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Dilwale Review: Rohit Shetty Weakest Film Till Now

Dilwale Review: Rohit Shetty Weakest Film Till Now

Directed by: Rohit Shetty
Produced by: Gauri Khan
Written by: Yunus Sajawal
Dialogue: Sajid-Farhad
Starring: Kajol, Shah Rukh Khan, Varun Dhawan, Kriti Sanon and others
Music by: Pritam Chakraborty
Cinematography: Dudley
Edited by: Bunty Nagi
Production Companies: Red Chillies Entertainment and Rohit Shetty Productions

Plot:

The plot is about brothers Khali (Sharukh) and Veer (varun) sons of a gangster in Bulgaria. Khali who takes care his father’s business where he falls in love with Meera (Kajol).She was a daughter of opposition and what are the consequences they faced each other in their Love and how it’s affected to Veer and Ishu( Kriti) love is the rest of story.

Plus:

  • Potential pair Sharukh and Kajol on screen presence.
  • Music by Pritham was firm.
  • Cinematography by Dudley was astonishing.
  • Direction by Rohit was spectacular.
  • Confrontation scenes between SRK and Kajol were outstanding.

Minus:

  •  Slow,  Bore and many unnecessary moderate comedy scenes.
  • Story slightly inspired from telugu film’ Indira’ and SRK-Kajol date scene inspired from TV series ‘How I Met Your Mother’ like this many were there.
  • Worst Editing
  • Many loop holes there in the  screenplay.
  • Can’t bare Varun’s Overaction.
  • Exhausted action scenes.

Bottom-Line:
Saw a trailer for this movie  through no fault of my own, and when I got the chance to see it, I did. I got the feeling that this wasn’t the biggest movie in history, and it isn’t either. Now, this movie isn’t super bad, nor is it super good. It’s a little under mediocre. The acting is pretty uninspired in some parts, and lacks energy, but it’s all over OK. SRK-Kajol does an OK job, their charm shines through a little, but not a lot.  The movie has some slight action sprinkled in because it’s Rohit style  actually a teeny bit of violence, but nothing much. It’s like, almost exciting, and the gangster part is alright. All over it’s OK.
I’m not one to talk about plot holes, but there is one here that bothered me a little. All in all the movie takes no chances and is just OK. I was mildly entertained for most of the time.

CB Rating: 2.5/5

Reviewed By: Vinay…..

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