Dilwale | Movie Review 18 Dec 2015   682


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Star Cast: Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol, Varun Dhawan, Kriti Sanon
Directed by: Rohit Shetty
Genre: Romance
Duration: 2 hours 35 minutes

Critics Review/Rating

Times Of India (TOI):

Rohit Shetty’s films are big-ticket adventures; a genre unto themselves. Low on content — plot lines borrowed (in this case Hum and Kasme Vaade), incohesive screenplay and lowbrow dialogues (Sajid-Farhad) — the film leans heavily on Shah Rukh…
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Mid-Day:

One thing is clear. If you expect depth or even a hint of novelty in the story, go watch some other movie. If you expect a lot of style and action crammed to the gills with masala, stay right here…
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Hindustan Times (HT):

Gone are the days when local goons bullied Indians in central Europe. We now have our own mafia bosses in that part of the world. If Akshay Kumar cut them to size inside Romania in Singh Is Bliing, Shah Rukh Khan…
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DNA:

The USP of Rohit Shetty films is that they are family dramas with big dollop of drama and action that appeals to children and adults alike. However, Dilwale at it’s crux is a love story…
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Bollywood Hungama:

The pre-Christmas week has finally arrived. The best is always reserved for the last and it has been a tradition to have at least one biggie unfurl in the Christmas week, before the curtains fall on the on-going year…
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NDTV Movies:

Two decades after the duo conjured up unforgettable magic in DDLJ, and five years after they were last seen on the big screen inMy Name is Khan, the Shah Rukh Khan-Kajol pair isn’t exactly dry gunpowder…
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The Indian Express:

I had hopes from ‘Diwale’, essentially because I had enjoyed, for the most part, the previous Shah Rukh Khan-Rohit Shetty combine. ‘Chennai Express’ had a tweaked Rohit Shetty sensibility (we’ll take you to south India, and have characters yak away…
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India Today:

Here we go again. Bollywood’s most prolific filmmaker, Rohit Shetty has had a release eighth year in a row. This one too is set in his favourite destination, Goa. But it’s new Goa because you know there’s a Christ the Redeemer statue…
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Rediff:

We expect insignificant froth from the director, but this particular can of Rohit Shetty has been lying open too long. ‘The contents are not merely un-fizzy but, unforgivably, flat,’ Raja Sen says about Dilwale. You can tell a lot about a filmmaker from the way they use a stolen scene…
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Glamsham:

Cars flying in the air; Indian dons in Bulgaria, now settled in Goa; A king for another local don and a set formula for a story. Plain vanilla with lots of chocolate covering! This in short sums up DILWALE, Rohit Shetty’s latest at the Box Office…
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