Aditya Chopra made DDLJ, the quintessential romance of its time, at the tender age of 24. Being a young man himself, he nailed what it was all about in the '90s – being carefree and "jee le-ing apni zindagi" (but also following sanskar by getting your parents' approval first).
A lot has changed in the two decades since, not least of all the fact that Chopra is not a youth anymore. This fact is painfully obvious when you watch Befikre, a film about what he thinks being a 20-something is about now – being an awful human being, making out 24/7/365, and committing light crimes for timepass. And there's nothing even the enthusiasm of Ranveer Singh (playing protagonist Dharam) and Vaani Kapoor (playing the other protagonist, Shyra) can do to redeem this nonsense.