Say Yes To Love? Of course, always, but never Say Yes to To Love. If you do then you are in for wastage of money, time and everything else.
Say Yes To Love is the story of Vijay played by the young and good looking Aasad Mirza who tries to go a bit the young Shahid Kapoor way and a bit SRK way. So, Vijay is a little against the idea of Love, he does not have any girl or lady around him because he has a tragic and horrifying past of child abuse and molestation. Sure, that aspect is new but the boy does not manage to act like a character who has had such an unwanted past. Kudos to his dad (Aditya Raj Kapoor) who signs up a bar dancer, Sara Jones essayed by Nazia Hussain to bring his son out of the jinx he is in. So, there we have a beautiful and well toned Sara Jone trying to woo an unwilling and disillusioned Vijay in the swimming pool, in the woods, on mountains and everywhere possible including between the sheets and eventually she ends up wooing the guy to an extent that he sheds all his inhibitions and premonitions. Is it so simple to forget the entire past trauma and history?
The Director, Marukh Mirza Beig Says Yes and you would also have to if you go to watch Say Yes to To Love. There is nothing that impresses you in the movie barring the cinematography (Deepak Duggal) and Nazia Hussain who looks attractive at times and manages to shake a leg at times.
Say Yes to To Love is a movie that would lead the audience to Say No to Mega Trends Advertising Ltd, the company that put in their money in the movie. A combination of Sonu Nigam, Shaan, Sunidhi Chauhan and Jatin Pandit lending their voices cannot even justify a quarter of the ticket price, let aside spending more than 2 hours on this so called Romantic movie which is not mainstream, not art house, not romance, not realism, actually I do not have a genre to classify it. How about a ‘don’t bother’ genre?