Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl

“Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl” is an interesting movie. Its not a boring cinema. But its definitely not a superb movie. Its just an average one time watch. The plot is familiar, treatment is different. But the different treatment wasnt enough to convince the audience completely.

Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl is a story of a con man. He steals money from Girls after making them fall in love with him or after impressing them. The film is about some of these girls trying to con this con man to get back their money. One good thing about LVRB is that it never looses its style, even in emotional scenes.

Performance wise Ranveer has done an impressive job. The attitude of a conman was seen on his face through out the movie. Improvement in his dance skills, cool body etc makes his role neat and impressive. Anushka is again in a role that is highly energetic. She plays the role of Ishika and in my view she reminds us Shruthi Kakkad of B-B-B. Her Bikini scene made a few whistles among the audience. New comer Parineeti Chopra gives us a lot of scenes to laugh with her role as Dimple. Dipannita Sharma & Aditi Sharma also did their roles quite neatly.

In the off screen side, Maneesh Sharma’s direction is good, but the lack of freshness in the screenplay, especially in the second half makes the movie predictable. I thought they would go for a Dhoom 2 style climax. But luckily that didnt happened. Habib Faisal’s dialogs are cool. The dosage of emotions in the dialogs are as per demand. The script never goes over dramatic or pure nonsense. Cinematography is impressive especially in the songs. Songs has that Salim-Sulaiman touch. Cant say tracks are really different from their previous works. BGM is good.

“Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl” is a movie that has an impressive plot but fails because of its predictability and a non thrilling climax.
My rating for director Maneesh Sharma’s Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl is 2.5/5. Its just an average movie.

Final Thoughts

Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl is a movie that has an impressive plot but fails because of its predictability and a non thrilling climax.


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Categorized as Hindi, Review

By Aswin Bharadwaj

Founder and editor of Lensmen Reviews.

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