29th March is a given to book the ticket for me to witness it on the big screen.
Despite being a love story, the narrative seems good. Considering the hero-heroine don't meet at all in a love story though made way too many times still saves it's intrigue.
The Bhumbro track was in sync & the cinematography was near perfect.
The reason to watch it will be for it's subtle restrained narrative. The over the top narrative would've never suited it. So you say slow, for the world of Firdaus & Kabir, this just builds on. Atleast I hope this to not be a tedious watch like Kedarnath.
Since I mentioned over the top which Hero & Loveyatri were (not loud, but really exaggerated sequences), Notebook seemed far better from the trailer & more like a painting. Provided, Nitin Kakkar has given it his best without compromising to typical Bollywood requirements.