After trying to battle his dreadful past, Sooraj, (Randeep Hooda) goes low profile and does odd jobs to make a living. He stumbles upon Jenny (Kajal Aggarwal), a fun loving person who turns blind after an accident. When Sooraj falls for her, he gets back to the past that he tried to stay away from just to make sure she sees again. If he'll succeed and if the pair end up together forms Do Lafzon Ki Kahani's story line.
Set in Malaysia, a country that Bollywood has often looked over, Do Lafzon Ki Kahani is a tale of love, loss and redemption. Deepak Tijori has given us a clean romance flick that begs to be old school. But the cliche dialogues and obvious ending is what ruins the film that could've been much better.
Randeep does a decent job with his straight face and carries a look which looks apt for his backstory. But what he lacks for in the lifeless emotions, he scores it with his physique. Be it the battered appearance or the tattoos, he looks perfect as a mixed martial artist. Kajal had much scope to score as a visually impaired chirpy girl but she fails to make a mark. But it's rather the script than the fault of hers.
The pace of the film is its biggest villain and only when you expect the film to fasten up, it crawls to an expected finish. The romantic sequences comes out rather awkwardly and apart from the climax scene, the pair's chemistry doesn't favor the film much.
Cinematography by Mohana Krishna has captured the beautiful cities of Malaysia really well. The MMA fight sequences need a special mention. There are a few songs but apart from the hummable Jeena Marna, others don't strike a chord.
Overall, Do Lafzon Ki Kahani has its moments but fails to captivate on it.