Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, PRDP is an Indian-family drama movie casting Salman Khan, Sonam Kapoor, Neil Nitin Mukesh and Anupam Kher, directed by Sooraj Barjatya and produced under Rajishri banner. Salman khan is playing is world famous iconic character as Prem and Sonam Kapoor as Maithili Devi. We give Prem Ratan Dhan Payo review. The film also fares humongous on day one box office collections.
Prem Ratan Dhan Payo Review
Set and Story
The set of the movie is something like a perfect fairy-tale venture with Salman Khan’s amazing comedy combined with emotions. Character of Prem perfectly fits with him and he never leaves any place to be criticised on. Sooraj never tries to change his image as he always produce the movies full of emotions and family. No doubt they are always a hit but still people expects a little change which definitely is missing somewhere. On the other hand Sonam Kapoor again fails to prove her acting skills not even with the help of Salman Khan who is known for making Bollywood actresses successful.
The story is about a Dilwala Prem who went to Devgarh to meet Princess Maithili (Sonam Kapoor), and enters the fort with emotional drama. What happens next and how he manages his stay at the fort is all what movie is about. Salman Khan never fails to surprise his fans like recently he gave a blockbuster hit and people were hoping for another blockbuster this Diwali but unfortunately, it’s not 2006, and people’s expectations from directors are changed to great extent. They don’t get impressed with beautiful set of the fort, and lots of songs and dance only. They want something new and different to watch which appeals their minds.
Prem ratan Dhan payo receives many critics and 2 or 3 out 5 in reviews. But still Salman Khan’s fans don’t want to miss out the movie.
If you want a relieve like people use to have when Hum apke hain kon or maine piyar kiya was released then it really can be your pick. And it will appeal your heart if you really like a family, value and tradition lover person.
Happy Diwali and Happy watching.