Note another aspect. Two songs from the film have been heavily promoted -- the title track [which has lots of energy] and 'Maari Teetri' [plays to the masses completely] -- which might compel you to buy the ticket. The title track comes when the movie concludes [end credits], while the other number is just not there.
Most importantly, De Taali gets it wrong on the script level. Loosely inspired by a popular TV drama [Dawson's Creek] is okay, but the material lacks the power to keep you hooked. Sure, De Taali has a few engaging and enjoyable moments, but it's akin to an oasis in a desert.