Dilwale

Review: Dilwale

Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime
Duration: 151 minutes
Language: Hindi
India Release Date: 18-DEC-2015

Plot:
A couple in love try to overcome the violent conflict between their respective families.

Overall Review:
One would expect an entertainment from the combo: SRK and Rohit Shetty especially after the success of Chennai Express. However, Dilwale is complete letdown. Losely inspired from hollywood film: The Best of Me, this bollywood has nothing to offer. Lose screenplay, writing and execution are the key devils of this movie. The only brownie points for this movie – Kajol: Simply Gorgeous and the Beautiful Locations (including the artwork of the sets erected) & few bone tickling jokes (from Sanjay Mishra). All said and done, Rohit shetty has failed to bring real Dilwale – Raj and Simran.

Performance & Technical Review:
Except for exotic locations for songs (specially Gerua) and getting Kajol on screen, every other technical department defaults. Poor execution, lose script and loud music weakens the film.

PDF Verdict:
Give this Dilwale a SKIP and watch MARATHA WARRIOR LOVE STORY – The REAL DILWALE.

Ratings: 2 on 5
Performance: 2 on 5
Script: 2 on 5
Screenplay: 2 on 5
Music: 2 on 5

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