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The Enigma Called Tabu! Strong roles, stellar acting and killer performances make Tabu unmissable, always

Tabu’s craft transcends the film’s script and works immensely well in both masala and off-beat films

No viewer will fall off his or her chair while watching Akiv Ali’s directorial De De Pyaar De (DDPD), a comedy see-sawing between fun and vapidity, mainly revolving around age gap in a romantic relationship.

DDPD has Ajay Devgn, playing a 50-year-old man based in London. Strangely referred to as ‘buddha’ (oldie), the middle-aged man falls in love with a girl half his age (Rakul Preet Singh) who sashays into his life during a bachelor party in London.

Devgn is reasonably understated in the film, while Singh isn’t bad as the cheerful youngster who gets attracted to a much older married man — without knowing that he hasn’t divorced his wife for the most part of

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