In’ relationship and the very first dialogue of Anushka to Ranbir is, “Love has passion, but friendship has peace!” which explains that they are happy with ‘Just Friends’, but no story ever ends the way it starts because life has nothing crispy in it without complications, right?

Relation between Ranbir and Aishwarya:


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“Mai kisi ki jarurat nahi, khwahish ban na chahti hun!” ( I don’t want to be anyone’s need; I want to be their wish!) And she amazes everyone with the first ‘young’ wink. The sources stated, ‘SRK is going to perform a cameo in ADHM and he will be playing the role of Aishwarya’s husband!’ Husband? Yeah, life in reel never works in favour of anyone. Ranbir is framed in very hot and sensual scenes with Aishwarya, which shockingly portray their love angle. According to some hot discussions in Bollywood world, Aishwarya will be older than Ranbir in ADHM. So Karan Johar is again ready to amaze you with being himself; a trend setter.


Some rumors sounded like SRK i.e. the husband of Aishwarya in the movie has died and she is a ‘lonely’ widow, but their smartness to create the suspense failed when in a scene Ranbir is saying, “kya aasan hai aisi mohhabbat karna…?”, (is it easy to do such a love..?) to someone, and that someone is the SRK, so he is not dead for sure.


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That simplifies that Aishwarya is having an ‘Extra Marital’ affair with Ranbir.
Some pieces of trailer depict that there will be an interesting story of Anushka’s past in which Fawad Khan will be having a pivotal role, about which Ranbir will come to know later, hence creating chaos.


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There is a scene where Ranbir and Aishwarya are sitting together in arms, opposite to the chair of Anushka. Later in the frame, Anushka quotes Aishwarya, “Mujse Pehli si mohabbat..” (Remember the first love?) And suddenly Ranbir completes in a strange manner and says, “Mere mehbob na mang!” (Don’t ask me for that!). This scene holds a crucial and unsaid importance as the voice and the deep but lonely eyes of Ranbir loudly dictates his unspoken love for Anushka while sitting in arms of Aishwarya.


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Amid all controversies, this piece with best music album line-up of last segment of 2016 and the never seen golden trio of Ranbir, Aishwarya and Anushka and has writer-director with perfect experience to deliver you ‘the Bollywood’ Karan Johar, this amazing cocktail of love, friendship, hate, secrets, regrets and so much more awaits you in the nearest multiplex from 28th October.

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