Dilwale

Director: Rohit Shetty
Actors: Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol, Varun Dhawan, Kriti Sanon

Rating: 1.5 / 5

As soon as the movie starts you’ll encounter a typical Rohit Shetty movie setup. The Same sound scheme, presentation and nature of the cinematography. Time and again you’ll notice the regular old cars bashing. Name any Rohit Shetty film and I’ll have the similarities. Keeping aside this, there was no story on display. Rather I’ll say there was definitely some story, but a real bad one. It looks like a saas-bahu TV saga without any good moments. You’ll find yourself waiting for the interval. Soon after, the struggle to sit through the movie will start.

Shahrukh Khan doesn’t continue to irritate in this flick. Bearable but nothing special as expected. I’ll still stay biased with Kajol. She should’ve chosen a better movie. Varun Dhawan gave all the laughs which can be counted on fingers. Kriti Sanon remains an unstirred sugar, as there’s no reason doubting her potential.

Rohit Shetty has delivered this one without any efforts. Seems like it’s time to reap some money effortlessly.

Music was average but it had all the interfering timings in the world.

Overall, a tasteless poor story that was created to reap some easy money.

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